*What i'm trying to say with (like you said correctly) not 'broad' enough, is that your nothing with a 50-piece squad when only about 6 (?) of them are suitable to play on the top lvl. The rest of them are only average, poor or second rate players. While other talented youngsters like Vandebergh, Ingrao (was a lot injured this year) and De Camargo still lack experience.
=> I doubt wether the only 6 part is true. Vandenbergh and Ingrao (who I rate very high) have already played league and CL-games, so they do have experience. And with his few experience, Vandenbergh already made 10, 11 league goals. Others are perhaps discussable, but these two do have experience.
*Neither do i think the scouting is the problem.
-Vandenbergh was a good signing.
-Soley was (and still is) a great player.
Last year he was one of the best central defenders in the jupiler league.
It's only the combination Soley-Zokora that doesn't work.
-Sulejmanovic was injured when he came to Genk, and has been strugling with his condition ever since.
I think only Tomasic can be seen as a bad transfer, but he was bought on request by Vergoossen and not their scouts.
=> The one who resigned was responsible for the coming of Paas, Suzuki and Causlahri. Not the most boggling transfers Genk did the past few years. I agree on Vandenbergh's value. Soley is a D M turned into a D C. That's different. And the duo Zokora-Soley sometimes worked and sometimes did not work at all. I'm not judging Sulejmanovic, since he already showed some promising stuff. Besides, they've had plenty of time and knew they needed a rightback all along. And finally, they get a hasty, injury prone buy during winter break. Not exactly a sign of a well cosidered transfer policy.
*Genk maybe had an exceptionel season (sp?) last year, but i dont think you can deny they should have done MUCH better with this squad. :smileani:
=> Could be, but 11 individuals never get the results a tight team does. Besides, from what I've heard troubles were already brewing last year, but the results covered up a lot then. And if Vergoossen's instructions aren't executed well, there isn't much he can do except shout until he's sore.