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Re: Football (The way it should be played.)

By VS Town (VS Boro)12/10/2020 18:21Mon Oct 12 18:21:56 2020In response to Re: Football (The way it should be played.)

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It's a balance. For me entertainment (or intent to try) is very important. I remember watching many games in premier during the 18/19 season and thinking "why the hell do I stand in the cold watching crap when I have this". T
Taking a boro game with a boring 1-0 win will not attract new supporters and thats what the club needs.

Using premier as an example.
Mourinho got Man United 2nd, won Europe league cup and (I think) won the league cup YET he was soon sacked.
Houghton at Brighton got success (staying in premier), but was not liked due to style.
I know two spurs supporters who have fallen out of love with their club because of Mourinho.

The likes of Man City & Liverpool have shown exciting/attractive football can bring success.
Norwich also played attractive football.

I don't see why the ambition to see attractive football is bad. Its not as if playing cautions/un-attractive football guarantees results.

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