Registered On: September 7, 2015
He could think that, but I am struggling to see why he would think that given the performances we’ve seen so far in those positions, especially with Eisa. Gillead has played alright, but I still feel he’s more suited to the wing.
Also, this does give some evidence against the common denominator of the strategy/team being totally controlled by the chairman. You’d think if Swann was the one calling the shots he’d have had continuity between managers in term of playing position. However, Cox is playing Eisa and Gillead in different positions. This gives some suggestion that this is a managerial decision.
There is no proof whatsoever that Swann has been choosing the team. Where he is guilty is in choosing poor managers.
I don’t think there is, hence my argument above which offers evidence to the contrary of this.