When the ball is on the left wing Lowe roves over left of center and Cullen is staying right side
Duffer liked what he saw at the start of Tuesday. 3+2 may be done. unless he does something Dufferish and play Ginnelly as LWB.
Whatever line-up we're using, Ian Walsh and his co-com can't see it. He's already commented on lack of style and tactics saying he can't make out what we're supposed to be doing. He demonstrated his point by saying that in one move there were four Swans players in a line up front with not so much as one player using the space created in midfield. We might be leading but Walsh remains unimpressed and I listen to his comments because he tells it as it is. Pretty certain that he can't abide Duff's methods....... like the rest of us.Yeah, it seems like 4-1-4-1 (Grimes in defensive midfield, Patino and Paterson in attacking midfield, Lowe and Ginnelly on the wings and Cullen up front) or 4-2-3-1 with Grimes and Patino as midfield pivots, Cullen up front, Lowe and Ginnelly on the wings and Paterson in attacking midfield. I like both formations. Finally, an attacking line-up.
Radio comms agree saying that Owls are very physical and turning the game into a fight. I've got only one response to that - if you can't handle yourself you've no business being a professional footballer. I was kicked black and blue when I played (not as a pro) to the extent I can barely walk these days. But, sure as Hell, I gave back a lot more than I took. Your own pride and self-esteem demand you do that.We do not look good again , but luck is with us so far , as our luck changes with Ginnelly going down off the ball . Wednesday far more physical than our lot , and they've now kicked 2 of our players off the park .