It took Eric Tinkler 45 minutes to figure out that Roger de Sa (RDS) adopted tactics were behind lackadaisical performance in the first half.
Tinkler was less confident to come up with his own team by adopting RDS starting lineup, congested engine room and ineffective lone striker tactic. RDS was ruling from the grave in the first half.
Tinkler came up with a winning formula in the second half by playing traditional 4-4-2 with an effective wing play, dismantled the congested engine room and also added striking power upfront which made positive impact in the game.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. It was a very good start to Tinkler in the second half.
Congratulations to Tinkler for coming up with an effective tactical changes that made difference.
By Owen Mundalamo
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