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View DANGERCLOSE's Profile DANGERCLOSE Flag london 26 Oct 21 3.29pm Send a Private Message to DANGERCLOSE Add DANGERCLOSE as a friend

Its work in progress, results will come, trust the process

 


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View NEILLO's Profile NEILLO Flag Shoreham-by-Sea 26 Oct 21 3.57pm Send a Private Message to NEILLO Add NEILLO as a friend

Originally posted by Nubes

They are professional footballers, who go through all different types of in-game, shape, possession, strengths of the opposition/individuals, how best to counter mental fatigue in a game, what went well and what didnít the previous game analysis.

So my question is:

Why not try to do everything in your power to give the opposition a throw-in rather than a corner at any point if you are susceptible to conceding a 1 goal lead.

Arsenal corner shouldíve been prevented but ok - the Newcastle game donít give away cheap corners.

I donít get why they tend not to learn from past costly mistakes.

Was it a cheap corner though - Ward was clearly pushed....

 


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View Teddy Eagle's Profile Teddy Eagle Flag 26 Oct 21 3.57pm Send a Private Message to Teddy Eagle Add Teddy Eagle as a friend


In the last few seasons weíve been susceptible in the last five minutes of each half. Maybe itís a concentration problem but itís happened with several combinations in defence.

 

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View CT Charlie's Profile CT Charlie Flag 27 Oct 21 4.16am Send a Private Message to CT Charlie Add CT Charlie as a friend

Bring in Roy Hodgson? He knows the secret to boring yet effective play which minimizes scoring threats. Seriously, I'm pleased we've played so well, and I trust PV to figure out which players have the intelligence and discipline Ė which matter more than pace and ball skills Ė to protect a lead.

As for formation and tactics, if we can't maintain possession in the midfield, we should send long diagonal passes to our wingers cross-field. If they go too far, they'll result in a throw-ins rather than a goal kicks.

 

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View MrRobbo's Profile MrRobbo Flag Purley 27 Oct 21 9.06am Send a Private Message to MrRobbo Add MrRobbo as a friend

Originally posted by CT Charlie

Bring in Roy Hodgson? He knows the secret to boring yet effective play which minimizes scoring threats. Seriously, I'm pleased we've played so well, and I trust PV to figure out which players have the intelligence and discipline Ė which matter more than pace and ball skills Ė to protect a lead.

As for formation and tactics, if we can't maintain possession in the midfield, we should send long diagonal passes to our wingers cross-field. If they go too far, they'll result in a throw-ins rather than a goal kicks.

So few teams do this well and I've never understood it. Leicester did it so effectively in their title winning season. Not just to waste time but as the first ball of a counter attack. Ping it into the corner and give Vardy something to chase. Often he wouldn't get it, but he'd invariably put enough pressure on the fullback to make them put it away for a throw.

Even more effective to protect a lead as it give you the opportunity to push the lines up, and waste some time walking up to take the throw on.

 

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View NEILLO's Profile NEILLO Flag Shoreham-by-Sea 27 Oct 21 11.00am Send a Private Message to NEILLO Add NEILLO as a friend

Originally posted by MrRobbo

So few teams do this well and I've never understood it. Leicester did it so effectively in their title winning season. Not just to waste time but as the first ball of a counter attack. Ping it into the corner and give Vardy something to chase. Often he wouldn't get it, but he'd invariably put enough pressure on the fullback to make them put it away for a throw.

Even more effective to protect a lead as it give you the opportunity to push the lines up, and waste some time walking up to take the throw on.

Sam Allardyces'Bolton had game management down to a tee. Played the ball upfield into the corners and forced the opposition to defend deep, either in open play or from throw ins.

 


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View ASCPFC's Profile ASCPFC Flag Pro-Cathedral/caravan park 27 Oct 21 11.41am Send a Private Message to ASCPFC Add ASCPFC as a friend

Build a wall.

 


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View Uphill's Profile Uphill Flag Bedford 27 Oct 21 2.03pm Send a Private Message to Uphill Add Uphill as a friend

Keep calm and play the ball out to two up front because if 9 is not enough to defend a lead we are not worthy to be a PL team.

To have a ball holding midfielder would help to slow things down
and launch a swift counter. Time to give such a player a go?

Step forward Will Hughes ...

 

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View the.universal's Profile the.universal 27 Oct 21 3.15pm Send a Private Message to the.universal Add the.universal as a friend

Originally posted by PalazioVecchio

taking Luka off after 65 minutes would have got my vote. The Serb 30 man squad did not include him. A premier league player.

His form today is below where he was two or three years ago. We need a midfielder to terrify the opposition with blistering pace toward their goal.

Wikipedia informs me he retired from international football in Mar-21. I was not aware.

 


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View maddog's Profile maddog Flag Wiltshire 27 Oct 21 8.48pm Send a Private Message to maddog Add maddog as a friend

We have to learn to defend corners. Thatís it.

 

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View Vincehair's Profile Vincehair Flag London 28 Oct 21 9.08am Send a Private Message to Vincehair Add Vincehair as a friend

Originally posted by babylonjohn

The answer is to keep possession and try and score another goal. Hard I know if the team is tiring and the oppo are desperate to attack.

Score a second goal - is the right answer!

recent draws shows the importance of taking advantage of opportunities. Nobody to blame but ourselves

I felt even after getting Leicester back to 2-2 we seemed content

 

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View dreamwaverider's Profile dreamwaverider Flag 28 Oct 21 9.09am Send a Private Message to dreamwaverider Add dreamwaverider as a friend

Easy to over complicate things.
This season we got 2 new centre backs and we replaced Reidwald with Gallagher. MacArthur and Luca back.
Then we got Edouard for Townsend.
Benteke playing better and Zaha.
Put PV and his coaches in the mix and you have a revitalised looking Palace.

 

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