As they say that from the moment the word sorry was discovered, it went for a walk of honor, it also applies to football: from the moment that the saying “I take responsibility” was worn by the coaches, the football logic went for a walk in the park.
For those who haven’t caught on, Corberan took charge again after the finale against Freiburg. And after taking responsibility he avoided explaining to us why we saw what we saw on the field.
And I leave the image aside, that is again the Olympiakos players watching their opponents play ball, and I take the options. So, the coach chooses to put Retso as a left back.
Olympiacos took him for the stopper positions but also because he can help from the right back position and on Thursday we saw him on the left. In other words, to hide Ryabchiuk’s problem we created another one.
We also put Ba and Cisse back in the stopper positions. Does the duo seem to work for him? Or does he have in mind that the world must watch every attempt of the opponent to attack with bated breath so that nothing happens? I’m asking…
We learn that Kunde was in pain and that’s why Corberan chose to put Bouchalakis in the match. And as soon as the Cameroonian enters he looks like at least a normal player. Compared to what we saw until he entered… let it!
Let’s go ahead. We put Bowler as a starter against Volos on the right and in the next one with Freiburg we drop him on the left. Why; To completely screw him over or because we thought he would help Retso? The second, however, did not show that it does so consistently. Therefore; This inspiration is also wrong.
Further ahead, the thing passes the inexplicable. Sticks to Ouy Joe leaving El Arabi on the bench. And the Korean again didn’t show the slightest bit. I’m the first to say that the one who doesn’t play is always the best in the world. I don’t get into that logic but I can’t even say what I see: that Corberan seems more confused than the day he came and with ideas that don’t help the team to move forward.
I’m with you: if being the coach of Olympiakos is a difficult job in itself, the way Corberan found the situation made it even more difficult. But, hey, we didn’t tell you to make us play like Pep’s Barcelona. Let’s not break our heads in every match trying to understand the thoughts we want…
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