Blue Moon Podcast Season 8, Episode 33: Narratives, Narratives, Narratives David Mooney is joined by City fans Kieran Clarke and Josh Garside to discuss where it all went wrong in the Champions League, as the club exits at the last 16 stage for the third time in four seasons. How did a two-goal lead get wiped out so easily by Monaco and where does Pep Guardiola go now with his side's defensive issues? And how about the attack - how does he get them to take the chances they create? The panel do their best to analyse the current situation. We also take a look at whether City have progressed in the Champions League, despite Guardiola's insistence that they are still "young" in the competition, while the FA Cup picture is assessed, as City eased past Middlesbrough into the semifinals. David Mooney takes a look at the impact Yaya Toure has had at City both on and off the pitch, while Howard Hockin discusses the away goals rule and Kevin De Bruyne's recent form. We also find time to squeeze in some previews of the match with Liverpool on Sunday. Episode 8.33 - Narratives, Narratives, Narratives Subscribe on iTunes Download the mp3 (right click - save as) Episode 8.33 Extra - City vs Liverpool For those who back the show by $5 a month or more through Patreon, you can listen to the supplement show on their website right now. It works on desktop and on mobile. We're talking memories of home matches with Liverpool - an awful relegation, a cracking Richard Dunne showing, a Sergio Aguero moment of inspiration... and why Kieran annoyed a David Copperfield fan. We hope you like it - let us know what you think!