I think I remember a thread about this before, but i couldn't find it. People were debating the ability to teach someone how to score goals, some felt yu could and some felt you couldn't as it was more a natural element to someones game. That argument aside, there are definitely elements that can be taught, such as movement in the box when another player is looking to cross the ball in. On Saturday, there was a moment Masina did great to get to the byline and then looked up and it was Troy and one defender. My feeling was Troy lcked any movement and was easy to mark, making Masina's job very tricky. It got cut out and Deeney let Masina know his disappointment in no uncertain terms. I'm not so great at the IT so if anyone can find and post the section of play then great. But, back to the title of the thread, do we actually have a designated strikers coach? Someone to train the the likes of Deeney into the arts of movement in the box? If not, why not? Seems a fairly obvious thing to have and do. Finishing maybe instinct, but surely quick movement to the front or back post informs the person crossing of what they need to do.