Jump to content

Walters ability to create a squad ...


Bluepeter9

Recommended Posts

I was watching this video in this thread (Pretty decent montage ) and saw Diouf when Jelavik scores he is up and cheering, waving his hands about, just like every other fan/player and it made me think what a fantastic job Walter does in creating a squad.

There has been a lot of press about Lemmon and how good he has been at pulling his squad togethre and fighting for each other etc. etc. but Walter just does that as a normal part of his every day job. Look at Weiss and Diouf - they had as much fun and enjoyment as any fan, despite being loan players, and in terms of Diouf he has just joined. (Did not mention Healey as he would have celebrated anyway as he is a fan)

The togetherness and fight for each other was clear to see yesterday - and again that fight has delivered another trophy - and the man who should rightly take the plaudits for squad togetherness is Walter Smith

Link to post
Share on other sites

We have always had a good team spirit and bond. That's what's seen us to the past two championships imo.

It certainly helps - and the man responsible has done a great jon iin creating that spirit! especially with having to use loan players and youth - he had had to assimilate Diouf, Healy, Bartley very quickly and achieved that.

Link to post
Share on other sites

It certainly helps - and the man responsible has done a great jon iin creating that spirit! especially with having to use loan players and youth - he had had to assimilate Diouf, Healy, Bartley very quickly and achieved that.

He's always been good at creating team spirit (regardless of any other faults we may agree or disagree on)

He commands respect and so many players go that extra yard for him. Through the years.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Fantastic team spirit, it's like a bunch of best mates or brothers playing football.

RICKY FOSTER is a loan Ranger but will never feel like a lone Ranger. Not when the rest of the squad treat him as part of the family.

The Aberdeen ace joined Walter Smith's squad on the last day of the summer transfer window and was immediately welcomed into the fold.

Vladimir Weiss got the same treatment and the trio who joined on temporary deals in January - El Hadji Diouf, David Healy and Kyle Bartley - will tell you likewise.

That's the kind of stuff I like to hear :21:

Link to post
Share on other sites

Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
  • Upcoming Events

    • 28 April 2024 11:30 Until 13:30
      0  
      St Mirren v Rangers
      The SMiSA Stadium
      Scottish Premiership
      Live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football
×
×
  • Create New...