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  1. I am probably going to get crucified for this but here goes anyway. Monk was a professional footballer and has managed in the Prem and in this league, so he is not a wet behind the ears dummy and can see the same faults that we do. I think it is about time this squad of players took their fair proportion of the flak going around. We have no backbone, no graft, an inability to adapt, get kicked off the ball far to easily and our heads go down at the first setback. That is not a defence of Monk,s tactics but quite clearly the players are not doing on the pitch what has been agreed on the trainin
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