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Come On Mancio, See Us Through

Come On Mancio, See Us Through



It's crunch time for MCFC in a campaign where promise and expectancy have surpassed by lightyears that of any season in decades. Roberto Mancini is at the controls of destiny...

The legion of anti-City hacks droaned on in recent weeks that City had played nobody until the ill fated trip to a revitalised Everton. An insult to the likes of Stoke, Wolves, Middlesbrough and Blackburn whom a City under previous evidence of Mark Hughes' leadership would have struggled to overcome. Nevermind some of the scintillating football City have produced under Mancini.

City assemble at Carrington today knowing that their half arsed efforts at Goodison Park, if repeated in this fortnight's three cup tests against the rags and Scunthorpe, would leave our season on the brink.

Blues are still coming to terms with their side still being in amongst it in three domestic competitions by mid January and only having been beaten on three occasions. There's an element of dreamland about all this meaning that feet need to be secured firmly on the ground. Mancini, no mug, has the credentials to ensure that a side capable of some fantastic football stays focused.

They didn't at Everton and I for one would have liked City to have had a crack at Everton without the distraction of a League Cup Semi-Final to follow less than 72 hours later.

So timely kick up the collective backside accepted, let's get behind the lads and give it everything through these next three fixtures.

This City side has it in them to absolutely terrorise any side on their day.....think on, crank up the sound and enjoy the video...






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Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Monday January 18 2010
Time: 7:30AM

Comments

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Why is it not tomorrow, yet?
BlueWolfie
18/01/2010 07:43:00
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Early team news: MCFC Academy men Onuoha, Ireland and SWP all lined up to start against the rags.
Johnny Baguette
18/01/2010 07:59:00
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We will see what Mr.Mancini is made of. How good a manager is he? This game could tell us a lot.
Thaibluefan
18/01/2010 09:09:00
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Everton defeat can be used as a positive to learn from mistakes. In my opinion uniteds defence is worse than ours of late. We can do em!
Super City Slicker
18/01/2010 13:08:00
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Indeed SCS and the rags "Leeds backlash game" is out of the road...
Johnny Baguette
18/01/2010 14:58:00
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Mancini and the lads will indeed see us through. CTID
Tudor
18/01/2010 15:15:00
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Nerves are well and truly jangling
Once a Blue
18/01/2010 15:31:00
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we can do this lads because we have a better squad of players but the rags have experience but that will be turned upside down tonight(i hope) LOL
bluemooner_mcfc
19/01/2010
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