City v Liverpool - Post Match Thread

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  1. karen7

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    We had better paste them at their place,the players will be motivated on both sides
     
  2. mardon85

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    Agreed and something tells me the ref will want to 'even' it up.

    If we beat them again it'll be twice as satisfying.
     
  3. wagonman

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    Surely you mean "when"?

    JJ
     
  4. Chris in London

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    I think the general mood in the second half was that we were enjoying the show too much to worry about the atmosphere. If that had happened before the smoking ban a bloke selling big fat cigars would have made an absolute fortune.

    Besides, their end emptied after the third. Not much point rubbing it in if there's nobody left to hear it.

    You'll never walk out alone.
     
  5. HarrytheBlue

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    Without doubt, our firepower got into the Liverpool heads in the sense that their natural instinct would be to go for broke (nothing to lose) but fear of being destroyed from so many lethal options left 'em neither defending nor attacking. In recent years opposing teams have confidently parked the bus initially, but with our enhanced heavy artillery, now with two full backs who can attack as well as defend, teams must be half expecting to be inviting disaster. Attack us and we'll exploit the space, sit back and we have a bit more magic to unlock teams. And in recent years, teams have targeted our left side - always our biggest weakness. That weakness has been plugged, albeit still work to do in the middle when Vinnie's not fit.
     
  6. prestonibbo_mcfc

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    Mendy is a big plus for us. Him getting in behind and putting in strong crosses, has and will cause havoc.
    I can see one of top scorers being OG ;-)
     
  7. HarrytheBlue

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    It's the range of crosses - cut backs along the ground, raking diagonals, near post, far post and usually first time (no hesitation).
     
  8. HarrytheBlue

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    And that save by Joe from Berbatov.
     
  9. HarrytheBlue

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    When Vinnie plays, Otamendi plays well. No accident - it's called leadership.
     
  10. prestonibbo_mcfc

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    Think he gets more bollockings, when Vinnie plays. He seems to think he can get away with things, when he doesn't.
     

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