The signs of the huge problems
#11
Will Mawson stay next season?  He's exactly the type of player we need when fit if looking for a swift return to the PL.
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#12
(21-04-2019, 10:19 AM)Peabody Raver Wrote: Kala's could not make the starting line up in the Championship, what makes anyone believe he could cut it in the EPL?

I think there was a bit of a falling out between Joka and Kalas; that's why he lost his place. Kalas got sent off against Reading the following season, I think it was within 30 seconds, this was because of the handball against Reading in the play-offs.
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#13
There was just too much going on at once during jokas reign:

- new centre backs trying to play his split defence which takes time to master ( Ream also took a year before becoming very good at it at championship level ).
- new midfielders not used to the speed of the press in this division hence making errors and wayward passes putting undue pressure on the defence
- left backs and right backs still adjusting to the division and getting forward too much without adequate cover. ( only really top 6 have wingers and fullbacks attacking together and even then they’re careful to pick their moments ).
- lack of premier league experience

The recruitment team also unfortunately quickly gained a reputation as people you could add ten million or twenty million to a player value they’d pay it so all the talk of 100 million spent in the transfer window probably became a distraction and also meant we were no chance of getting target and possibly a few others.

Ironically we’ve given certain players the experience they need to go on to be good premier league players ( elsewhere ).

The Brighton away result was the killer, 2-0 away, accomplished goals and dominating a rival at their club, keep a clean sheet there and we would’ve got the confidence boost to be fine and develop as a team but two league 3 standard errors and never winning away again for 6 months tells a story ...
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#14
(22-04-2019, 01:08 AM)woody Wrote: There was just too much going on at once during jokas reign:

-  new centre backs  trying to play his split defence which takes time to master ( Ream also took a year before becoming very good at it at championship level ).
- new midfielders not used to the speed of the press in this division hence making errors and wayward passes putting undue pressure on the defence
- left backs and right backs still adjusting to the division and getting forward too much without adequate cover.  ( only really top 6 have wingers and fullbacks attacking together and even then they’re careful to pick their moments ).
- lack of premier league experience

The recruitment team also unfortunately quickly gained a reputation as people you could add ten million or twenty million  to a player value they’d pay it so all the talk of 100 million spent in the transfer window probably became a distraction and also meant we were no chance of getting target and possibly a few others.

Ironically we’ve given certain players the experience they need to go on to be good premier league players ( elsewhere ).

The Brighton away result was the killer, 2-0 away, accomplished goals and dominating a rival at their club, keep a clean sheet there and we would’ve got the confidence boost to be fine and develop as a team but two league 3 standard errors and never winning away again for 6 months tells a story ...

All things a decent manager would have been able to cope with.  Getting new players to fit in with your tactics and management style is down to the manager and should not take long.
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#15
(22-04-2019, 06:41 AM)the time is now Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 01:08 AM)woody Wrote: There was just too much going on at once during jokas reign:

-  new centre backs  trying to play his split defence which takes time to master ( Ream also took a year before becoming very good at it at championship level ).
- new midfielders not used to the speed of the press in this division hence making errors and wayward passes putting undue pressure on the defence
- left backs and right backs still adjusting to the division and getting forward too much without adequate cover.  ( only really top 6 have wingers and fullbacks attacking together and even then they’re careful to pick their moments ).
- lack of premier league experience

The recruitment team also unfortunately quickly gained a reputation as people you could add ten million or twenty million  to a player value they’d pay it so all the talk of 100 million spent in the transfer window probably became a distraction and also meant we were no chance of getting target and possibly a few others.

Ironically we’ve given certain players the experience they need to go on to be good premier league players ( elsewhere ).

The Brighton away result was the killer, 2-0 away, accomplished goals and dominating a rival at their club, keep a clean sheet there and we would’ve got the confidence boost to be fine and develop as a team but two league 3 standard errors and never winning away again for 6 months tells a story ...

All things a decent manager would have been able to cope with.  Getting new players to fit in with your tactics and management style is down to the manager and should not take long.

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#16
(22-04-2019, 06:41 AM)the time is now Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 01:08 AM)woody Wrote: There was just too much going on at once during jokas reign:

-  new centre backs  trying to play his split defence which takes time to master ( Ream also took a year before becoming very good at it at championship level ).
- new midfielders not used to the speed of the press in this division hence making errors and wayward passes putting undue pressure on the defence
- left backs and right backs still adjusting to the division and getting forward too much without adequate cover.  ( only really top 6 have wingers and fullbacks attacking together and even then they’re careful to pick their moments ).
- lack of premier league experience

The recruitment team also unfortunately quickly gained a reputation as people you could add ten million or twenty million  to a player value they’d pay it so all the talk of 100 million spent in the transfer window probably became a distraction and also meant we were no chance of getting target and possibly a few others.

Ironically we’ve given certain players the experience they need to go on to be good premier league players ( elsewhere ).

The Brighton away result was the killer, 2-0 away, accomplished goals and dominating a rival at their club, keep a clean sheet there and we would’ve got the confidence boost to be fine and develop as a team but two league 3 standard errors and never winning away again for 6 months tells a story ...

All things a decent manager would have been able to cope with.  Getting new players to fit in with your tactics and management style is down to the manager and should not take long.

Sorry, but there was way too much going on. You've got your first match on the Saturday, you've just recruited your most expensive player on the Thursday; they left it 'ridiculously' too late to have a decent pre-season. They were even recruiting after the season started; in key positions, like defence.
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#17
(22-04-2019, 08:39 AM)rebel Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 06:41 AM)the time is now Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 01:08 AM)woody Wrote: There was just too much going on at once during jokas reign:

-  new centre backs  trying to play his split defence which takes time to master ( Ream also took a year before becoming very good at it at championship level ).
- new midfielders not used to the speed of the press in this division hence making errors and wayward passes putting undue pressure on the defence
- left backs and right backs still adjusting to the division and getting forward too much without adequate cover.  ( only really top 6 have wingers and fullbacks attacking together and even then they’re careful to pick their moments ).
- lack of premier league experience

The recruitment team also unfortunately quickly gained a reputation as people you could add ten million or twenty million  to a player value they’d pay it so all the talk of 100 million spent in the transfer window probably became a distraction and also meant we were no chance of getting target and possibly a few others.

Ironically we’ve given certain players the experience they need to go on to be good premier league players ( elsewhere ).

The Brighton away result was the killer, 2-0 away, accomplished goals and dominating a rival at their club, keep a clean sheet there and we would’ve got the confidence boost to be fine and develop as a team but two league 3 standard errors and never winning away again for 6 months tells a story ...

All things a decent manager would have been able to cope with.  Getting new players to fit in with your tactics and management style is down to the manager and should not take long.

Sorry, but there was way too much going on. You've got your first match on the Saturday, you've just recruited your most expensive player on the Thursday; they left it 'ridiculously' too late to have a decent pre-season. They were even recruiting after the season started; in key positions, like defence.

fucking Right.
"there is not a lot of difference between doing well and doing bad" (M Jol, 29-Nov-2013)
"sometimes great trees grow from small seeds" (Kit Symons 18 April 2015)
“Claudio is risk-free and ready-made for the Premier League.” (S Khan 14 Nov 2018)
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#18
(22-04-2019, 09:13 AM)Whiteforester Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 08:39 AM)rebel Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 06:41 AM)the time is now Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 01:08 AM)woody Wrote: There was just too much going on at once during jokas reign:

-  new centre backs  trying to play his split defence which takes time to master ( Ream also took a year before becoming very good at it at championship level ).
- new midfielders not used to the speed of the press in this division hence making errors and wayward passes putting undue pressure on the defence
- left backs and right backs still adjusting to the division and getting forward too much without adequate cover.  ( only really top 6 have wingers and fullbacks attacking together and even then they’re careful to pick their moments ).
- lack of premier league experience

The recruitment team also unfortunately quickly gained a reputation as people you could add ten million or twenty million  to a player value they’d pay it so all the talk of 100 million spent in the transfer window probably became a distraction and also meant we were no chance of getting target and possibly a few others.

Ironically we’ve given certain players the experience they need to go on to be good premier league players ( elsewhere ).

The Brighton away result was the killer, 2-0 away, accomplished goals and dominating a rival at their club, keep a clean sheet there and we would’ve got the confidence boost to be fine and develop as a team but two league 3 standard errors and never winning away again for 6 months tells a story ...

All things a decent manager would have been able to cope with.  Getting new players to fit in with your tactics and management style is down to the manager and should not take long.

Sorry, but there was way too much going on. You've got your first match on the Saturday, you've just recruited your most expensive player on the Thursday; they left it 'ridiculously' too late to have a decent pre-season. They were even recruiting after the season started; in key positions, like defence.

fucking Right.
Fine but half a dozen games to get it right, not half a season.  Hitler did some good things I am sure, but that does not make him any less a shithead and mass murderer.
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#19
(22-04-2019, 04:49 PM)Mr B P Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 09:13 AM)Whiteforester Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 08:39 AM)rebel Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 06:41 AM)the time is now Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 01:08 AM)woody Wrote: There was just too much going on at once during jokas reign:

-  new centre backs  trying to play his split defence which takes time to master ( Ream also took a year before becoming very good at it at championship level ).
- new midfielders not used to the speed of the press in this division hence making errors and wayward passes putting undue pressure on the defence
- left backs and right backs still adjusting to the division and getting forward too much without adequate cover.  ( only really top 6 have wingers and fullbacks attacking together and even then they’re careful to pick their moments ).
- lack of premier league experience

The recruitment team also unfortunately quickly gained a reputation as people you could add ten million or twenty million  to a player value they’d pay it so all the talk of 100 million spent in the transfer window probably became a distraction and also meant we were no chance of getting target and possibly a few others.

Ironically we’ve given certain players the experience they need to go on to be good premier league players ( elsewhere ).

The Brighton away result was the killer, 2-0 away, accomplished goals and dominating a rival at their club, keep a clean sheet there and we would’ve got the confidence boost to be fine and develop as a team but two league 3 standard errors and never winning away again for 6 months tells a story ...

All things a decent manager would have been able to cope with.  Getting new players to fit in with your tactics and management style is down to the manager and should not take long.

Sorry, but there was way too much going on. You've got your first match on the Saturday, you've just recruited your most expensive player on the Thursday; they left it 'ridiculously' too late to have a decent pre-season. They were even recruiting after the season started; in key positions, like defence.

fucking Right.
Fine but half a dozen games to get it right, not half a season.  Hitler did some good things I am sure, but that does not make him any less a shithead and mass murderer.

If he had a proper pre-season, then he wouldn't have had to use Prem games to do stuff that should have been done pre-season. It if very obvious what he was trying to do. 

As for Hitler; as soon as you need to use him as any sort of  example, you lose the debate. You really need to give up the Readers Digest.  Big Grin
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#20
(22-04-2019, 04:49 PM)Mr B P Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 09:13 AM)Whiteforester Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 08:39 AM)rebel Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 06:41 AM)the time is now Wrote:
(22-04-2019, 01:08 AM)woody Wrote: There was just too much going on at once during jokas reign:

-  new centre backs  trying to play his split defence which takes time to master ( Ream also took a year before becoming very good at it at championship level ).
- new midfielders not used to the speed of the press in this division hence making errors and wayward passes putting undue pressure on the defence
- left backs and right backs still adjusting to the division and getting forward too much without adequate cover.  ( only really top 6 have wingers and fullbacks attacking together and even then they’re careful to pick their moments ).
- lack of premier league experience

The recruitment team also unfortunately quickly gained a reputation as people you could add ten million or twenty million  to a player value they’d pay it so all the talk of 100 million spent in the transfer window probably became a distraction and also meant we were no chance of getting target and possibly a few others.

Ironically we’ve given certain players the experience they need to go on to be good premier league players ( elsewhere ).

The Brighton away result was the killer, 2-0 away, accomplished goals and dominating a rival at their club, keep a clean sheet there and we would’ve got the confidence boost to be fine and develop as a team but two league 3 standard errors and never winning away again for 6 months tells a story ...

All things a decent manager would have been able to cope with.  Getting new players to fit in with your tactics and management style is down to the manager and should not take long.

Sorry, but there was way too much going on. You've got your first match on the Saturday, you've just recruited your most expensive player on the Thursday; they left it 'ridiculously' too late to have a decent pre-season. They were even recruiting after the season started; in key positions, like defence.

fucking Right.
Fine but half a dozen games to get it right, not half a season.  Hitler did some good things I am sure, but that does not make him any less a shithead and mass murderer.

Half a dozen games but in addition to a season of observation
"there is not a lot of difference between doing well and doing bad" (M Jol, 29-Nov-2013)
"sometimes great trees grow from small seeds" (Kit Symons 18 April 2015)
“Claudio is risk-free and ready-made for the Premier League.” (S Khan 14 Nov 2018)
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