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“If I could have done anything differently, I wouldn’t have set my expectations quite as high. Finishing sixth, whilst ultimately within reach, was perhaps an unattainable goal given what I am trying to do here. The pressure on the players was increased by my just saying that and it really showed in some important games towards the end of the season. They were in a strong position mid-season but didn’t have the experience to draw upon to see that out and, being truthful, maybe I didn’t either. However I would consider it unfair, Mr Chairman, to say that we underachieved in any way. We finished higher than expected and we have something strong to build upon for next season. But in terms of tactics, team selections, training schedules, signings, I am content that I done everything I could have done but I do hold my hands up to say I shouldn’t have promised what I couldn’t feasibly delivery. Please note that European qualification was not mentioned publicly by me – I cannot control the media spotlight.”
Mark Stewart was addressing an end-of-season meeting of the Board of Directions of Örebro SK and was being quizzed on why Örebro failed to finish in 6th position as he had predicted.
“The Board have a responsibility to the club and I respect their disappointment but I really feel that their very disappointment only exists because of what we achieved over the course of the season. We don’t have medals of trophies to show off but we have a lot of pride around the club about the way we played football and how we developed as a unit.”
We begin with a statistic: 79 goals have been scored from set-piece positions this season so far in the Premier League. An average of just under four goals per team may not seem that high but an extra goal in four games is the difference between losing and drawing, or drawing and winning. The difference between safety and relegation? Statistics, unfortunately, only go so far so you can let your imagination run wild with how odd goals affect whole seasons.
Given the above, we recommend that you take the time to concentrate on how your team in Football Manager 2013 deal with set-pieces. Whilst this may seem too much like micro-managing for the casual player, it can take just a couple of minutes to organise. If done right, you too can be making better use of set-pieces. Read on for the full guide. (more…)
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