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Ricky Otto

Mar 8, 2007
I don't know how many of you have seen this film but it kind of reminded me of what Paul Sturrock has done here, created a team which performs better than the sum of it's parts. It is something Mr Sturrock has done before at other clubs too which makes me wonder if he has some kind of formula like in the afforementioned film? We seem to have a team of affective players, not necessarily the most naturally gifted (there are one or two exceptions). Does Paul look a stats and create a team that is not reliant on a star striker, where goals are spread to a formula? Or perhaps he just has a way he likes to play, players that fit that mould and nothing more? Discuss