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A defensive team cowering in fear at Bramall Lane?
Posted by: Merlin96
Date: 20/10/2019 05:59
You know that dumbfcuk of a manager, regardless of which team he is playing against, home or away, he is always fearful of conceding a goal and field a defensive side not to win but to avoid defeat.

Gone are the days of the arrogant French Spine who expected to win when stepping on the pitch with opponents wondering how many goals they would concede within the first 20 minutes.

Gone are the days where fans are confident than even we conceded 3 goals, French Spine would score 4 goals to win that game.

Now, we employed a puta who is a latter-day Wenger Lite, playing crab and boring football, unable to forge a compact unit between midfield and defence to counter-attack opponents as 'One nil to Arsenal! Boring, boring Arsenal!".

Bramall Lane?
Same old, same old unless Kolasinac-Sokratis-Luiz-Chambers suddenly developed telepathic understanding, covering for each other and committed no howlers like missing a header and trip players in the box.
To rub salt in the wound, 6 strangers trying to string 3 consecutive passes and just cannot find the target in front of an open goal.

….. ….. ….. ….. ….. ….. Leno

… Chambers … Sokratis … Luiz … Kolasinac

….. ….. Torreira ….. ….. ...… ….. Xhaka

… Pepe ….. ….. ….. Guendouzi ….. ….. Saka

….. ….. ….. ….. ..... Aubameyang

Lacazette and Tierney are not match fit to start a league game. Both of them are reserved to play a full 90 minutes against Vitoria. Ceballos' form took a dip and will start against Vitoria as well.

Ozil who?

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