Have you had your say yet, in the ‘What’s gone wrong at West Ham?’ debate?
Ex-players, broadcasters, reporters, bloggers and – in all likelihood a dog somewhere – have piped up, so let’s take it as a given that we’re in a mess.
You could suggest a hundred and one solutions and not cover a tenth of those on offer in print and on social media platforms. Your own responses to Headmaster’s post: ‘West Ham; When a blip becomes a crisis’ have shown the intensity of the debate, and it’s great that there are so many constructive comments coming the way of this site. It illustrates the depth of passion and the amount of thought that goes into analysing each game.
But how about focussing on just one suggestion to start with? Let’s call it the 100 per cent club, and ask each player to become a fully paid-up member.
I accept that sport is not a precise science. There is no way that a human being playing a sport can get everything right all of the time. No-one is ever going to play the perfect game.
But there are areas where you should be able to guarantee 100 per cent – especially when you are a highly paid professional.
- Effort and Commitment
Effort and commitment