Geez they just got rid of one 'yesterday's man', can't imagine they want another less successful one.So who are Spurs after now? Can't see Rodgers going there. Rafa?
If anything a low profile manager will be afforded more time because it's not a band aid appointment and it would be one that we may have to accept 2 steps back to go 3 forward. Like we did with Pochettino. I was at a game early on in his 1st against Stoke at home where we got beat and sat about 12th in October or November and there were murmurings that he could get the chop but ultimately the club bought into his long term project and it went away pretty quick. We slowly improved and hit some real good form from around late December through to the end of March and finished 5th not that close to 4th.Potter should be cautious if he ever gets offered the role. This is a team that sacked high profile manager 6 months after making CL final. Imagine pressure on a low profile manager
I've changed my tune massively on him thanks to some analysis that looked further into their xG stats which have been great when results haven't.it'd be interesting to see potter's brighton style with a consistent finisher like kane leading the line.
The same xG stats that people have talked about week in week out?I've changed my tune massively on him thanks to some analysis that looked further into their xG stats which have been great when results haven't.
Their attackers alone have scored roughly 10 goals less than they should, all in negative. Our attackers bar Bergwijn all in the positive and have scored 9 more than they should. Could be quite an interesting dynamic seeing us play under a manager that creates so many chances with lesser players.
Yeah looking into them in further detail explains its not so much a system failure. More bad finishing on most parts. And then even further look into the Maupay issues which I found odd but the analysis shows that he isnt the right striker for the system. Big reason I've been sceptical of Potter and Brighton is through loosely following Brentford and how well Maupay went there it just seemed odd to me he can't seem to work that well for Potter. But in reality he's doing okay and is a square peg in a round hole. He's work at Brentford was more poaching than the chances created for him at BrightonThe same xG stats that people have talked about week in week out?