Pompey Poll: Cavalier or not?

Kal Naismith is one of many attacking options available to Paul Cook Picture: Joe Pepler

Kal Naismith is one of many attacking options available to Paul Cook Picture: Joe Pepler

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Have your say

In today’s News, Blues boss Paul Cook said he wanted his side to recreat the sparkling swagger they displayed earlier in the season.

It’s a tactic the manager believes served Pompey well as they set the League Two pace at the start of the campaign.

And one he hopes can ensure the Blues’ participation in the end-of-season play-offs – or even a spot in the automatic promotion places.

But if you were the manager, we want to know what your tactics would be at such an important time of the season.

Would you play to Pompey’s strengths and go all out attack, knowing you had the personnel to do opposition teams damage?

Would you play it safe and focus on the Blues being tight at the back?

Alternatively, would you rather win ugly or lose out playing attractive, free-flowing football?

Let us know by clicking here and taking part in our survey.

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