domingo, 7 de agosto de 2011

Super Ally will not push the panic button



A few minutes ago I read on the Internet that Ally McCoist wanted the positive aspects of the game. And he probably anticipated what I wanted to write the blog while watching the game against Chelsea, even when the Jelavic goal ocurred. Ally McCoist, blooded a host of youngsters here, partly through necessity rather than choice.

Jordan McMillan was very safe, solid, on the right side, a pleasant surprise. I think he has a future. He would be the ideal to replacement Whittaker.
It was great to see Jamie Ness introduced into the second half, it´s all talent. Those who are reading this blog, know that the midfield is one of my concerns. Steven Davis is unique, no comparison, but I need someone to accompany you, press and distribute the ball by the diferent sides. Hutton probably met those conditions in the game. We will continue closely watch his career development. Davis, much more effective in a central role, was the architect with a surfing run from the halfway line followed by a perfectly-weighted pass to release Steven Naismith on the right.

Nikica Jelavic scored the game´s opening goal, headed home from a perfect cross by Steven Naismith. Jelavic´s interventiob roused Chelsea, whose defence, in particular, had looked shaky in the early stages. The goal played out the excellent connection Davis-Naismith-Jelavic, a trideny and a force to be reckoned with. Davis deserved great credit for his part in it.
Friends, we enjoy Naisy, he is a fantastic player, as well as skilled. He will make  sacrifices for the team. Although quite back to midfield during the match, partly due to the Chelsea game, he was always one step ahead.
One of the weakness´s in the team, in my view, was the performance of Juan Manuel Ortiz. Inaccurate with the ball, did not moved well, did not throw a cross or shot poorly, losing the ball easily and was guilty in the giving away of the penalty (Ortiz hauled down Drogba inside the area). I understand he needs time to adapt, but he is not fulfilling its role. Wylde finished last season with a great performance, I think it´s their time. For me, Papac and Wylde must be the owners of the left sector
This was a friendly in the truest sense of the word. When Rangers and Chelsea meet, there is never a shortage of mutual appreciation. As Andrew Dickson said in comments on the Rangers official website over the last 20 minutes of the game: “the game has certainly taken on the feel of a training game…” Very accurate description!!


I want to thank Marc Alexander has helped me deal with the grammar in this text.






2 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

I agree with alot said here but wallace deserves a place in the 1st team if he could get more games on the left of midfield I'm sure we could move Ortiz to his natural position on the right wing. I feel we are too scared to drop either edu or mcculloch to give these guys a shot also. Whittaker better sort himself out soon, McMillan to start next week give him a chance and maybe give Steven W the wake up call he needs!!
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Anónimo dijo...

@nealb84

Sorry

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