Anyway, a bit from Lee Miller today, saying Kenny Miller has his own ideas on how we should play.
'Mix it up a bit more'
Livi made it back-to-back promotions via the play-offs, using long balls to good effect.
However, Miller suggested a move away from the direct style adopted by former boss David Hopkin.
"I think we're going to try and pass the ball a bit more this year," he said.
"Obviously we had a style of play last season under Davie that suited us, but this year we want to try and add to that.
Not sure about this tbh, we don't want to be too clever trying to pass the ball about in our own half and getting mugged John Hughes esque style of play. When I went to a Hearts game the season they were promoted I noticed they were a lot more physical and direct, and had abandoned their free flowing football style which romped the Championship. Us getting the ball out of our own half straight away and playing in our opponents half seemed sensible, we weren't going to concede goals by getting mugged on the ball anyway.
Just have to see how this goes, hopefully we still play a pressing game with Pittman and Byrne breaking up play in midfield winning balls back, and hitting teams on the counter quickly, I really don't like the passing game if it is slow and just passing for the sake of it. It gives opposition defenders too much time to get back into formation and impossible to break down.