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  • #46
    Wouldīve liked to hear Sousaīs version too before making any conclusions....

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    • #47
      Originally posted by qblockpete View Post
      That was the most important game of the season.
      Sorry I disagree. The most important game of the season was Burnley and we lost. If we had won and with them losing on Monday we would now just be three poinst off the play offs and the season wouldn't be over.

      Ipswich were never a play off rival so losing to them didn't give them the impetus.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Youvebeenrangered! View Post
        No. The board as a group want exciting attacking football. 451 is hardly the most outgoing attacking style. They werent getting what they or WE! wanted so Sousa went.
        What a load of nonsense, what formation were Liverpool and Chelsea playing last night? what formation do Arsenal and Man U play most weeks? We have played 4-4-2 loads of times this season and been ruddy awful in all but Saturdays game and Birmingham (which was 10 men for most of it). The difference between Saturday and any other day was having balance across the side, a link player dropping off from the front (tarby 1st half / Vine 2nd Half) and nothing to play for. Take any one of Routledge, Lopez, Cook Helgusson out of that or not have a link player available and it would have been the same old dross

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        • #49
          Originally posted by baz View Post
          What a load of nonsense, what formation were Liverpool and Chelsea playing last night? what formation do Arsenal and Man U play most weeks? We have played 4-4-2 loads of times this season and been ruddy awful in all but Saturdays game and Birmingham (which was 10 men for most of it). The difference between Saturday and any other day was having balance across the side, a link player dropping off from the front (tarby 1st half / Vine 2nd Half) and nothing to play for. Take any one of Routledge, Lopez, Cook Helgusson out of that or not have a link player available and it would have been the same old dross
          Spot on mate!

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          • #50
            we had 3 strikers

            his preferred method for free flowing attacking football, was to play 1.
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            • #51
              Last post from me on this, as it gets tedious and rather boring.

              not going to change anyone's view but

              sirpiechucker

              Check the league at the time and now tell me Ipswich game was not important.

              I swear anyone who endured 9 games x 90minues of the most dire football I've seen for a long time, will view it the same way that I did. Too many followers and not enough supporters giving a true feeling on what they saw, in my view.

              Anyway, no more ammuntion from me. This site should be renowned for other postiive things, which over the next 3-4 weeks you will see.
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              • #52
                Originally posted by baz View Post
                What a load of nonsense, what formation were Liverpool and Chelsea playing last night? what formation do Arsenal and Man U play most weeks? We have played 4-4-2 loads of times this season and been ruddy awful in all but Saturdays game and Birmingham (which was 10 men for most of it). The difference between Saturday and any other day was having balance across the side, a link player dropping off from the front (tarby 1st half / Vine 2nd Half) and nothing to play for. Take any one of Routledge, Lopez, Cook Helgusson out of that or not have a link player available and it would have been the same old dross
                Oh please...

                You're comparing us to Manure and Liverpool.

                Our midfield is nowhere near as great at attacking as theirs.
                Your mum would love me...

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by qblockpete View Post
                  we had 3 strikers

                  his preferred method for free flowing attacking football, was to play 1.
                  still at it.

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                  • #54
                    Playing 4-5-1 means you can use 3 or more in attack when you have the ball. 4-5-1 means 5 in midfield when yoy DONīT have the ball!!!

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by NorwegianRanger View Post
                      Playing 4-5-1 means you can use 3 or more in attack when you have the ball. 4-5-1 means 5 in midfield when yoy DONīT have the ball!!!
                      We never had men in the box did we???

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                      • #56
                        did the two of you physically watch those 9 games? Please don't answer the question with another question.

                        I'm glad you enjoyed them. I didn't.

                        But anyway, we move on.
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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by qblockpete View Post
                          Last post from me on this, as it gets tedious and rather boring.

                          not going to change anyone's view but

                          sirpiechucker

                          Check the league at the time and now tell me Ipswich game was not important.

                          I swear anyone who endured 9 games x 90minues of the most dire football I've seen for a long time, will view it the same way that I did. Too many followers and not enough supporters giving a true feeling on what they saw, in my view.

                          Anyway, no more ammuntion from me. This site should be renowned for other postiive things, which over the next 3-4 weeks you will see.

                          I've said over the last couple of days that Sousa is history - I've moved on and will back the next manager. I've never said once that the football was good or that I was happy with it. I'm not bothered about Sousa as an individual but do care about the way our board deals with their staff.

                          The season is 46 matches so arguably every match is as important as the next. We could have beaten Ipswich or lost 10-0 to them and it didn't mean the season was complete. We would have still had to won others matches and we could have still lost other matches we won but until we played Burnley we were still in with a shout of making the top 6. We lost, which means the points they won took us out of their reach.

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                          • #58
                            Quite suprised none of have said that 'it could have been anyone' and Flavio didn't say those things because it was not on video?

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by sirpiechucker View Post
                              Sorry I disagree. The most important game of the season was Burnley and we lost. If we had won and with them losing on Monday we would now just be three poinst off the play offs and the season wouldn't be over.

                              Ipswich were never a play off rival so losing to them didn't give them the impetus.
                              I dissagree mate.
                              Burnley was last chance saloon.

                              Beating Ipswich was important because it would have gotten us back to winning ways, and it was at home.

                              That said, I also dissagree Ipswich was the most important.

                              For me, the defining part of our demise was the following 4 game sequence...

                              Norwich (home) 0-1 loss
                              Sheff Utd (home) 0-0 draw
                              Doncaster (away) 0-2 loss
                              Southampton (away) 0-0 draw.

                              We got 2 points, when in reality we should have won both home games and also away to Southampton which would have gotten us in and around the playoffs. In fact, we'd be level points right now...maybe even 3 clear of 7th as we'd surely have beaten Palace seeing as it would have meant more. Instead, during those 4 games we get 2 loss's and 2 draws without even scoring.

                              That was shocking and very costly.


                              Edit: Mis calculation...

                              We'd have been 2 points off if we'd won three of those 4.
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                              • #60
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