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Guys, what has happened to Ben Davies? Is he solely on Europa duty or will we ever see him in the league?
Rose has been better Davies this season(comparatively speaking). As surprising as that statement sounds, it's the truth. :P

Unlike Naughton/Walker, there's not much to separate these 2, so we might see Davies play a few league matches eventually.
haha thanks Suraj - I have a draft fantasy league going with my mates and I picked Davies thinking that he was a shoe-in for starting LB, since Rose has been so consistently disappointing...
+1
you guys played fairly well until you hit the self destruct button in the pen box.. i guess now you can relate to utd fans, shocking giving up 3 pens in a game (though in our case vs liverpool it was while at home).
We gave up 2 but I get what you mean, Kaboul frustrates me. After the Arsenal game I thought he'd really turned a corner. I don't know what he was thinking going in like that.

I love the game but this week there were some shocking penalty decision's, the referee's have a hard job these days but there has to be a change because it's ruining Football imo. I'm glad Garry Monk had a go at Mose's this week, he is a cheat and so Is Lampard. I'm shocked Lampard of all people would be so unprofessional.
+1
I don't think Lampard was as bad as Moses. He was already running as fast as his little legs could manage and when you get rolled like that your momentum carries you over.

It wasn't a foul, but neither was it really a dive. It was just an awful decision by the referee.
^ Lampard exagerrated contact, same as Moses. Contact was a little more in Lampard's case, but that momentum thing is utter BS. He felt the contact and went down, fair enough. Shouldn't have been a pen. I can see why he can get away without a booking too. Difficult to call a dive when there's atleast some contact.
^^^^^

Hold up; how many times was Bale booked for "dives" which had about 10times that "contact" that Moses felt? And yet there are still cases for why the pen was warranted but yet Bale is still known as a diver... hypocrisy much
@Deffyduck, if you lose balance while running, you don't land perfectly on your knees like Lampard did. Clear dive.
All the best Gazza

COYS!

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the score definelty doesnt reflect how the game played out. you guys were a good team for most of the game but unlucky mistakes can affect the game. its a team sport and if one of the 11 plyers make a mistake the whole team pay for it. still showed some good football today
Mistakes weren't unlucky tbh. Defensively, we were awful(individual mistakes as you put it). Yea, the score doesn't reflect how the game panned out. Good to hear some neutral views. :)
+1
Right up until the red you guys were causing City all kinds of problems. The main issue today was that only one center forward showed up.

Both teams were poor in defense and the match could'v went either way, the ref gave 1 poor penalty to each team, and the red imo was a red, referee waited to see if Kaboul would'v cleared the ball and b/c he didn't he sent Fazio off (cause Aguero would'v had a tap in).

However, there is a dangerous counter attacking front four there in the making (just needs some work on the finishing).
@BluFF: I agree it was a red. I am finding it hilarious when people are explaining how it wasn't a clear goalscoring opportunity.

That front 4 does look potentially lethal. It was their 1st game together of the season. They should improve if played together more often.
+1
Eriksen was a beast in that game.
@Duces: His decision-making was questionable in the first half. Apart from the goal, every-time he, infuriatingly, chose the wrong option.
That's tough on the boys, all that hard work undone by a stupid foul by Fazio.

Im proud of the boys. Two bad referee decisions changed the game, if soldado scores it's a different game. We were in this game 100% don't go slagging off the players they've done their best.
+3
I agree it was a good show, It maybe would have been a better result/game if it was a different referee.
+1
Referee kind of spoilt the game imo. Credit to City(Aguero) for taking their chances when they came, but also I think we have to give credit to our players who really played well especially going forward. (Eriksen,Chadli, Mason and especially Soldado)

Think Soldado was really unlucky not to bag one today, was really great in the link up and showing great chemistry.

Game was much closer than the scoreline suggests, but definitely lots of room for improvement in our Defense.

At Least we are attacking alot better than we were last season, the attacking movement is alot better now, just gotta get our back 4 sorted.

Valiant performance from the lads today. COYS!
+1
Biggest positive, we might finally have found a stable front-4. I think those 4 can be deadly against anyone. Mason's runs from deep are a great plus too. Our defence, frankly speaking, is not good enough for top-6 side. We have to soldier on. Think there were plenty of positives from that game. :)
+1
Well, we've looked the better team imo in the second half before the Red. Many chances created, but when Soldado misses a penalty, you just know its not gonna be our day :(

Football is a 90 minute game so it doesn't matter that we played well for 50 out of 60 minutes. Every minute counts, every chance counts.

We just didn't finish our chances at all, we could've easily been 3-2 up, but also could've easily been 5-1 down. Just shows how poor and undisciplined our defense have been.

+2
We gave away the ball far to many times in broken play where I feel City are at their best, paid for it when Fazio got sent off. Gave the ball away in midfield and our defence was all over the place. I feel for Soldado, I thought his general play was brilliant today.
+2
Its been a pretty good first half from us, creating about the same number of chances as City. Could easily been 2-2 going into the break, and should be 1-1 as the penalty was really soft as hell. Not a dive but very, EXTREMELY soft.

Looking forward to us coming out in the second half and attacking City!

Edit: Soldado has looked brilliant, just had to add that in

COYS :D
+1
It was a dive. Lampard's flopped and the refs bought it! It's absolutely f*****g criminal that we've dropped to this standard for penalties!

The Kaboul tackle was a penalty you go in like that in the penalty area and your asking for trouble I can accept that. But Frank new what he was doing and just went to ground. Some people call that clever, I call it unprofessional.
+1
The team has looked good albeit some individual errors. Both City goals shouldn't have been.
+1
Well, I've got to say it could've been a lot worse! But It could've been a lot better haha. That first goal should've been called off side, Frank Lampard is clearly interfering with play by jumping in front of Lloris and how that's a penalty is beyond me! absolute f*****g bullshit! The old Kaboul looks to be back! horrible challenge in the area for the second penalty and got himself in a silly position for their first goal. Never closed Aguero down and when you give a player like that time look what he can do absolute class! I've gotta say though we've looked good at times going forward, the front 3 are linking up excellently. Soldado's link up play has been immense!

Second half COYS!
+3
Never a penalty
+2
Hugo Lloris, Danny Rose, Younes Kaboul, Jan Vertonghen, Eric Dier, Erik Lamela, Nacer Chadli, Christian Eriksen, Etienne Capoue, Ryan Mason, Emmanuel Adebayor
+1


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14
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15
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11
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12
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13
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14
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26
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2
2
0
2
0
2
2
2
0
1
1
0
2
0
2
3
1
-2
2
0
1
1
0
2
4

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