That second half v Sheff Utd set the bar at new heights of expectation. We, the fans, have known the players have performances like that in them. Part of our frustration has been that the players have not been showing us or their manager what they can truly achieve. Now the management know what...
Glad lessons have been learnt from the last couple of years, but lets not fall into the trap of offering new contracts to existing players if they are no longer good enough, even if their contracts are running down. Let them go.
Thanks for this. I appreciate the reasons why the striking drill is necessary.........I just wish we demanded accuracy with it. My points about it still valid. It doesn't really matter if the quads are red hot if the accuracy is missing.
Warm up v Birmingham was different.
For years before matches we have had a trainer/coach laying off ball for forwards/midfield to strike towards the keeper with varying degrees of success. A few would be saved. A few would score many would miss and loads ended up in the AKTE.
What good did that...
I believe that referees are now becoming too dependant on VAR. Officials are completely unable to make decisions that can affect games without it.
They are hooked. They are seemingly addicted to power but need the crutch of VAR to operate.