south_cheshire_toon 0 Posted September 4, 2013 Share Posted September 4, 2013 OK, so the lack of signing has created a host of posts from people saying all sorts of shit about Ashley, Ambition, Pardew, Kinear and the rest. Question I have is ‘Isn’t is best that we don’t, year in, year out, sign a shed load of players?’ – with the simple fact being that you’d want your players to evolve together and form a good coherent team and then from this the team should perform better and thus progress. I know that players only have a certain shelf life and need to be replace as and when needed. An example of doing things the wrong way, if you take Liverpool as an example, they, from when Houilier took over and ever manager since, has signed on average, 7 to 9 players each season, and because of the lack of bonding, the team didn’t perform and hence their shite position in the league, The owner says we must do better, so manager sacked, and the wheel goes full circle and the next manager does the same. It doesn’t take a genius to work out you can’t carry on working like that forever if you want things to improve. It’s this situation, I feel the club doesn’t want to get itself into, I mean, I read that at Liverpool, Voridin ? a slacky striker, was paid £60k a week, yet only played a few times, Downing the same and Henderson is on even more. So in a way the club has to think about the bigger picture, it has to come up with a business plan and stick to it. Problem is that this ‘plan’ will never be shown to the outside world – so the supporters feel as though they are being let down. Thoughts ? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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