After yesterdays result against a decent Boro side who in the first half played us off the park, there seemed to be a lot of "chatter" (for want of a better word) about MONs tactics, the way the team are set up to play etc. etc. Personally I'd rather we played the fast flowing attacking football than the hit them on the break stuff we are playing. However Man Utd have been successful for years playing that sort of game so I'll bow to MONs superior knowledge on this one. Question to all and sundry; After 2 months in charge and a rake of very good results and performances did we maybe expect a bit too much from the game yesterday or, did we see a team find a way around our game plan and, with the lack of cover in vital positions a need for movement in the transfer market? Personally I did expect to win yesterday (1-0 on Argus predictor) but, only just. I did see a team swamp the central midfield area and so overloading our defence and, a better team (no offence to Boro) would have taken us apart. Maybe that was down to the CMs not protecting the back four who knows hopefully with Catts back for the replay we should find out. As for the transfers we DO need a striker and we also need a CB over to the top men to sort something out before Midnight Tuesday.