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Registered On: December 25, 2013
If Lillis is assistant – well fine. That guy has seen it all. So unless Cox is ignoring him – we have to admit to having significant experience in place at management level.
No. The problem is that we started the season with a raggle-taggle mix of players. (Not as poor in quality as some make out IMHO)
11 good enough? – Possibly. Nine perhaps but when a number get injured on top of that – we end up having to blood players too early.
The balance between experience and inexperience amongst the players was optimistic, to say the least.
Cox? – Too much experimentation we’ll all argue but when you are leaking at the back and have no impact whatsoever up front – maybe you have to try something different.
Going down or staying up – I’m gonna try not to judge for at least 10 months.