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      Throw In Coach Thomas Gronnemark

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      FATKOPITE10
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      Re: Throw In Coach Thomas Gronnemark
      Reply #30: Nov 19, 2018 05:29:19 pm
      Which arm do you post with Ribs?

      I think which ever one is free
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      Re: Throw In Coach Thomas Gronnemark
      Reply #31: Nov 19, 2018 05:49:43 pm

      I would say 99% of my errors now come from swipe to text as it's quite inaccurate for choosing the correct words, but it's also 3-4 times faster to use.

      Which arm do you swipe with ?

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      Re: Throw In Coach Thomas Gronnemark
      Reply #32: Nov 20, 2018 03:48:08 pm
      The key to good throw-ins is equally strong arms. My right arm is a lot stronger than my left, makes my throw-ins lob sided.



      Yeah my throw ins are absolutely w*nk too.
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      Re: Throw In Coach Thomas Gronnemark
      Reply #33: Nov 23, 2018 02:11:48 am
      I've always thought we are the worlds worst when it comes to throw ins, always to someone who promptly passes it back to the thrower, regardless of the tight markings, (unless it's a Joe Gomez special)  do top players need a throw in coach?
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      Re: Throw In Coach Thomas Gronnemark
      Reply #34: Nov 23, 2018 02:44:38 am
      do top players need a throw in coach?

      Every little helps.

      Personally think we need a set piece specialist. Have lost our mojo since Coutinho left- we tend to just lump it in the middle hoping for Virgil to get on the end of it. Would like to see a bit more tactical nous and swagger.
      « Last Edit: Nov 23, 2018 10:04:22 am by Benito »
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      Re: Throw In Coach Thomas Gronnemark
      Reply #35: Nov 24, 2018 12:33:44 pm
      Every little helps.

      Personally think we need a set piece specialist. Have lost our mojo since Coutinho left- we tend to just lump it in the middle hoping for Virgil to get on the end of it. Would like to see a bit more tactical nous and swagger.

      Throw in coach..set piece specialist...corner coach...drinks minder...chair wiper...rock them to sleep artist..bring me,fetch me,carry me...muddy boots wiper...****...."now you know full well there is no such thing as mud in football.."
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      Re: Throw In Coach Thomas Gronnemark
      Reply #36: Dec 15, 2018 04:33:39 pm
      I do feel our throws are getting a bit better. Hopefully we get more long throws when Gomez is back.
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      Re: Throw In Coach Thomas Gronnemark
      Reply #37: Dec 16, 2018 01:05:53 pm
      When can we have a corner coach
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      Re: Throw In Coach Thomas Gronnemark
      Reply #38: Dec 16, 2018 01:16:33 pm
      When can we have a corner coach

      Weird isn’t it - I think our corners have looked poor all season but apparently we’d scored more set piece goals than any team in the league (up to couple games ago) 🤷‍♂️

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