SOD Off Back To Bournemouth?
After the terrible excuse for a football performance on Saturday we ask, should O'Driscoll stay or should he go?
Its only been a few weeks since he took charge, but does that matter? Does the lack of passion, tactics and formation show that, despite what John Ryan thinks, SOD is not going to be the next Arsene Wenger?
Pro O'Driscoll fans will point to the 45 minutes of good football we played against Bradford.
Those against will argue that it was only the fact that we had gone behind that meant we had to go on the attack. If Bradford hadn't scored, would we have gone for a point?
SOD said after the Blackpool game that he had hoped we might have 'nicked' a goal. Is that acceptable, for a home game, to try and nick a goal?
Those wanting rid already say that we lack width, as SOD plays a narrow formation, and we dont have the players to do that. He lacks passion and the desire to win. We have gained 4 points from three draws and one lose.
Is it better to go all out for the win and loose (as Rovers did at times under Penney) or do you like O'Driscoll's tactic of negative play and hoping to grab a goal?
When JR brought Sean to the club he said it was because of the attractive attacking football that Sean likes to get his teams playing. WE have the players to play that game, the experience of playing that way and yet, O'Driscoll does not want to be positive.
Are you happy?
Should the fans rally round him?
Can we bounce back?
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