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  1. Villa are a low end Prem team who will see staying up as a massive success. If we had a first choice team we should be competitive. Not necessarily winning but creating far more chances than this.
  2. So why, post match, is Holden slating sloppy passing and a poor first half? The comments felt like it was aimed at the midfield? Saturday will be the test, if he starts, he should have looked world class against Northampton’s second 11. I would love to see the player that excited us all against QPR last season but it’s been a very long time.
  3. Never mind the trousers - how tight was that shirt - see post match interview? Has he had it since school - there is no way that collar does up? Mind you the buttons worked much harder and more effectively than our midfield.
  4. My advice is have a look at their respective parents - they always end up turning out like them.
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  6. Let's not forget, so was a certain Steve Coppell. I think City have been burned too badly by people on their way down rather up [both playing and coaching]. The problem is often their reference point for players is experienced players they know and trust.
  7. He's simply picking our best team. JD starts because he's the best left back rather than worrying about their attack, Callam benched. 3 quality centre backs - Vyner learning (from the match day squad experience not pitch) and Fam / Wells supported up front. Even Weimann and Pato look comfortable in the middle - think it's Andi's best game in 2020.
  8. Anyone in midfield who will pass it forwards - more than backwards. And who can score more than 4 goals a season. It's amazing how low scoring our midfield is. I suspect this means Smith won't see a contract renewal and I feel the same about him as LJ - great for City in their day but not part of our future.
  9. Does this club know what style of football it wants? We seem to swap mid-match. I think they will and should let the new coach decide not insist on a coach to play a set way - that would turn most managers off straight away (and rightly so).
  10. What I am trying to illustrate is LJ is picking very inexperienced players - who are out of their depth. Taylor Moore is a definitely ahead of Vyner and yet ignoring others who clearly have much more ability to affect a game - despite inexperience. So he (probably) sticks with Vyner who had an average cameo on Sunday and in my view an average game today (if we forget all this academy rose tinted glasses stuff). I'm not suggesting they are either / rather that he supports one average young one and probably ignores a very promising one - why?
  11. One player young, little match practice, turned inside out regularly, mostly poor distribution from set pieces. The other young player, with even less match practice, makes 3 excellent forward passes in 15 mins creating space, width and opportunity. Which one starts the next game do you think?
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