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Vital MC Man Of The Match Awards Update

Okay. Let's get this one out of the way. Stephen Ireland and his bandaged leg showed the way again for a City side thinking all they had to do was turn up at Brighton...

A shocking result of course, but Sheikh Mansour is now at least familiar with our annual League Cup tradition.

Many of the players Bluesy brought in last night have done themselves no favours whatsoever.

It's also noticeable that Kasper Schmeichel's Dad and the obsessed Chelski and rags fans have been on Vital MC voting again...


MOTM Brighton & Hove Albion v City
Carling League Cup


Ireland 66%

Schmeichel 12%

Elano 11%

Evans 11%

Zabaleta 0%

Jo 0%

Kompany 0%

Johnson 0%

Ben-Haim 0%

Ball 0%

Caicedo 0%

Dunne 0%

Sturridge 0%

Gelson 0%


The Story So Far....
(FA Premier League unless stated)


Ireland, 2 (Portsmouth H, Brighton A, League Cup R2)

Wright-Phillips, 2 (Sunderland A, Chelsea H)

Richards, 2 (UEFA Cup FC Midtjylland, Q2 H, Aston Villa, A)

Jo, 1 (UEFA Cup Omonia Nicosia R1 A)

Kompany, 1 (West Ham United, H)

Hart, 1 (UEFA Cup FC Midtjylland, Q2 A)




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Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Thursday September 25 2008
Time: 7:41AM

Comments

0
Didn't see the match thank goodness so cannot cast a vote...At least I know it wasn't Scheimichel...
alphieblues
25/09/2008 11:15:00
0
I listened to the Andy Hinchcliffe commentary on mcfctv.com. The abiding memories I have is of City creating loads of chances but needing Gelson Fernandes to kick the ball against a defender to score. I will vote for Ireland because he at least seemed to keep trying and never gave up. I think Stevie as well as everyone else involved will want to forget this game as soon as possible. Except of couse Brighton. They deserve congratulations and it says a lot about them that they stuck at it, brought the game level and won by penalties. Well done Brighton.
Sindbad
25/09/2008 16:57:00
0
Full focus on The Pie Tasters tomorrow. They'll be chuffed with their emphatic victory over the Carrot Crunchers. I'd like to see Petrov back and firing, but SWP, Robhino, Garrido, Richards, Hart and Elano could all see a start.
Johnny Baguette
25/09/2008 17:39:00
0
There wont be the same inept performance on Sunday, as Hughesy wont tolerate it! Changes will be rung again, and I'm expecting Petrov to figure at some point. Come on City! Let's get some pride back!!
oliverblue
25/09/2008 22:54:00
0
Absolutely. If only Stevie hadn't said he felt invincible!!
Johnny Baguette
26/09/2008 23:20:00
0
Losing to Brighton was a huge shock in the world of football.
Markcity
23/10/2008 00:05:00
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