Coaches do (and have done) a wonderful job at developing technical skills, formations and athleticism. The players that represent our club currently are unbelievably talented. However, you cannot win matches without scoring. Our side are great from the keeper to the opposing 18 yard box but then they run out of ideas. And when faced with equally technical and organised teams they REALLY struggle to unlock them. We are also clearly very averse to losing the ball "cheaply" by shooting speculatively. Mind you, we're also a very poor shooting side.
This is not a new phenomenon, and it's not necessarily just an Albion problem - but we are pretty unique in that we are a fantastic footballing side who find it (increasingly) difficult to score. That's a conundrum and it's THE thing that GPott and the coaching staff has to crack and quickly.
Additional - if the surgeon has fixed a structural problem with Welbeck's hamstring and he does get a run of games - I'm sure Potter will look at going more direct through the middle. We have to turn defences more and we have to shoot more.
I have absolutely no idea why fans shout:-
When an Albion player, esp Biss, has the ball at his feet 20 yards out.
Certainly not a PL standard player.