That was refreshing against Burnley - as I said, our attacking play was great against Spurs in the first half, and it seems the team carried it into the Burnley game, which suggests to me that there is work being done behind the scenes to quicken our play and get some good movement and crisp interplay in attacking areas.Glorio wrote: ↑Wed Aug 29, 2018 12:02 pmHave to agree in this instance. Team did good against Spurs. They're probably just not used to playing like that, so tired badly. I think they should stick with it personally.
What I hope doesn't happen is that he thinks "as I thought, these defenders are rubbish", and sticks 10 men behind the ball next game
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