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Ogbonna pulls no punches

Angelo Ogbonna has made a big point about David Moyes and his backroom team which may cause more than a little discussion among fans.

For the central defender claims the most important thing he has brought to the squad is discipline which of course may ask questions of the previous managerial team!

Ogbonna has been in great form since becoming free of injury and told the official website: “It’s good [our progress] but it’s not enough because we’re looking to get as many points as we can. Now I think we are in a positive mood.

He added: “When the team was doing really bad, we changed the manager and he has brought a lot of energy and a lot of positive things, but the most important thing he brought was discipline because with discipline, you can build whatever you want.

“Every manager has his type of method, but the important thing was the discipline, because with this you can train harder or train less, but you know what you have to do.”

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4 comments on “Ogbonna pulls no punches

  1. I must say, he has had a pretty good 2 – 3 months. No more glaring errors, not even too many minor errors, or slack defending.
    All due to him being tied to a central position in a back 3 of CBs. That means he can’t wander around aimlessly any more, or pussy-foot around the edge of our area and lose the ball.
    The coaching staff have done wonders where Bilic failed as did Juventus.
    Strange he should boast that he needed to be taught discipline at his age.
    I remember Obiang having 3-4 good months last season, before reverting to his norm at the start of this season, so I’ll wait for next season to see if Ogbonna can keep it up.

  2. Imho Ogbonna has been our best defender this season, Zab second best, he always looked decent but as Sleeps said was prone to wandering around getting caught out of position, he has said that playing pain free has helped and he hadn’t been pain free for many seasons so hopefully his great form will continue because he has been a real rock and along with Marko and Manu in with a good shout for hammer of the year, if his form continues really although Marko has lit things up he has been constantly good all season and my vote would probably edge towards him based on that.

    • I ‘m betting on Arnie. If he can keep up the magic for the next 3 months, then the first 3 months will fade into oblivion

  3. With the curse of the hammer of the year returning (Antonio has been well below par this year and the previous HOTY was Payet) my vote will go to Joe Hart

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