Scouts doing video analysis, an expanded window and a deal in China that falls under the virus: RocNation's Sam Stapleton reveals what it's like to work on transfers during the corona virus crisis … and what the future holds might look like
- I see the transfer window is expanding to allow for more lucrative deals
- Clubs in League One and Two For a very different scenario than January
- Club scouts will navigate by delay evaluating more video clips
- Coronavirus symptoms : what are they and should you see a doctor?
In my mind I can only see the transfer window will be extended to allow for more lucrative deals that will benefit not only the club, but also the value of the affiliated league.
The bigger the player in the league, the more lucrative broadcast deals will be. However, the negotiation phase can go beyond what if & # 39; normal & # 39; would be considered because the two sides cannot agree on a player's current rating given the various ever-changing variables in question.
Clubs such as Hearts in the Scottish Premiership and many others in League One and Two face a very different scenario than expected in January.
Meetings between clubs and agents continue over the phone – they are shorter, slightly more clinical, but more business
Club explorers will navigate the delay by evaluating more video clips, building profiles, and list options.
Clubs like Hearts in the Scottish premiership should also look at the bigger picture leving
The better prepared clubs will have carried a lot of scouting of live players at the moment anyway, so their focus will shift to analyzing games and performance via Instat and Wyscout or other video.
Euro 2020 and the Tokyo Olympics would be this year have been important scouting opportunities, but we know that one has been canceled and the other is under threat, so that the value of some targets may be affected.
Roc Nation Sports faced a failed deal as a result of the virus outbreak in China during the January window.
We woke up in a sport whose future was clouded by an uncertainty that wasn't clear when we had our eyes the night before closed. I thought I had seen everything in football, but none of us foresaw this.
Clubs, agencies and industry as a whole will have to adapt to support their business, which can often be positive in the long run as the approach becomes more creative.
However, some will be more successful here than others.
Sam Warburton admits that Wales & # 39; confidently & # 39; Dan Biggar will be fit for Six Nations clash with England after knee injury during club duty
- Wales gives Dan Biggar every chance to prove his suitability for England's clash
- Biggar hyper-stretched his knee for Northampton against Saracens on Saturday
- There were doubts that he would be fit but Wales postponed their team selection
- George North is also back in full training also in another boost for the Welsh
Biggar broadened his knee for Northampton against Saracens on Saturday and there were doubts that the 30-year-old would be ready for England. can be included.
& He looks good d off, & # 39; said Warburton.
& # 39; The initiator all signs are positive. He doesn't need a scan. It puts our team selection on hold for a while because we have to wait to see how it will appear tomorrow.
& # 39; He is going to train and do things with the physio & s. But so far the feedback from the physio has been good, he has had a really good response to the stages of physio.
& # 39; He ticks all the boxes he needs. He is on a good course so hopefully we have good news without hiccups. There are no guarantees, but we are confident at this stage.
& # 39; There is a hurdle every day, the training is gradually becoming more intense and will climax towards the end of the week. So if he can stand that, then everything is fine. We record it every day, but the first two days have all been good.
& I assume they would wait for a player like Dan. That is a difficult six-day club rugby turnaround.
& # 39; But in a game of this size and a player of his interest – you wouldn't wait until match day, I think players would like to wake up match day and know what the team will be.
& # 39; I don't know honestly, but I think we have a conclusive answer on Friday morning. & # 39;
George North, who got a head blow in the last game against France, is also in full training in a new boost for the Welsh.
The winger will see a specialist this week, but again, Warburton expects to be fit.
& # 39; He is good & # 39 ;, added the double Lions Skipper.
& # 39; This is why the fallow weeks are the key. You cannot play five international games in succession at this level. The two-week breaks are a must to get ahead in the tournament. We are lucky that George had that two-week gap.
& # 39; The Union slowly returns to play. He will still see someone who is completely independent of the Union this week.
& # 39; His selection will be included to ensure that he is absolutely right. We take all possible precautions. He passed all the first tests. But just for extra security, this week he is going to see someone who is independent to get the last green light. & # 39;
And Liam Williams is standing in line for his first outing since he was only hurt during the World Championship in Twickenham.
& # 39; He is in full training again & # 39 ;, Warburton said.
& # 39; If you ask him, he was ready to play against France. He felt that he was ready.
& # 39; If you just look at the training and you have to see one of the British and Irish lions … to see Liam again, he's just one of those guys. Glad we fully trained him again. He has had a substantial dismissal, but it was not long ago.
& # 39; Some players need a hit or two before they feel they can come back to play international rugby. I think Liam will be sure that he can play international rugby.
& # 39; He is back in full training. Hopefully he will compete to get started. This is the kind of boiler he would like to be thrown into. It will be great to have a few big players back. & # 39;
& # 39; I did the Lee Hughes party & # 39 ;: Wigan hero Sam Morsy admits he revealed in heaping misery on West Brom after scoring the winner and celebrating as a Baggies legend
- Sam Morsy scored a second half winner when Wigan West Brom stunned 1-0
- Morsy grew up in Wolves and admits that his friends and family & # 39 ; elated & # 39; his
- The Improved Midfielder Temperament has helped Wigan & # 39; s recent series
Sam Morsy learns to behave but the midfielder can not resist to show his naughty side to the team he grew up to disgust.
Born and raised in Wolverhampton, Captain Wigan has always been revealed in the fierce rivalry of Black Country with West Bromwich, so there was only one way to mark his second half winner.
& # 39; I have held the Lee Hughes party, & # 39; explained Morsy, a tribute to the former striker Albion brought into the well more than two decades ago, but it must have felt like grumpy home fans like salt in the wounds.
& # 39; This is the game I'm looking for , at home and on the road. We also beat them last season, much to the delight of my friends and family, who are all big Wolves fans. on the disciplinary side of his game.
A running yellow card until Christmas, the Egypt international has been tied to nine League bookings since December. He showed by his action against West Brom what he brings to the team of Paul Cook – when he can stay on the right side of the law.
& We all thought we would win here & # 39 ;, was Morsy & # 39; s candid statement. & # 39; We just left and tried. West Brom is not going to determine our season. & # 39;
Albion has shown a tendency to perform at the wrong end of the table against teams and Slaven Bilic has called for an immediate reaction tomorrow in the FA Cup against Newcastle
& "Maybe fatigue was a factor & # 39;" said midfielder Filip Krovinovic. & # 39; Many games have been played in the last two or three weeks. We must now think positively and focus on the next game. & # 39;
& # 39; It is always a moving opportunity & # 39 ;: Sam Underhill seems to remain focused on the course that is available, prior to the collision of England with Wales in the Six Nations
- ] Sam Underhill has lived and played rugby in both England and Wales
- The future of England will try to block the noise for Saturday's clash
- Wales is hopeful Dan Biggar will be fit after beating on the weekend
Sam Underhill has lived and played on both sides of divide the Anglo-Welsh rugby and the flanker of England believes that it is vital to exclude the emotion while the neighbors prepare to renew their rivalry.
Wales comes to Twickenham on Saturday, determined to take every English hope of seizing the Title of Six Nations away from tabletop France – while avoiding the rare outrage of a third consecutive defeat in the championship.
Underhill taking on the old friends from his formative days with the Ospreys, said: & # 39; It's always a special game with an extra benefit. It is always a pretty moving opportunity for us – and especially for them. When I lived there, I saw how much it means to them as a nation. & # 39;
Underhill remembered watching earlier games between England and Wales in the students & # 39; union bar at Cardiff University and added: & # 39; There is more to the game than just rugby. I am not Welsh, but you certainly get the feeling that there is a head start, added emotion, a sense of opportunity.
& # 39; But as a player you cannot distract yourself too much from such things. The players, we continue our work, but there is certainly something else for the fans. "
Wales hopes Dan Biggar will be fit after injuring his knee in the loss of 27-21 from Northampton against Saracens on Saturday.
With Gareth Anscombe, Rhys Patchell and Owen Williams all wounded, Jiffod Evans of Cardiff Blues is the only other No. 10 in their team. Saint John's Chris Boyd said: "I don't think it's serious. He seems to move relatively well. & # 39;
West Brom 0-1 Wigan Athletic: Wolverhampton-born strike in Wolverhampton gives Latics a shock win at champion leaders Albion
Losing a league match you should win is bad enough, but what about rubbing some extra salt into the wound?
Sam Morsy, born and raised along the road in Wolverhampton, made the most of his return to the Black Land because he scored a crucial goal for relegation-threatened Wigan.
At the same time, he put an unexpected dent in West Brom's progress back to the Premier League, just as Wigan had done with Leeds a few weeks ago.
Sam Morsy (second right) gave Wigan a head start on West Brom in the 73rd minute
Albion was used to doing things their own way after an undefeated series of six games with five wins.
They thought that the blip that threatened to temporarily remove their promotional campaign was sent to history, but the nerves have to ring again.
At first glance, a home game against relegation-threatened Wigan seemed a perfect opportunity to increase the benefit. However, the opinions had to be revised quickly, as the Paul Cook team showed offensive verve that made life very uncomfortable for the hosts.
Wigan had a good February and had lost only one in seven, including that shock victory at Leeds, who had closed the gap with West Brom to a point he had previously defeated Hull.
In other words, if Albion was expecting a walkover, they soon had another thought coming.
The warning signs were blocked almost immediately with Morsy's first shot by Sam Johnstone and when Joe Williams approached the follow-up.
The alarm bells then began to ring after a pass from Kieffer Moore found Gavin Massey, whose diving head the post.
This should not have happened. Red lines were drawn and the best side in the championship found it hard to cross them.
There were many moments of pressure. Rekeem Harper skimmed a post with a low shot and part of the interplay of Matheus Pereira and Filip Krovinovic was striking if this failed.
Albion also lost key defender Ahmed Hegazi due to an injury instrumental in recent weeks. It was a forced change, unlike Harper's early in the second half, when a clearly frustrated Slave Bilic was looking for an injection of inspiration from someone.
Likewise, the official was not interested after Jamal Lowe's shot hit Conor Townsend in an empty spot and the Wigan attacker claimed handball
It is always easy to get supporters' mood in Albion. They have seen so many promotions and relegations that they usually don't give their players much leeway.
So the sighs and moans spoke volumes about a performance that was considerably below the standard of the midweek win against Preston.
There was a brief moment of hope when Krovinovic made an attempt, but it swept the wrong side of a post.
Then, almost out of the blue, a goal. For Wigan. After a pinball game that began with a corner kick by Michael Jacobs and hooked the ball back into the area by Cedric Kipre, Morsy shot through the crowd and Johnstone was defeated.
West Brom increased the time and went looking for an equalizer, but Marshall was able to catch a Robson-Kanu header. Wigan could have doubled their lead through Lowe, but Johnstone saved the shot.
Five minutes extra time later and it was the men in red with their arms raised.
WEST BROM VS WIGAN MATCH STATS
West Brom (4-3-3): Sam Johnstone; Dara O & Shea, Semi Ajayi, Ahmed Hegazy (sub Kyle Bartley 43), Conor Townsend; Rekeem Harper (sub Matt Phillips 55), Jake Livermore, Filip Krovinovic; Matheus Pereira, Hal Robson-Kanu, Callum Robinson (sub Kamil Grosicki 61)
Unused substitutes: Jonathan Bond, Darnell Furlong, Charlie Austin, Gareth Barry
Bookings: Townsend, Pereira
Wigan Athletic (4-2-3-1) : David Marshall; Nathan Byrne, Cedric Kipre, Leon Balogun (sub Kai Naismith 69), Tom Pearce; Sam Morsy, Joe Williams; Jamal Lowe, Gary Roberts (sub Lee Evans 80), Gavin Massey (sub Michael Jacobs 58); Kieffer Moore
Purpose: Morsy 73
Unused substitutes: Jamie Jones, Antony Pilkington, Joe Garner, Jan Mlakar
Referee : Tony Harrington
& # 39; The Italian style is very negative … he will change that & # 39 ;: Pep Guardiola would revolutionize the Serie A football if he joined Juventus, Sam Allardyce claims
And Allardyce claims that the Spanish manager is the & # 39; very negative & # 39; football that is played in Italy can lose, he would make the big step.
"The Italian style of football is very negative, very defensive in terms of its outlook and always has been," Allardyce talkSPORT said. & # 39; To win 1-0 has always been enough for them.
& # 39; He [Guardiola] will change that. He imposes his style of football wherever he lands.
& # 39; He will transform Juventus in terms of the way they play to his normal passing game. & # 39;
& # 39; Richarlison turns into one of the premier players in the Premier League at the front & # 39 ;: Sam Allardyce hopes praise for Everton star after stunning solo goal helps Toffees within five points of Champions League places
- ] Sam Allardyce believes that Richarlison is one of the biggest threats in the top flight
- The Brazilian scored a sensational solo goal against Crystal on Sunday Palace
- ] Another star performance helped Everton to a 3-1 win at Goodison Park
- Allardyce added Carlo Ancelotti to reinforce with three quality markings
Former Everton manager Sam Sam Sam Allardyce believes that Richarlison will be one of the best attackers of the Premier League after the Brazilian scored a stunning solo goal to help defeat the Toffees Crystal Palace .
Bernard had led the Carlo Ancelotti team in the first half, but Christian Benteke's first goal since April brought the visitor level in the 51st minute.
And while Palace seemed to be seated in the driver's seat after their equalizer, Richarlison saw Gary Cahill cut in to bury a low finish in the lower right corner.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin assured victory with an effort of close to two minutes of time, but it was his Brazilian strike partner who caught the attention of the former Everton manager Allardyce.
Speaking after the game, the BT Sport expert outlined the importance of the attacker.
& # 39; Richarlison turns into one of the best players front in the Premier League, & he said.
& # 39; We saw that he scored through the goal and the header he got for the second goal. That's a big relief, because goals are going to make a difference in every team
& I think Ancelotti is relieved to score Dominic Calvert-Lewin and I am disappointed that he did not get two today because that was an easy miss. I wanted him to score that goal to sustain it. It may not affect him because he is in good shape. & # 39;
When asked where Everton should strengthen, Allardyce insisted that the key was to get two or three & # 39; to attract high-quality & # 39; players.
"The amount of money spent on the team shows the ambition of the owners.
& # 39; I don't think Carlo Ancelotti is coming here with his reputation and experience and does not intend to ask in the summer whether the right kind of players are purchased for the future of Everton.
I heard him say in the beginning that he is good players can be great players, don't go outside and get them right away.
& # 39; So go buy some good players and eventually they can become very good players who can take this club from this stadium to the new stadium because it makes no sense to have a brand n ew stadium with a bad team, it must be a very good one.
& # 39; I think he would also like to strengthen in midfield, central defender and I think that if he gets the right players in the right positions then they get better and only need two or three high-quality ones to be players, not six or seven. & # 39;
& # 39; It is something that you can ignore or something that you can embrace & # 39 ;: Sam Underhill admits that the pressure is on England before the showdown in Scotland
- England traveled to Edinburgh to Scotland in the Six Nations
- Eddie Jones knows that defeat is not an option after losing France last week
- Flanker Sam Underhill has admitted that the pressure is on England in the clash
- Scotland is also looking for their first Six Nations victory after losing to Ireland
Sam Underhill admits the pressure on the walk in England, in the eye of a storm, Saturday's collision with Scotland.
Strong winds are expected from Murrayfield and England must adapt to weather conditions.
A second loss in seven days, after the defeat by France last week, would effectively kill the English title bid and Flanker Underhill said: For us, the pressure is, that is something that you can ignore and try to play down or it is something that you can embrace.
& We must embrace it. If you have a disappointing result, there is nothing more that you want than another game. The fact that it happens to be a Calcutta Cup is even better for us. "Ultimately, busy is something that you should do at your best."
England Wing Jonny May was the outstanding performer in defeat by France when he scored two second half attempts. May & # 39; s Leicester future is in doubt, but he insisted he wouldn't lose focus.
& # 39; I don't think, "I don't have a contract so I have to try a little harder," May said. & # 39; No. There are distractions for everyone here, in all walks of life, always. I'm not going to try harder because I don't have a contract this week, no.
& It is actually quite nice to be here. Nobody knows what I'm going to do because I don't know. I can't think about it now. We have all hands on deck.
& # 39; We play Scotland and everything I do is focused on being the best I can be here. & # 39;
Scotland is also looking for their first campaign victory after Ireland's defeat last week and Captain Stuart Hogg said they are determined to be their & # 39; brave losers & # 39; tag off.
The full-back said: "The tag we received really hurts the players, but we must be able to win test matches before that goes. There is a Calcutta Cup to play for and that is all we focus on. It is a huge opportunity for us.
"Some boys are playing in this game for the first time, but we have shown in recent years that we are more than capable of winning."
Sam Ward tilted his head forward to show a scar running all the way down his head until on the left ear. "I had my face off", the hockey attacker from Great Britain explains.
"They cut from the top of my head to beyond my ear and then in fact flopped my face back to gain access to what was underneath. The operation was about four hours and I was eliminated before six. I I had 31 staples in my head, plus all stitches along the side, and I also had 31 screws in my face, plus four plates. & # 39;
Ward, 29, was forced to undergo such a serious operation after he was hit in the face by a shot by teammate Harry Martin during the second leg of the November Olympic qualifying match against Malaysia – a draw won his match 9-3 in total to take their place in Tokyo 2020.
& He absolutely learned it. I was probably about five meters away and it was running at a decent, quite high speed, & recalls Leicester-born attacker, one of the best players in the country with 72 goals in 126 caps for Great Britain and England, including two goals in the game, he suffered his horrible injury.
& I fell to the floor, looked down and there was blood everywhere. I was in a lot of pain. While I was on the floor, what was in my head was: "Mom and Dad are in the crowd, get up and get out."
& # 39; No one would want to see their son or daughter in that scenario. I remember asking the director if I could go back and he said, "Absolutely not, we have to sort you".
& # 39; I looked in the mirror and you could see that there was no face structure. There were six or seven fractures. I had torn the eye socket, which shattered my eye, and my cheek was in half. & # 39;
Ward was rushed to hospital that night and underwent a maxillofacial operation the following week. But it was only when he visited an eye specialist a few days later that he heard that his injury was one that could end his career.
& # 39; I was told: "There is a tear through the back of the retina and it will not repair, it must be left behind". I just went out and became silent. I cried. I said, "Just get me out of here."
At home in Maidstone, three months after the incident, Ward still comes to terms with the fact that he will never again have full vision in his left hand eye. He describes seeing a & # 39; light dot & # 39; or a & # 39; small blurry line & # 39; when he looks, but he still has a full peripheral vision and claims that his life is unaffected, apart from his job – playing hockey.
A sports department started at the age of four and played full time since 2014 when he stopped working at a Volkswagen dealer in Loughborough to sign a professional contract with England.
But while he will do everything he may be able to make a comeback and play at his second Olympic Games this summer, it is too early to say what the future holds.
Sam Allardyce drops into a bank and talks about the jobs he loved and the jobs he lost. And from those who were never there. But he finds the job that could seduce him back into business harder to define.
& # 39; It could be a relatively well-structured and ambitious Premier League club & # 39 ;, Allardyce says. & # 39; Although one is in trouble when you go inside. Because who fires a good manager if you do well? Not much.
& # 39; The correct option has not yet emerged. And it's harder for me to say yes than ever before. Never say never. Another chance in football does not go beyond what I want, but I agree that it may not happen. & # 39;
It was 20 months since the former manager of England was fired by Everton, during which time he turned 65, traveled around the world with his wife and learned to be more picky when the offers to show up.
Allardyce has rejected the interest from China because he did not want the cultural upheaval at this stage of his life.
He refused an invitation from Mike Ashley to return to Newcastle, aware of how it had turned sour for him on Tyneside in 2007 and how a return would be with supporters who worshiped Rafa Benitez.
There were conversations with people associated with consortia with plans to take over in Bolton, the club that he served as a player and manager for over ten years and who took them to the Premier League and Europe led.
& # 39; I have had many disappointing meetings w of people who said they would buy the club & he says. "I thought it wasn't about development in football terms, but in terms of what you could get from the country around the club.
& # 39; When it came to football, it had always the feeling that it was a secondary part For me it had to be the other way around. It had to be someone who wanted to regenerate the club and if we could develop the rest next door, fine. & # 39;
And he was approached by Watford when they were looking for their third manager of the season.
Approved Yes, but it wasn't one for me, "he says. & # 39; Nigel Pearson did a great job. He has returned from revenge and has shown everyone what a good manager he has always been. & # 39;
Watford under the Pozzo family has become the antithesis of a safe job and Allardyce, after four brief appointments, would rather not dive back into a fire-fighting role.
& # 39; Recently it was more about crisis management & # 39 ;, he says. & # 39; That is what people have labeled me as
& # 39; All Sam can do is manage crisis. He can get a club out of trouble. I am proud that I have never been banished.
& # 39; And if that is available to you, then that is what you do. But I always thought I had a lot more and sometimes you would like to have the chance to do a little more. & # 39;
Allardyce left Sunderland after nine months to take the job in England that turned out to be the shortest of all, just 67 days and a single game before resigning after a newspaper stitches at the start of a World Cup campaign in which they reached the semi-finals below Gareth Southgate.
The scars remain. & # 39; The thing is, you are the only one drawn by it & # 39 ;, he says.
& # 39; Nobody else thinks about you, so you have to continue. And that was the beauty of Steve Parish's call to get me back into Crystal Palace.
& # 39; That finally put the whole scenario behind me. I will never forget it. I know I have been wrong and we have done our best by the lawyers to prove that it was not what everyone said it was. It was very much manufactured. & # 39;
Allardyce spent 151 days in Selhurst Park, where he survived the Premier League in 2017 and then switched to his contract for two years. of me going ahead because of what happened in my personal life, & he says.
& # 39; I thought it would be, but Everton showed up and that's why I came back. I never expected Everton to come for me. I thought that was my chance. I thought it was my first chance in a long time to try to build a club.
& # 39; They had the finances and Farhad Moshiri is very ambitious and wants to compete in Europe. Then it was swept away very quickly. It would not be so and that is a pity. & # 39;
Allardyce spent 167 days in Everton. He led them from the 13th in the Premier League to the eighth before he was replaced by Marco Silva, who himself was replaced 18 months later by Carlo Ancelotti.
& # 39; Looking back, I was always the stop gap, & # 39; he admits. & # 39; I didn't know that at the beginning, but I found out later. Marco Silva would always come in. I don't think anyone expected so badly from them.
& # 39; They are a huge club struggling to find the right direction. They now have a great manager with a great reputation and he is a great guy.
& # 39; Hopefully that will be enough with the right recruitment ideas to get the club where it wants to go because Liverpool is on the road the world champions and it is hugely depressing for anyone who supports Everton. & # 39;
It is noon and Allardyce has been on the road since his breakfast show on talkSPORT with Alan Brazil, a partnership that prompts him to recall a day when his daughter Rachel was born and he left the hospital for Burnden Park rushed to play for Bolton against Ipswich in 1979.
Brazil scored two beautiful goals in a 3-2 win for the visitors, but was overshadowed by Frank Worthington & # 39; s goal of the season when he finished the threw the ball over his own head, misplaced the entire Ipswich defense and hit it on the volley.
Allardyce scored Bolton & # 39; s second that day with a powerful header and failed to name it exactly in the Big Sam character.
A lot is going on. He is involved in a new project called My Club Lotto, which is designed to generate financing for basic level clubs through a monthly lottery and to make plans for his own YouTube channel.
& # 39; We do a few pilots and see how it goes, & he says. & # 39; The idea is to communicate with supporters who want to chat about their club with some insight into what might and might not work. It is a challenge. & # 39;
Allardyce has never been afraid of his own opinion, nor lack of confidence in his own ability to compete with the biggest clubs and most acclaimed managers , feted for their tactical sorcery.
Now he fears that we are rushing to a competition filled by a homogeneous football that favors the richest clubs that can afford the best players and the largest squadrons.
& # 39; Pep Guardiola has brought us all forward in a direction that we are all happy with & # 39 ;, Allardyce says. "But there is a dangerous trend toward overplaying and thinking that you can only play this way.
" Following that trend means that the Premier League will be very boring if everyone is playing the same way plays. The Premier League as the best in the world was due to the variation in styles and systems. Managers have created such a fantastic competition and we could risk losing it.
& # 39; Football is entertainment. You have to entertain as well as win, I understand, but this affects the basis of the game, because if you give the ball away in your own half, you'll fail miserably.
& # 39; What is your job as a center half? At the moment, everyone seems to think that it takes place from the back, which is contrary to all the principles that were once taught in football.
Too many players give the ball away in their own half.
& # 39; It's great if you have the best players in the world, because you're going to do better than anyone, and if you don't, it's very difficult. & # 39;
Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp, he points out, are not afraid to go straight and launch the ball long and inject variation into their style. & # 39; Liverpool does indeed play a long ball very well from right to left and very fast & # 39 ;, Allardyce says. "But no one will say that Liverpool plays long ball.
" You would not hear Martin Tyler say it would be rejected.
You have to be careful about saying Liverpool play long ball. But that's just the way it is. They play exceptionally well and better than anyone. And that's why they do it.
& # 39; One of the best long-ball players is the goalkeeper in Manchester City. His long balls are incredibly effective. So if you think you're tying them up, he goes & # 39; bosh & # 39; and the ball is in your box and Sergio Aguero scores.
& # 39; The top clubs have different ways to beat you. So this emphasis on playing at the back is overcooked. After a while it will find its way and we will return to normality. & # 39;
His passion fires and his instinct is derived from the experience of your life in the game and more than a thousand games as a manager, many of whom are in the top flight, responsible for seven different Premier League clubs .
I miss it, some things more than others & # 39 ;, Allardyce says. "I usually miss getting up to meet your club's expectations and accept that challenge.
" If the right chance is high, I will take it 100 percent and otherwise I will stay do what i do. & # 39;
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