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View A1969Eagle's Profile A1969Eagle Flag Redhill 28 Dec 20 5.44pm Send a Private Message to A1969Eagle Add A1969Eagle as a friend

Time and time again, the opposition scores almost straight from OUR throw on..

Leicester
Liverpool
Villa
Wolves

Ive been saying this for years under Roy, there is no tactical awareness or % of mistakes/gains with our throw ons.

Today again we were slow, lack of movement when we had a throw on.

Same old tactic throw it to Bens head... well that cost another goal because, freeze the moment the ball reaches Ben head and where Barnes is. Its high % risk that his flick header will go in field, and it did, one.. two.. goal...

Why do the same mistake repeat under Roy?
Even National League teams have a thrown on plan!!

 

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View EddieMac's Profile EddieMac Flag 29 Dec 20 9.45am Send a Private Message to EddieMac Add EddieMac as a friend

That throw in yesterday was schoolboy stuff. Launch a ball at the big fellas head and hope for the best. Evans just stood back and waited for the ball. Cost us 2 points.

 

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View PatrickA's Profile PatrickA Flag London 29 Dec 20 9.55am Send a Private Message to PatrickA Add PatrickA as a friend

Itís not just throw ins, itís also free kicks and corners.
Weíre like a Sunday team in this respect as if no regard is to given to these aspects of the game.
And they are important because in tight games the fine margins become even more important.
Without wishing to turn this into another anti-Roy thread , it would be interesting to know whether any work is undertaken on the training ground to these aspects.

 

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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 29 Dec 20 10.00am Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

You have already started a thread on this subject [Link]

 

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View Tickled pink's Profile Tickled pink Flag Cornwall 29 Dec 20 4.29pm Send a Private Message to Tickled pink Add Tickled pink as a friend

Originally posted by A1969Eagle

Time and time again, the opposition scores almost straight from OUR throw on..

Leicester
Liverpool
Villa
Wolves

Ive been saying this for years under Roy, there is no tactical awareness or % of mistakes/gains with our throw ons.

Today again we were slow, lack of movement when we had a throw on.

Same old tactic throw it to Bens head... well that cost another goal because, freeze the moment the ball reaches Ben head and where Barnes is. Its high % risk that his flick header will go in field, and it did, one.. two.. goal...

Why do the same mistake repeat under Roy?
Even National League teams have a thrown on plan!!

Throw in, it's called throw in and you must understand that teams don't score directly from them against us, because our team as a whole has poor ability with the ball compared to good squads any situation where we lose the ball is going to be quite painful isn't it.

 

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View palace99's Profile palace99 Flag New Mills 05 Jan 21 11.18am Send a Private Message to palace99 Add palace99 as a friend

Originally posted by Tickled pink

Throw in, it's called throw in and you must understand that teams don't score directly from them against us, because our team as a whole has poor ability with the ball compared to good squads any situation where we lose the ball is going to be quite painful isn't it.

Firstly, we do have a good squad - barely a player on less than £50k a week, so i the poor ability argument is not true.
What we seem to have is poor awareness. It's the movement around the throwing or the 2nd ball if Tekkers gets a rare flick on that is poor.

Where is Zaha when Tekkers gets a flick on (either throw in or goal kick)? He is never anticipating so is not in the correct position.
Additionally, why has say a Sterling been shown where to run to in the box (back post) when attacking from the other flank but Zaha has rarely makes a similar move and hence scores a lot less.

Where is the midfield player coming short or even a quick throw in option?

I'm sure Roy and the players do video analysis of games. Well why do we never learn?

Throw in v Sheff Utd were poor too so it appears no one seems that bothered that only a few days before one led directly to a goal being conceded

 

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View Eaglecoops's Profile Eaglecoops Flag CR3 05 Jan 21 11.58am Send a Private Message to Eaglecoops Add Eaglecoops as a friend

Originally posted by Tickled pink

Throw in, it's called throw in and you must understand that teams don't score directly from them against us, because our team as a whole has poor ability with the ball compared to good squads any situation where we lose the ball is going to be quite painful isn't it.

It is rather tiresome that you will blame almost anything and anyone for tactical issues on the pitch before the coaching staff. There is nothing wrong with having specialist coaches for throw ins, corners and set pieces. It would appear our coaches donít want them or feel they donít need them.

Iíll ask you a simple question. Do you think our team would benefit from some specialist coaching in these areas?

 

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View Daddyorc's Profile Daddyorc Flag Long Island City, NY 06 Jan 21 5.18pm Send a Private Message to Daddyorc Add Daddyorc as a friend

I've thought our throw-ins have been poor for years.

That being said, I actually think they're slightly better this year. Mitchell actually seems to get it to our players.

The worst was Timothy Fosu-Mensa (sp?), who I don't think had 1 throw in where we kept the ball for more than 1 touch. PVA is typically pretty piss poor too, although I think he's improved a tiny bit this year.

I also think we've had more throw-ins this year where the winger or Zaha picked it up quickly and put it back in play. These seem to have the highest % of us keeping possession.

On a funny note, I remember Tottenham's game vs us where Serge Aurier had 3 foul throw-ins. Still makes me laugh

 

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