I do not want to make small threads about one game, but I am generally interested in your theories. We all know Sarr is probably good one game in five. He was absent last night, and we looked a much better side for it. We attacked, passed the ball much better and Louza had a lot more freedom in the middle to thread a pass. Kone' was very good last night, his best performance for us to date. He doesn't have Sarr's pace but he works a lot harder. Now I know it was just one game, and Brum were toilet, but it does raise a question. Were we really going out there in these dreadful games waiting for Sarr to wake up and do something? It seems like the whole identity of the side is/was built around Sarr. Time will tell of course, but I was impressed with how much more freedom we had without him on the pitch. Thoughts?