Date: 27th February 2018 at 8:46am
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While Steve Cotterill claims his squad ‘isn’t strong enough’, spare a thought for the players he has let go.

The Blues manager said – ‘We’ve had a few injuries and suspensions and it’s thrown us all over the place’.

The manager was quick to push David Cotterill, Emilio Nsue and Stephen Gleeson towards the exit door – players who could have eased the burden, bulked the coffers, at least until the the end of the season.

Cotterill reckons that the club will be in the same situation ‘in a months time’ regardless of whether he is the manager.

Maybe so. But at least we may get a slight suggestion of attacking football – a manager setting his team up to win games rather than not to lose. And an honest assessment after a defeat wouldn’t go amiss either…

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2 Replies to “Steve Cotterill: ‘our squad isn’t strong enough’”

  • And who’s fault is I that the squad is not strong enough ….only an idiot would get rid of players before signing replacements ..and Cottie said before the window that the squad was to big …so is the squad to small now …COME ON they say the best form of defence is attack TRY IT ….

  • Rob….Thanks for your overall coverage of the latest Blues crisis. Your investigative determination and sheer volume of posts attempting to find the truth behind the scenes, has not gone unnoticed.

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