CL last 16 draw - Monaco

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  1. Jazzman

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    This is going to be a very difficult test for us. I trust Pep to set us up tactically well against them. Presumably they want to play ball and that should be to our advantage.
     
  2. bluesmith

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    Some belting comments in this thread, this is going to be a really tough game.
     
  3. Sleeping_Easy

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    This game will be a great chance to see all these players we're being linked with.

    Not seen a lot of Monaco this season so don't know a lot about the players we're after but from what I hear they mostly fit the bracket of young and plenty of potential.
     
  4. Tricky_Trev

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    They have the potential to do to us what PSG did to Barca. They have scored 75 goals in 25 league games, an average of 3 goals EVERY match. PSG, by comparison, have 50 goals, averaging 2 per match. And Monaco concede less than a goal per match on average. Hugely impressive.
     
  5. mancityscot

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    class side with some seriously impressive talent. reckon there will be goals in both games
     
  6. crystal_mais

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    Having seen Barca get ripped to shreds last night - makes me fearful around these games. We gonna need some steel or I can see us getting out muscled and countered to fuck
     
  7. Bluep*ss

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    Totally agree.
    Monaco will be no push-overs.
    They are top of La Ligue, 3 points clear of PSG with a 20 goals difference advantage over them at +52 versus +32 and that is some statement of intent. They have a young African striker who is scoring for fun and Falcao who is looking to be not far off his one time best.
     
  8. Father Paul

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    I hope your right. However, you may wish to think again about your views on French football after last nights CL action.
     
  9. Bobbyespania

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    Watched the PSG v Monaco game here in Thailand and Bernardo Silva is well worth a punt for city in the summer transfer window, very talented.
     
  10. TonyM

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    The fact that they are flying may lead them to be too confident going into the game and hopefully a lot less confident after 5 mins and our first goal scored.
     

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