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    We are City, we fight to the end

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    Bugger

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    McCarthy is earning his coin tonight.

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    Well done Southampton

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    Another record for Citeh.

    The first time Pep has ever lost 3 straight away games

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Another record for Citeh.

    The first time Pep has ever lost 3 straight away games
    How much is Sheikh Yerbooty going to offer Klopp now?

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    Arp - ow do you like them apples Dill

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    Wot no custard?

    John Stones is one of five changes to City’s starting XI for the visit of Newcastle United.

    MENS TEAM
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    The England defender has been side-lined with injury since the restart of the Premier League and hasn’t played a first team game since March 4 against Sheffield Wednesday.
    FREE DIGITAL MATCHDAY PROGRAMME: VIEW NOW!
    Also recalled are Nicolas Otamendi, Phil Foden, Kevin De Bruyne and Rodrigo.
    Raheem Sterling gets a rare rest on the bench.

    LINE-UPS

    City: Ederson, Cancelo, Zinchenko, Otamendi, Stones, Rodrigo, D Silva (c) Foden, De Bruyne, Mahrez, Jesus
    Subs: Bravo, Walker, Sterling, Gundogan, Laporte, Bernardo, Fernandinho, Garcia, Doyle
    Newcastle United: Dubravka, Yedlin, Krafth, Schär, Fernández, Rose, Lazaro, Shelvey, Bentaleb, Ritchie, Joelinton
    Subs: Darlow, Gayle, Muto, Manquillo, Almirón, Atsu, Longstaff, Allan, Young.
    FORMATION ANALYSIS

    With the keeper and full-backs the same that started against Southampton, the Stones/Otamendi central defensive partnership is the only change across the back four.
    Rodrigo resumes his anchor role in front of defence, with David Silva and De Bruyne completing the midfield trio.

    The forward line will see Riyad Mahrez and Phil Foden supplying Gabriel Jesus – though the formation will be fluid throughout.
    CITY LOOK TO BOUNCE BACK QUICKLY

    Sunday’s defeat at Southampton will have hurt and it also raised the question of games that have been lost this season despite City dominating.
    There was a feeling that, despite so many shots and corners on the Saints’ goal, that it was one of those days when the ball was never going to go in the net.
    Whether Newcastle bear the brunt of that misfortune remains to be seen, but the visitors arrive at the Etihad unbeaten in six Premier League matches.
    It is likely that Steve Bruce will abandon the defensive mindset his team had for the recent FA Cup tie at St James’ Park and throw caution to the wind as and when possible.
    It should be an open, attacking game and three more points would edge City closer to Champions League qualification and sealing the runners-up spot.
    STATS AND FACTS

    City have won the last 10 Premier League meetings at the Etihad – one more would be a Club record against one side.
    City have won 15 of the last 18 league meetings.
    If Ederson keeps a clean sheet this evening, it will be the first time since September 2011 that City have had five successive shut-outs at home in the league.
    Kevin de Bruyne has scored or assisted a goal 15 times in his last 14 Premier League starts.
    Newcastle are on a six-match unbeaten Premier League run, winning three and drawing three - only Manchester United (nine games) are currently on a longer top-flight unbeaten run.
    Steve Bruce is yet to win a Premier League away match against Man City as a manager with three draws and eight losses.

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    Sheffield are hot tonight

    3-0

    Owned by arabs or chinese ?

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    Sheff Utd 3-0 Chelsea

    Some clubs can't even be flat track bullies.

    Let's hope Ole's United carry on winning and go 3rd on Monday.

    Come on Unnniiiiiiitttteeeeddd!

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    Is there any player in that City back 4 you'd swap for United's?

    Nope.

    Brilliant going forward, but their back line is awful. Is John Stones playing tonight?

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    Hal get off the Meth, the Champions are going for a cricket score

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Hal get off the Meth, the Champions are going for a cricket score
    Do you.want us to smack your arses again?

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    Bournemouth fighting for survival and Leicester aiming for a top four finish ahead of Utd.

    C'mon Vardy make it 2

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    Bournemouth deserve to stay up.

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    On the bright side, Arteta might as well discard the likes of Luiz and Kola and give the youngsters their places for all of the remaining games.

    What's the point in persisting with them now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    On the bright side, Arteta might as well discard the likes of Luiz and Kola and give the youngsters their places for all of the remaining games.

    What's the point in persisting with them now?
    That moment in the 2nd half when Son was through on goal with Kane in the middle and he threw a slight dummy which Mustafi bought hook, line and sinker and almost slid out of the fucking ground!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Bournemouth deserve to stay up.
    Leicester's 10 men fell apart yesterday.

    Bournemouth have been dire.

    Have you actually seen them play lately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    On the bright side, Arteta might as well discard the likes of Luiz and Kola and give the youngsters their places for all of the remaining games.

    What's the point in persisting with them now?
    I can't believe Luiz is still a professional footballer.

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    Some terrible buys, for sure.

    At least they weren't as expensive as United's terrible buys.

    The era of spending an absolute fortune on dross seems to be over, at least for a while.

    Liverpool's 130m for selling Coutinho turned out to be good business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    I can't believe Luiz is still a professional footballer.
    In fairness to him he was hung out to dry by a shite ball from Kola.

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    Fucking commentators last night were a joke... they were almost crying that the mickey mousers couldn't get their record.



    The Premier League 2019/20 thread  - sorry Harry-108286502_10157616270939499_5918713126640953943_o-jpg

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    Real Madrid have won La Liga.

    Aubameyang will be rubbing his hands with glee.

    But so will Arsenal, because Barca can't afford to wait a season.

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    Sorry Harry, but the Arse are going to get a footballing lesson this weekend in the FA cup.

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