2 touches, move through the thirds, changes of pace.
It's not about having more than one "up front." It's the slow, ponderous tempo that is our issue at home. Plenty of teams are successful with one main striker but I don't think any of them move the ball anywhere near as slowly as we do at home.anyone who will play more than one up front especially at home and even more so against 10 fuckin men
He is not an attacking full back. He is there to defend and does that well. He cannot run down the flank and get a cross in consistently. Not bad on a set piece every so often. Never fault his effort but he shouldn't be first choice. Why isn't Earl playing?