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Comparisons

By rwakeley13/7/2018 16:31Fri Jul 13 16:31:33 2018

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Thoughts already percolating - going off on a tangent here. One thing I like doing with new recruits is drawing comparisons with past successful denominations. Looked at the new lad and I was immediately drawn to a comparison with Leon Smith. Took it a stage further and thought about the contrast in styles between both our previous play-off sides. Completely different. Leon's campaign, 2014-15, saw him net 24 goals in 64 apps - his partner in crime, Kezie Ibe 28 in 62. The partnership strikeforce looks to be dominant. Maybe an Elliott Charles/Ngoyi option with a mobile youthful option. I'm already impressed, in just four weeks, with what's fallen into place. The role of the left/right backs becomes more involved. Seeby a standout that season. Trying
to get the workings of the Gaffers mind down on a bit of paper - I think we're going more back to the conventional tried and tested. Looking forward to it.

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Re: Comparisons

By Warwickshire Dons14/7/2018 16:08Sat Jul 14 16:08:10 2018In response to ComparisonsTop of thread

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Sometimes you can do too much thinking. Just enjoy the meal that is served up, not the detail of how it has been prepared. Too many cooks springs to mind?

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Re: Comparisons

By dw14/7/2018 00:58Sat Jul 14 00:58:58 2018In response to ComparisonsTop of thread

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Certainly the Leon Smith, Kenzie Ibe, Aaron Morgan combination three years back was totally different to last season, yet massively successful. I well recall a forum posting from an opposition supporter saying how strong they were, holding the ball up well.

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