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What The Hell Happened? City 2-2 Fulham

Can some please tell me how Manchester City were two up and then capitulated?

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday October 25 2009

Time: 5:13PM

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We've now had 3 below par performances in a row. Our defence isn't good enough despite how much money we throw at it and we're not scoring enough goals for the players that we have at our disposal. Our midfield seems to be solid but with that comes a distinct lack of flair with no playmaker. A change of formation is our best chance of success even if it does knock a few noses out of joint but so what.
Kevinho
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25/10/2009 17:22:00

I don't know what happened but to be champions or even a top 4 side you do need to get maximum points from this kinds of matches.I am sure Sp*rs are laughing at this moment
Chelsea_blues
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25/10/2009 17:26:00

Our defence needs a kick up the backside,.Plus, Mark Hughes needs to buy quality defenders in January. Gawd, I feel so deflated.
Tudor
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25/10/2009 17:26:00

Chelsea_blues - I hate to say this but I agree 100% with your comments.
Tudor
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25/10/2009 17:27:00

Chelsea_blues - And Spurs lost this type of match yesterday.
Kevinho
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25/10/2009 17:27:00

Killer instinct required.
Johnny Baguette
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25/10/2009 17:53:00

We've still only lost one match and that was away at the champions... everyone needs to get some perspective. Sure it was a bad display but we're not gonna perform at 100% every week.
MCFC_Goatboy
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25/10/2009 18:00:00

Just got back from the game - great display by Wayne Bridge by the way. At 2-0 up it was complacency - simple as that. No urgency from mr lescott. I would like to see a return to the barry-ireland midfield partnership that enabled us to do so well at the start of the season. De Jong is good but not needed in these games that we should be winning. Superman - we need you. Next game - Lescott out, Onuoha/Kompany in. The defenders think their place is guaranteed - they need much more urgency
darryl28
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25/10/2009 18:05:00

hagenland in come jan please.
mcfcirish
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25/10/2009 18:27:00

I think Sparky is likely to shake things up a bit this week. Vinny will start at home to Scunny and be in for Brum I reckon.
Johnny Baguette
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25/10/2009 19:08:00

well we should be thankful that only one team in the top 8 one this weekend. Next week a win would put is in the top four cus Arsenal and Spurs play each other so hopefully we'll get back on track
arthur7171
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25/10/2009 19:11:00

I ain't happy.
BlueWolfie
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25/10/2009 19:32:00

The thing is people that Hughes is extremely unlikely to drop Lescott as he put his head on the chopping block by spending anywhere up to 24 million of our owners money on him and he will be in the team for the forseeable future. Toure came off injured again so if there is a change to the defence then it may be for him if he is unfit.
Kevinho
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25/10/2009 19:46:00

Not a great result, and it certainly has the pillocks like Chelsea_Blues crawling out from under their rocks to laugh at us. However, as disappointing as it is, if we fans can see the defidciencies that led us to surrender the 2 goal lead, then you can bet Hughes will see them. We have a good squad and some great players, but we ar not the finished article yet. What we need to do is keep our heads when results like this happen and back the team and the Manager. We are not Tottenham fans, so let's not act like them!
fifthcolumnblue
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25/10/2009 19:55:00

Chelsea blues I also have to agree with your comments. You can't afford to drop points in these kind of matches especially when you had a 2 goal lead. Very disappointing.
bluesnozza
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26/10/2009 02:51:00

 

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