Yes grasshoppers, it is true – when it comes to Supercoach strategy, Crouching One see many things through his Kung Fu slipper of wisdom. However great you think Crouching is, I must bow to the greatness of another ……. for it is said in my village, “Anyone who look this man in eye, turn into stuff inside beanbag”.
This man is Jay To – He make velly good team, he make IMPROMPTU SCE ….. He win whole bloody competition in 2011!
In this, Crouching One first special fried rice delivery, I offer insight into Mr. To’s brilliance. I also offer free bag of prawn cracker if you make good comment.
First, let us look at his team at start and end of season;
Players bolded means IMPROMTU made changes – he used trades ….. more on this soon.
Crouching One think now;
* Master Jay not care too much about having many player from same team on one line.
*Master Jay start without Goddard and Ablett …. vellysmart move.
*Master Jay start with more than his fair share of spud!
So Master Jay take little bit risk at start, he have some spud … so how did he win?? Master Jay make velly smart trade moves. Now Crouching One look closely at how this man become my hero.
First, here is a little table to help all grasshoppers understand how trades are not all done for same reason ….
In season, you will use all these types of trades. Last two types, Sideways and Injury are not good, too many of these and your become like rusty wok – no one like this.
I look now at Master Jay’s Impromtu trades – with colour codes to highlight to all grasshoppers how much wisdom this mighty warrior has in his Kung Fuslipper;
So now, like bag that have spring roll in it, we can now see a little bit through Master Jay winning team and masterful trading techniques. He have injury, he even maybe make mistake with Kreuzer, but he win.
HE WIN BECAUSE HE RESPECT THE ANCIENT ART OF TRADING.
Soon Crouching One look more closely at initial team strategy, but first he spend quite time in his cave of solitude on the ancient slopes of Monash Freeway channeling the wisdom of Grand Master Jay.
Sayonara – The Crouched One