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forza ivano
November 28, 2023, 9:57pm

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played brilliantly tonight - hadn't realised he was at Crewe as a youngster when Artell was at the Academy
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Thought it was his best game for us. Cruel that his slip allowed MK In for the goal
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Still think hunt finished  hagrid
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I thought Hunt did well……
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i thought hunt played well when he come on held on to the ball well and some good passing
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Toby Mullarkey was the main one Artell came and spoke to when he decided against watching and got involved in coaching. He looked very animated so would love to know what was said because he got an awful lot out of a player who has fell by the wayside in recent times. We saw early on what he's capable of and Artell clearly knows it because he lit a fire under his bottom after the first 5 minutes when he showed up on the touchline.
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Quoted from Kris2
Toby Mullarkey was the main one Artell came and spoke to when he decided against watching and got involved in coaching. He looked very animated so would love to know what was said because he got an awful lot out of a player who has fell by the wayside in recent times. We saw early on what he's capable of and Artell clearly knows it because he lit a fire under his bottom after the first 5 minutes when he showed up on the touchline.


Interesting point  , must've thought he can make a difference straight away coz he knows what Toby can do
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November 29, 2023, 9:34am
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There was a buzz going through the team, and in that hairy 30 minutes second half when MK changed the pattern and stopped us playing like we did first half you had to think..this is the point at which we fall away, concede and lose confidence, and maybe lose the game. But the effort we put in to counter that was enormous.

Interesting that Artell often mentions the mental approach,  that it's not just about dutifully sticking to the whiteboard and rigid positioning, summed up for me by Mullarkey and Hunt who both looked like they'd had weights lifted off their shoulders.
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There was a buzz going through the team, and in that hairy 30 minutes second half when MK changed the pattern and stopped us playing like we did first half you had to think..this is the point at which we fall away, concede and lose confidence, and maybe lose the game. But the effort we put in to counter that was enormous.

Interesting that Artell often mentions the mental approach,  that it's not just about dutifully sticking to the whiteboard and rigid positioning, summed up for me by Mullarkey and Hunt who both looked like they'd had weights lifted off their shoulders.


In other sports , sports pyschology is used widely, and I've always thought that a number of our players (Michee being the prime example) could benefit from it. Can imagine that Artell is far more open to that than Hurst
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Take your point about Mullarkey
Great energy, strength etc
But his crossing is shocking 90% of the time - hardly ever gets it above knee high

I think that need to improve from both flanks before we start winning more matches

Hunt is an Artell type player - I expect him to be given a good run of games cos his technical skill is excellent
Conteh was class last night
I like the look of Ainlee - comfortable on the ball

I'm thinking players like Holohan, Green, Amos and Andrews might struggle in a football-playing team
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