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Lamberts rotation policy... 08:52 - Dec 16 with 497 viewsReuser_is_God

I'm sick to the back teeth of it now but I think we as fans need to suck it up for the next few weeks over the festive period as their will obviously be changes over this time, which is understandable.

He's got until after the Exeter game to work out his best team/formation & to stick with it from then.

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Lamberts rotation policy... on 08:55 - Dec 16 with 490 viewsitfcjoe

This from Stuart Watson in the verdict was an excellent spot:

https://www.eadt.co.uk/sport/the-verdict-ipswich-1-bristol-rovers-2-1-6426032

It just feels like Lambert, having done and said what we all wanted to hear, is now suffering an identity crisis. What does he want this team to be over the long-term? We need to see where this is going.

Aggressive, all-action, high-tempo, in your faces - that 'rock and roll' football he spoke about? Fine. Build a team in your mould and stick to that.

Or does he want patient, possession-based, trust that our quality will ultimately break you down football? Fine. Commit to that.

Yes, you have to be adaptable and versatile, but you always have to start with a trusty Plan A. He might be keeping opposition managers guessing, but he's also keeping his own players guessing too. At times that's shown.

Rival teams are starting to really gel, becoming greater than the sum of their parts. The power of Ipswich's individual talents diminishes as result.

Lambert might want to remember a conversation he had with one of his many good German contacts. In an interview he gave to the Guardian back in February, the Blues boss recalled how, during his time in charge of Aston Villa, then Bayer Leverkusen manager Roger Schmidt asked him why he had frequently changed system.

"I was just trying to get a result," Lambert told his friend. "You'll confuse the players," was Schmidt's reply.

Lambert admitted: "I'd been confusing myself with the systems. Back three, four, five, two in the middle, three, couldn't get the result. He was right. I decided I wasn't going to waver from that advice."

It's good advice. Time for the confusion to stop. Time to take this relationship to the next level.

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Lamberts rotation policy... on 09:00 - Dec 16 with 455 viewsHerbivore

Lamberts rotation policy... on 08:55 - Dec 16 by itfcjoe

This from Stuart Watson in the verdict was an excellent spot:

https://www.eadt.co.uk/sport/the-verdict-ipswich-1-bristol-rovers-2-1-6426032

It just feels like Lambert, having done and said what we all wanted to hear, is now suffering an identity crisis. What does he want this team to be over the long-term? We need to see where this is going.

Aggressive, all-action, high-tempo, in your faces - that 'rock and roll' football he spoke about? Fine. Build a team in your mould and stick to that.

Or does he want patient, possession-based, trust that our quality will ultimately break you down football? Fine. Commit to that.

Yes, you have to be adaptable and versatile, but you always have to start with a trusty Plan A. He might be keeping opposition managers guessing, but he's also keeping his own players guessing too. At times that's shown.

Rival teams are starting to really gel, becoming greater than the sum of their parts. The power of Ipswich's individual talents diminishes as result.

Lambert might want to remember a conversation he had with one of his many good German contacts. In an interview he gave to the Guardian back in February, the Blues boss recalled how, during his time in charge of Aston Villa, then Bayer Leverkusen manager Roger Schmidt asked him why he had frequently changed system.

"I was just trying to get a result," Lambert told his friend. "You'll confuse the players," was Schmidt's reply.

Lambert admitted: "I'd been confusing myself with the systems. Back three, four, five, two in the middle, three, couldn't get the result. He was right. I decided I wasn't going to waver from that advice."

It's good advice. Time for the confusion to stop. Time to take this relationship to the next level.


Odd that he's spent all season ignoring that good advice.

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Lamberts rotation policy... on 09:16 - Dec 16 with 427 viewsReuser_is_God

Lamberts rotation policy... on 08:55 - Dec 16 by itfcjoe

This from Stuart Watson in the verdict was an excellent spot:

https://www.eadt.co.uk/sport/the-verdict-ipswich-1-bristol-rovers-2-1-6426032

It just feels like Lambert, having done and said what we all wanted to hear, is now suffering an identity crisis. What does he want this team to be over the long-term? We need to see where this is going.

Aggressive, all-action, high-tempo, in your faces - that 'rock and roll' football he spoke about? Fine. Build a team in your mould and stick to that.

Or does he want patient, possession-based, trust that our quality will ultimately break you down football? Fine. Commit to that.

Yes, you have to be adaptable and versatile, but you always have to start with a trusty Plan A. He might be keeping opposition managers guessing, but he's also keeping his own players guessing too. At times that's shown.

Rival teams are starting to really gel, becoming greater than the sum of their parts. The power of Ipswich's individual talents diminishes as result.

Lambert might want to remember a conversation he had with one of his many good German contacts. In an interview he gave to the Guardian back in February, the Blues boss recalled how, during his time in charge of Aston Villa, then Bayer Leverkusen manager Roger Schmidt asked him why he had frequently changed system.

"I was just trying to get a result," Lambert told his friend. "You'll confuse the players," was Schmidt's reply.

Lambert admitted: "I'd been confusing myself with the systems. Back three, four, five, two in the middle, three, couldn't get the result. He was right. I decided I wasn't going to waver from that advice."

It's good advice. Time for the confusion to stop. Time to take this relationship to the next level.


Yes, I remember that bit from the interview at the time.

He really does need to remind himself of that otherwise he’s going to royally balls this up.

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Lamberts rotation policy... on 09:18 - Dec 16 with 427 viewschicoazul

I am persuaded of the virtues of rotation by the millions of people on here who have constantly told me it means all our players will be fit and firing from Feb onwards, it's his ongoing change of formations that is truly insane.

I have it in commission, to comfort the feeble-minded, and to support the weak. You must needs go along with us; we will wait for you, we will lend you our help, we will deny ourselves of some things, both opinionated and practical, for your sake; we will not enter into doubtful disputations before you, we will be made all things to you, rather than you shall be left behind
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Lamberts rotation policy... on 09:20 - Dec 16 with 408 viewsBlueBadger

Lamberts rotation policy... on 09:16 - Dec 16 by Reuser_is_God

Yes, I remember that bit from the interview at the time.

He really does need to remind himself of that otherwise he’s going to royally balls this up.


He probably will once he's done reminding us that he won the Champion's League once.

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