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City's Starting XI vs Everton


Here is the team that Roberto Mancini has gone with for City's 'crucial' game against Golloum Moyes' side at Eastlands. Javier Garrido, Roque Santa Cruz and Patrick Vieira all drop out whilst Micah Richards, Nigel de Jong and Stephen Ireland come into the side to make a 4-2-3-1 formation:

City Line-Up:

(4-2-3-1):

1) Shay Given

2) Micah Richards
28) Kolo Toure (c)
33) Vincent Kompany
5) Pablo Zabaleta

34) Nigel de Jong
18) Gareth Barry

11) Adam Johnson
7) Stephen Ireland
39) Craig Bellamy

32) Carlos Tevez


Subs:
12) Stuart Taylor
4) Nedum Onouha
16) Sylvinho
15) Javier Garrido
24) Patrick Vieira
8) Shaun Wright-Phillips
14) Roque Santa Cruz

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Writer: bigal84 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 24 2010

Time: 7:10PM

Your Comments

Lets hope so! This is a great chance to prove we're really interested in 4th place. Esp. with Wigan & Burnley to follow.
shauny
Why is RM tinkering with the team that played so well on Sunday?
Buzz Lightyear
Think RSC is injured Buzz
scragg
your lot have blown it no chance of catching us now losers
SpudsRus
Yes the chance to go fourth and you blew it HAHAHAHA.
TeddyLyon
calm down lads - it's still quite open, apart from Liverpool who are basically doomed lol
thorpyuk
What a shame but the table is now starting to show a true reflection of the season so far with Spurs, City and Villa having played 30 games. Thankfully the next three games look good, but I have to say I don't understand Mancini deciding to drop Garrido and Santa Cruz.
arthur7171
Plenty of twists and turns yet lads
HuddersfieldYiddo
Have to love Tottenham fans it’s as if they have forgotten that they still have to play ManU, Arsenal, Chelsea and ManCity this season. They probably have to hardest schedule of all the teams left and they are already acting like they 4th spot in the bag, calm down boys there is still plenty of football left.
Klutch
 

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