Am I alone in feeling that our Captain should stop making his post-shambles rallying calls and declaring unrealistic targets for the remains of this season? I know that he is the Captain but I am less sure as to why he is the Captain. I know that he plays regularly but I am less sure as to why he plays regularly. More than that, I am completely bemused as to why he ever plays in midfield.
I would much prefer it if he played less often and never in midfield. When he does play, I would like him to lead by example and try to set pass completion figures to inspire his team. What I do not want to do is read these regular rallying cries (more like meaningless spoutations) after dire draws or inept defeats by a player who is consistently amongst our worst performers. Am I losing my grip or are there others out there who share my sentiments?
Brian Finnigan, Posted 15/04/2008 at 19:50:16
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The section of society targeted by the clubs spin doctors must have the mental age of a pre schooler.
Nobody gets the gentlest kick up the pants for even the most horrendous mistakes or performance.
David Moyes might speak of his dissapointments but never hints that he is flaming mad or can hardly wait to get things sorted on the training field.
What worries me most of all is could it be that ETV accurately reflect what passes for reality down Goodison way and is not just spin doctoring.