I certainly did not want my criticism of Mowatt to appear overly strong, but we have to conceded fewer goals and we have to stay in games without using so much energy that we are out on our feet for the final 20 minutes of games, or we are going to concede late goals. That is a general statement because it was the first goal that killed us, and that goal came from a free kick conceded needlessly. But Leeds should have scored at the end of the first half when they missed from under 6 yards, and that chance did come from a quick break when we were caught unprepared. The biggest danger of conceding against Championship teams is when we get out of shape because we have committed too many players forward and have lost the ball with players unable to recover against a pacey counter attack. The criticism of Mowatt is not out of character in that respect because I have warned time after time about the dangers of the press, and what can happen when the press is broken. Yesterday, Leeds broke our press on a number of occasions and we were fortunate to escape. But what Mowatt was doing was not even a press because a one man crusade is not a press. It was the chasing of a lost cause, and it really is not worth getting out of shape to chase a lost cause. So why did I criticise Mowatt? Well it has been coming for some weeks, but I did not want to turn on last season's heroes without just cause. Whether we like it or not, we are in a relegation battle and the emphasis has to change in those circumstances. If we want to stay up, we have to start doing things more effectively. We have to become harder to beat. That all starts by conceding fewer goals, and an obvious problem in that respect is our shape immediately after conceding possession. Now you can close your eyes on the obvious problems if you want to, but that is not the purpose of Minority Report. It is basically a tactical analysis, an investigation, a search for reason, and I believe that my comments are valid within that framework. I am not a great Pinillos fan. There is no doubt that he is more competent with the ball at his feet than other candidates for that position, and particularly an out of position Jordan Williams, but that is not his main job as a full back. His main job is to defend, and he does that less well than he should. I was one of those who argued for a new left back before the start of the season, and for good reason. Pinillos is slow and he is soft. Stendel also wanted height all along the back line of our defense so that all the back four could cover the centre backs when they were draw of of position. The idea is that the back four simply slide across to cover each other. Sibbick was brought in for that very reason, and in our first game, Cavare played at left back because he also has height, strength and pace. The injury to McGeehan has meant that Sibbick has had to play in midfield, and he has done very well, but it has weakened our back four. Now I know that many did not rate Sibbick at right full back. I am not one of those. He played there because of the shape and system that Stendel wanted for his back four. Injury has meant that the ideas that Stendel took into the season have had to be abandoned, but do not be surprised if Stendel goes back to that idea once everyone is fit. I am not convinced that Sibbick is suddenly a permanent fix for our central midfield either, just because of two decent performances there. I am not a Pinillos fan for the reasons I have given. I believe that when Diaby and McGeehan are fit, we could revert to a tall back four. But that will not solve our centre midfield problem, and in my opinion, neither does a fit Kenny Dougall, or any of the other candidates currently at the club. We do not have enough quality going forward, but we do not have the kind of money needed to put that right. We have to rely upon the coach, and we have to hope that he can improve the players he already has. But as I say, we are in a relegation fight and the first thing to do is concede fewer goals.