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Europa League Opposition: Juventus 3-3 Lech Poznan

Manchester City got off to a fantastic start in this years Europa League with a 2-0 win away at Red Bull Salzburg, but what about our next opponents, Juventus?

We at Vital Manchester City will be publishing various articles relating to the Italian giants later in the week but for now we take a look at their match against Lech Poznan.



Do we have anything to worry about?

Juventus travel to the City of Manchester City Stadium on Thursday 30 September 2010, kick-off 8:05pm BST.






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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday September 18 2010

Time: 8:29AM

Your Comments

Wonder if this result is a sign that Juve are not taking this competition too seriously? They did well to come back from 2-0 down to lead the match (class will show I guess), but then letting the lead slip late on like that? Will suit me just fine if they are less than 100% focussed, as would love to beat them in front of our own fans. Would love to beat them away too, but will worry about that one later!
fifthcolumnblue
OR maybe this result is a sign that Poznan are better than we all give them credit for?
fifthcolumnblue
What ever happens I can see a fair few goals being scored. I just hope we score more than them.
Tudor
They're a piece of cake, a team of emus could beat them! Well, I'd like to think so but at least it should be an end to end game hopefully.
Oziman
For 2 reasons this is a good result for us: 1 - we are first in the group, 2 - we will not underestimate either of the 2 teams now.
Blue ponderer
Poznan look to be the surprise package of the group.
Johnny Baguette
 

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