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Who Do You Blame For Poor Performance Vs Brum

Who Do You Blame For Poor Performance Vs Brum

One of our previous Vital Manchester City front page poll questions asked...

Who Do You Blame For Poor Performance Vs Brum?

Here is the result, in descending order.

Players - 43%
Roberto Mancini - 37%
A mixture of the above - 16%
I haven't a clue - 3%
Coaching staff - 1%

Our City v Birmingham Man of the Match forum poll result can be found here.


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Date:Tuesday November 16 2010
Time: 9:52AM


your clubs falling to pieces... love it :D
16/11/2010 10:08:00
Not even close and still above you by 3pts + better goal difference (despite the fact we can't score at the moment, we can defend). As for the poll it is right, Mancini played an attacking formation, we had 20 "opportunities", over 10 on target, Mancini could hardly come on the pitch and score for them.
16/11/2010 10:15:00
you just watch over the season your teams gonna fall apart... players wanting to leave already.... manicin will probs b sacked within a month, cos you want instant success... you forget we have about 11 1st team players owt... nt doin 2 bd den r we :)
16/11/2010 10:23:00
And we haven't had injuries? We had much of our backline wiped out for a long time. How can I argue with someone who believes everything he reads in The S*n and company though. Provide me one reputable source that says Mancini's job is in danger and we'll talk further.
16/11/2010 10:24:00
Name the 11 out then.......
16/11/2010 10:26:00
woodgate, king, corluka, lennon, hudd, defoe, dawson, ohara, der d long term one, plus we gt a few bk recently so it alryt.... look i dno i just gta feelin dt ur shiekh or w.e e his, is gna get rid of mancini soon.. i read it some wer i dno wer... an i think all ur star players (well nt all of em) bt cos ders so many good players eventually d ones hu ent playin are gna wanna leave.... yeah dey myt b gettin paid ***** loads, bt dey wna play init
16/11/2010 10:39:00
Tomo - you'd make a lot more sense if you posted in English. Then again, you are a Spuds fan, so perhaps you'll never make sense in any language.
16/11/2010 10:57:00
tomo, what exactly are you basing that feeling on? Is it not true that players that aren't featuring regularly at ANY club are going to want out?
16/11/2010 11:00:00
yeah I know what you mean bluedub, but I just mean going out and buy so many star players at the same time..... while the manager is still trying to work out his best team, (which to be honest none of you know do you?..) you might loose some players who you could of really done with...
16/11/2010 11:07:00
One or two players may slip through the net, but the cream will rise to the top, the players that are good enough and have the right attitude will stay and we will be stronger for it. This is obviously a transition period that has seen such a massive turnover in playing staff, yet we are still in a good position despite this, it may take a season or two to weed out the crap, but like I said we will be stronger for it when it is. As for knowing the best 11, I reckon I've a fairly good idea at this stage, so I'm sure Mancini who works with these players everyday has a good grasp on who his best eleven are at this stage. He wasn't helped by injuries to new arrivals since the season began, but thankfully that's all coming together now and we should see the benefits of it.
16/11/2010 11:21:00
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