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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? 19:58 - Jan 9 with 2749 viewscbower

He is spot on for me. Anyone find fault with what he says?

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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 19:59 - Jan 9 with 2479 viewsBluefish

What did he say?

Did he ask why the fan base didn't pay more attention to bluefish?

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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 19:59 - Jan 9 with 2492 viewsbluefunk

Could summarise his points pkease
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:00 - Jan 9 with 2445 viewsScuzzer

Not having heard what he said...would you like to enlighten us.

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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:01 - Jan 9 with 2384 viewsgordon

I certainly couldn't find any faults at all. Didn't hear a word of what he said though.
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:03 - Jan 9 with 2315 viewscbower

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:00 - Jan 9 by Scuzzer

Not having heard what he said...would you like to enlighten us.


That our problems are clear. We don't create enough and it is not just a question of personel but the formation we are persisting with just isn't working. Two up top please in essence.
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:03 - Jan 9 with 2289 viewsmonty_radio

That we carry no threat with one up top

That we need to play through the middle sometimes rather than rely on the lofted ball to the wing

That Jackson doesn't defend, but that's because he should be playing in a two

That we're not very good
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:05 - Jan 9 with 2170 viewsWicklowBlue

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:03 - Jan 9 by monty_radio

That we carry no threat with one up top

That we need to play through the middle sometimes rather than rely on the lofted ball to the wing

That Jackson doesn't defend, but that's because he should be playing in a two

That we're not very good
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Can't disagree with any of that in fairness. There is a lot to be fixed and have zero confidence in this management team to do that, and from what I saw tonight neither do the players!
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:08 - Jan 9 with 2083 viewsBluespeed225

Mills is bleeding inside watching this, has been for a lot time. People bang on about his voice, but no one has been more accurate in what’s going on, on and off the pitch at PR. Him and Jarrold, himself a Blue but no commentator, were almost taking the pee when the ball went across the back, to Dozzell, then back and across the back again,
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:15 - Jan 9 with 1926 viewslazyblue

He is always spot on with his assessment of tactics/games.
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:17 - Jan 9 with 1870 viewsIpswichKnight

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:03 - Jan 9 by monty_radio

That we carry no threat with one up top

That we need to play through the middle sometimes rather than rely on the lofted ball to the wing

That Jackson doesn't defend, but that's because he should be playing in a two

That we're not very good
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It’s bang on for me.
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:19 - Jan 9 with 1818 viewsreusersfreekicks

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:15 - Jan 9 by lazyblue

He is always spot on with his assessment of tactics/games.


Really? I don't find him to be that knowledgeable - pretty basic stuff.
Today it was clear that the wide players of the front 3 are miles to far from the centre forward. Tbf bluefish has said that for a while and on this occasion he is right
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:20 - Jan 9 with 1767 viewsjeera

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:08 - Jan 9 by Bluespeed225

Mills is bleeding inside watching this, has been for a lot time. People bang on about his voice, but no one has been more accurate in what’s going on, on and off the pitch at PR. Him and Jarrold, himself a Blue but no commentator, were almost taking the pee when the ball went across the back, to Dozzell, then back and across the back again,


He was clearly disappointed when he said how he was hoping the enforced break might do us a few favours, but how it was all just the same as before.

Nothing had changed a bit.

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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:24 - Jan 9 with 1683 viewsDurovigutum

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:19 - Jan 9 by reusersfreekicks

Really? I don't find him to be that knowledgeable - pretty basic stuff.
Today it was clear that the wide players of the front 3 are miles to far from the centre forward. Tbf bluefish has said that for a while and on this occasion he is right


The summary only needs to be basic as the problems are foundational, something that seems lost on the manager.
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:26 - Jan 9 with 1661 viewsSeablu

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:03 - Jan 9 by monty_radio

That we carry no threat with one up top

That we need to play through the middle sometimes rather than rely on the lofted ball to the wing

That Jackson doesn't defend, but that's because he should be playing in a two

That we're not very good
[Post edited 9 Jan 20:04]


It’s that lofted looping ball out to the wing that drives me absolutely potty.
It’s a nothing ball.
Which sums up what we play.
Nothingball.
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:30 - Jan 9 with 1609 viewsKropotkin123

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:03 - Jan 9 by cbower

That our problems are clear. We don't create enough and it is not just a question of personel but the formation we are persisting with just isn't working. Two up top please in essence.
[Post edited 9 Jan 20:04]


Yes, I disagree.

- Can Lambert coach players to be greater than the sum of their parts? Evidence suggests not.
- Can Lambert inspire the players to give every ounce of effort? Again, evidence suggests not.
- Does Lambert have the tactical skill to change a game? Again, evidence suggests not.

Add to that his way of integrating the youngsters does not sit right with me, nor does his treatment of the local media.

Sure, formation is a problem, as is what players in what position. But it isn't the only problem.

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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:33 - Jan 9 with 1560 viewsArnieM

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:19 - Jan 9 by reusersfreekicks

Really? I don't find him to be that knowledgeable - pretty basic stuff.
Today it was clear that the wide players of the front 3 are miles to far from the centre forward. Tbf bluefish has said that for a while and on this occasion he is right


Yes it might be pretty basic stuff, but that’s what this prat of a manager, Lambert doesn’t have a grasp of, is it ! THE BASICS .

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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:40 - Jan 9 with 1435 viewsdaisyisabaddog

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:03 - Jan 9 by cbower

That our problems are clear. We don't create enough and it is not just a question of personel but the formation we are persisting with just isn't working. Two up top please in essence.
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That's why he's on the radio. Two up front these days means you get over run in midfield
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:45 - Jan 9 with 1341 viewsBlue_Order

I will always agree with Mick Mills, and everybody else should too.
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:47 - Jan 9 with 1310 viewsTractorJed

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:19 - Jan 9 by reusersfreekicks

Really? I don't find him to be that knowledgeable - pretty basic stuff.
Today it was clear that the wide players of the front 3 are miles to far from the centre forward. Tbf bluefish has said that for a while and on this occasion he is right


That’s the point though, it’s basic stuff. A manger and coaching team that can’t see it.
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:48 - Jan 9 with 1274 viewsTractorJed

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:40 - Jan 9 by daisyisabaddog

That's why he's on the radio. Two up front these days means you get over run in midfield


No it doesn’t. Not in this league, it’s mechanical and slow.
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 21:07 - Jan 9 with 1129 viewsSeablu

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:40 - Jan 9 by daisyisabaddog

That's why he's on the radio. Two up front these days means you get over run in midfield


One up front is fine if you’re a tactically astute top division manager.
Lambert isn’t, however much he might think he is.
Two up front in League 1 isn’t going to overrun your midfield.
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 21:11 - Jan 9 with 1098 viewslazyblue

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:19 - Jan 9 by reusersfreekicks

Really? I don't find him to be that knowledgeable - pretty basic stuff.
Today it was clear that the wide players of the front 3 are miles to far from the centre forward. Tbf bluefish has said that for a while and on this occasion he is right


Yes, he has years of experience and every week he picks up quickly on what’s going wrong and it’s not just the basics of the so called three players upfront it’s much more than that.
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 21:19 - Jan 9 with 1027 viewsstiff_talking

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 21:11 - Jan 9 by lazyblue

Yes, he has years of experience and every week he picks up quickly on what’s going wrong and it’s not just the basics of the so called three players upfront it’s much more than that.


Mick is basically saying the tactics are wrong.
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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 21:26 - Jan 9 with 955 viewsjaykay

Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 20:30 - Jan 9 by Kropotkin123

Yes, I disagree.

- Can Lambert coach players to be greater than the sum of their parts? Evidence suggests not.
- Can Lambert inspire the players to give every ounce of effort? Again, evidence suggests not.
- Does Lambert have the tactical skill to change a game? Again, evidence suggests not.

Add to that his way of integrating the youngsters does not sit right with me, nor does his treatment of the local media.

Sure, formation is a problem, as is what players in what position. But it isn't the only problem.


what you look in a manager is to improve the players you have. every manger since sir alf has improved certain players in their squads. the list is endless with sir bob and george did in bucket loads. even mick for all his faults could improve a player.
i can't think of one player who lambert has improved

bring back callis ,young footers and let phil ham back in the press box

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Does anyone disagree with Mick Mills? on 21:32 - Jan 9 with 912 viewsNthsuffolkblue

The fault I can find with him generally is that he talks as if he could do the job when all evidence points to the contrary. However, he does often pick up on a lot of what is clearly wrong.

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