Man City vs The Bin Challenge | Latest Training Video

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  1. MCFC1993

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    Really enjoyed this training video, some really funny moments in it, especially when they drop the ball near the end.

    Brilliant to see how much the squad looks like they're enjoying themselves, can only mean good things on the pitch going forward.

    Is this the highest our squad morale has ever been?
     
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  2. Ric

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    Spirits definitely seem high in the camp at the moment. Probably not surprising given our start to the season, but you have to credit Guardiola for the togetherness he's forged in the squad.

    Looks like they had a bit of an easy session today, well deserved after Tuesday's exertions!
     
  3. prestonibbo_mcfc

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    Aye. The players have mentioned how fun the training is.
     
  4. davymcfc

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    Some of the training sessions I have seen recently have been so intense but this appears more of a team building session which is a good mix. Hopefully the players are well rested and in good shape for the big game tomorrow.
     
  5. Tricky_Trev

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    You have to admire this coaching team. They know the perfect moments to mix it up.
     
  6. The perfect fumble

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    Meanwhile at the Swamp....

    [​IMG]
     
  7. Proy

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    No one is bigger than anybody else. No favourites. No division. That is clear to see.

    He's a great manager. I've got him from the second he arrived. Quite a few blues I know still haven't took to Pep. Each to their own, but I think he's going to be our greatest ever manager.
     
  8. Ric

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    Yeah, I think the fact that he hasn't really pandered to some of the bigger egos/personalities in the squad he inherited (Hart, Nasri, Toure, even Kompany and Aguero) has played a big part in this. There are probably fewer natural leaders as a result, but collectively we look stronger. Very similar to what he did at Barcelona with Deco, Eto'o and Ronaldinho tbh. Quieter guys (Xavi, Iniesta, Messi in that case, and the likes of Silva, De Bruyne etc) take up the mantle and lead in a different way.
     
  9. johnnytapia

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    Mancini wouldn't have stood for any of that laughing bollocks. And he'd have won every game of head tennis. On. His. Own.
     
  10. br88

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    Really enjoyed this video...just had to smile watching the reactions of the players. The team spirit looks very high.
     

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