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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby phips » Sat Oct 27, 2012 10:18 pm

Vorm is out for 6 weeks. sucks for him and swansea. shame. i hope they don't get relegated.
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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Beefymcfc » Sat Oct 27, 2012 10:24 pm

Rag_hater wrote:Don't really give a fuck what pundit say think we played well.Happy with the performance today.

We won. I agree.
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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Goaters 103 » Sat Oct 27, 2012 10:36 pm

Didnt play well at all, but got the win which in itself is a quality. The points are on the board, time to have a couple of days off and prepare for West Ham.
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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Ted Hughes » Sun Oct 28, 2012 2:16 am

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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Duckman » Sun Oct 28, 2012 9:27 am

pardon my persistance,
which tactical genius plays Kola on right wing?
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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Mase » Sun Oct 28, 2012 9:37 am

phips wrote:Vorm is out for 6 weeks. sucks for him and swansea. shame. i hope they don't get relegated.


I hope they do. Their fans acted like a set of twats yesterday
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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Bear60 » Sun Oct 28, 2012 9:44 am

Mase wrote:
phips wrote:Vorm is out for 6 weeks. sucks for him and swansea. shame. i hope they don't get relegated.


I hope they do. Their fans acted like a set of twats yesterday


What were they doing to behave like twats ? I am in second tier of Colin Bell Stand so cant really see whats going on with them
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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Cocacolajojo1 » Sun Oct 28, 2012 10:05 am

Duckman wrote:pardon my persistance,
which tactical genius plays Kola on right wing?


Kolarov started off on the left wing but Mancini switched him and Nasri after a while. That didn't work so then he subbed Kolarov in the interval. I think that's fair. Most coaches wouldn't have done that, but waited until the 60th minute or so. In connection to the discussion whether Mancini's stubbornedness would get him fired, I think it's a healthy sign that he recognized his mistake early on and made amends.

A more important question though is: what does Sinclair have to do in order to get a game? I mean seriously? Did Sinclair mistake Mancini for Douglas on his first training session? What has he done to never get trusted?
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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Redna » Sun Oct 28, 2012 12:32 pm

Bear60 wrote:
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phips wrote:Vorm is out for 6 weeks. sucks for him and swansea. shame. i hope they don't get relegated.


I hope they do. Their fans acted like a set of twats yesterday


What were they doing to behave like twats ? I am in second tier of Colin Bell Stand so cant really see whats going on with them


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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Ted Hughes » Sun Oct 28, 2012 2:21 pm

Cocacolajojo wrote:
Duckman wrote:pardon my persistance,
which tactical genius plays Kola on right wing?


Kolarov started off on the left wing but Mancini switched him and Nasri after a while. That didn't work so then he subbed Kolarov in the interval. I think that's fair. Most coaches wouldn't have done that, but waited until the 60th minute or so. In connection to the discussion whether Mancini's stubbornedness would get him fired, I think it's a healthy sign that he recognized his mistake early on and made amends.

A more important question though is: what does Sinclair have to do in order to get a game? I mean seriously? Did Sinclair mistake Mancini for Douglas on his first training session? What has he done to never get trusted?


He plays a left fullback on the left wing, decides it's not working, so plays him on the right wing & eventually, after half a game, decides he's made enough of a cunt out of him to put him out of his misery, & this is a good thing ?
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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Cocacolajojo1 » Sun Oct 28, 2012 2:49 pm

Ted Hughes wrote:
Cocacolajojo wrote:
Duckman wrote:pardon my persistance,
which tactical genius plays Kola on right wing?


Kolarov started off on the left wing but Mancini switched him and Nasri after a while. That didn't work so then he subbed Kolarov in the interval. I think that's fair. Most coaches wouldn't have done that, but waited until the 60th minute or so. In connection to the discussion whether Mancini's stubbornedness would get him fired, I think it's a healthy sign that he recognized his mistake early on and made amends.

A more important question though is: what does Sinclair have to do in order to get a game? I mean seriously? Did Sinclair mistake Mancini for Douglas on his first training session? What has he done to never get trusted?


He plays a left fullback on the left wing, decides it's not working, so plays him on the right wing & eventually, after half a game, decides he's made enough of a cunt out of him to put him out of his misery, & this is a good thing ?


In the quote you can read "A more important question though is: what does Sinclair have to do in order to get a game? I mean seriously? Did Sinclair mistake Mancini for Douglas on his first training session? What has he done to never get trusted"

Although I'm not spelling it out I am actually writing "why the hell was kolarov even there in the first place when we have Sinclair"?

But as I said, he made a mistake and recognized it. Perhaps anyone with half a pair of brain cells could have told him to not try it in the first place but that didn't happen. He tried it, it failed, he recognized it, subbed kolarov for balotelli and released Tevez. Fair enough in my opinion.

There are long term issues with Mancini this season but in this instance, I'm content with how he acted.
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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Ted Hughes » Sun Oct 28, 2012 3:31 pm

Cocacolajojo wrote:
Ted Hughes wrote:
Cocacolajojo wrote:
Duckman wrote:pardon my persistance,
which tactical genius plays Kola on right wing?


Kolarov started off on the left wing but Mancini switched him and Nasri after a while. That didn't work so then he subbed Kolarov in the interval. I think that's fair. Most coaches wouldn't have done that, but waited until the 60th minute or so. In connection to the discussion whether Mancini's stubbornedness would get him fired, I think it's a healthy sign that he recognized his mistake early on and made amends.

A more important question though is: what does Sinclair have to do in order to get a game? I mean seriously? Did Sinclair mistake Mancini for Douglas on his first training session? What has he done to never get trusted?


He plays a left fullback on the left wing, decides it's not working, so plays him on the right wing & eventually, after half a game, decides he's made enough of a cunt out of him to put him out of his misery, & this is a good thing ?


In the quote you can read "A more important question though is: what does Sinclair have to do in order to get a game? I mean seriously? Did Sinclair mistake Mancini for Douglas on his first training session? What has he done to never get trusted"

Although I'm not spelling it out I am actually writing "why the hell was kolarov even there in the first place when we have Sinclair"?

But as I said, he made a mistake and recognized it. Perhaps anyone with half a pair of brain cells could have told him to not try it in the first place but that didn't happen. He tried it, it failed, he recognized it, subbed kolarov for balotelli and released Tevez. Fair enough in my opinion.

There are long term issues with Mancini this season but in this instance, I'm content with how he acted.


I just think it was dreadfully unfair on Kolarov without even getting into how Sinclair must feel. I'm not Kolarov's biggest fan but imo, he was doing his best to play the role Mancini had asked of him; he was moving infield to fill holes, covering when Clichy went forward, making runs into space. It wasn't his fault the team was playing poorly. Then Bob sticks the poor bastard on the right wing!
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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Dunnylad » Sun Oct 28, 2012 4:41 pm

Ted Hughes wrote:
I just think it was dreadfully unfair on Kolarov without even getting into how Sinclair must feel. I'm not Kolarov's biggest fan but imo, he was doing his best to play the role Mancini had asked of him; he was moving infield to fill holes, covering when Clichy went forward, making runs into space. It wasn't his fault the team was playing poorly. Then Bob sticks the poor bastard on the right wing!


It's a while since I've seen a wide player at city so wide he was stood on the touch line - he actually got more involved when he switched to the right, but is so one footed he had to come inside all the time. Must have been a toss up between Kolarov & Nasri over who should come off, despite one cross in the second half Nasri was again disappointing - not good enough for me
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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Ted Hughes » Sun Oct 28, 2012 5:55 pm

Dunnylad wrote:
Ted Hughes wrote:
I just think it was dreadfully unfair on Kolarov without even getting into how Sinclair must feel. I'm not Kolarov's biggest fan but imo, he was doing his best to play the role Mancini had asked of him; he was moving infield to fill holes, covering when Clichy went forward, making runs into space. It wasn't his fault the team was playing poorly. Then Bob sticks the poor bastard on the right wing!


It's a while since I've seen a wide player at city so wide he was stood on the touch line - he actually got more involved when he switched to the right, but is so one footed he had to come inside all the time. Must have been a toss up between Kolarov & Nasri over who should come off, despite one cross in the second half Nasri was again disappointing - not good enough for me


At his best, Nasri is world class but that is rare. Just imagine what City would look like with another player of Silva/Tevez/Aguero/Yaya class in place of him ? It's only a matter of time before that happens unless he makes a drastic improvement.
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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Cocacolajojo1 » Sun Oct 28, 2012 6:26 pm

Ted Hughes wrote:
Cocacolajojo wrote:
Ted Hughes wrote:
Cocacolajojo wrote:
Duckman wrote:pardon my persistance,
which tactical genius plays Kola on right wing?


Kolarov started off on the left wing but Mancini switched him and Nasri after a while. That didn't work so then he subbed Kolarov in the interval. I think that's fair. Most coaches wouldn't have done that, but waited until the 60th minute or so. In connection to the discussion whether Mancini's stubbornedness would get him fired, I think it's a healthy sign that he recognized his mistake early on and made amends.

A more important question though is: what does Sinclair have to do in order to get a game? I mean seriously? Did Sinclair mistake Mancini for Douglas on his first training session? What has he done to never get trusted?


He plays a left fullback on the left wing, decides it's not working, so plays him on the right wing & eventually, after half a game, decides he's made enough of a cunt out of him to put him out of his misery, & this is a good thing ?


In the quote you can read "A more important question though is: what does Sinclair have to do in order to get a game? I mean seriously? Did Sinclair mistake Mancini for Douglas on his first training session? What has he done to never get trusted"

Although I'm not spelling it out I am actually writing "why the hell was kolarov even there in the first place when we have Sinclair"?

But as I said, he made a mistake and recognized it. Perhaps anyone with half a pair of brain cells could have told him to not try it in the first place but that didn't happen. He tried it, it failed, he recognized it, subbed kolarov for balotelli and released Tevez. Fair enough in my opinion.

There are long term issues with Mancini this season but in this instance, I'm content with how he acted.


I just think it was dreadfully unfair on Kolarov without even getting into how Sinclair must feel. I'm not Kolarov's biggest fan but imo, he was doing his best to play the role Mancini had asked of him; he was moving infield to fill holes, covering when Clichy went forward, making runs into space. It wasn't his fault the team was playing poorly. Then Bob sticks the poor bastard on the right wing!


I agree that Mancini should be careful with shoving players into strange positions. Milner is one who has suffered the most because of this habit, Kolarov another. The players aren't to be blamed when their manager puts them into strange positions, at least do a degree. Mancini keeps harping on about versatility and I agree with him to a certain extent but he does have this strange habit of asking a little to much of players when it comes to switching positions.

I guess it's one of his weaknesses.
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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby freshie » Mon Oct 29, 2012 7:18 pm

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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Beefymcfc » Mon Oct 29, 2012 7:49 pm

Bear60 wrote:
Mase wrote:
phips wrote:Vorm is out for 6 weeks. sucks for him and swansea. shame. i hope they don't get relegated.


I hope they do. Their fans acted like a set of twats yesterday


What were they doing to behave like twats ? I am in second tier of Colin Bell Stand so cant really see whats going on with them

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Re: *** Manchester City v Swansea City official match thread

Postby Swales4ever » Tue Oct 30, 2012 2:55 am

Beefymcfc wrote:
Bear60 wrote:
Mase wrote:
phips wrote:Vorm is out for 6 weeks. sucks for him and swansea. shame. i hope they don't get relegated.


I hope they do. Their fans acted like a set of twats yesterday


What were they doing to behave like twats ? I am in second tier of Colin Bell Stand so cant really see whats going on with them

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