What we need to work on and the positives

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Re: What we need to work on and the positives

Post by turnstyle » Tue 11 Mar, 2014 6:58 pm

russelldp wrote:
It's got nothing to do with proving anything.

When the coach puts a game plan in place, every player, especially the Captain must embrace it.

By the way, I'm a big Farah fan, but his 'putting the hand up', as you call it, hasn't worked for the side in several years.

One man can't do everything and until he learns to trust his team mates and coach, the team will suffer.

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to be honest i didnt expect anyone else to have the opinion that farah could be doing more harm than good.

i was thinking after the game on sunday that maybe all those years i was blaming benji, that maybe farah could have been an issue, if not the issue with the unimaginative play?

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