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I saw that as tactically naive... 18:50 - Dec 21 with 812 viewsKeaneish

I made Pompey’s line-up a 4231 and ours a 532. Beg to differ but if that’s the case, why didn’t we maintain our 433 from last week? I assume in a 532 PL wanted to utilise the width to nullify their three backing up Harrison but we moved the ball far too slowly from the off to do this. Whenever we did get it wide, Pompey closed the space - did we remedy this quickly? No.

Using a 433 our two centre backs would have taken care of Harrison, their three behind him would have a free run at our full backs but so what? We’d be outgunning Harrison in the box 2-to1 and it would have left Skuse to do what he does best, pick up their more dynamic player and mark him out the game. Nolan and Downes could then get on the front foot and compete against their defensive two which they would have had the beating of and we’d have had three on four to stretch their back line as well as acres of space to drop into on a counter to move them around.

It’s all very well in hindsight but we were on the back foot from the first whistle. I thought PL approached every game to win? The above is a better approach to winning in my view unless I completely misread Pompey’s system?

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I saw that as tactically naive... on 21:04 - Dec 21 with 697 viewsArnieM

Ffs , what happened to pass and move forwards ?

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I saw that as tactically naive... on 21:07 - Dec 21 with 688 viewsWD19

How much experience is required for ‘naive’ to cross over into ‘incompetence’?

Asking for a friend.
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I saw that as tactically naive... on 21:11 - Dec 21 with 650 viewsm14_blue

Or we could just not worry about matching up to the opposition, play our best players in our best formation and let them worry about us for once.
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I saw that as tactically naive... on 21:19 - Dec 21 with 617 viewsitfcjoe

3 centre backs with Skuse in front is never, ever required

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I saw that as tactically naive... on 13:37 - Dec 22 with 363 viewsKeaneish

I saw that as tactically naive... on 21:07 - Dec 21 by WD19

How much experience is required for ‘naive’ to cross over into ‘incompetence’?

Asking for a friend.


I’ll get back to you once I’ve spoken to Mr. Nsiala.

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I saw that as tactically naive... on 13:39 - Dec 22 with 355 viewsBluefish

I saw that as tactically naive... on 21:19 - Dec 21 by itfcjoe

3 centre backs with Skuse in front is never, ever required


It is one of our many red lines that we seem to have given up on

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I saw that as tactically naive... on 13:40 - Dec 22 with 352 viewsBluefish

This board doesn't want your negativity, you need to get behind the manager

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I saw that as tactically naive... on 19:46 - Dec 22 with 274 viewsKeaneish

I saw that as tactically naive... on 13:40 - Dec 22 by Bluefish

This board doesn't want your negativity, you need to get behind the manager


I think it wants fickle fans less.

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