Wtf formation were Nodge playing? We had a nice 4-3-3 but they seemed to be McGovern in goal, Bennet and Klose as centre backs (with Pinto as a right wingback in the first half) and Jerome upfront, the rest of them just seemed to be running around in a shapeless mess - we should have beaten them, shouldn't we?
Early on a visibly angry Knudsen whistled at Sears to get his attention and then shouted 'Freddie' as he signalled for Sears to come in closer when Knudsen needed to release the ball (that poor distribution is not all Knidsen's fault) and Chambers was dishing out the verbal discipline later - especially when Douglas lost the ball near the end (and the rest of the team were looking daggers at Douglas too).
Is this a good sign that the players are as committed as they have ever been or do we add this to sweary Mick and interpret it as trouble at mill?
A few weeks ago Guthrum flagged up the important role that Polish pilots performed not only during the Battle of Britain but also in bringing previous knowledge of fighting the Luftwaffe when they arrived in Britain. Sometime I will post the details of the Polish codebreakers whose work made the work at Bletchley Park successful, but for today think on this: