For me it's great play by both players.
Ampadu looks up to see Georginio making his run.
Georginio signals the run and holds back to stay onside.
Ampadu delivers the ball exactly where it needs to be.
Georginio controls it well, holds off the defender and places the shot.
I find it amusing...
When morale is down playing out from the back can become inhibition.
Hartridge has been caught in possession a few times and needs to have his confidence restored in terms of delivering the forward pass.
I still like Hartridge at his best.
I'm dismayed, apprehensive and frustrated but still intensely interested.
As with most things I take a little picture / big picture approach.
Grim matchday performances,
morale at rock bottom,
GC and Club under a lot of pressure due to current form (and should be),
Because it's a report on a Youth match probably.
With some of the players being 15 and 16.
The coaches would obviously go over the errors in training but also accentuate the positives in development.
Not much to be gained by rubbing salt into the wound in print.
I refer you to Brad Miller's...
But that criteria (promotion likelihood) alone would rule out loads of clubs each season.
Quantifiably improving a club is also noticed by others and we offer managers the time and support to do that.
Hence the current dilemma.
Sustainable football at the highest level has been our declared target for a while now.
That was declared before the last managerial appointments process.
The Club thinks that League 1 could be sustainable which is why Project 6,000 was mooted should we achieve promotion form League 2...