| norfolkngood wrote:|
| LDS - "So we get Marshall in, supposedly good at right back as well as further forwards, gets two or three chances and doesn't do so well, so Pinto comes back, but he has looked a bit gung ho in his apperances and was caught out against Leeds so Aarons gets his chance after an excellent cup match. Nothing negative about Farke's actions there. I call that good management. If Aarons goes on to prove himself and make himself first choice RB then job's a good'un". |
A Good Manager would of selected the best one in the First place LDC not tried 3 in one position to find the best one !
No. Marshall was identified as a RB, Pinto an experienced campaigner and Aarons nothing more than a young hopeful - who had to wait his turn. Having waited and then taken his opportunity, the world is now his oyster. Well done to him and well done to Farke for giving him the opportunity and the right circumstances to be able to make the move to the first team. Good management, without a doubt.
Of course the onus is on Marshall and Pinto to raise their game when they get another chance, but because of good management, the competition for right back is well and truly there.