Saturday, 10 September 2011

Survey - It's Your Turn

Pass and Move have now posted a number and variety of articles examining the Socceroos, and would like to hear what our readers have to say. One of the remits we at Pass and Move have set for ourselves was to stimulate debate and prompt discussion. Do you believe PM's analysis has been faulty or overly complicated? Or do you believe PM have overlooked crucial points and ignored central issues? Don't hesitate to comment and say so. We will welcome and endeavour to respect divergences of opinion and respond positively to criticism.

We have been particularly surprised to have received visits from people not just in Australia, but also the United States, Hong Kong, Britain, Canada, Thailand, France, China, Germany and Spain. Pass and Move would like to know why this has occurred given our relatively restricted subject matter. Are you foreign visitors Australian expats? If not, what interests you in reading Pass and Move?

What are your own tactical theories or observations about the Socceroos or the A-League? What beliefs do you harbour about playing style or team selection? How do you foresee the re-building effort which is ongoing within the Socceroos squad? How do you perceive Holger's impact on the national team? Which players or formations do you think need to be introduced by Holger? Why do you read Pass and Move? What aspects of Pass and Move do you enjoy?

These are just some of the things we at Pass and Move would love to hear about from our readers. Please leave a comment below and tell us what you're thinking. Knowing that people are reading and responding to our work is really our only motivator to continue with Pass and Move; we don't make any profit from this website - we have only started advertising to try to offset costs incurred. After all, there is little point in writing to stimulate discussion if no one bothers to discuss.

We'd like to thank all of our readers for their support, and would like to ask that if they have enjoyed Pass and Move, to please help spread the word.

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