NukaCola Registered User
Carra was played and Enrique was left out because of the aerial threat that Everton pose, hence keeping Agger in the team. Thats all i can think of being honest. That and Kenny gave him the nod because of sentiment. Maybe a bit of both? A more attacking team would have caused us a lot of problems in that back four.
We could have had Johnson Skrtel Agger Enrique as our back four and done the same job at least IMO. I think it wasnt a great move leaving out Enrique, who has been very good for us this season, in favour of Carra playing, who hasnt been great for some time now.
What Carra said this morning
So he recognises his place in the scheme of things apparently, it would be good for Dalglish endorse this by playing Coates when one of Agger/Skrtel isn't playing.
LuckyLloyd The Voice of Reason
Seems to be a classy individual alright, and it looked like the win meant an awful lot to him.
Also, he might have looked a tad shakey at times, but **** me - he came out and attacked every ball. It was gutsy, even if it wasn't brilliant.
Really liked the one were he flattened Carroll to get a fist on it, love seeing a keeper just clear averyone to get to a ball!!
as a keeper myself, i can tell you it isnt easy to come for those balls. just the other day i made the mistake of staying on the line and cost us a goal...vital he was brave and came out...
and not many can argue the man, and his family deserves some happy memories.
I think no matter how you feel about Carra as a player, you can't help but like this interview.
Think it shows how much the club means to him.
Anyone any links to extended highlights? Was foggin it this afternoon when the match was on!
RasTa Registered User
I haven't seen that much of him this season but have read a lot of bad reports on here. Should he do the G.Neville and realize he is past it and retire?
Am I getting old as I have genuinely no idea what this means?
with the added games of the europa league he is still needed but will certainly be 4th choice CB next season and that is prob the level he is at.
It also gives us an extra year to blood the like of wisdom into the 1st team set up and I am sure Carra's experience would be invaluable here.
Also have Danny Wilson who iirc is out on loan at Blackpool. Anyone know is he playing regularly?
Anyone any links to extended highlights? Important bit.
Was foggin it - Sleeping
a few weeks back, some people might remember me slating carra a bit...thinking he was a little bit toxic to the defence...
today that little misjudgement between him and agger may have supported me more than anything else...
but when i saw carra choking up at the end of that interview...that all just went out the window...while i dont want him starting ahead of agger and skrtle, or in fact johnson or enrique, carra may be the exception to the rule on noone deserving a squad spot on merit alone.
Jesus Wept 49:1
Unfortunately the manager is overly sentimental like yourself and it will continue to cost us should it continue.
ush Registered User
The owners aren't. They need words like "sentiment" explained to them. They wonder if there's a futures market dealing in "sentiment".
djPSB Registered User
I'd prefer Spurs.
Chelsea have improved since RDM came in and have much more experience than Spurs in Cup finals.