I'd like to see us pick up a stronger CDM that can link up play. We'll be getting Yedlin in January, and hopefully Walker comes back before then, but if not, a RB wouldn't be remiss to pick up as well. But even above both of those, for Heaven's sake, can we please bring in a striker that actually instills some modicum of fear into the other team's defense? Ade is lethargic and plays only occasionally and Soldado is a bust at this point. Kane has looked decent, but he's still a youngster. We absolutely need a world-class, 20+ goal striker. It's been neglected for far too long now.
A whole new team.
Bah... shaddup ya jerkface! (gotta admit though, I laughed.)
Just finishing up Enterprise. Season 3 was awesome, the rest wasn't great. Captain Archer is awesome though.
Loved Enterprise.. with the exception of the original, because nothing is ever better than the original, it was the best of the spin offs. But, I've been a Scott Bakula fan since his days on Quantum Leap, so I'm a bit biased.
The writing was great.. was sad to see it cancelled.
Patience is a virtue.. he's a rookie and you should expect him to have a few stinkers his first two seasons. Once he hits his stride, he's going to be unstoppable, but not if we bench him every time he has a bad game, as it'll ruin his confidence.
Give him some time to develop. It'll pay huge dividends in the long run.
I think if Shula would start calling a more efficient and short gameplan, with a couple of down-the-field plays mixed in, we'd be better off as a team and he'd get less hate on here overall.
It's the WTF calls that make us all doubt him. He's just too predictable at this point, and needs to get drives going with less run-run-pass-punt moments. He has called some good drives, but he's also called some drives that leaves everyone wondering what he's doing, including announcers, experts, and guys who breakdown the game tape. I think he'd be fine if he could just put some rhyme and reason into what he calls.
Ref was very biased today. Cahill slide tackled from behind with both legs extended on Alexis should of been straight red. Then Fabregas blocking Wilshere shot with both hands in the box was not called.
Oh, I agree.. should have been a 10 man advantage from that tackle going forward. The announcers that have been drooling all over Chelsea's nutsacks stated a red should have been called against you guys also failed to mention it most likely would not have happened at all, as the game would have been played differently from both sides.
It's the Big C - they're going to get the Fergie treatment from now on until either they fall from the #1 spot, or that midget turd-cutter leaves again for La Liga. Sucks to be the recipient of the one-sided officiating, doesn't it?