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City's Team vs Fulham

City Line-Up:

(4-4-2)

1) Shay Given

5) Pablo Zabaleta
33) Vincent Kompany
28) Kolo Toure (c)
19) Joleon Lescott

11) Adam Johnson
24) Patrick Vieira
18) Gareth Barry
39) Craig Bellamy

32) Carlos Tevez
14) Roque Santa Cruz


Mancini makes 4 changes to the side that drew with Sunderland last week with Micah Richards and Wayne Bridge the only injured players. Shaun Wright-Phillips and Nigel de Jong drop to the bench. The only surprise for me is to see Joleon Lescott at left-back; I was expecting to see Javi Garrido. I thought Mancini would opt for a 4-4-2. A very attacking line-up from the Italian which is good to see.




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Writer: bigal84 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday March 21 2010

Time: 2:40PM

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started off really well, we lost Lescott in nthe warm up and he was replaced by Garrido at the last minute, wtih Micah Richards coming onto the bench. Well deserved the 2-0 lead at HT, but a disputed penalty brought Fulham back into the game, and City's back four started to get nervous but it was a good 3 points in the end.
Buzz Lightyear
Money won versus Actual hard working team .. Can't blame them .. They were tired after Europe fixture .. A draw would have been fair result for them ..
Born_as_Devil
Money won? Groan. That tired line is becoming increasingly trudged out again now we are unbeaten in 6 League games. Solid hard working effort from a City side who were on the receiving end off Fulham coming out of a midweek European game last season.
Johnny Baguette
Agree with You Johnny Baguette .. Fulham don't have the squad to match you (Money matters here..).. I jus like fulham .. Their home is intimidating for anyone .. Good result .. Its a added advantage to you as Liverpool lost against Us
Born_as_Devil
Indeed. Only Villa have won at Fulham since September.
Johnny Baguette
 

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