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#1 Blue 250

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    Bob Latchford

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Posted 18 Nov 2007 - 22:27

Alan Irvine has admitted that that suddenly we have a striker problem!...a nice one though he says!

If we stick with Cahill behind the lone striker...that means one from Johnson, Yakubu, Vaughan,
McFadden and Anichebe!

All I would imagine would like to think they should be at least on the bench! So that's one on the pitch, one on the bench and three probably not even in the squad.

You would surely have to have Yakubu as one of the two in the squad, then? AJ?....Vaughan!
When will Anichebe get another chance, will McFadden ever get on?

Nice problem!....or a squad arguement waiting to happen?
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#2 Bobbyj


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Posted 19 Nov 2007 - 10:32

I think we will see moyes mix between a 442 and a 451 depedning on players and injuries and who we are playing
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#3 EFCfanatic


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Posted 19 Nov 2007 - 21:55

A good problem yes. But we will need all of them come the new year as the Yak and perhaps Anichebe will be going to African Nations. I also think he'll chop and change formations. Somehow I just can't see Faddy forcing his way into the starting line up.
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#4 Calico


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Posted 20 Nov 2007 - 01:15

Yeah, the African Nations is an important factor in this.

You'd have to say that, for once, Moyes has genuine Premiership depth in certain parts of the squad and this is where he is gonna really earn his money as the manager.
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