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Why have ALL 10 outfield players back in our own box just now 16:11 - Apr 10 with 130 viewshoppy

...defending a free kick, and then the corner afterwards? We then booted it out and no-one was up to make anything of a break.

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Why have ALL 10 outfield players back in our own box just now on 16:15 - Apr 10 with 113 viewsTieDyedIn95



Sums up our players.

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Why have ALL 10 outfield players back in our own box just now on 16:17 - Apr 10 with 99 viewsSwansea_Blue

It seems to be a standard thing these days. You see loads of teams doing it. I suppose the thinking is you do everything you can to avoid conceding a goal. And that philosophy when extended out to every aspect of play probably explains why we're all bored sh*tless and we don't win enough.

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