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Registered On: October 17, 2015
Who is picking the team ?
Are the players surprised when selected and when are they told ? The reason for asking the 2nd question is when you see peoples comments most hint at “Do they have a clue what we are doing”
At home I will not accept 1 up top ! It is negative. Same players get chance after chance, continually fail and others rarely get to see the pitch. Give others a chance – Rowe, Pugh, Hornshaw, Barks, Jessop, Butroid cannot be any worse than some are repeatedly failing.
Want someone up front Harry Jessop – more than capable. And a couple of wildcards who would drive defenders mad Finn Shrimpton (as joint striker) and Cameron Wilson (2nd year U18 if the rules allowed) he would drive at defences and frightened of little.
The youngsters should be there to supplement an experienced spine, not the other way round. We’d get hammered sixes and sevens with half of the under 18’s in.
I’m still supporting Cox for the time being but it gets tougher to do with his persistence in failing formations and line ups. His saving grace has been our injuries as with Onarisie, Mcghaey and Van Veen we’d have certainly accumulated more points.
However, A poor return from the Barrow and Grimsby games could be the catalyst for his demise.