OK, thank god that's over. Although now I have no-one to boo for 7 months. I might start booing the wife's cooking and the kids' homework. Any sensible, rational analysis on offer? Or shall we just go ahead and tear our hair out (cyclopath is excused from this). If anything, they look worse live than on TV. Then you can see the piss-weak effort that goes into chasing kicks, getting back in defence, and re-aligning the attack. If you are a back, there's simply no excuse to not go flat chat - you are supposed to be fit. Apart from effort, the main thing that distressed me this year was the lack of imagination in attack. I have played in fourth grade subbies sides with more ideas on first phase. How you can you be a professional football side, get the ball on first phase, and look like it's your first game of rugby ever? No run around? No skip pass? The only thing resembling a "move" I saw this year was the inside ball from Barnes to a forward, which was OK, but got predictable. New attacking brains trust urgently required. Anything else? We could make a list and send it to Axel. (And waju, you know more about the working at Tahland than anyone else on here. Please please make a constructive criticism, rather than excuses).