His substitutions are bizarre.
You’re right, it’s as if he has an alarm going off on his watch at the same time every match, and the substitutes he nominated before the match, despite the score, start warming up.
Does he have a game plan?
Does he change tactics during a game to accommodate different circumstances?
Does he have any plan regarding substitutes?
It’s just like his transfer strategy, which is just see what happens, and go with the cheapest option.
More opposition managers are finding him out, and he has become so predictable.
Even his interviews are all the same.
He uses the well worn cliches and platitudes he has remembered like, “mental strength,” “we lacked quality,” “we showed determination,” “we tried,” etc.