16th September 2018 at 8:29 pm #26399sean the sailorParticipant290 pts
Ye I always remember us being linked with Silva. He was a left winger then Mikus. Really top top class player who just keeps to himself16th September 2018 at 9:25 pm #26401
Sean…best ever? hard to define for me because I can go a long way back, however, he is and has been my favourite player at City since he arrived. I have yet to see him have a bad game, a quiet one, here and there but never bad. I just love his ability to keep moving and finding space, rarely see him make a backwards pass but above all it is plain to see that he loves playing football. I agree, Bernado Silva, he is a carbon copy of David….just a few years younger and a bright future ahead of him16th September 2018 at 9:40 pm #26402
Reading the City programme before the match, the opening pages was a letter from our owner. It was written with a great deal of humility and clearly put forward the desire to continue every aspect of Manchester City F C as well as social responsibility. It is also not just about City it is a way forward for any football club. I wonder how many owners could pen such a letter, well worth a read I know most clubs do not have the recources like he has but this is about what needs to be done and City have not reached “Everest” yet, he says City will make mistakes along the way but they will be worked through with the diligence that has given us the 10 years19th September 2018 at 11:42 pm #26523dr ianParticipant3 pts
We didn’t need Mahrez- he looked out of his depth in tonight’s game. The guy we should have gone for is Aubangyemang or however his name is spelt. Clearly Jesus is simply not good enough. Incidentally anyone else notice our under 19s got mullered?21st September 2018 at 8:31 am #26540
Dr ian…like I was saying, mahrez is an experienced PL player, he needs to get into the game and not just to give short passes sideways and back…get forward lad.
Jesus is talented but I think he will not blossom in PL or with City, we need another Augerro. Lyon also took David Silva, Gungdogan, and Fernandinho out of the game. Fernandinho should be rested given the amount of work he has to do, put Foden in his place for at least 65 minutes. I will be pleased when KDB is back, I am sure our midfield miss him but we should be capable with the squad we have. Cardiff will be hurting as much as we are from last result so I do not expect an easy game but one of tough tackles and packed defence. Sane and Sterling on the wings please21st September 2018 at 11:07 pm #26553dr ianParticipant3 pts
Good evening Brian. I agree that tomorrow’s game will be difficult. Cardiff are a team of cloggers. Not sure if this is the game for Foden but surely Gundogan won’t start. Pep should stop chopping and changing with our centre backs. Liverpool aren’t changing theirs. Walker had a stinker against Lyon. We need the points tomorrow. A new striker in the January window please.22nd September 2018 at 9:19 am #26556Big JimSpectator183 pts
Ian is right Cardiff are a team of cloggers. Bennett on Sane was as bad as they get.22nd September 2018 at 9:09 pm #26599
Gungdoghan was another to face Cardiff cloggers. I was not happy with our defending or pass quality in the first 30 minutes and better teams would have punished us, however, we found our shooting boots, at last23rd September 2018 at 9:16 am #26600AdlabParticipant230 pts
Cloggers… Just look who is their manager.
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