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  1. Defensively we’ve not been right since Sheffield Utd away last season. Up to that game we had a reasonable defensive record. Not sure whether we swapped tactics during that international break but something changed.
  2. Middlesbrough were solid done middle but were stretched out wide. Hull brought on 2 wide players to exploit the width and create space in the middle, endless overlaps and dragging there midfield everywhere. This created space and tired out there team, they cut inside all the time got into the box and dragged balls across the goal. All we did is give it Eliasson let him swing in a cross and hope we got a lucky bounce. Not once i can think we of we played through them and created space to drag them out.
  3. They changed there formation got the ball out wide and attacked the opposition. We only had Eliasson out wide apart from that we tried to go through the middle. Orders tactics from the sideline need to be different not just sitting there for a point. Forest had 10 men for 35 mins and we had 5 shots at goal of which none were on target. You are never going to score if you don’t shoot, also our manager needs to attack teams. We attacked Charlton when we had 10 men but played safe with 11 men Saturday.
  4. Why is it we can play WBA away Huddersfield home Wednesday Saturday. Couldn’t play Charlton Wigan home over the same days for players needed recovery time.
  5. If the same people get the tickets every game how are you going to attract fans to follow away. Does this mean thaf it becomes a closed shop and certain people can go. I live in Manchester and go to more away games than home, will this mean I can’t go to away games for I’m not a loyal supporter. Who/how will they decide how many tickets are for ‘loyal’ fans’.
  6. Thought commentator said great season for Bristol City, but may well be Leicester City for the 15 plays for Leicester.
  7. From away end go round ground and find the canal. This takes you straight to centre about 20 mins to station.
  8. Thought they were very very good at Wembley this year, the 2 from Crowded house fitted in very well. £90 per ticket I paid but we were top tier, lower you went dearer the tickets.
  9. Watched the interview, who is Jens that he shares lifts with.
  10. I agree, the laws have been tweaked here and there so much now I honestly think the officials on pitch and in VAR don’t know what they are. Perfect example Sheff Utd goal offside for toe was in front. Fair enough but that was first phase of attack goal was scored 2nd phase so should of stood. Reason: Liverpool scored at Soton last time when Salah was offside and VAR said goal would of stood for goal was scored by Keita in 2nd phase so offside wouldn’t of mattered. Go to Saturday and VAR says phases don’t matter and goal is disallowed for was offside initial attack. Even Sheff Utd manager said wasn’t it a different phase so why was goal not allowed. If your getting decisions which are ok one week but not next, how can anyone take it seriously. I think refs are now not making decisions and waiting on VAR to correct them instead of officiating as they should.
  11. Silva handball was classed as accidental for it didn’t set up a goal. TAA was looked at and was classed as a Natural Position even though his arm moved to the ball. Also it stopped Sterling behind him having an attempt at goal. Which I believe VAR is suppose to check but I think didn’t. If the ref had gone to the screen and looked or even blew straight away and said unsure if it’s a penalty will look at the screen. Would of sorted it instead he bottled it and then VAR was left to choose penalty or disallow the goal. As everyone in studio on Sky said it’s a penalty and next week will be given which is the trouble with VAR no consistency in decision making and just frustrates everyone.
  12. Don’t agree Weimann 6 should be an 8 Palmer 7 at most
  13. His arm is outstretched deffo not by his side. As they’ve just said in the studio, next week that’s a pen somewhere else. Personally think VAR ref bottled it due to the goal straight after.
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