Packed defences

#2
Glad I watched that. 22 to 1 outsiders came back to win 2 1 in what pundits described as one of biggest shocks ever. PSG had won this 5 times in row but now out in quarter final. Belief in France that refs never give penalties against PSG at hone but Guincamp got three and scored two. Ref then booked PSG man for blatant dive for penalty in last seconds and their stars went mad. Cavani, Neymar and other couple booked. As Ibsay, good packed defence can frustrate football genius
 
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Anthony

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#3
Glad I watched that. 22 to 1 outsiders came back to win 2 1 in what pundits described as one of biggest shocks ever. PSG had won this 5 times in row but now out in quarter final. Belief in France that refs never give penalties against PSG at hone but Guincamp got three and scored two. Ref then booked PSG man for blatant dive for penalty in last seconds and their stars went mad. Cavani, Neymar and other couple booked. As Ibsay, good packed defence can frustrate football genius
Agree mate its the only way to play a team like PSG unless you're one of the other top dogs.
 

Spherical Planet

Well-known member
#5
One of the issues we've had recently is not having an effective Plan B.

It might not be to our liking, but sometimes you need to throw things in the mixer and see what pops-up.

Hopefully that may have been addressed with the new signings, it wasn't too bad when MON's sides used Sutty, BBJ, Bobo, Joos and Johan to put the fear into them.

Nothing wrong with a bit of agricultural from time-to-time.
 

dmac

Well-known member
#7
Probably playing in Europe away from home it would be wise to pack out the defence only problem we seem incapable of doing it don't know wether it's a lack of concentration or the players being so used to trying to break down defences in our league all the time can't cope with the change and end up giving the ball away easily or concede free kick in the last third too often
 
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