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Life President
Dec 10, 2006
Just listened to Phil Brown and he said it's unforgivable to miss so many chances this season. He said we need a 20 goal a season striker. Some of us have been telling him that 2 months ago.
He said until he finds one, the players in the final third have got to start putting the ball in the net.

Trouble with all this is at training he does so much work on the defensive side, endlessly telling where they are going right and wrong.
Like I said before, I have watched training for many years and this is by far the worst bunch of strikers at shooting.
They do shooting practice and nobody tells them where they are going wrong. Probably because no one can spot where they are going wrong.
You can see as the body shape is all wrong, that it's going to go wide, or they lean back, that the ball is going to go miles over the bar.
And yet, nothing is said.
So defence wise, we have 2 of the best in the lower leagues in Brown and Coughlan. Attack wise, we have no one.