Pep Guardiola - 2017/18 assessment

Discussion in 'Player Performances' started by dave_blue12, 22 Aug 2017.

  1. Craig

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    It's a good excuse when his formation is awful in relation to the personnel at his disposal.
     
  2. cookster

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    Not good traits in any person.
     
  3. Benarbia

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    It may be excellent at times but that first half was pathetic, slow, pedestrian etc etc etc
     
  4. BigBluey

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    Brilliant Manager no doubt but he has a tendency for putting the odd round pegs in square holes. Sane is no wing back etc.
    He knows what the premier league is all about now - so he needs to stop trying to over think things.
     
  5. portisheadblue

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    What I don't understand is Pep running over to wooney then back slapping and hugging him

    Who is Pep working for?
     
  6. BufordUSABlue

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    A point i was making all the first half..... we have to play a quick tempo against the bus parkers, especially at home!
     
  7. Scar Tissue

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    Agreed.

    It's hard to watch the lads when a chance is created. They are all on tenterhooks to see if it goes in. If it doesn't hands go to heads. These are all top class players.
     
  8. BufordUSABlue

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    This, well said that man! I love the man but i also think he may be overthinking things now..
     
  9. cleavers

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    While he could do with stop publicly announcing it, I'd hope he is ramming it down their throats in training, because too many keep trying to score the perfect goal.

    Its not down to luck that many teams can score 1 from 3 chances, and yet we only score 1 from 20.
     
  10. Neville Kneville

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    If telling people to score actually helped, it would be pretty easy.

    We have two of the world's top goalscorers in Aguero & Jesus & there is no guarantee that any signing will improve on their recent situation. What we need, is both of them playing to their level. Indeed Jesus never even had a problem, but is now getting one.
     

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