We sign a boy, Jonny Williams, who's been signed for the fact of him being creative. We are, and have been, playing football, which is pretty dull. We've just played away against Middlebro and a had generally pretty poor display and YET He starts this game away to Yeovil on the bench. A player who came on as a sub for Gareth Bale in a recent Welsh international. Reminiscent of the lad who came from Villa, Jordan Graham.
…by the signing of Jordan Graham from Aston Villa, in that we signed him back on November 28th until January 4th, which is only 10 days away, and yet he's not really had a run of games to show what he can do? He came on for one game at home and from what he showed was good, had a lovely first touch of control, clearly likes running at defenders and yet is not being played. It's not as though we could't do with a bit of width in our play, playing as we do 3 tussling central midfield players. I personally would play Hunt and Graham, left and right and drop either Tunnicliffe or Hyam, with Nouble as well. Having McGoldrick and Murphy up front. Using Graham's pace for crosses to supply Murphy, who can be feeding McGoldrick in the box.
…its being anticipated that Ebanks Blake won't start until the Preston game is there any likelihood that SEB could perhaps be on the bench for todays game against Watford, bringing him on for the last 15-20 minutes?? He needs his match fitness improving so why not have him there to call on for a last spell in the second half...
The team that I would choose and would of considered from day one of this season is;
Hewitt - Attacking full back
Chambers Berra Smith
Cresswell - Attacking full back
Tunnicliffe Skuse Wordsworth
Loach Murphy Hyam Marriott Anderson Tabb Veseli
I know there may be cons with this formation but its one thats always been curious with me, worth giving a chance. I think of the players in the middle and we'd have the strength of a holding player, a player with creativity and a player who likes to push forward from the middle, plus 2 young pacy full backs, with strength in central defense and Taylor playing in the hole behind McGoldrick. At least give it a go.