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I was really busy working and didn't catch the game, watched the replay and all I can see was that we were dominated in our own backyard by a 10 man not full strength Bayern got luck by a slip up or two and Aguero bailed us out with his brilliance lol, oh yes it's laughable. I know I'm suppose to be confident and supportive right now but the way we are playing right now I can see us going to Roma and botching it, you heard it here first, Aguero can't bail us out every game.
It was a much needed win but lets remember that Bayern didn't create many chances either. We were strong defensively and yes they controlled possession but it means nothing when you can't score. Also their goals that they scored were based on mistakes from our players apart from that what they picked up, apart from that what other open wide open chance did they have? They won the battle in MF but people need to stop glorifying them as if they were slicing us up wide open and take shots on goal.

As far as the Roma game isn't far off, City is going to play their hearts out, we are the comeback kings in that respect and I would much rather see City go out in the knockout rounds rather then the group stages. We've been poor in CL and surprisingly are first win in 5 games comes from Bayern but if we can play our cards right then I think we might have a chance. I want to see Jovetic start because when he came on for the Bayern game he just instantly changed things. I would play this formation:
---------Hart------------
Zab---Kom--Mang--Kola
--Milner--Yaya--Fernando-
----Silva--Jovetic------
------Aguero-------

I like the line-up because we can have the hard workers in Fernando and Milner who can play that CM/DM role. Give Yaya the freedom to move forward and link-up with Silva and Jovetic to push the team forward. Finally let Aguero go crazy, if we can get a good pass from him then he can finish although I would like to see Lampard start because he can make some affective passes. Problem is we need players to stop Pjanic/Nagga/Keita or even Strootman running the MF. Its going to be tough but I want to believe we can do it!
http://www.uefa.com/uefayouthleague/season=2015/standings/index.html

When are we going to see a manager implement more City academy players in the first team? We have real quality making their way and some on loan. Our Uefa youth league team is on top of their group and in fact have gained more points then any other team during the group stages. Things like this can't go unnoticed or were going to lose some potential top players, I'm really happy how well our academy teams have been doing. Our U21 is in second place in the their league and our u18 a point away from gaining first place. We lost out on Abdul Razak and Emyr Huws who showed quality and Denis Suarez who left to Barca. If City gave him more chances at the first team he might have stay and I've seen him at Sevilla and I would re-buy him in a heartbeat because his doing really well. Its just kinda of disappointing if we lose out on more. Were about to lose out on Nastasic and I'm sure no manger in their right mind would let him go. Are Marco Lopes, Rekik, Iheanacho,Pozo, Zuculini be given more chances or are they eventually going to leave when they figure out how City's system works. What about Jason Denayer and Guidetti who are killing it at Celtic.

I know I might just be overreacting but it makes you wonder because even now we don't have one player promoted from the academy and we have alot of talent. I just want to see a manager who can give youth players and a shot and really execute the Barca academy system that we've been trying to copy.
Frank Lampard hails Manchester City’s Sergio Agüero as ‘different class’

http://www.theguardian.com/football/2014/nov/26/frank-lampard-manchester-city-sergio-aguero

Frank Lampard with some very humble words, talking about Aguero and his admiration for Messi/Ronaldo. " I’ve never played with Messi or Ronaldo, only admired them from afar, but I’m lucky enough to have seen Agüero now and he’s right up there.”

Dear Frank - they may be class but you are an absolute "Legend". One of the best, humble and respected midfielders of this generation.
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Frank is such a legend. Even at 36 years of age his still preforming better then some of our midfielders and giving it his all. I'm hoping we can keep him until the end of the season.

I guess the saying is true for Mr. Super Frank, class is truly permanent.
The team look up to him, they adore him, manager, club, fans, want to keep Lampard for the season. Not too bad for old fat Frank :)
So apparently were after this guy. http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/manchester-city-fly-layvin-kurzawa-4694082

Don't watch much of Ligue 1 anymore but I hope City does plan on bringing in a replacement for Clichy. He was capped recently by France and was in the Ligue 1 13/14 season team of the year. Pretty impressive right?

Then I find out this when I try to look him up on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfCMXgNyiSs

What sportsmanship by this guy, lol! We don't need this kind of player here at City.
Arrogant prick. Best stay away from him.
at first i thought he's a Japanese dude
Good in football mananager. He's young so i like it
come on , this type of behavior is normal for a man of his age.
Saw the game. Some thoughts:

1) We were far worse than what someone expects out of a City team, but we were 3 times better than what we have been recently.

2) We did the unthinkable with the help of one man. Nevertheless I don't get why people are taking away from the win. A win is a win. We don't expect to win day in day out like Real/Barcelona/Bayern and nobody said we are at that level. One step at a time.

3) As much as haters diss this one as 'Bayern dominated us with 10 men over 70 mins', Bayern also made some dumb mistakes and we capitalized. Fair game. We made a rookie mistake in the set piece as well. Dunno how nobody talks about that.

4) We really need to up the game. Overall I don't think we are anywhere near the CL level in terms of competing against the big teams. We have a long long way to go. Hopefully the mgmt. looks at it and thinks about fixing things in the right way.
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I agree, mgmt needs to fix things for the next Cl tournament. We need more players like Aguero, Milner, Lampard, Silva, Kompany who are impact type player and work their socks off. As good as our squad is, we aren't CL ready, especially a tough group quality team atm. We have players that are just here at City and nothing more and once they pick up form we love them but when it matters they fail to prove themselves as CL quality material.
hello guys. i wanna ask but it is really of topic, i just create a new fifa 15 career mode with man city. who's city realistic transfer target in january windows? i know u guys hv the answer. btw aguero was my fav city player and he was outstanding last night. one of he's best city match. best wishes to mancity from milan fans. sorry bad english thanks
No realistic target to be honest. We have a team of really talented players, who are not playing to the plan at the moment.

I see a center back coming in, but don't know who is available. Apart from that I really don't see how we can change our team. We need to change the way we are playing.
paycheck justified. I watched the match replay on fox soccer to go and they show those spolier score points. I only saw 2-2 so i scrolled to the end only to see 3-2 im like wtf o.0. GJ!
Build the momentum from this guys:)
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Augero has the world on his feet, great comeback win you Citizens ! Hopefully you guys come to the next round of games in the KO's
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Everyone is on about the wrong Argentinian :P

Aguero masterclass. Now go qualify. (not saying this b/c i want you guys to have more fixtures, saying it b/c i like seeing English teams get far in the CL)
+2


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24
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2
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12
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24
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13
24
2
3
7
12
3
19
4
15
19
3
4
5
12
4
19
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14
3
4
5
12
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18
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16
20
4
3
5
12
6
18
3
13
16
4
3
5
12
7
17
5
15
20
3
5
4
12
8
17
3
19
22
3
5
4
12
9
17
-1
17
16
5
2
5
12
10
15
-2
15
13
5
3
4
12
11
14
-3
18
15
6
2
4
12
12
13
-4
17
13
5
4
3
12
13
13
-7
19
12
3
7
2
12
14
12
-4
21
17
6
3
3
12
15
12
-11
17
6
6
3
3
12
16
11
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17
14
5
5
2
12
17
10
-7
18
11
6
4
2
12
18
10
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20
8
6
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8
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2
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0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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22

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4
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4
5
1
5
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12
8
2
2
1
5
2
5
-1
8
7
2
2
1
5
3
5
-4
10
6
2
2
1
5
4

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