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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by Gray, 18 Mar 2019.
Narr, I think he'll play more than that pal. Just my opinion but that's what I reckon.
The problem as I see it is, that of those potential 15 games, only 5 will be at the Etihad!
I agree with Dave here and I am totally confused by your comment "It's over for Foden this season I think" as it doesn't make any sense whatsoever...... I honestly believe that we are managing his progress superbly, he chose to stay and fight for a place in the starting line-up here rather than bugger off to the inferior Bundesliga which can only be good for his development, look at the players he trains and plays with every day for Christ's sake! And as for him being happy, did you by chance see his reaction to our winner on Saturday??? He's first and foremost an actual City fan and loves the club (like all us fans do!!) He knows his time will come and I honestly don't think he is a replacement for Merlin (who is a one-off legend in his position!) I believe that Bernardo will fill that role and The Stockport Messi will find his own role/position in a future Pep team, possible as a true #10...… Whatever happens, he is going to play a big part in our future !!
I firmly believe in the one match at a time policy.
In EVERY game we should field our strongest eleven possible.
In other words, ALWAYS PRIORITISE the next game, always.
As Pep (may his name be praised forever) says, our success should be measured by how well we play and by producing beautiful and entertaining football.
If trophies are won by doing so, so much the better.
I think you should prioritise. All four troohy’s. Once you start to lose that hunger and determination to win every game it can be a slippery slope.
You’re good enough, have a strong pool. It’s possible. And if it is, go for all of them 100% in every game.
The mask slips...
How does the saying go?
Shoot for the Moon. Even if you miss, you'll land among the stars.
The FA Cup Final (if we beat Brighton) increases the risk of injury but otherwise would be excellent preparation for a CL final (if we get there).
If we win the PL it would force the players to curtail any celebrations, if we are pipped by Liverpool it would mean they wouldnt dwell on the disappointment. The players are not going to be flogged in training before an FA Cup Final so the fatigue factor would be minimal. Much better than spending a fortnight fretting over how to stop Messi.
If City are in the FA Cup final AND the Champions League final, I'm pretty sure I won't give much of a fuck about whether it's good preparation or not, nor worrying about the injury risk!
we should prioritize winning everything!