Originally Posted by Francis
Like I said, excuses.
Well if they are excuses what are the reasons, in your opinion, for Englands long term failure during Boycotts tenure in the booth?
Since when has an excuse for failure been that the team is not good enough. It is not biased when you have a realistic appraisal of a topic. An excuse is used to explain something that could in your opinion easily have had a different outcome. Boycott has always looked deeper than this and never waved off a failure with a simple excuse.
Biased definition: To cause to have often negative opinions formed without sufficient knowledge. A preference or an inclination, especially one that inhibits impartial judgment.
Boycott is a realist with high standards. He may be concentrated on England but his opinions are not pro-England. In fact many of his criticisms of England in the 90s have been indirectly adopted to form the basis of the current England system.
Did you know what the word biased meant before using it?
Pat Symcox is biased but Boycott is not