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New managers tactics....?



“We spoke to the Head Coach about how we want to do things and we’ve used these few days to put the last few games behind us. We’ve done that now and he’s come in with a lot of energy and a lot of smiles.


“One of the first things he told us was that if we’re going to turn this around, we need positive, smiling players and if we’re doing that and fighting for each other, then we can achieve it





Smile and everything will turn out ok!! Glad to see he's brought his vast managerial experience with him from the Belgian Conference. His previous side must have been a glum outfit as their results certainly don't reflect a happy, smiling work ethic??
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  • Where does it say "smile and everything will turn out OK"?
  • fucking hell, we are in for a long few months in we are gonna pick apart every single sentence the man says.

    Be pissed off at RD & KM, mock every single word they say from now on, but KF and the players should just be left to get on with things for the time being.

    Agreed - should be targetting RD/KM
  • braydex said:

    Glad to see he's brought his vast managerial experience with him from the Belgian Conference. His previous side must have been a glum outfit as their results certainly don't reflect a happy, smiling work ethic??

    I don't get these comments to be honest. He was working with part-time footballers whilst doing other work for RD. It's obvious they were not very good players and what is he supposed to do? You can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. Let's see how he does with better players shall we? After all he did okay last time round. I'm really surprised that because of previous efforts with us that Karel isn't being cut a bit of slack here.

  • fucking hell, we are in for a long few months in we are gonna pick apart every single sentence the man says.

    Be pissed off at RD & KM, mock every single word they say from now on, but KF and the players should just be left to get on with things for the time being.

    Gary's right.

    Simon didn't say "Smile and everything will be alright" or even "Smiling is our only tactic".

    Seems to be Fry realised that positive happy players are more likely to succeed.

    Simon did also say that he and the other players had been told how Fry wants the team to play but he didn't go further.

  • We're going to have actual tactics now? I'm going to have to get myself ready for that sort of behaviour.

    (I expect it will be the limited edition Minions variety.)



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  • seth plum said:

    A plan for Karel:

    Get the players fit.
    Get the players fitter.
    Get the players fitter than the opposition.

    1) When we get the ball make a quick decision whether to pass, shoot, run, dribble, clear it or whatever, make the decision quickly (....you listening Ba?).
    2) When a team mate has the ball make sure you move into line of sight to give them that option to pass, however far away from them you are.
    3) When the opposition have the ball, get between the ball and the goal, or attempt to, track back, and when close enough tackle, and if not close enough stay with the nearest opponent.

    All throw ins take quickly and down the line.

    Suss out their danger man in the first 10 minutes and double up on him.
    Suss out 'your' man in the first ten minutes and be responsible for him.
    Know the area of the pitch you're supposed to be playing in.

    In training practice endless 1/2's.
    Routines with players you're most likely to be near during games.
    Endless shooting and heading practice.
    Set pieces.

    Everybody keep your mouths shut and don't argue with the ref.

    Hope for the best.

    Kind Regards

    Seth Plum

    ASDA 'Q' Qualified Coach.

    ...and, while you're doing it, don't forget to smile.
  • seth plum said:

    A plan for Karel:

    Get the players fit.
    Get the players fitter.
    Get the players fitter than the opposition.

    1) When we get the ball make a quick decision whether to pass, shoot, run, dribble, clear it or whatever, make the decision quickly (....you listening Ba?).
    2) When a team mate has the ball make sure you move into line of sight to give them that option to pass, however far away from them you are.
    3) When the opposition have the ball, get between the ball and the goal, or attempt to, track back, and when close enough tackle, and if not close enough stay with the nearest opponent.

    All throw ins take quickly and down the line.

    Suss out their danger man in the first 10 minutes and double up on him.
    Suss out 'your' man in the first ten minutes and be responsible for him.
    Know the area of the pitch you're supposed to be playing in.

    In training practice endless 1/2's.
    Routines with players you're most likely to be near during games.
    Endless shooting and heading practice.
    Set pieces.

    Everybody keep your mouths shut and don't argue with the ref.

    Hope for the best.

    Kind Regards

    Seth Plum

    ASDA 'Q' Qualified Coach.

    If it was my choice, i'd happily give you the job based on that!
  • seth plum said:

    A plan for Karel:

    Get the players fit.
    Get the players fitter.
    Get the players fitter than the opposition.

    1) When we get the ball make a quick decision whether to pass, shoot, run, dribble, clear it or whatever, make the decision quickly (....you listening Ba?).
    2) When a team mate has the ball make sure you move into line of sight to give them that option to pass, however far away from them you are.
    3) When the opposition have the ball, get between the ball and the goal, or attempt to, track back, and when close enough tackle, and if not close enough stay with the nearest opponent.

    All throw ins take quickly and down the line.

    Suss out their danger man in the first 10 minutes and double up on him.
    Suss out 'your' man in the first ten minutes and be responsible for him.
    Know the area of the pitch you're supposed to be playing in.

    In training practice endless 1/2's.
    Routines with players you're most likely to be near during games.
    Endless shooting and heading practice.
    Set pieces.

    Everybody keep your mouths shut and don't argue with the ref.

    Hope for the best.

    Kind Regards

    Seth Plum

    ASDA 'Q' Qualified Coach.

    scout the other team? You nearly had my backing
  • seth plum said:

    A plan for Karel:

    Get the players fit.
    Get the players fitter.
    Get the players fitter than the opposition.

    1) When we get the ball make a quick decision whether to pass, shoot, run, dribble, clear it or whatever, make the decision quickly (....you listening Ba?).
    2) When a team mate has the ball make sure you move into line of sight to give them that option to pass, however far away from them you are.
    3) When the opposition have the ball, get between the ball and the goal, or attempt to, track back, and when close enough tackle, and if not close enough stay with the nearest opponent.

    All throw ins take quickly and down the line.

    Suss out their danger man in the first 10 minutes and double up on him.
    Suss out 'your' man in the first ten minutes and be responsible for him.
    Know the area of the pitch you're supposed to be playing in.

    In training practice endless 1/2's.
    Routines with players you're most likely to be near during games.
    Endless shooting and heading practice.
    Set pieces.

    Everybody keep your mouths shut and don't argue with the ref.

    Hope for the best.

    Kind Regards

    Seth Plum

    ASDA 'Q' Qualified Coach.

    That's excellent but by the time its been through the Google translator from whatever language our interim head coach speaks into English and then again into whatever language the players speak, in their own language it will read:

    Get the players fit.
    Get the players form.
    Get the players forming the opposition.

    1) When we get the ball take a quick decision if you want to pass, shoot, run, dribble, light or whatever, to make the decision quickly (Ba .... you listening?).
    2) When a teammate has the ball you make sure to move the crosshairs to give them the opportunity to use, but far from them, you are.
    3) When the opposition has the ball, get the ball and the goal, or try to, track, and when close enough to attack, and if not close enough to stay with the nearest opponent.

    All ins and throw quickly take down the line.

    Süss threatening their man in the first 10 minutes and doubling him.
    Süss on "your" man in the first ten minutes, and be responsible for him.
    Knowing the area of ​​the field, you are supposed to play in.

    In the exercise of endless training 1.2.
    Routines with players you are most likely to be around in the game.
    Endless and practice shooting position.
    Put the pieces.

    All keep your mouth shut and not to argue with the referee.
  • I suppose there are some good points about Saturday. Boro will have played extra time on a Wednesday and will be expecting us to roll over. Hopefully we can surprise them! I am not incredibly hopeful, but it is sort of possible!
  • Actually I've just put it through the English to Swedish Chef translator - it's more fun.

    Get zee-a pleyers feet. Get zee-a pleyers feetter. Get zee-a pleyers feetter thuon zee-a ouppusitiun. 1) Vhee-a ve-a get zee-a bell meke-a a quoick deceesiun vhezeer tu pess, shuot, ruon, dribble-a, cleer it our vhetefer, meke-a zee-a deceesiun quoickly (....yuou leestening Ba?). 2) Vhee-a a teem mete-a hes zee-a bell meke-a suore-a yuou mufe-a intu leene-a ouff sight tu geefe-a zeem zeet ouptiun tu pess, huoefer fer ivey frum zeem yuou ire-a. 3) Vhee-a zee-a ouppusitiun hefe-a zee-a bell, get betvee-a zee-a bell und zee-a guel, our ittempt tu, treck beck, und vhee-a cluse-a inuough teckle-a, und iff nut cluse-a inuough stey vit zee-a neerest ouppunent. Ill thruo ins teke-a quoickly und duon zee-a leene-a. Suoss ouout zeeur duonger muon in zee-a furst 10 meenuotes und duouble-a up oun heem. Suoss ouout 'yuour' muon in zee-a furst tee-a meenuotes und be-a respunsible-a fur heem. Knuo zee-a irea ouff zee-a pitch yuou're-a suoppused tu be-a pleying in. In treening prectice-a indless 1/2's. Ruoutines vit pleyers yuou're-a must leekely tu be-a neer duoring gemes. Indless shuoting und heedeeng prectice-a. Set pieces. Iferybudy keep yuour muouths shuot und dun't irguoe-a vit zee-a reff. Bork Bork Bork!
  • カレルの計画:

    プレイヤーがフィット取得します。
    プレイヤーはフィッタを取得します。
    プレイヤーは野党よりもフィッター得ます。

    1)我々はすぐに、ボールの決定を変更撃つ、実行し、ドリブル、クリアまたはものは何でも、すぐに判断を下すことができた場合は(BA ....あなたは聞いて)。
    チームメイトがボールを持っている場合2)あなたがそれらを与えるために、その機会を与えるために視線を移動するが、遠く離れた彼らからであることを確認してください。
    3)ときに反対はバックトラック、ボールとゴール、または試みの間に取得し、ボールを持っている、とするときに対処するのに十分近く、最寄りの相手と十分に近く滞在していない場合。

    すべてのインとすぐにスローラインを降ろします。

    最初の10分で、その危険男をSUSS、彼を倍増。
    ズース "あなたの"最初の10分の男と彼のために責任を負います。
    あなたが果たすべきフィールドの面積を知っています。

    トレーニング実際には無限の半分の。
    あなたは試合中に地域で最も可能性が高いですプレイヤーとルーチン。
    エンドレス撮影や見出し練習。
    ピースを置きます。

    誰もがあなたの口を閉じておくと審判と議論しません。

    最善の結果を願っています。

    敬具
  • cafcfan said:

    seth plum said:

    A plan for Karel:

    Get the players fit.
    Get the players fitter.
    Get the players fitter than the opposition.

    1) When we get the ball make a quick decision whether to pass, shoot, run, dribble, clear it or whatever, make the decision quickly (....you listening Ba?).
    2) When a team mate has the ball make sure you move into line of sight to give them that option to pass, however far away from them you are.
    3) When the opposition have the ball, get between the ball and the goal, or attempt to, track back, and when close enough tackle, and if not close enough stay with the nearest opponent.

    All throw ins take quickly and down the line.

    Suss out their danger man in the first 10 minutes and double up on him.
    Suss out 'your' man in the first ten minutes and be responsible for him.
    Know the area of the pitch you're supposed to be playing in.

    In training practice endless 1/2's.
    Routines with players you're most likely to be near during games.
    Endless shooting and heading practice.
    Set pieces.

    Everybody keep your mouths shut and don't argue with the ref.

    Hope for the best.

    Kind Regards

    Seth Plum

    ASDA 'Q' Qualified Coach.

    That's excellent but by the time its been through the Google translator from whatever language our interim head coach speaks into English and then again into whatever language the players speak, in their own language it will read:

    Get the players fit.
    Get the players form.
    Get the players forming the opposition.

    1) When we get the ball take a quick decision if you want to pass, shoot, run, dribble, light or whatever, to make the decision quickly (Ba .... you listening?).
    2) When a teammate has the ball you make sure to move the crosshairs to give them the opportunity to use, but far from them, you are.
    3) When the opposition has the ball, get the ball and the goal, or try to, track, and when close enough to attack, and if not close enough to stay with the nearest opponent.

    All ins and throw quickly take down the line.

    Süss threatening their man in the first 10 minutes and doubling him.
    Süss on "your" man in the first ten minutes, and be responsible for him.
    Knowing the area of ​​the field, you are supposed to play in.

    In the exercise of endless training 1.2.
    Routines with players you are most likely to be around in the game.
    Endless and practice shooting position.
    Put the pieces.

    All keep your mouth shut and not to argue with the referee.
    and a few more translations and you get this (which sounds like exactly the kind of tactics we should be following (particularly the bit about threatening husbands and being responsible sweeting))...

    Players seem.
    Players seem.
    The players themselves create resistance.

    1) If we take a decision quickly to pass, shoot, run, dodge, light or whatever you want to make a decision too quickly (Ba .... ¿Are you listening?).
    2) When a player has the ball be sure to move the crosshairs to give them the opportunity to use, but apart from them, you are.
    3) If the opposition has the ball, catch the ball and the goal, or try to control and, if close enough to attack, and if it is not enough to stay with close rivals.

    All add-ons and pull quickly to take the line.

    SUSS to threaten her husband in the first 10 minutes and duplication.
    Responsible sweet "their" man in the first ten minutes, and for them.
    The location of the field should be playing with them.

    In the exercise of endless training 1.2.
    Routines and players who are more likely to be in the game.
    The lack of practical shooting position.
    Putting the pieces.

    Keep both your mouth and not arguing with the referee.

    I hope for the best.

    Sincerely

    Seth Plum

    ASDA qualified instructors 'Q'.
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  • New managers tactics....? For Middlesborough away........

    Bring an abacus and don't unpack your bags.
  • 1) Don't go to away matches looking for a point - we get caught out, go behind and can't readjust our tactic well enough.
    2) Always look to play the ball forward.
    3) Go forward with the ball if the opponent backs-off or space opens up in front of you.
    4) Have shots - however hopeful they may look, they often produce rebounds, deflections and recycled attacks.
    5) Wingers - cross the ball first time, you don't have time to change feet and set-up a better angle.
    6) Midfielders - take on your opponent when you have the ball - this will develop play and produce attacks
    7) Strikers - stay close to our tall guy so he can knock it down or knock it on for you.
    8) All - call for the ball and call instructions/warnings to team-mates - this will keep play organised.
    9) All - don't be afraid to run into the box with the ball instead of passing - this varies the play and keeps defences guessing.
    10) All - get closer to your opponent and tackle, do not allow him the luxury of picking out the best pass.

    It's not rocket science, and as spectators we think one/all of these things every week.
    We can see it, and I think the players can see it too - but they are not "coached" by people who know the Championship, and are probably told not to play confident football using the basics above.
  • edited October 2015
    That main post seems good to me, its not really Fraeyes fault at the end of the day that's been given the job but RD for running the club very very badly
  • braydex said:



    “We spoke to the Head Coach about how we want to do things and we’ve used these few days to put the last few games behind us. We’ve done that now and he’s come in with a lot of energy and a lot of smiles.


    “One of the first things he told us was that if we’re going to turn this around, we need positive, smiling players and if we’re doing that and fighting for each other, then we can achieve it





    Smile and everything will turn out ok!! Glad to see he's brought his vast managerial experience with him from the Belgian Conference. His previous side must have been a glum outfit as their results certainly don't reflect a happy, smiling work ethic??

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    Could be a lot worse, we could have got this prick back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • New managers tactics
    1, Don't pack to much luggage.
    2, Don't book the hotel room for more than a few days at a time
    3, Don't question Roland on team selection
    4, Don't forget to pack suitcase as soon as Kat says my job is safe
    5, Don't say who the fuck is he when asked how you think things will go with Jason Euell
    6, Don't forget to claim a win bonus if the impossible happens
    7, Don't forget to blaim the size of the squad when we lose my last game in charge
    8, Don't forget to make the players smile at all times
  • seth plum said:

    カレルの計画:

    プレイヤーがフィット取得します。
    プレイヤーはフィッタを取得します。
    プレイヤーは野党よりもフィッター得ます。

    1)我々はすぐに、ボールの決定を変更撃つ、実行し、ドリブル、クリアまたはものは何でも、すぐに判断を下すことができた場合は(BA ....あなたは聞いて)。
    チームメイトがボールを持っている場合2)あなたがそれらを与えるために、その機会を与えるために視線を移動するが、遠く離れた彼らからであることを確認してください。
    3)ときに反対はバックトラック、ボールとゴール、または試みの間に取得し、ボールを持っている、とするときに対処するのに十分近く、最寄りの相手と十分に近く滞在していない場合。

    すべてのインとすぐにスローラインを降ろします。

    最初の10分で、その危険男をSUSS、彼を倍増。
    ズース "あなたの"最初の10分の男と彼のために責任を負います。
    あなたが果たすべきフィールドの面積を知っています。

    トレーニング実際には無限の半分の。
    あなたは試合中に地域で最も可能性が高いですプレイヤーとルーチン。
    エンドレス撮影や見出し練習。
    ピースを置きます。

    誰もがあなたの口を閉じておくと審判と議論しません。

    最善の結果を願っています。

    敬具

    了阿迪克斯
  • IA said:

    seth plum said:

    カレルの計画:

    プレイヤーがフィット取得します。
    プレイヤーはフィッタを取得します。
    プレイヤーは野党よりもフィッター得ます。

    1)我々はすぐに、ボールの決定を変更撃つ、実行し、ドリブル、クリアまたはものは何でも、すぐに判断を下すことができた場合は(BA ....あなたは聞いて)。
    チームメイトがボールを持っている場合2)あなたがそれらを与えるために、その機会を与えるために視線を移動するが、遠く離れた彼らからであることを確認してください。
    3)ときに反対はバックトラック、ボールとゴール、または試みの間に取得し、ボールを持っている、とするときに対処するのに十分近く、最寄りの相手と十分に近く滞在していない場合。

    すべてのインとすぐにスローラインを降ろします。

    最初の10分で、その危険男をSUSS、彼を倍増。
    ズース "あなたの"最初の10分の男と彼のために責任を負います。
    あなたが果たすべきフィールドの面積を知っています。

    トレーニング実際には無限の半分の。
    あなたは試合中に地域で最も可能性が高いですプレイヤーとルーチン。
    エンドレス撮影や見出し練習。
    ピースを置きます。

    誰もがあなたの口を閉じておくと審判と議論しません。

    最善の結果を願っています。

    敬具

    了阿迪克斯
    Engineering works that weekend
  • "Make us tougher to beat"
  • "Make us tougher to beat"

    Knowing our luck we'd park the bus and still concede after someone leaves a window open or something for the ball to go through
  • If the opposition can score 3 in the first half we can do the same in the second half.
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