Getting Better All The Time?

Morning,all.

As we’ve mentioned before on here-often!-it is far too early to get carried away with the recent improvement in our performances,even if that improvement has been massive. MAHE pointed out yesterday that  we have another four games this month,and that might be the time to decide whether what we have seen in the last couple of weeks has indeed been the proverbial green shoots of recovery,or simply a false dawn.

And two days later of course brings the  end of the summer transfer window,which will provide further clues on the ambitions of our board,and on their desire to give AP every assistance he needs to put us back on top domestically,and maybe even give us a fighting chance in The Europa League.

And it is The Europa League tomorrow night which provides our first test in those four matches. A home tie against AZ Alkmaar,who are by all accounts a very decent side indeed. We should not be bricking it going into this double header-but we certainly need to treat them with respect. AP hopes to see the return of Liel  Abada and Ryan Christie,and based on their performances so far,I reckon he isn’t the only one! That would probably mean James Forrest and Eddie dropping out to make way,and I think that we will also see Tom Rogic making way for Ishmaela Soro,even though Rogic has been coming onto a game again recently.

Maybe I’m guilty of overthinking this,maybe we can do without making too many changes to a winning side. I’m sure that AP doesn’t read my witterings on here anyway,so I reckon I’m safe enough! Meantime,it looks like the only part of the side that picks itself is the backline-and that,if we are honest,is still the weakest area in the team.

Sure,Joe Hart inspires confidence in a way that we haven’t had since the early days of Craig Gordon,and of course,when we had Fraser Forster on loan two years ago. And the defence are now being afforded better protection by the midfield. But there is little doubt that all four are actually better when they are attacking than when they stick to the day job!

And that is definitely a concern,and I’m sure  that AZ will be aware of it. Equally,I’m sure that AP will know that they know,and that is why I think that we will see the return of Soro tomorrow,and that he will be told to stay in position and to cut out the meandering into forward positions. 

The first half on Sunday was probably as good as I’ve seen any Celtic side play for years,and I doubt any team could live with us on that form. That we only took a two goal lead into the dressing room at half time was a travesty. But if we can perform to that level tomorrow night and improve our finishing-and our luck!-we can surely go into the game in a positive frame of mind.

In two weeks time,we will have completed those four matches and seen what transfer business has been done. It will be then that we can judge the first nine weeks or so of AP and Dom,discuss the effect on the side of the transfer comings and goings and of the performances on the pitch.

Meanwhile,it is fair to say that I am in a considerably better mood than I was only a couple of weeks or so ago. Let’s hope it stays that way!!!

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Ayrshire Bhoy
Garry Postecoglou

BMCUW
I think that we can see that Ange Postecoglou knows how to improve every player in our squad.
He also seems to have a very good eye for a player.
Two excellent qualities for a football manager to possess. 💪🍀💚

Garry Postecoglou

Zbyszek reckons that we are about to sign big Josip from Legia Warsaw. A player Zbyszek rates highly. 👍🍀💚

Puff puff

You’re the man Garry … Right behind the manager from the get go . me I had my concerns and still do but I’ve really enjoyed the past few weeks .

Garry Postecoglou

Puff
Liam Scales fae Shamrock Rovers incoming.
Ange Postecoglou has told Dom to sign Big Liam and Big Josip, no matter the fee.
The big man Ange knows the score.
Heard him say tonight that his attacking footballing philosophy comes from his Greek father. Said his dad would love to have been in Celtic Park on Sunday, to witness what his son is doing in Glasgow with this Celtic team.
He ended by saying that he knows his dad is watching from above. Ange and I are the same age. I have real man love for him. 😍👍😁🍀💚

Rebus67

Garry,

You are a true Celtic man. Such a pity that we live on different continents! But our Celtic souls are together.

Long may you enjoy the Celts.

Rebus

Garry Postecoglou

Puff
I have a feeling that every Celtic game this season will be a rollercoaster. I have attended 4 Celtic matches so far this season, and thoroughly enjoyed every one.
Will be at the game on Wednesday, and possibly got a comp for Main Stand posh seats Saturday.
Thanks to my nephew. Hope his team lose. 😁

Puff puff

A wee wan fur you Garry
https://youtu.be/Y_2c_E_c-U0

jimthetim53

Garry, LOL, I’d forgotten your nephew played for St. Mirren. Don’t be cheering him on too much! 🙂

Garry Postecoglou

Rebus
We are from the same background. My Maryhill, Partick, Whiteinch, Knightswood connections, mirror yours. We maybe from different religious culture, but believe me Rebus. We are truly from the same family and neebor culture.
The West is the Best. 😁💪🍀💚

Rebus67

Here is an issue which I do not understand. The desire to sign a RB. Yes, earlier I would agree. Ralston was not up to the test. But lately he has rammed that up my jaxcey. Ok, I get we need two for some positions but Ralston has EARNED the position. To drop this guy now would rank up there with the great injustices in life!

There is a bigger problem on the other side.

BUT, BUT………a kind of miracle has happened in Parkhead. It is the coach. What he has done in a few weeks is remarkable! Credit where it is due. Boardites back this man. Get involved in this journey, or be forever damned.

Rebus

Garry Postecoglou

JTT53
A Saint Mirren player who has a Season Ticket in Paradise. He loves Celtic playing on Sunday. His day off. 😜👍🍀💚

Garry Postecoglou

Rebus
Ange wants 2 top players for every position.
That is 22 players all at the top of their game, all fighting for a first 11 shirt. Anthony and the big Croat will be some skwerr go. 😁😂

Rebus67

Garry,

Your nephew plays for St M? They have a very good manager. Reminds me of Fergie. Good football man and he deserves to prosper.

Name dropping time……my uncle played for Leicester until the family curse got to him….TB.

Religion does not matter, your sense of humanity does. People matter….we all bleed for souls in Afghanistan.

Rebus

jimthetim53

Rebus, agreed, we need a proper LB.

Garry Postecoglou

Puff
You are on my wavelength ma man.
How else were you to know that is one of my favourite ever songs.
How cool would it be to say that you come from Buffalo New York. 😁
Magical band.

Puff puff

As the big man sayed to the team on the opening day of preseason .
https://youtu.be/8-Vw49KM6JU

Garry Postecoglou

Puff
The Oxford brothers of Mercury Rev, and my most listened to band on earth today.

https://g.co/kgs/hWgToj

Puff puff

Hehe … a band from across the river from Buffalo New York ….
https://youtu.be/ZAn3JdtSrnY

Garry Postecoglou

Rebus
Marcus Fraser, Saint Mirren right back.
He did what his uncle Garry dreamed of. He played for Celtic in a European tie. Ronny Deila didnae fancy him like Neil Lennon did.
Marcus has had a great career at Celtic, Ross County and Saint Mirren so far. The biggest influence on his career, is his Celtic Youth Team Coach, John Kennedy. Marcus loves The President. 👍🍀💚😊

Puff puff

Garry … I took my bhoy to a radio head concert when he was young …. he still talks about it …
Like what you’re doing now with the youngsters and the famous ///= priceless.

Puff puff

What a musician ..
https://youtu.be/_6Zp84XH6Eo

Garry Postecoglou

Puff
My daughter Patrice and I were having a wee Puff together last night. She is the only one of my four who puffs. P disnae drink. She said that my grandson who I have taken to the Dundee game and Hearts game, has changed all talk of playing computer games, to going to Celtic games. 💪🍀💚
My plan is working. 😊

Puff puff

Hehehe

Garry Postecoglou

Puff
Aye. Yer man Beck is a genius IMO

Rebus67

Garry,

Marcus! Debut with the big Swedish CB…Mast….? I remember that game. The Swede talked him through it, or maybe the other way round because Mr …vic was over the hill!

Yes, to play for Celtic! Believe it or not I had a short lived professional career. Reserve/youth team only…never first team. But I did play against Lennox. Remember him? He was coming back from a broken ankle, I think. I could not sleep the night before…figuring, figuring how to play him! I was lucky he was tentative. I knew he would shove the ball past me and run on to it. One thing I had was pace so I could match his. The other thing was I could slide tackle. So I could knock the ball out of play to nullify his pace. He was a decent guy. He switched wings at half time! However, the standout that day was a rotund player in the middle of the park who sprayed the ball everywhere it hurt, Charlie Gallagher. What a player!

At the end of the season, I was let go! They did offer to fix a trial with Albion Rovers but I told them to stuff it. What a downer that was! Fortunately, I had a good Dad who picked me up and got me to go to university. I never got out of them. Graduated and then ended up teaching in them. Always regretted losing the game.

Rebus

Garry Postecoglou

Rebus
You should write your book.
I love your tales of life.
The crime scenes relate to where I grew up. 😁👍
Ps Yes. It was Celtic v Rennes.
We won. 💪👍🍀💚😊

Puff puff

Feck I wish I could write like Rebus67 .

Garry Postecoglou

Rebus is a good west end Glesga Tim that I love reading. His wisdom oozes oot his words.
Great wee place this SentinelCelts gaff. 👍🍀💚

Garry Postecoglou

Love this band fae Oz.
Singing about what Ange fae Oz is in Scotland to win.

https://g.co/kgs/6XAGBf

Puff puff

Sweet man . Love it

Garry Postecoglou

Puff
All puffers love this song from Oz.
Enjoy bro.

https://g.co/kgs/N8Gp2D

Puff puff

Reading back I just read the 6 first team post … Far out man that’s so cool ..

Garry Postecoglou

My favourite ever Oz song.
Classic.

https://g.co/kgs/B2AccL

Garry Postecoglou

Tragic, but Michael fae Oz was another prophet and genius.
God rest his Soul.

https://g.co/kgs/qKiJC8

Garry Postecoglou

Goodnight God Bless folks
A Tim fae the ‘Mulk for my bedtime lullaby. Love Gerry. 👍🍀💚

https://g.co/kgs/skWFTa

Puff puff

midnight oil … Brilliant saw them back in the day backing up simple minds somewhere in America .

Puff puff

Sleep well Garry

Puff puff

Sleep well timland .
One for MAGUA .
https://youtu.be/3Kc7WLeVvjU

Jobo Baldie

Good morning, friends and welcome to the Tuesday dayshift 😉

bada bing1

Tim H- if Eddy does go late on,we will go for Nisbet,and be held to ransom or walk away…..that’s why Henry would be a smart signing now.

Maestro Fan

Agree, it’s too soon to say. Let’s see where we are after Ibrox. One thing I can say with confidence is that it’s actually enjoyable to watch Celtic again after Lennon and Lawwell’s hatchet job last season. The first half on Sunday was exhilarating, as was Dundee the week before. Looking forward to watching the team again.

The boys at the back have been great going forward, but are still a sieve. Might be the price of Ange-ball.

Still don’t trust that Tory Board and never will.

fan

I know political posts are frowned upon but in light of what’s happening in Afghanistan i wanted to give people a chance to read this.
Please scroll past if not for you.
umair haque

Aug 16
By tomorrow, probably, the beheadings will begin. Journalists, translators, aides, security forces. Women have already been “rounded up” and told they’re going to be forcibly “married” to Taliban members. Covid vaccines aren’t allowed to be distributed anymore.
That’s what Afghanistan looks like now, in the wake of America’s sudden withdrawal. Maybe you don’t want to face that truth, so let me make it even sharper. Mass violence. Sexual slavery. Brutality beyond belief. Catastrophe after catastrophe is arriving. Would you wish that on anyone?
I didn’t think so. So before you throw your hands up and say: “Of course we should have left,” think. Americans are in the fortunate position of being imperial subjects. They treat other countries and lives like disposable commodities. But those being treated that way are not so lucky. In this case, a fascist paramilitary is taking over an entire country. Should we care? Shouldn’t we?
How did it end up this way?
Here’s a tiny fact you might not know. Anyone with any real familiarity with the region could have told you how all this was going to go down — the Taliban would be in Kabul in days. Every single Desi person I know’s been talking about it all week. And yet, apparently, nobody in DC got the message. What on earth? What the %&@%&? Why not?
Stay or go? Like imperial subjects, Americans are trained to think in this reductive, foolish way. They keep asking me. But the choices are not that binary. There is a broad, broad spectrum between those two choices. DC’s suits and Langley’s cowboys got it wrong because they couldn’t think any other way. That’s a product of their arrogance — and also their stupidity.
How do you end an empire? Well, if you’ve read a book, which apparently they haven’t, you should be able to conclude: not like this. Not by scorching the earth behind you.
Because nothing can grow there then, except violence and darkness. What do I mean? Let me try to explain. Remember, I know the Taliban. I grew up with them. They’re not some kind of abstraction to me, like they are to the suits in DC and the cowboys at Langley. I had to survive their ilk just to be able to write this today. What I have to say to you I say therefore as a survivor, who’s familiar with the issue in a real-world way most Americans, especially the elite responsible for this mess, aren’t.
I’m sorry to say this because it’s going to make a lot of you angry. But I have to say it to you, as a moral and social responsibility, as a duty, because, again, I know the Taliban, and you probably (luckily) don’t.
History is going to remember it this way. Joe Biden surrendered to the Taliban. You like Joe. I do, too. But history is history. It gazes back at us with Medusa’s eyes. It turns our mistakes to stone. And this mistake? It’s an epic one. Bush started it? Obama kept it going? History doesn’t care. Bang. You’re made of stone now.
So what were some of the other choices? Instead of asking “what should we do?” let’s ask a smarter question: “what shouldn’t we do?”
The answer to that question is obvious. This. We, as in America, shouldn’t have done this. This sudden, abrupt, total departure. A mystifying one. That comes as an edict. With no real rhyme or reason. Why not? Let me say it again: do you want to see sexual slavery and mass violence and utter brutality on the scale of an entire country? I didn’t think so. Then you should admit that this is a mistake. A big one.
Let’s think about some of the other choices. A phased, slow, careful departure. A phased, slow, careful, conditional departure. A rethinking of the way America’s fought this “war.” A new attitude and approach, because, yes, it’s true: this one isn’t working.
I put war in quotes for a reason. It was never a war. It was America avoiding a full scale war. Instead of fighting the Taliban to the point of demanding its surrender, breaking its back as a political organization and social movement and paramilitary force. Instead, America did something weird and strange.
It built a technological death machine. And it said to the machine, you kill the bad guys. So began the days of the drone war. The drone war is what really failed. What did it do? It radicalised plenty of Afghanis, when the wrong villages were bombed, or even the “right” ones were, but the five houses next door went up in flames, too.
It was a huge, huge mistake to try and outsource this war to death machines. It always will be, by the way. War is an immense, terrible, grave responsibility. Every soldier knows it. Every general feels it deep in their bones. This “war” which was never one was fought this way — never really fought much at all — because it was political palatable that way. The suits in DC demanded the drone war, and the drone war failed.
Why did the suits in DC demand the drone war? Because they didn’t know what the hell to do with the Taliban. Why not?
Here’s a terrible truth, one that every American should know, but not many do.
America created the Taliban. It began with the Mujahideen, but it goes further than that. Those suits in DC are the ones who made the Taliban into a political force to be reckoned, into a paramilitary capable of taking a country. Why? How? DC created the Taliban to fight communism. This was back in the late 80s, early 90s. The Soviet Union hadn’t quite fallen yet, though it was teetering. The edges of empire had to be protected. And DC’s suits, especially those clever cowboys at Langley, have always thought they’re the masters of the world. So they created a monster.
The monster did successfully fight off the enemy, for a while, at least. The Taliban kept the hated communists at bay. The cowboys at Langley and the suits in DC grinned in smug triumph. How clever they were! They’d won a war without firing a bullet. Only they hadn’t thought through what happens after you create monsters. What the hell do you do with them?
The Taliban, now having the things it had always dreamt of — guns, money, and respect — emerged as Afghanistan’s most potent political force in decades. What else do you expect when America showers with dollar bills and weaponry? But America had made a very, very big mistake. The fundamentalists of the Taliban, it turned out, hated America, too. They hated everyone, really. Women, kids, gays, journalists, professors, musicians, artists, intellectuals, average families just trying to live their lives. They hated everything, too — science, art, music, healthcare. Everything that wasn’t ordained by some mullah who didn’t know a computer from a rock.
Here’s the point I’m trying to make to you.
The Taliban was the world’s most regressive movement of all. It still is. More regressive than Iran, which Americans love to point to as the ultimate in regress. But the Taliban is much, much worse. In Iran, women can at least hold jobs. The Taliban, in contrast, are already barring women from schools and university, and female judges are currently afraid for their lives. They beat women with sticks when a fraction of their ankle shows. The Taliban don’t just want to go back to the 1930s — like Europe’s fanatical right wing parties. They don’t want to go back to the 1830s — like America’s rabid Trumpists. They want to go back way further than that. They don’t even want to go back to medieval times. They want to go back, more or less to the fourth century. They’re stone age regressives.
Let me give you a tiny taste of life under the Taliban. Have you ever met them? I have. As a teenager, I went to school across from them, for a time. A jihadi mosque, right next door. Sound like fun? We were teenagers. We laughed, invincible in our youth. And yet the dichotomy was mind-boggling. The jihadis wanted a society where music wouldn’t be allowed, where women would be relegated to sexual slavery. Meanwhile we’d sit on the roof of the high school, smoke spliffs, kiss girls, and play guitars. Not just two worlds. Two different millennia.
The Taliban are a special case for that reason. They are the most fascist of all the fascists. They literally want a society based on all the forms of hatred, in their most extreme, fanatical degrees. Sexual slavery of women. The annihilation — by beheading — of gays, heretics, intellectuals. No art. No music, film, literature, culture. No science, no reason. Only “faith,” which means the patriarchal, brutal dictates of some mullah misinterpreting a Holy Book. They want a society that’s rewound past the middle ages, right back to the stone age. Maybe that’s an insult to the stone age, though, because even cave-dwellers weren’t organized enough to have nations based on hate.
So the Taliban, being the most fascist of all the fascists in the world, is a special case. If you understand, then you should also get: it should be treated like one. If we’re sane and sensible people, what shouldn’t we want to do? We shouldn’t the most fascist of all the fascists to take over an entire country?
Why not? Well, it’s not just for the sake of the innocents living there — many of whom, having supported us, will regard our surrender as a grave and unforgivable betrayal, too. It’s also for our sake.
What do you think the Taliban are going to do with a country? The cowboys at Langley and the suits in DC think they want “international legitimacy,” so they’ll be nice and good guys suddenly. This is literally laughable to anyone with any familiarity with the region. Insanely, horrifically laughable. What will the Taliban do with a country? They’re going to use it.
What are the Taliban’s goals? Well, chief among them are a) resurrecting the Islamic caliphate b) destroying the West and c) taking revenge on America. Now imagine a whole country where you can do all that freely. Where you can organise it with impunity. Where the resources of the state are devoted to it.
Let me put that more bluntly. The Taliban’s Afghanistan is going to be mega terrorist central. Terrorism in the West will resurge all over again. More 9/11s will be plotted — and some will be successful, because, well, this time, the Taliban have a whole country to stage and plan and fund them from. The West is therefore under severe threat, too.
Then there’s the tiny issue of the nukes next door. Right next door to Afghanistan is Pakistan. It has nukes. Those nukes are now a mere few hundred miles — and a few battles — away. The world’s most fanatical fascists — with nukes. Shuddering yet? You should be.
All that’s why this is a huge, huge mistake. A colossal one. It’s probably going to be Biden’s biggest mistake.
Don’t take it from me, if you don’t want to. Take it from a retired US Army Colonel: “We didn’t fight a 20-year war in Afghanistan; we fought 20 incoherent wars, one year at a time, without a sense of direction. The U.S. military can and should be blamed for the collapse of security forces in Afghanistan — I hold us responsible.”
Imagine that one of those mega terror attacks — another 9/11 — planned and organized and funded in and by the Taliban’s Afghanistan — is successful. In Washington, Paris, London, or even New York City all over again. Thousands die. The Taliban crows. It inspires more jihadis everywhere. The GOP cries: “That guy surrendered to the Taliban. It’s his fault!”
They’ll be right.
I know that’s an unpopular opinion. I know that most Americans don’t want to hear any of this. But Americans have to understand that they are being failed right now. Their institutions have failed them yet again. Intel agencies got all this incredibly badly wrong. It didn’t take the Taliban months, and they aren’t negotiating. It took days, and they’re armed to the teeth. It shouldn’t have been a sudden withdrawal, based on bad advice from a few white dude elites who’ve never even come face to face with the bad guys. America’s failed Afghanistan — and itself.
So what should America have done? Again, it’s not my job to tell you. It’s the job of the cowboys at Langley and the suits in DC. They’re the ones being paid a fortune to do this for a living, not me. But I’ll tell you what I think, anyways.
America’s goal was never to eradicate the Taliban, but it should have been. To really break its back. Not just drone bomb random villages, in a lethal game of whack-a-mole. How do you do that? Well, you kill the jihadis. America didn’t do that. It did everything but that. It tried to capture them and jail them and so on. But not really end them. After you do that, then you need to do the political work, to make it illegal to belong to this group. After all, it’s a hate group, like any other, in the same way that, say, belonging to the Nazi Party is illegal in Germany.
Yes, that’s a decades long project. Sure, it’ll take time and billions. My answer goes like this. Stay or go is far too binary and reductive. Staying this way wasn’t working, but going isn’t go to work either. You need to cut through the dilemma with a new approach, based on taking back a country from fascism.
Now, you might or might not agree with that. Which is OK. But here is the part we should agree on. America created this monster. And therefore, it’s America’s responsibility to unmake it, too.
Yes, that leaves America in a difficult position. One of dismantling an empire. That’s usually a bloody affair, full of pain and suffering and death on all sides. Think of Rome. It took a millennium. But history also tells us while there are no good ways to dismantle an empire, there are indeed worse ones. The worst one of all — this is a lesson the British can teach you — is to leave imperial regions suddenly, abruptly, by fiat. The situation on the ground turns to chaos. It’s every one for themselves. And often, the most violent, bloody, brutal, fanatical, stupid faction wins.
That’s why the world’s still scarred by conflicts left over from the vivisection of the British Empire. From Africa through Asia, the deliberately vicious way British imperialism left ruined countries and regions in its wake still shapes our world. Think of the conflict between China and Hong Kong. Think of the way India and Pakistan are pitted against one another. Think of the dire state of much of the Caribbean. The contours of much of our planet, its countries and nations, the way they’re still locked in vicious cycles of conflict and aggression — that’s the aftermath of British imperialism, which deliberately scorched the earth.
America is doing the same thing now. It is scorching the earth of empire as it retreats. Americans might not know it, they might not understand it, because nobody tells them. So let me. The scorched earth approach to ending an empire is to withdraw suddenly, to say, this is your mess now, we didn’t have anything do with this — when in fact, the empire made this mess. The aftermath of that is always the same: factional violence, fanaticism, tribe against tribe, nation against nation.
America shouldn’t take this approach. Americans should be against the end of empire by scorching the earth. It is not wise, just, noble, or good. There are no good ways to end an empire, but there are better ones than this.
Umair
August 2021

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FAN

A fantastic piece of writing by UMAIR,and I agree with every word. The withdrawal has been a disaster for the country and its population.

Thanks for posting it.

Prestonpans bhoys

Ayrshire Bhoy
https://youtu.be/on6DxBgfsDY
One of my all time favourites
Suspect device
August 16, 2021 11:56 pm

Many moons ago they were banned from Kilmarnock Town Hall for being too political. 😱Did you go to the rearranged gig at Troon, late 1970’s??

Friesdorfer

Fan
A sober and, imho, entirely accurate summary of the awful and wholly avoidable situation now prevailing in Afghanistan. Those poor people are in my thoughts and prayers.

Sol Kitts

FAN @ 930
Thank you for posting that. Afghanistan is entering a dark period from which it may never escape. I had tears in my eyes reading about the horrors about to be inflicted on a population which has seen more than its fair share of horrors over the centuries. I particularly fear for the women and girls, who will be forced into “marriages” to men who will think nothing of killing them if they even perceive a reluctance to allowing themselves to be raped. I fear for those women who advanced their gender, became judges, mayors and now have only the prospect of a horrific death at the hands of the mob. I fear for gay people, and anyone who doesn’t fit the Taliban’s warped ideological definition of how people should be. The West created this monster. The blood of the innocents that die at the hands of the Taliban is on the hands of those who believed abandoning Afghanistan was the way to proceed.
I hope they can sleep at night.
God bless the Afghan people.

Henrikschip

Fan

Thank you for posting the article about Afghanistan.
Just how dumb are the Americans and they have added a new level of callousness to their repertoire by abandoning the Afghan people to the Taliban. The one thing Joe Biden is not is a strategic thinker, otherwise he would not have presided over this debacle. It always amazes me to this day how naïve the Americans are about the real world. The decision making of Biden and his advisors has been shockingly bad, even if it might play well in the USA. Very sad indeed for those who are left behind to suffer the consequences.

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SOLKITTS,HENRIKSCHIP

In fairness to Biden,I think he is guilty here of listening to his professional advisers on this issue,the process having been set in motion by Trump.

As a career politician,there’s two huge bloody mistakes right there on which he,with all his experience,should not have made.

I think he will be forever judged on this one.

fan

Both full backs prone to ball played behind them.
Both have a fixation with ball downfield.
What could help would be Ange designating a central defender as leader to call this out and give them warning.
Once they realize they have to become better aware and problem should be lessened.
Put Abada and Kyogo on wings in training and they will get a sobering lesson on pitfalls of letting good players behind because they’re ball watching downfield.

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