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Old 12-02-2019, 07:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Kai View Post
Which of course raises the fundamental question of why do we miss and they don't?? Is it skill alone? Confidence or lack thereof? Ineptitude?
Awareness in front of goal? Footballing IQ?


It also begs the question of why certain players rarely seem to convert their chances yet quite often find themselves in scoring positions. McArthur is the one who springs to mind. He is a rather poor finisher yet is frequently the most forward playing of our midfielders.
Surely if he is to be that then he must be coached in how to put the ball in the back of the net!


My guess is that many of our players are simply shot of confidence when they get an obvious scoring chance but they are not afraid of taking a crack at lesser opportunities (Wilf and Andros comes to mind. Kouyate always seems to fancy a long shot but it never looks dangerous).


What they need is a mental coach.
How much are these guy's earning - and they
still need to be taught where the goal is and how to shoot on sight?
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