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  1. NipHolmes

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    Because Chelsea have blown their season early doors and Arsenal have fell off the radar, that's why!

    As for 3-5-2. Have you noticed Kolo looks comfortable with 4 at the back, same with Clichy. Have you seen them play when we go with 3 at the back? They suddenly become Reading level defenders. Why? because they have little confidence and understanding of the formation.
     
  2. Rolee

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    I can't be bothered Nip, you're so entrenched you can't see the woods for the trees.
     
  3. NipHolmes

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    Could say the same about yourself mate.

    I think this thread highlights how hard a decision this is.

    For me Mancini fucked up massively pre-season by using the 3-5-2. He copied Juventus and failed to implement with success. When you get players looking confused and muddles in a formation you now you're on a loser already.

    I am of the opinion that Mancini has failed this season. You can dress up second as a 'not bad' season but really you fail to state that we are closer to third than first and third is a club that sacked a manager early doors and are bedding in new players and have internal problems. Arsenal sold their best player and have fallen off the radar and Spurs have just 2 strikers!

    Yet apparently my resentment clouds my judgement. Unbelieveable.
     
  4. rastus

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    Regardless, we will never see or experience a PL win as we did last season, it was the most exhilarating moment. And some on here were calling for Mancinis head back then.
    Even brought joy to these twats:

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yO7B9ERbqdY[/youtube]
     
  5. Bluemoon115

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    Just a quick point, we're closer to 7th than we are 1st. That's not a title challenge.
     
  6. moomba

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    Do you not think professional footballers should be capable of playing more than just one formation? I think De Boer said something about being amazed at the players not doing their job properly.
     
  7. Rolee

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    I wouldn't mind but he obviously used that system to have a plan B, something that the same people that are criticising it now were screaming for last season. The fact that he was willing to experiment also flies in the face of the arguments that's he's one dimensional and/or stubborn in his thinking.
     
  8. BringBackSwales

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    Just a reminder as to the last time City had a manager who had actually won something (Tony Book) - we had 1 poor season (it happens) and the wisdom that is Peter Swales decided to replace him - the result being a 34 year trophyless wilderness - just be careful what you wish for
     
  9. karen7

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    at the risk of being shouted down,please can you cut out the mancini bashing for one day,its derby day for fucks sake,get behind the team,tear him a new one tomorrow if we lose
     
  10. OB1

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    Top players should be flexible but it does not mean they don't have limitations and it is the manager's job to identify if that is the case and manage accordingly. It is the manager who has to ensure his players are properly prepared.
     
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