Date: 11th December 2009 at 11:15am
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Some Forest fans had the brass neck to criticise manager Billy Davies on Wednesday night, over his team selection for 0-0 draw at the Blunts of Sheffield. Many fans thought the team was set up too defensively, for one of the toughest encounters of the season, but Davies says he’s ready to make changes again for the trip to the Liberty.

Young Majewski was rested on Wednesday in favour of Luke Chambers, for what was always going to be a bruising affair. Personally, I didn’t have much of a problem with the lineup for the game at Bramall Lane and thought the end result in earning a point was a decent one. No matter what the game and no matter what the opposition is, I suppose as football fans, we’ll always have a different opinion. That’s the beauty of being a fan though.

Davies today told the official site. ‘I’ve got a big decision to make because this is our third game of the week. There’s no point us trying to battle through with the same players when we’ve got a depth of squad, with the likes of Adebola, McGoldrick, McCleary and Tyson and all these people, and not change it. I am thinking of changing it this weekend.’

That will be music to the ears of Billy’s critics, but as the manager has said before, he will pick teams to suit the opposition. In midfield and attack, he has the options to change and due to the fact that Swansea play a similar game to us, he can select a more attack minded team. Whether he opts for two strikers up front, remains to be seen, but one thing that is certain, is that come the time for the team announcement tomorrow, we’ll all no doubt have something to say about it.



 

One Reply to “All Change For Swansea”

  • Majewski in I think, can’t see him starting with big Dele, so Dex & Earnie up front, the suprises may come in the midfield positions….

    Hmmmm…….

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