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MAN CITY 0 – 2 Newcastle – MY THOUGHTS

30 Oct

It’s all going wrong for City and Manuel Pellegrini. The issues are beginning to mount: a deflating draw in the Champions League that showcased the repeated failings of the players and manager, two miserable defeats in succession, inflexible tactics that are becoming easy to play against, supporters who are starting to question decisions and players [...]


22 Oct

In four seasons in the Champions League, this was undoubtedly the most depressing – and telling – result. Over the past few years, we have suffered crushing last minute defeats to the likes of Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, been on the receiving end of a miserable loss away to Ajax and witnessed a footballing [...]

MAN CITY 4 – 1 Tottenham – MY THOUGHTS

19 Oct

This was football as it should be played. There was plenty of drama, action and excitement. Above all, it was entertaining. For the neutral, I imagine it must have been a pulsating game to watch: five goals, four penalties, a red card and two teams whose only intention was to pour forward and create chances. [...]

Bury 1 – 2 MAN CITY: Patrick Vieira’s Squad Through To Manchester Senior Cup Final

14 Oct

Seko Fofana was the star of the show as he fired Manchester City’s EDS to the final of the Manchester Senior Cup – just two months after City suffered heartbreak in last season’s competition! George Glendon had given City the lead in the opening exchanges with a delicate free-kick, before Clive Platt equalised for the [...]

Aston Villa 0 – 2 MAN CITY – MY THOUGHTS

5 Oct

The general perceptions of David Silva and James Milner could not be more different. One is viewed as a gifted artist, blessed with typical Spanish virtues of technical excellence and creative flair. The other is referred to as a willing runner, happy to get stuck in, but regarded as having limited talent. On paper, they [...]

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