- Tue Jul 30, 2019 9:29 pm
I think it can be a little difficult to defend in friendlies. Nobody goes in boots flying, or putting their body on the line, and understandably so. There’s usually a tacit agreement between managers as to how ‘competitive’ these games are.
In fairness to Crawley, it was one hell of a strike. Maybe we could have lashed it clear earlier, but what’s the point of doing that in a friendly? May as well try and play your way out of trouble.
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