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Paul is outstanding here.

The Roar's A-League expert tips and predictions: Match Week 14

JB,

I am not Will, the one who use Will as the alias here. I am cool and cold.

I have changed my alias a number of times here. I used to call you JB Hi Fi. If you remember, you know me.

Regards

Have we seriously overrated Brisbane Roar?

JB,
Akbari was substituted in 2 minutes after the goal lost. Are they the same men before the goal lost? Are the formation the same?

I have to give you full marks for persisting without fully understand.

Have we seriously overrated Brisbane Roar?

How can “no striker” be new?
Ange Postecoglou played 4-2-2-2 when he was in Melbourne Victory. Archie Thompson was one of the wingers. I cannot remember the other one.
In a 4-2-2-2 formation, there is no centre forward. Archie Thompson scored some goals as a winger. The left winger passes to the the ball to the right winger to score during counter attack.
According to wiki, this formation was used by France under Michel Hidalgo at the 1982 World Cup and Euro 1984, and later by Henri Michel at the 1986 World Cup.

Have we seriously overrated Brisbane Roar?

JB,
Formation of last week was different.
It was a 3-4-3 not 3-5-2
…. Trewin…………..Aldred…………..Gillesphey……………
Hingert …… O’Shea…………..Daley………..Brown
……Danzaki, ……Wenzel-Halls……….Champness
The goal lost happened at 72’, and Akbari was substituted in at 74′, 2 minutes later. Akbari substitute Daley actually. Then how can my 3-5-2 be the same as the formation last week?

Have we seriously overrated Brisbane Roar?

His comment on O’Shea support’s on the whole idea of his comment about needing a good central distributor.
His comment on Danzaki means this young man should develop more on distributing and creativity.
His comment Wenzel Halls may mean Wenzel Halls should develop more on distribution, assisting and creativity. So, Wenzel Halls may change to play a mid-fielder at the later stage of his career.
Yes, Akbari is one of the young players who can shoot. Therefore, the coach can consider him playing the attacking role. Again, he should be trained to be more creative and distributive.
Most of the goals lost in this season start with the weakness at the right back. This may be associated with the departure of Scott Neville.
This is a place for blogs not thesis. Therefore, he does not have to link his 4 comments on the 4 players with the comment on the coach necessarily.
to my idea the coach is alright because he is young and new. That means it is better to give suggestions for him to consider.
Consider:
Change 3-4-3 to 3-5-2
………………. Trewin…………..Aldred…………..Gillesphey……………
Hingert …… Akbari…………….O’Shea…………..Daley………..Brown
……………………………….Danzaki………..Wenzel-Halls
As said, most of the ball lost started from the weakness on the right back. With double wing-backs (Hingert and Akbari), the problem can hopefully be solved.
In a 3-4-3 formation, Trewin (just 19) may not be sure when to play as a full back and when as a right back.
For a young full back, It is hard to reach the level of Avraam Papadopoulos or Jade North. Papadopoulos might reach the right side line sometimes.

Have we seriously overrated Brisbane Roar?

“The problem is McDonald is 38 years old, and is being forced to run out the full 90 minutes.”

Then, he injured and the injury may make him off for 3 months. He may retire consequently.

As for the smarter coaches, reserve Ninkovic and Diamanti to play 20 to 25 minutes only.

Have we seriously overrated Brisbane Roar?

Yes, overrated but not seriously overrated.
At the beginning of the season, no one tipped Roars will win the premiership. That means not seriously overrated.
The problem now may relate to the absence of MacDonald, the very experienced player, and the under-preforming Golgol and Kudo. These players cannot be replaced quickly. The solution is to play young player with high tempo.

Have we seriously overrated Brisbane Roar?

Then, entitled to be fined by the club, if the club has anti-diving policy, like Shannon Cole.

Then, entitled to be attached with the innuendo throughout the career.

Plain simple.

Diver!

Scripting a Mariners A-League fairytale

People do not like to target someone for sake just arguing. However, as someone has bought about diving, it is interesting to know if Adelaide United has the “no diving policy”.

Should the 3 penalties not given against CCM, CCM is 10 points ahead of the 2nd place MacArthur.

Let’s have a look at the decade old incident in which Shannon Cole was fined by his own club Sydney FC for diving in the match against GCU, https://greatmomentsofsportsmanship.com/%E2%80%98tis-the-season-not-to-dive-part-1/#:~:text=Australia’s%20Sydney%20FC%20have%20taken,tumble’%20in%20the%20penalty%20box.&text=Sydney%20FC%20have%20a%20’No,fined%20Cole%20an%20undisclosed%20amount.

Has Stefan Mauk been fined? Has Ben Halloran been fined? Innuendo? Who with?

Scripting a Mariners A-League fairytale

WU has shown difficulties without Diamanti last night. Will this happen to Sydney FC without Ninovic?

The Roar's A-League expert tips and predictions: Matchweek 12

This season will be competitive.
Sydney FC dominated last night when Diamanti was absent. However, Ninkovic will be out of the matches to come too.

Sydney FC have become the hunters in A-League title defence

How can’t CCM get another 12 points from the remaining 15 matches to reach his saying of 36 points for the finals?

Finals no certainty for Mariners: Stajcic

Haha,
Random?
Top derby.

How do Melbourne Victory save themselves from ruin?

O.. there is a match on Monday, CCM vs MacArthur.

How do Melbourne Victory save themselves from ruin?

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Where should a Technical Director be?

How do Melbourne Victory save themselves from ruin?

Thank you!
I am learning. So, a Technical Director is someone in the board of directors? This spark my interest. I research and found https://www.sportskeeda.com/football/understanding-football-club-hierarchy

However, there is no such “Technical Director”, nor “Coach” in the hierarchy. Where should a managing head coach be?

How do Melbourne Victory save themselves from ruin?

I know clearly what budgeting means as I worked in a big organisation. Budgeting involves all staff almost. Supposedly, a cleaning manager is preparing for a budget, he asks the lowest cleaner about the equipment conditions. Any new machine available can improve? The same is for the engineers. The engineers have to do budgeting also. When an engineer does a budget he asks the technicians also before handing his report to his manager. Eventually, there are different budget holders (of different level) holding different amount of sum of money for use.
So, when I say the managing head coach is doing budgeting also, it is correct. For example, which ever club employs Mourinho, the club is asked by Mourinho to have a big expenditure. That is a budgeting the head coach should do. The budget holder may ask Mourinho, with his amount of money, where the club will stand in the table.
How many training coaches are below the managing head coach? At least 3, I believe. I would rather have one more technical coach than a technical director to avoid conflicting ideas.
Anyway, I have never been a professional coach. So, let me learn if I am wrong.

How do Melbourne Victory save themselves from ruin?

Have been retrained not to talk about Robbie Kruse but someone brings it up.

Robbie Kruse should retire next year following the footsteps of Honda. He has been jogging all the time now. Cannot attack and defend. Caught in off-side all the time. Sad. Sad to retire 2 years earlier than the average retiring age of 35 but face the reality.

How do Melbourne Victory save themselves from ruin?

There is no need to have a technical director. The managing coach should be responsible for everything from recruiting, budgeting, training, strategic forming and tactic devising, etc. Waste money.

How do Melbourne Victory save themselves from ruin?

How do Melbourne Victory save themselves from ruin?
Hire a good coach first. Set the time frame to be 3 years to reach top 3. Train up young local players at the same time.

How do Melbourne Victory save themselves from ruin?

It is confirmed that MV cannot win the Premiership and Championship this year. I watched 30 minutes then switched off until finding out 0-6 the next day plus the replay. The conclusion is based on “not improving”.

Top performers: Melbourne Victory vs Melbourne City

Still cannot find out how this CCM has become so good. Maybe, the coach has let the players play simple because the squad is just ordinary. There is no sophistication. Being not a female soccer fan, I do not know if Alen Stajcic did the same in Matildas.

No more excuses - it’s time to talk about the A-League ladder

The prediction is a bit too early to conclude the below list.

1) Perth
2) Macarthur
3) Central Coast
4) Western United
5) Melbourne City
6) Sydney FC

MV is at the bottom with 7 points after 9 matches. Can MV be excluded from the top 6? The answer is no. Read the records in the previous seasons and see how many points needed to be in the top 6. You can write MV off the Premiership but cannot write it off the top 6.

The average points needed to be on the top 6 is around 35. Then can the current bottom team, MV, get another 28 points at the end?

Take a look at the result of Adelaide United’s 2015 2016 season, They got just 3 points after 8 matches but won the Premiership at the end with 49 points.

Can MV get another 28 points to reach possibly the top 6 with 17 matches (51 points available) remaining? Can MV have 9 or more wins for the rest of the season?

If the current bottom team, MV, cannot be written off the top 6 possibility, what is the use of predicting the top six above?

No more excuses - it’s time to talk about the A-League ladder

Diego Castro is good but he was not that good under Lowe. For seasons, he had been kicked down regularly. Professional foul is not ethical but people do all the time. So, people should watch the old videos to see how he was nullified.

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