Player in Training.
Won't be watching due to work, but hardly care anymore.
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Very true mate, Everton were committed energetic and closed us down so quickly. We don’t help ourselves at all though, our back line have the proverbial deer in the lights feel about them when they’re hurried while in possession, everything becomes so chaotic, which is a symptom of a team that’s become used to moving the ball slowly, back, side to side, and back again.Honestly thought Everton played their part in our poor performance--say what you want about Dyche, but it's impressive how quickly he's been able to put his stamp on them. Without the two moments of madness, it's hard to see this being anything but a 0-0. Saying that, we never looked like killing the game off once we were ahead.
Brighton could give us an absolute thrashing this weekend.
For me so much of it boils down to lacking a creative midfielder. It just makes us so predictable even when, maybe especially when, we do actually get the ball forward. Harry is a brilliant player (ie not just a goalscorer),but when it's so obvious we're trying to play through him, and there is no one else nipping in between the lines to pick up the ball, decent defensive teams can generally shut it off.Very true mate, Everton were committed energetic and closed us down so quickly. We don’t help ourselves at all though, our back line have the proverbial deer in the lights feel about them when they’re hurried while in possession, everything becomes so chaotic, which is a symptom of a team that’s become used to moving the ball slowly, back, side to side, and back again.
My biggest gripe with this team for bloody ages, is how few options there are for the ball carrier at any given time, other than passing it bloody back. We’re awful at playing one touch football, we’re so easy to play against, just press us high up and you’ve always got a great shot at turning the ball over high up the pitch. I think teams are kinda scared to do that at times, with Harry, Sonny and Kulu offering that threat on the counter, although the latter 2 have struggled pretty much all season bar Kulu over the first few months. With a full team available, we’re a very capable side but lack the outright quality to replicate good performances on a consistent basis. Went off on one a bit there!!
Levy would also need to sell his holding and he has said that he will not sell to anyone that doesn't install him as the club chairman...While Levy retains the shareholding he does in the club, he's not going anywhere. The only way I could ever see him stepping down, or being sacked, is if he becomes involved in some kind of scandal that potentially damages ENIC's public image.
But even then, I suspect Lewis would just install Levy 2.0.
The only way we get the football club back is if someone is willing to meet Lewis' ridiculous asking price and buys him out.