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ESPN Video: Man City's Title Credentials

ESPN Video: Man City's Title Credentials

ESPN America Soccernet sports panellists Robbie Earle and Shaka Hislop discuss Manchester City's Premier League title credentials after the purchase of Edin Dzeko.

The clip was broadcast on ESPN America following the Blues FA Cup Third Round Replay win over Leicester and lasts just over eight minutes.







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Writer:Tudor
Date:Wednesday January 19 2011
Time: 8:34PM

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So, instead of people now claiming we aren't good enough for top 4, they are now claiming we're just shy of the title. What a turnaround from even 3 years ago, when we were fighting to stay in the top half of the table.
PhillyBlueMoon
19/01/2011 20:55:00
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The media progression has gone from: 1. They won't be able to sign Champions League calibre players having not finished 4th. -> We sign Silva, Yaya, Balotelli, etc. -> 2. They won't finish 4th with their pack of mercenaries who won't gel. -> We put space between us and 5th and currently sit in 2nd, though nothing is done. -> 3. City are negative and boring. -> We begin to play more fluent attacking football in most games. -> 4. City probably can't win the league. -> Well maybe not but we're doing better than all the media hacks predicted (with a few exceptions!).
StuMCFC
19/01/2011 23:39:00
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Spot on Blues.
Johnny Baguette
20/01/2011 06:15:00
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