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By rwakeley6/9/2021 19:58Mon Sep 6 19:58:03 2021In response to Re: History repeating...

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Appreciate the feedback. Lee said 'not all doom and gloom' - same thought Saturday in my head. Different Saturday.
Is it possible to form conclusions on a 6min post-match video? For me, a very revealing set of highlights.
Early Corby attack. The contrast. Ball out wide, we with Brooks, Sean or Wilson would almost certainly make a bee-line for the by-line. They passed back for a back to deliver a guaranteed cross for a target man. Not just in the current climate we have limitations in that regard. That is not a cricism, but a style related issue. A physical side in our league, A Truro, a Taunton would have almost surely replicated the Corby instance. Regardless, I do think we can mix and match more, moreover there are times when you have to mix things up. The second ball ratio of wins for me is a concern. I do have an inherant problem with our shape. For me, our wide lads are very high and are constantly in wait for service. There is not the interaction with other players. A Carshalton side spring to mind. Quick gives and goes.
I have recently highlighted my thoughts on our distribution in this regard from the back-line being our main source of attack. Part 2. Coming up, the date 20th March 2018!

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