So we've just played Liverpool, and once again we've failed to put away a lot of good chances. What's worrying is that this is becoming a theme more than ever, to the extent that Pep is blaming it ahead of anything else for our failings this season. It's annoying, because it's not like we're testing the goalkeepers. We have an unenviable inability to hit the ball towards goal regardless of the circumstance. Whether it's just poor finishing or just something silly like falling over, we're doing it. What makes it worse, is if you watch teams like Tottenham and especially Chelsea, is that they score all sorts of goals from sometimes seems to be very few opportunities. So what is it? Is it a confidence issue? Lack of composure due to pressure? Are they getting too excited to score and losing focus? Are they just plain bad? And I know some chances are clearer than others, and a lot of chances we get really aren't chances. But we miss too many of every kind of them for it to just be nothing. Or am I missing something? Please can one of you clear this up for me? It's just too confusing!