We also looked awful with throw ins. It can be such an advantage to get a bit of play moving but majority of time the thrower was looking for an option, there was no one available, so it lobbed into a group of players for a 50/50 type situation and normally we ended up losing it.

That probably applies to all set pieces actually. Just what do they practice?
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10:37, Thu 14 Mar
JCL
JCL
We also looked awful with throw ins. It can be such an advantage to get a bit of play moving but majority of time the thrower was looking for an option, there was no one available, so it lobbed into a group of players for a 50/50 type situation and normally we ended up losing it.

That probably applies to all set pieces actually. Just what do they practice?

Wasn't there a bit on here the other day from Training Ground Guru where Pep Clotet talked about how much they practiced set pieces including throw ins?
10:41, Thu 14 Mar
I would like to point out that there were a fair few in the kop corner singing "there's only one paul mitchell" and "one punch and he knocked him out".

*Shakes head*
13:04, Thu 14 Mar
I agree the tactics were wrong but in particular in the first half I really didn't see much effort and the players looked as though they couldn't be bothered. I was also amazed with about 10 mins to go how little urgency we had in trying to get a goal back. Everything just seemed so slow and we just gave up. We can't seem to play at home against teams that just sit back
13:06, Thu 14 Mar
Do you put 100% effort into your job all the time?
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13:14, Thu 14 Mar
Ball boys/girls. Do they do anything. They dont exactly help much.
13:32, Thu 14 Mar
Rasputin
Do you put 100% effort into your job all the time?

If I was getting £20,000 a week to play football I’d be giving 110% ... I’d be running myself into the ground!!
15:19, Thu 14 Mar
El Mayor
JCL
We also looked awful with throw ins. It can be such an advantage to get a bit of play moving but majority of time the thrower was looking for an option, there was no one available, so it lobbed into a group of players for a 50/50 type situation and normally we ended up losing it.

That probably applies to all set pieces actually. Just what do they practice?

Wasn't there a bit on here the other day from Training Ground Guru where Pep Clotet talked about how much they practiced set pieces including throw ins?
There was.
We're no different to vilers in the whole. We'd be ripping them for doing this.
We're on a bad run, it happens. Our manager and coaches are bloody good
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17:32, Thu 14 Mar
Do you put 100% effort into your job all the time?

I don’t

When it matters, yes.
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19:47, Thu 14 Mar
StechyBlue
I would like to point out that there were a fair few in the kop corner singing "there's only one paul mitchell" and "one punch and he knocked him out".

*Shakes head*
. That's totally inaccurate ... there are at least two Paul Mitchells . I hung around with on as a teenager and he'd be 60 by now , obviously not the muppet on the pitch
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