Have either Alli or eriksen in the midfield two, then take them off after 60-70 minutes.
I never said anything about Foyth...London derby against the pikeys & a CL semi final coming up though mate, and we've already got enough absolutely key players missing.
Does Foyth playing against a pretty toothless & poor Brighton side tomorrow night really put you off so much, that you'd risk more key players getting injured & potentially be missing for those games?
I never said anything about Foyth...
Huge difference making those mistakes at right wing back with three centre backs in place to cover him, or making them the moment someone bursts into the box.Seemed okay against Sterling on Sat, Sanchez, Trippier, Dier, Aurier all have mistakes in them too, shall we not play them?
Not overly, I just don’t mind speaking sense even when sense is unpopular.I've kind of come to the conclusion that you enjoy a bit of a ruck.
Surely ‘dropped’ implies he’s first choice. He’s not, so therefore all I want, when all players more suited than him are available, is for him not to be prematurely promoted ahead of them.If you want him dropped for that reason, what makes you think he won’t do it again next season.
By your reasoning, we might as well sell him off in the summer then.
Foyth does have a mistake in him but he was excellent on Saturday. He is going to be an absolutely amazing player, but he needs to play to get there.Would not start Foyth again this season. His habit of swinging a leg out the moment someone gets past him is not what we need.
Because i didn't know you was going to come up with Spurs beating Hudds 4-0 as an argumentThat's a better argument, why didn't you just say that in the first place?
There's merits to both formations, with 3 at the back you can make it 3-4-1-2 with full backs playing high up the pitch, like wingers. Also that formation supports 2 strikers which we will probably need against their deep lying defence.
Bournemouth isn't the best example as they play more expansive and are far more open at the back.
I know it would make us very pedestrian in midfield, but I think he might do it so we have attacking options off the bench. I don’t want to see him do it and especially if we play a back three as it would be far too defensive, but we are running out of players and if sissoko and winks aren’t fit then who else goes in there? Dele?Please no.
It's nothing to do with the amount of players in their half lolBecause i didn't know you was going to come up with Spurs beating Hudds 4-0 as an argument
Anyway I will try and simplify it for you, it's just a question of numbers, playing with 2 centre backs marking 1 forward means we can have 8 players in Brightons half, we can still have the full backs pushed up and still play with 2 forwards, so 2-4-2-2 when attacking, playing with 3 centre backs means we only have 7 players in Brighton's half.
I know everyone will disagree, but I'd like to see Janssen and Llorente up top together. Brighton aren't going to be coming at us, so I'd keep Son and Lucas on the bench unless we're really struggling late on. Vincent can play those little one twos pretty well, and a team that bus parks would mean his comparative lack of pace wouldn't be a problem. And Fernando would be ideal in the box, both with knockdowns and goal attempts. Son and Lucas will be needed against West Ham, and we can't afford them to get injured. Plus whether he has a future with us, or he's going to be sold, VJ needs to be in the shop window. No one's going for him if they don't see him play.