Thrilling transfer windows could become hells kitchen
DATE: 06.12.2017 - THE CUNNING FOX - NEWSDESK
Wrong doings in
thrilling transfer windows is a trap of dimentions. Fans are eager
to see a new face, some fresh legs and all that, but often the
signings are just big gambles and taking huge risks
Martin Allen is the only manager in the clubs
history to lose his job because of wrong doings directly in transfer
deals, filling the pockets of an agent, buying a player that would
be considered just a cash cow.
Most of the time managers are sacked because of bad results and
often those results are directly connected to affairs in the
transfer market, making mistakes few would believe was possible and
you start wondering why in hell are the manager doing this and that.
To follow Leicester City in thick and thin, you are often looking at
the squad the balance and how contracts are running. Players are not
machines but human beings wanting to play football, that is what
professionalism is all about, not money.
You can be satisfied with your contract and the deal done, but if
your are not allowed to play, or given the oppertunity you suspect
will be given to you, players start to look for a move or a loan
somewhere to do what they are paid to do, play football games.
So when managers decides to use fantastic amounts of money on
players they just want to be part of a crisis plan, or that you can
easilly see will struggle to deliver at the same level as the one
they are suspected to replace, that is a pattern of a manager on the
Claudio Ranieri, Craig Shakespeare, Peter Taylor, Frank McLintock,
Micky Adams sadly fell into the trap to believe that quantity can
replace quality, something that will never happen in football.
The worst mistake done by Claudio Ranieri was to add too many new
players, just equal or not better than the once he had, and never
being able to replace Kante, then you are lost and you start to
troll with the rest of the players as well, bad management.
Claude Puel looks ok, he will give youth a chance and players coming
up from the youth ranks will be more patient and they will look at
the way forward getting into the team.
A player not playing, will be bored and his mind will start thinking,
what is wrong with me, why am I not in the team, something I
believed I would be, if you have 10 or 11 of those around, you are
in a difficult place.
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