Originally Posted by Hertford Hoop
We just haven't been able to turn good players into better players when they have joined us, why ...it has to be down to the coaching staff...
But don't (a section of) the fans have to take a portion of responsibility for this type of thing too:
Originally Posted by nasser95
There are jeers when players attempts to beat his man and fails which never encourages players to try more. Not to put all the blame with the fans but it's a continuous thing that has predated the recent history of the club and
Originally Posted by West Acton
Then why play him there yesterday mate?
I've no idea but an educated guess would tell me that he wasn't strictly a CM but a DM because we all know that Hall is comfortable with the ball at his feet and carrying it out from defence.
The other reason is that (until the sending off when we were forced into change) we started out in a 4-2-2-2 formation with Hall in the first row of two, which is a system we haven't played before and which maybe IH felt suited Hall in that
The South-East of England is absolutely chock-a-block. Its infrastructure is already at bursting point. Anyone wanting to take in any more needs to answer the questions:
1) Where will they be housed?
2) Where will their children be schooled?
3) Which GP's, nurses and hospitals will attend to their medical needs?
4) Where will they fit onto the already packed trains and buses?
5) Where will their cars fit onto the already packed roads?
Our country is one of the oldest democracies in the world. Where we are still in nappies though is getting used to coalition governments. 2010 proved this a very difficult thing to adapt to. What we are going to have to get used to is hung parliaments now becoming a lot more commonplace. It's been going on in Europe for a long time so for them it's the norm.
The political climate is changing in this country with the rise in popularity of the smaller niche parties. It means it's now
Originally Posted by Kirill
is it absolutely necessary for our staff to play the race card on what seems like every (in)opportune occasion nowadays?
"As a black man I think itís going to be difficult anyway."
Do me a favour Kirill - he has not played the race card. Firstly, you've taken that quote out of context with the rest of the interview. Secondly, he never raised the issue - he was just responding to a question in light of Les Ferdinand's recent comments. To get a balanced of what he's said you