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Hey Tomi,
Yaya is in the ten role ;)
so it'll be another madrid final eh..i hope atletico will avenge us
Dude fyi we are playing Madrid in the second leg today. What's the point of being a fan if you write us off for the biggest game our club has played in our CL history? Get a grip, turn the tv on and watch the game buddy. The team can use your support.
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Haha.. what a joker this fellow Nedved007 is! What kind of mindset is this!!?
he's just a committed troll
We have such an uninteresting squad. When I see our subs list aside from Nacho I'm almost afraid at the possibility that one of them might come on. It appears Gundogan and Laporte will be coming in but I hope to god Denayer comes back. He can play CB and also RB which we will need for the next season. I hope we promote Aleix Garcia and Manu garcia as well. Alex is far better than delph. I mean when you look at our team most of the players on the bench are defensive options. I can't count how many times Kolorav came on as left wing. For me:
Defense: Kompany, Otamendi, Laporte, Denayer, Zaba, Clichy, (Insert new LB)
Midfield: Fernandinho, Gundogan, Silva, KDB, Aleix Garcia, MAnu garcia, Sterling, (New AM/winger) (New CM) (New Winger)
Forwards: Aguero, Nacho, (New Striker/winger)
At most we should purchase 5 players and get rid of 9. (Mangala, Demichelis, Kolorov, sagna, nasri, navas, fernando, Bony, YAya
For me:

Defense: Kompany, Otamendi, Laporte, Mangala, Deanayer, Sagna, CLichy, Creswell

MF: Fernandinho, Kante, Gundogan, Aleix Garica, Delph, Silva, KDB Navas, Patrick Roberts, Sterling

ST: Nacho, Aguero, Odion Igahalo

Some of you might disagree, but if Chelsea sell Costa, I don't mind seeing him in a City shirt. I know his an idiot who gets himself into trouble but if Pep can fix that about him he would do great for City. He has something most of our guys lack, passion and work his butt off. He would drop back and try to play from the MF to get things going not stand around like a rock waiting for service. Although his flopping and nature of getting into fights is just too much.
Our trainee is ready. Alexis wants a move to City.
Sanchez? Just joking, but I'd welcome him if he wanted to move.
We all knew this was bound to happen.
seriously..i welcomed him anytime..i think he's too good to be affected by the boos
Silva and yaya out of the squad.
I expect the same CL lineup from last week. Only question will be who plays in Silva's spot. Will it be Nacho? Sterling? Delph(god I hope not)?

I am going to throw out an idea and almost nobody will agree with it but lets talk about it: Lets say we play Bony and Aguero together.

We haven't seen much of this pair at all and Bony has been a big disappointment to the fans. We know aguero can play off a bigger striker. He had a great half of a season paired with Negredo a few years back. Bony may be enough of a presence just to get Aguero some space and time on the ball more. He hardly had any touches on the ball in the first leg.

Edit: City twitter confirmed they made a mistake and yaya has travelled. I retract my idea above. I think we play yaya in the ten role and KDB on the left. It's where he scored his goal from against PSG in the second leg
Lol never. Bony cannot be played no matter what.

Negredo ran and hustled, making use of his abilities. Bony is like a tree - does not move or run at all. Liability to the fullest. I'd rather play Nacho if I want a second striker. Also, I'd play him a little deeper as well if we do.

Looking at the current form of Sterling, Delph, etc I would think Yaya will play at #10, KdB at left wing and Navas at right wing. Ferns in the midfield.
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You made me laugh tomi, you are right Bony is definitely like a tree but an invisible one atleast a tree has some kind of prescence.
No I agree. Bony is a waste of a player. I can't think of the last time he contributed something to play.
Tomi, looks like we agree. You missed my edit at the bottom! haha.

But I do agree Bony is miserable to watch. I was just tossing around an idea
Best of luck 2morrow guys.
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Thanks but Luck wont help us this time around only hard hard work, inteligence and skill which I dont know if we are capable with some of the players we have right now but here is hoping.
Last 4 years we have been in CL, We don't have a good Manager or Management, if we use that as an excuse to throw FA and PL games.
We have been very naive in the CL. Good players with lots of experience but we still fail. This year for some reason Pelle has gone in more conservatively and it is has paid off. KdB had made a massive difference too.
Kdb single footedly saved our CL push, the kid is worth the dollars unlike some others.
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I'll give Mancini the benefit of the doubt, we were still new in UCL, although watching him at Inter, his gone from sticking to the same players to now rotating and changing his line up according to his opponents. He doesn't have the players he wants at Inter but I've seen some growth from him.

With MP, sorry to say, we had half of season were we looked invisible. After that we dropped out of the title race and were going to lose until Chelsea saved us by beating Liverpool. The following season, we were just awful and now were at a new low in terms of the PL. The only positive is how MP finally turned it on and actually wants to win UCl and is playing the way he should have been from the start.
What a nonsensical fool Pellegrini is.

Nasri and Demichelis in CM. What kind of voodoo is this?

Bony should not kick another ball in City colors again. Sterling, Delph, Kolarov were terrible. I don't even want to talk about the CBs. Wonder which one will play on Wednesday.

The team was supposed to prove themselves today. Instead they only justified Pellegrini's decision to play them today.
The only man fighting for a place next season is Nacho. This is not the kind of management we need at City, no excuse not to show up. I mean is this the case from here on, don't show up for this game today, we got one more important coming up. Foolish management.
He is only thinking of CL games, for his own credits. Are we going to beat RM? I hope so...
Just gonna throw this out there, if you want to leave Aguero, silva, yaya, and de bruyne out next weekend please feel free! No offense lol
Dream on, were bringing our a game against you guys.
Haha Shaymoose I would definitely leave out Yaya if we have to face the Arsenal midfield :D
Don't be so hard on Yaya... man! he did his best for us all these years, god knows what battle he is having in his head!!
Well he achieved a lot in the past - I am not talking emotionally here. Obviously he has been a pillar through our success. Last two years he has been missing on the defensive front and we get routinely run over by teams having packed midfields. If we make the same mistake against Arsenal there is no way we are making CL. We saw what So'ton did to us. Arsenal will be worse.

If we have to play Yaya it will have to be in the #10 role and that means that KdB gets pushed out to the wing.
Folks. Our apologies for the site being down. Our team has been working around the clocks and happy to say the issue has been resolved.

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