What? Oh no, I don't have one. I would like to hear one though. I don't need to hear about the personnel, it's telling that different parts of the board are critical of all three of our central midfielders. It's obvious why Keita was so desired, and it's shit we didn't get him. What I mean is with wijnaldum can and Henderson being the middle three most of the time when available, what are they meant to be doing? What are their roles defined as? Usually Henderson is the least advanced, usually wijnaldum the most. Usually if we are in possession and not pressed our cbs go wide and even advance beyond Henderson who then is meant to find outlets. Often off the ball Henderson and can are close by each other, occupying space, but won't press. I see our midfield in this curiously disconnected pastiche, with gestures at positions but only a defined system of play when we are utterly dominating possession and they have the freedom to rotate with our attack. Their relationship to each other otherwise seems vague. In any given game 1 of them will look to be redundant at times. Could someone tell me what's meant to be occurring, without it devolving into which one of them is the shittest?