Will NC rotate from now one ?

Middxile

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We are now into the Tues/Sat routine for (probably) the rest of the season. The temptation is always to keep a winning side, but he can’t do that for long. He’s a little short at the back, has one or two to come back up front, but he’s blessed in the engine room of midfield. He also Apter, Antwi and Shaw to call on if needed, combined with a healthy sprinkling of left- sided players for balance.Three points at Pompey, a season doth not make, and Pool are still in the bottom half of this league, but I suspect that they are a horrible team to play against in their defensive shape. Pool’s problems will show when they concede the first goal of any game. They are not designed to win, coming from behind.
 

gjr69

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I dont see any reason to change the keeper, back 4, Stewart and Dougall, Kaikai and Yates.
The other positions can all be changed but i hope we don't see Virtue playing wide midfield ever again.
 

1966_and_all_that

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I dont see any reason to change the keeper, back 4, Stewart and Dougall, Kaikai and Yates.
The other positions can all be changed but i hope we don't see Virtue playing wide midfield ever again.
As I posted on the other forum, rotation is as much about protecting players from muscle injuries as it is about tactics. Suitability-wise I'm with you but I would hope, after all the long term injuries we've suffered, Critchley should be thinking of rotation to be on the safe side.
 
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