By TTT subscriber Vincent Byrne.
I wrote the piece below in the early hours of this morning in response to Saturday and the doom and gloom.
I just thought, after a couple of days of reading/listening to the so-called experts, not to mention some of the knee jerk responses of even the most moderate supporters, that I would add a few thoughts after Saturday’s game at The Hawthorns.
I have just finished reading ‘The Big Miss’, a golf book telling the story of the six years that Tiger Woods was coached by the author, Hank Haney. An interesting point, amongst many interesting points about the world’s greatest golfer, related to his desire that even after winning eight Majors with his previous coach he wanted to change his swing to make it even better, more consistent, less erratic in order to ensure that he was in contention in the competition, in particular the Majors, on the last nine holes on a Sunday.
The desire to dominate by creating a swing, a process, a system if you will, that would ensure that he consistently was in a position to win at the sharp end of each competition was interesting and as I read on, struck a chord with me about what FSG and Brendan Rodgers are aiming to create at LFC.
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