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Manchester City v The People's Champions - 5.30pm GMT - Barclays Premier League Match Day Thread
21 November 2015 19:25 Post ID: #559479 - in reply to #559317
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Plus.... lucky rags the benefactor of two own goals to gain three points on us. the one they won on in extra time at Watford and the one that started the flood gates here. That broke our spine, and I think we do better if that didn't go in. On the other hand it could have been nine goals against if not Hart's great saves.
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21 November 2015 19:30 Post ID: #559480 - in reply to #559317
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naughty rather than nice, not checking that list twice.
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21 November 2015 19:35 Post ID: #559481 - in reply to #559317
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We were well beaten today, but why leave two inform players on the Berti. I think we discussed the poor form of Yaya previously in this forum and shutting the stable door etc when it was a lost cause.

As Skoorb says wrong selection today, but it could have worked, Sterling was trying to prove something and didn't need to.

Can't wait for the next two games to come and go, with this very bad day at the office.
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21 November 2015 19:35 Post ID: #559482 - in reply to #559317
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Game lost in the 1st half. Always struggle when teams press us and are mobile. Klopp exploited this, and we got what we deserved.
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21 November 2015 19:42 Post ID: #559484 - in reply to #559317
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Spot on Brutto. Klopp's success at Dortmund was based on a mobile, high pressing game. Yaya is a total liability against that type of approach.

The pace with which the Liverpool forward players pressed was from the same template.
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