With Fraudgers gone and Lenny back in the hotseat does anyone think he will see the need for a set piece specialist? Harking back to days of yore when anytime we had a freekick in a good area or a corner there was ALWAYS a hope of a goal. Even more so with Nakamura. A couple of players we have can hit them aye. But none of sufficient quality as to raise the hopes of a goal. Our free kicks either go skyward or fail to clear the wall. And our deliveries from corners are just * shocking, thats if we just dont come short and recycle the ball around the box again. Like the defence, it clearly wasnt an area the snake was overly interested in. Will it be for Lenny? More importantly... should it? Looking at the football culture of 2019 set pieces dont seem to warrant the importance they once did. The days of Roberto Carlos, Beckham, Naka seem to have dwindled and made way for something else. Our set pieces are what brought down Barcelona, what drove Juventus to (what should have been) a suicidal defensive tactic of wwe style wrestling in their own box (* * of a ref) I for one dont exactly know enough about tactics to lay a stake on whether we should utilise set pieces as an actual tactic of our philiosophy.... But I'd like to have that little tingle in my balls again whenever we get a corner.