Think I have just about calmed down after last nights inept performance.
During the group stages, I did have some concerns about how the defence would stand up against a higher level of team. Now we are finding out.
Without going over every player's performance last night, my lasting thought is if Lennon is getting stick for shoehorning players into position, then why is Robinson getting away with it so easily...
Jake Carroll gets suspended but rather than play and develop Livingstone, he moves Tait back over that side. Hearts even played a 17-year-old at left-back last night so why didn't he give Livingstone that chance?
The interview withPolworth during the week, states he's used to playing a No. 10 role, more like Turnbull was playing last season, but has been asked to play deeper
Long, Cole, Hylton and Seedorf all confirmed as can play anywhere across the front three, yet no out and out striker among them.
I felt sorry for James Scott getting subbed last night, he might still be a little naive but he was the only one willing to try and close the ball down up the front. Their keeper definitely got an easier time when the ball was at his feet in the second half.