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Jason

closed Man City 6-0 Chelsea

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Man of the Match   10 members have voted

  1. 1. Who is your Man of the Match?

    • Kepa
      1
    • Azpilicueta
      0
    • Rudiger
      0
    • Luiz
      0
    • Alonso
      2
    • Jorginho
      0
    • Barkley
      0
    • Kante
      2
    • Pedro
      0
    • Hazard
      0
    • Higuain
      1
    • Kovacic (sub)
      0
    • Loftus-Cheek (sub)
      0
    • Emerson (sub)
      4

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2 minutes ago, Magic Lamps said:

this City team is ridiculously good tho. They really have to win the CL this year.I think just after our 2004-5 team, this City team is probably the best in the epl era.

They are pretty much the same as our early Roman era. They have 2 wc player in every positions. They can beat anybody in transfer market. Pep doesn't like his fb, they can sell all 4 and sign 4 new better one

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WE JUST NEED A PLAN B - any team in the world would be in the same place as us if they just had a plan a only. 

 

If city had 1 plan , every time could work on beating them and would. we had 10 games or so at the start of the season where teams where not sure on what was going on. now every team knows its a peace of piss to place vs chelsea.

 

Huddersfield must have been PROPER SHIT

 

AND TO TOP IT OFF I DIDNT KNOW WE HAVENT SCORED AWAY THIS YEAR. THATS NOT A SIGN OF A TOP 6 TEAM

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10 days of rest and this happens...Some of these players do not have any responsibility....our defensive organization is a mess..jorginho does not have any positional sense as a cdm..in addition to that he is misplacing passes...kepa needs to improve as well..He is good keeper but does not belong to top class...Alonso the less said the better it is..

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Lol. Worse than the worst away performances that even arsenal used to put in. Just so embarrassing. Hopeless, shambolic.

Seriously need a complete reboot in the club.

The manager is a joke and has no fucking idea how to even set up a team for an away game.

The team is just bunch of pussies. Gone are the drogbas, jts, Cole's, cechs, lamps and ivanovics. Replaced with fair weather players who have no fight, spirit and bloody backbone.

The fucking players are not even a 100% committed, physically and mentally. Half of them want to leave and I would say good riddance. Sell hazard, William and who ever wants to go .just fuck off.

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Just now, communicate said:

I think that is more the problem. We are losing so many one on one battle it is not even funny. Agueros is beating Luiz and Ruddiger. Sterling is ripping apart Azpi. People will talk about alonso but that wasn't the main problem. Should have just done a mourinho and parked the bus. 

We have gotten the most joy when playing on the counter against Guardiola's sides, including the reverse fixture. So why have we gone and tried to play them in an open game, especially when we have been in poor form of late?! 

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Just now, Jason said:

We have gotten the most joy when playing on the counter against Guardiola's sides, including the reverse fixture. So why have we gone and tried to play them in an open game, especially when we have been in poor form of late?! 

Conte was right! Suffer without the ball! All hail Conte!

We were embarassing that day. But what are we today?

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Just now, MrExcalibur100 said:

They are better than our 2004/05 team in my opinion. They had 100 points last season. I never imagined such a thing can be possible in the Premier league.

The league was stronger at the top back then IMO. We displaced the Arsenal invinclibles and SAF had  great team too. Maybe over the course of the season this City team would collect more points but in a single game or a two-legged fixture, I would trust a prime Mourinho with a prime Lampard, flanked by Robben and Drogba up front to grind out a result vs them. Pep has shown that his teams are vulnerable to elite class counter attacking teams, albeit they are a juggernaut vs teams who give them space or just cant defend like us today.

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2 minutes ago, DDA said:

I cannot believe for the life of me that anyone would actually consider welcoming Mourinho back. That is joke of the year.

A close second is Sarris team selection.

He has single handedly frozen Odoi out. Defensive phase? 

We just shipped 4 goals against a direct rival within 35 mins you clown.

Don't think anyone would want him back, just saying that he may fancy it. He has an image in need of desperate rehabilitation. He'd look like a savior if he came back and won us the EL.

 

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1 minute ago, Jason said:

We have gotten the most joy when playing on the counter against Guardiola's sides, including the reverse fixture. So why have we gone and tried to play them in an open game, especially when we have been in poor form of late?! 

As if we had decided what sort of game to play before it was 3-0.

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1 minute ago, Jason said:

We have gotten the most joy when playing on the counter against Guardiola's sides, including the reverse fixture. So why have we gone and tried to play them in an open game, especially when we have been in poor form of late?! 

I don't think that was the plan. The first goal just made us forget all semblance of even knowing what the game plan was

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1 minute ago, Jason said:

We have gotten the most joy when playing on the counter against Guardiola's sides, including the reverse fixture. So why have we gone and tried to play them in an open game, especially when we have been in poor form of late?! 

I am asking myself the same. Esp after Sarri beat Pep at the Bridge with a fairly defensive tactic why is going all out to play at the Etihad? Sure the early goal killed our gameplan anyway but we looked fairly proactive in the first 2 mins anyway. Liverpool in the CL created the perfect blueprint how beat them as we did in our 2nd half performance. We might still have lost but not by that margin.

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