Discussion in 'Matchday Forum (closed)' started by RonaldoVII, Apr 15, 2012.
Intresting game so far
Rafael is such a beast.
Hopefully that can be walked off by welbeck
Scholsey fires wide
Why does Evra defend from such a central position? Hate that, leaves the left completely open if Nani can't get back
Love Scholes trying to shoot again these days.
Great defending by Evans.
Good positioning by Rio there
I seen that, pieneer sent flying.
Jelavic looks a very good forward.
A warning there.
On ice, always.
Why didn't we put a tree behind the goal.
come on evra...dammit.
Handball for that? Come on.
This wasn't a hand ball, wouldn't of given a penalty other end.
please can somebody send me a stream link?
We look very dodgy at the back.
Good to see Neville getting a warm reception.
Good God this is going to be nervy as feck.
Welbeck nervous with the ball in the final third.
Good tackle by.... Scholes.. :S
I have thought that all season , but he usually does something good
A goal is coming.
Nani already looking like the key man today.
Nani looks the most dangerous so far.
United corner. Lets hope its improved
Nani -very smart so far.
No rhythm to our play so far
Welbeck was getting pulled and pushed
First corner of the game, wazza, doesn't normally take them? Refs giving us nothing, that could if been a penalty
Tim Howard the cnut.
30 seconds after ignoring a shove on Welbeck during the corner, the ref gives one Rooney does as a foul.
Any chance of Everton morphing into Villa for the 2nd half?
Carrick has been reckless.
Full back positioning are a big part of a teams tactics, by coming in centrally he's drawing a player in and leaving space for Nani wide, if they are to attack down that wing it then draws another player out of position, a striker for instance and they then have a toothless attack which is easy to manage, or a central player might try to exploit the space and you have space in the middle all of a sudden. There was an article on the importance of fullbacks on I think zonal marking but I might be wrong, worth a read if you can find it.
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