Does anyone have any idea what the teams training involves
Is it just physical work or do they train positional play, movement , attacking plays or any defensive patterns as one would expect from a team of its stature?
To compete in this division we have to be disciplined and organised and you only get that from training together as a unit on a regular basis.
I don't sense this when we play, just us playing intuitively at football.....ultimately we tire due to no game plan and defeat beckons accordingly!
Coalville Town, good team, organised and disciplined, good spirit amongst themselves BUT no better player wise than us.
One thing that JG has said a few times now that sums things up, he said he picks his team based on whoever looks good in training on a Thursday, so on that basis there is no plan, there is no knowing what his best team is and probably explains 3-4 changes every game and no consistency, if me, VS, Joe, MJNB turned up for training on a Thursday and looked good we could be in the team
Starts with picking up any left kit for those who have left.
Then a chat about how outstanding they were in the last game.
Bit of kick around
Collection for coke and crisps for the loanees.
Checking who is on the schedule to start the next game.
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Training includes kicking a ball into a black bin
Maybe that's the problem. Every time we go forward, they are looking for a black
bin to kick the ball into?
good team, organised and disciplined, good spirit amongst themselves BUT no better player wise than us.
You could apply that sentence to most teams who have beaten us this season .
Going out of the club at Stratford must have been Westwood’s fault. He is the only starting player released. The other 10 starters were blameless. Three of the subs though did contribute to the defeat.