The thinking behind it is we were playing at Cardiff and Blackpool recently on pitches just as bad as Watford and we went for speed with the guys up front and it never really worked out so we thought, 'let's see if we can play with a bit of strength up front and when the game dies
down we can use our pace'.
Former Warwickshire coach Bob Woolmer, now with the Pakistan national team, said: "It is always a sad day when one of the great icons of the game dies
It's all nonsense, of course, because the day people stop talking about football is the day the game dies
, although the SPL would likely be happy if comment was limited to platitudes such as: "It was a game of two halves", and "congratulations to our opponents for winning".
The day that international football is about adopted nationality is the day the game dies
at that level.