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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by David 'El Mago' Silva, 22 Jan 2020.
Yeah but it would add a typical city moment to the collection,i'd like to see it once
You leave a defender in your own penalty area.
Worked pretty well for Rogerio Ceni & Chilavert even with free kicks & sometimes even hitting the wall. There's ways to prepare for that scenario.
More likely a fast player on the halfway line, if we leave a player in our box everybody is instantly onside, the opposition could also leave somebody in our box with our defender.
Gundogan is our best penalty taker , and Pep has picked him for a lot of games this season , but a penalty taker invariably has to be a player who will be selected for the really big games , one of the first on the team sheet , KDB is the obvious choice for me he strikes the ball superbly and he isnt in awe of any occassion , he's a leader , the next time Jesus , Mahrez or Raz get fouled in the area give the ball to Kev.
Kev doesnt want t o take then,making him is asking for trouble
No, they are not onside - because your goalie is up the other end of the field. It needs two defending players goalside of you for you to be onside, mate. Three defenders on the halfway line and one where the goalie would be leaves our half a no man’s land.
If your goalie is taking a penalty, it’s because he is the least likely to miss and cause this scenario anyway.
Guess the team compy stats a new session with this game. See the matchday thread for details.
New players welcome.
Rules & explaination:
Will Laporte play, or will we rest him for Utd? I think 60 mins again would be ideal.
Foden, Doyle, Bernabe, Harwood-Bellis and Garcia will start, or be on the bench and it will be a mixture of young and experienced players.
As so many players could feature, it's more difficult than ever to predict but it could look like this.
With Doyle, HB, Bernabe to come on as subs if possible
Subs: KDB, Mahrez, Walker, Mendy, Aguero, Ederson, Rodri