- 18 Mar 2009
- Reaction score
- KT16 &TW4
Fair point and agree about getting Ivan into scoring positions. We have looked predictable going forwards. As good as Canos has been this season, I still think we need another option to play on the right and give us an attacking outlet.4-4-2 is unlikely to be the answer as we've left ourselves short of an out and out right back, something we badly need to address. But there are other creative systems we could use, firstly a system that allows Ivan to get into the box more often would be a good start. I'm not convinced the long ball to Ivan with a runner off him is as effective as it was earlier in the season, teams have worked it out.
I'd like to see us return to Ivan through the middle in a front three for certain games.
It can be failure to put enough emphasis on stretching the hamstring in training. Maybe overtraining too. It does seem that we have had a disproportionate number of these but l may be wrong. It shouldn't be the case with modern training methods but who knows?Can you reference the data on this. Hamstrings are probably one of the most common injuries for football players.
And what is the preventative cure?
I don't think they got out of first TBH with you!As bad a first half as we’ve played all season.
We’ve huffed and puffed in the second half, unlucky not to score and had a more than questionable penalty shout, but Brighton have been in second gear knowing they’d done enough already.
The DoFs wanted a right back but just couldn’t get one over the line. Ajer is seen as a decent back up if we go to a back 4 but he’s been out. Roserlov has done okay but he’s also out….They sure are. Having a differing opinion doesn’t make one an idiot.
7 other “idiots” currently agree with me.