I agree with those who have expressed concerns about Olivieri. Although recognizing that we have scant evidence, a) blaming the schedule in his interview was not only ridiculous, it was not even a clever excuse as excuses go and b) listening to the Martinique game, he struck me as a junior house league coach with his non-stop shouting. I mean, it's understandable I suppose that this is a group that won't have played together and won't intuitively know the system he wants, but these are all guys playing in pro environments who should be able to recognize without being reminded when they have gone from five to three at the back. If they can't, that's a big problem. As the coach you need to be able impart not only what you want tactically but that you expect players to show this awareness themselves on the pitch every minute of the 90. Apart from Baldissimo's master class in the first game, I didn't see the full-game maturity and awareness from this team, and I didn't see Olivieri acting as if he was expecting them to.