Its refreshing to see young managers come in to the game with no fanfare of how good they'll be based on their playing career, the Ipswich manager took over last season & quietly assembled a nice, tidy team that could win 2nd consecutive promitions, a nice change from the Rooneys, Gerrads, Lampards & our Keanes of this world, who the media go into overdrive telling us all, these ex footballers have all the credentials to become top managers based on who they are
The constant negativity must have had some effect. It has been a tidal wave all week. If you cant think positively - you can't be positive.
That includes not only players but management team also
It is always good to have one player on the field who doesn't accept defeat "leader" if you like. That could have made a lot of difference
Did their defensive system offer us any pointers that might benefit us ?