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VIDEO: Mancini frustrated by 'stupid' goals

The latest weekend of the season has been and gone, the premier league game between Bolton and Man City is reflected on by Man City manager Roberto Mancini in this video.



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Date:Monday August 22 2011

Time: 10:40AM

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Spot on Mancini. We should have won this game at a stroll but for naive defending, thankfully the mistakes didn't cost us this time and hopefully that's out of their system now we will see sharper focus from here on in.
Bluedub
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22/08/2011 11:44:00

Spot on Mancini. We should have won this game at a stroll but for naive defending, thankfully the mistakes didn't cost us this time and hopefully that's out of their system now we will see sharper focus from here on in.
Bluedub
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22/08/2011 11:44:00

Actually, I thought both Bolton's goals were class. You could argue that Richards should've stopped Petrov getting the cross in but Klasnic's finish was absolute top drawer. And even if you are 6ft2ins, your big and ugly and called Joleon, there's no shame in getting beaten to a glancing header by serial thug Kevin Davies. Yes, they could've been prevented but a little bit harsh saying these were defensive ''errors''.
Spooks
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22/08/2011 12:01:00

Actually, I thought both Bolton's goals were class. You could argue that Richards should've stopped Petrov getting the cross in but Klasnic's finish was absolute top drawer. And even if you are 6ft2ins, your big and ugly and called Joleon, there's no shame in getting beaten to a glancing header by serial thug Kevin Davies. Yes, they could've been prevented but a little bit harsh saying these were defensive ''errors''.
Spooks
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22/08/2011 12:01:00

Well taken goals Spooks but defensively naive for both I thought. Both players had way too much time to apply their finishes. No pressure on Petrov when swinging that cross in, not good enough.
Bluedub
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22/08/2011 12:04:00

Well taken goals Spooks but defensively naive for both I thought. Both players had way too much time to apply their finishes. No pressure on Petrov when swinging that cross in, not good enough.
Bluedub
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22/08/2011 12:04:00

I thought the Bolton player went down far too easily in order to get the free kick on their second goal, but since it didn't hurt us in the long run I'm not too upset about it.
PhillyBlueMoon
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22/08/2011 17:14:00

I thought the Bolton player went down far too easily in order to get the free kick on their second goal, but since it didn't hurt us in the long run I'm not too upset about it.
PhillyBlueMoon
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22/08/2011 17:14:00

Perish the thought that a notlob player would ever go down too easily in order to con the ref into giving an undeserved free kick. That would surely never happen...
fifthcolumnblue
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22/08/2011 17:27:00

Perish the thought that a notlob player would ever go down too easily in order to con the ref into giving an undeserved free kick. That would surely never happen...
fifthcolumnblue
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22/08/2011 17:27:00

The best managers are never happy with their achievements!
StuMCFC
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23/08/2011 16:17:00

The best managers are never happy with their achievements!
StuMCFC
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23/08/2011 16:17:00

 

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