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  1. The league table simply tells you where your results have placed you in the pecking order at whatever stage of the season. There's nothing mysterious about that. That's what the " league doesn't lie" means. I mean, come on it ain't rocket science... People "in the game" understand that it's the results that shape the season but to achieve consistent results takes a miriad of other factors to achieve. Like the training facilities, the quality of the coaching. The harmony within the squad and even down to the tea lady and what biscuits the club provides...... Ive never been a professional footballer but I don't have to "in the game" to realise how just how many elements go into any football club.
  2. That's exactly why he didn't get the job.
  3. Several players who played for Clough said that he very rarely talked about tactics and even less about formations.
  4. Bloody hell Jack, that's a bit of a ramble...........
  5. You don't need to be a dream interpreter to work out that that type of dream reflects his personal insecurities. It's a common enough dream.
  6. At work we had whole day lectures about "dream analysis" often ran by some aging hippie or retired social worker wearing sandals. Every single one I went to, about half a dozen or so were complete and utter bollocks. One guy told a story regarding a high flying and successful woman who had a recurring dream and had sought his interpretation. She was driving very fast along a straight road with fields either side full of sheep. A road she knew well but suddenly a roundabout appeared and she couldn't stop in time and ended up on top of the mound in the middle of the roundabout sat in her car with all the sheep eating her. Any suggestions as to how he so say interpretated that? My pal said as we were heading out that he thought the bloke had make the whole thing up......
  7. He's actually the opposite to that. He's a bright guy and so is Junior but they both tend to over complicate what is a simple game.
  8. It was City's pressing that impressed me and it made a huge difference. Against Flum there was no pressing at all so it came as a surprise to me to see City employ the tactic on Friday. Lets not forget that Junior is still very young and inexperienced for a managerial position in football and he will make tactical and formation errors for those reasons but he definitely got it right against Huddersfield. Lets hope we see the same level of performance at Griffin Park next week.
  9. I think you missed the point I was making, you know about taking players on......
  10. I'll do the jokes Russ........
  11. Yep! I'll have to go by bus.
  12. I must have been there but can't remember a single event from that game......... Must be an age thing...
  13. Saw the title of this thread and immediately thought of Wolves........ I don't know how many times I've City play them both at AG and Molinuex but struggle to remember beating them. Kelly and Steve Bull..............
  14. I quite like Englands women team. They're pretty good I think and I'll watch it on Tv. If there was a live competitive England international at AG I'd go along and watch it. The goalkeeping always makes me wince though........
  15. Tomlin on Talk Sport!? I bet he had some insightful stuff to say........