While I'm ardently not in the camp that has been laying stringent criticism at DB10's door of late, I do accept that he is not the player that he once was. His touch and experience can still be of benefit to the team, but, not, it would seem, his mouth! Does anyone else think his Euro comments are bang out of order? As one who has refused to take part in nearly all of the away legs, it seems a bit churlish to be criticising the teams attitude, however well intentioned. On top of that I don't agree with his assessment. Yes we've been too tentative in our approach to the CL, but, to suggest we can resolve that by playing attacking football is tantamount to the dead Captain Ahab waving on the rest of his crew to their deaths at the hands of Moby Dick! It has often been attempting to play this way, against more disciplined european opposition, that has been our undoing. The Leeds game was the first indication that the attacking side of our game is getting back into full gear, but, with respect to Leeds, this was not a true test. We have stayed unbeaten by playing in a workman-like manner and I believe this is exactly how we need to approach the Kiev game. If counter attacking opportunities arise we have the players to capitalise, but, as well as being a must win match it is absolutely a must not lose?