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  1. Epic see-through masks it must be said. I mean they look so real.
  2. But 3-0 I stopped caring how many they scored. But with the performance I can feel it in my mood, I care. I don't want to, tell myself it's not worth it. But I care.
  3. It was written all over his face
  4. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/feb/09/texas-lawyer-zoom-cat-filter-kitten I'm not a cat
  5. When teams prepare for us the week/days before the game, what do you think our strengths are considered to be? Mccarthy was pretty clear he saw our left side was weak, we all know it. We have also struggled for years with teams that sit in. Furthermore, Both v Brentford and Cardiff in different ways we knew what was coming, couldn't stop it. But what are our strengths? , what are the things teams have to stop us from doing or we'll punish them?
  6. Knew there was a game, knew what was coming, kidded myself this would be different as will next week, watched it anyway, drifted into inevitable, put myself in a bad mood. Been outplayed 3 weeks in a row, By 3 different ways of playing Derby no identify, pitch slogfest Brentford enough said Cardiff the power game Now looking down rather than up. Wondering when we'll have an identity that is good to watch. That's football. Mostly lows or annoyances sprinkled with the odd high.
  7. To my Shame I was once rather too close to swapping Madrid for the magic roundabout. Lucky escape
  8. Bobby 'Shadow' Williams What a name .. Peacock is essentially the highest scorer this century with 0 appearances in the 90s Must be close between him and Murray for top scorer this century.
  9. Who I think Packers Ravens Chiefs Saints Who I would like Rams Bills Chiefs/browns (torn between theories here) but I guess Chiefs Saints
  10. Resilient, hard working, defensive cohesion. Somewhere dull and boring going forward, yet at times clinical A number of times this season, I've felt like, we've won; that's all that matters. I feel we are stronger mentally this season which is a massive plus. But I wouldn't call it wonderful football, yet anyway.
  11. Moves and counter moves. What you've described is basically for me the joy of sport.
  12. You don't change, you double down. Change players, but you certainly don't change formation and tactics. For the last few years, we've had a plan B, c, D, e,f. Guess what we didn't seem to have: identity. They best teams are where everybody knows their role. They can have evolving jobs down to game management, but everyone knows. Last night was down to a lack of changes and tiredness. That's down to a management phylosophy of continuity from which they'll have to learn. Double down, build an identity. Then live or die by it. Now is not the moment to abandon it.
  13. If he just stood there and watched without making a challenge then he'd get pelters for a lack of effort and commitment. He was unlucky, was it even a clear cut pen in terms of position? Either you want players to fully commit and accept these things happen sometimes Or You allow those headers to go unchallenged due to a player not giving their all. You can't have it both ways, just not how it works.
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