Some of you may have read the book 'All for the Wolves' by Stan Cullis, one line that sticks with me is towards the end when he's picking a team of players made up from the era he played and managed in. In goal he went for Frank Swift of Man City as the best GK during that time (Bert Williams reserve keeper), and relays a story of one of the first times they ever played together: "In one of our first matches together, I went up to head away a dangerous centre somewhere near the penalty spot. Suddenly I went down in the mud and I thought a steam-roller had strayed on to my part of the field. In a flash, big Frank was picking me up, straightening me out and warning me, "The six yards area belongs to me!". Never in all my life have I been so pleased to obey an order without a second thought." For me this is Wayne Hennessey's biggest failing and starting to cost us a number of points. Both goals tonight, the second especially could have been dealt with by more decisive action. Yes, he's young, but if he isn't confident enough then he shouldn't be playing. It's the one thing that the training staff really need to get drummed into him, he's got support from the crowd like few players ever have over the past 20+ years, so no excuses of boo boys getting on his back, but he really needs to sort it out. Any ball in the box he should be making sure he gets to. The indecision and staying on his line will continue to cost us, and ultimately him his place if he doesn't sort it out. I won't be surprised to see Mick playing Ikeme against Blues with the intention to keep him in after that.