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No Miguel you are wrong !
I used to think like you but everyone on this board has enlightened me in the ways of mediocrity & the pleasures of dropping points to allow inexperienced little boys run around in the fresh air .
There is no pleasure in the masculine amassing goals a plenty , clean sheets galore & hoarding points greedily .
You must Join us Miguel in the all new caring sharing steadied ship , transitional period , problems off the field , it will take time , 5 year plan LFC !
This is not the 80's you know & league titles are so out of fashion , get with the times Miguel !
May God bless the children & all who benefit from scoring against us !
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Actually it wasn't a bad result. If you think about, what options did Roy have on the bench? None.
Kuyt is clearly still not match fit - his legs were gone in the first half.
If you two know anything about the different grounds then you will know Wigan's pitch is atrocious to play on. If you ain't fully fit, you usually get found out in the second half, which is what happened. It was 3 days after a gruelling game against Chelsea too.
I'm not questioning Roy yet, as a draw under the circumstances was not a bad result.
I do feel though, he could have prepared the team better. We should have used more long ball tactics as an emergency measure.