Falling foul of circumstances you can do nothing about,however football basics he should quite rightly be called out on.
Changing a settled back 4 that hadnt lost a goal and bring in a player that shites it against Celtic??? We arent allowed to criticise an absolutely mental decision like that?
Some of the reaction to Wednesday is OTT,but why cant we criticise the man for picking the wrong side,and the wrong tactics?
If we had really set up to have a go like he reckons,wed have played the likes of Wright-young,fearless and not afraid to run at them.
To start Rooney,is again,a mental decision.He isnt a run his bollocks off and harass the back 4 player.
Celtic are our bogey team,but then they are everyone elses too!Its the manner of the loss that irks most people tho.
I assume the player who shites it against celtic is Considine?
People see what they want to see. Everyone wanted Rooney and Considine not to start and Wed and they did.
Low and behold everyone starts screaming that rooney and Considine were the main problem. But the whole team was chasing shadows.
Watch the goals again. They had fuck all to do with Considine, but apparently it was a major mistake by McInnes to play him.
The accusation is that he gets ripped a new arse by Rogic, but they even showed the lc final goal before the game and it was Shinnie who was at fault. The very man people want to go to left back to neutralise this threat.
Simply put, whilst McInnes is not perfect and like anyone else can make mistakes, having watched the game I'm not convinced that the mistakes people say he made were mistakes and the so called "what he should have done" solutions make far too many simplistic assumptions.
We saw last season after the first home game, everyone frothing at the mouth because maddison didn't play. It was so simple play maddison and go for it and we'll take these cunts.
Well, we got our wish in the league cup final and soon found out it wasn't as simple as that.
People should be pissed off with Wed night, but we should be directing our anger at the league, not the manager.
Edited by Ernie McCracken, 28 October 2017 - 07:47 AM.