You can disagree but you can't call it bollocks. A lot of managers feel that way. Peter Taylor certainly did. There was a quote on Liverpool at the weekend saying Dalglish is in no hurry to bring any old player in because he's worried about the dynamics of the squad. NP worked hard to build a squad with hunger and desire and one of equals. NB rightly doesn't want to bring in someone who'll rock the boat. Not only with their attitude but their wage. Look at Man United. They paid Rooney stupid money to stay. They've now got a fresh first teamer (Wellbeck) asking for Â£60k a week and a kid who's barley played a game (Morrison) asking for Â£30k. That's what happens when you raise the bar for one player. An experienced manager might manage that situation. We don't have an experienced manager. We have a guy who's learning every day and has taken the most sensible approach to the job. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Adam Pearson has done nothing but support Nick's decisions and make it his business to explain it to supporters. Take as many digs as you like but you are way wide of the mark. I'm not getting into the AP row again. Anyone with a brain knows were we'd be if it wasn't for him.