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Interview with Guillem Balague on Brave New World, Poch and Spurs

Don Diaz

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I'm reading it at the moment, some of it is amusing in the way it's written, but a good insight so far nonetheless.
 
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This Poch book... we've gone to utter rat shit since it came out...

Lots of personal stuff about players and staff... has it had a decisive effect that's feeding into the performances on the pitch? Yeah the players and staff sanctioned the comments but having in out there in the open for all to scrutinise could be a reason for our "dip" in form or even individual drops in performance levels.
 
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This Poch book... we've gone to utter rat shit since it came out...

Lots of personal stuff about players and staff... has it had a decisive effect that's feeding into the performances on the pitch? Yeah the players and staff sanctioned the comments but having in out there in the open for all to scrutinise could be a reason for our "dip" in form or even individual drops in performance levels.
Nah, I don't think so. I think it's more a case of we played exceptionally last season, plus Wembley isn't WHL, plus everyone else like United, City and Liverpool have all got better. A couple of wins and we'll be back in third. Not even halfway yet and it's very right behind City.
Nothing to worry about really....
 
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Finished the Poch book. An enjoyable insight and some telling comments from players and others at the end. We as fans really have no idea what's involved in managing a top flight team.

In short it's a diary and a lot of personal ideology. Worth a read definitely. Time is going to tell whether we've found our own Sir Alex Ferguson or not.
 

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