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  1. Partly bad luck due to having players being unavailable. But I think otherwise it is just one of those things: we were set up in 3-5-2 formation that worked in recent games for Nachos but it stifles our full backs. This game it didn’t work, but I was pleased that Rodgers changed it after HT with intro of Thomas and Albrighton (in place of Amartey and Praet), allowing Castagne to switch to the right (he is much better as a right full back) and effectively played 4-4-2 (exactly what I called for on the match thread before HT 🤣). It kind of worked although it wasn’t enough and I was somewhat disa
  2. Vardy has not been at his best. At West Ham, he was subpar, but his presence and runs still give a lot of worry to the defenders which means invariably he makes space for others like Nacho to score. Unless Barnes will be playing as a second striker and not a winger, doing this will put Nacho back into the lone striker role that he is not very good at.
  3. Thomas needs to stand back a bit. He is too far forward.
  4. Why are Castagne, Ricardo and Albrighton all on the right while Thomas is all alone on the left?
  5. Ndidi ... should at least hit the target ... Anyway, glad to see us switch the same I also hoped for ... but it is now a mountain to climb
  6. Need to get the full backs working again. Both Ricardo and Castagne are stifled in this formation. Switch Castagne to the right with Ricardo, bring on Thomas and Albrighton to play on the right. Get Amartey and Praet off. Got to keep Vardy and Nachos on to chase the game.
  7. Castagne is just not the same player on the left. He looks short of confidence and regularly basspasses.
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