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Manchester City
2 - 1
FC Copenhagen

UEFA Cup

City of Manchester Stadium

26/02/09

Attendance: 26,018

Referee: Selcuk Dereli

Manchester CityFC Copenhagen
Bellamy (73,80) Vingard (90)
Shay Given     Jesper Christiansen    
Pablo Zabaleta     (82) Zanka Jorgensen    
Wayne Bridge     Ozcar Wendt    
Micah Richards     Zdenek Pospech    
Richard Dunne     William Kvist    
Nedum Onuoha     Thomas Kristensen     (46)
Vincent Kompany     Mikael Antonsson    
Stephen Ireland     Ailton Jose Almeida    
Craig Bellamy     Dame Ndoye     (59)
Robinho     Hjalte Norregaard     (76)
Wright-Phillips     Atiba Hutchinson    
Substitutes
Joe Hart     Jesper Gronkjaer     (59)
Garrido     Libor Sionko     (46)
Berti     Martin Vingard     (76)
Elano     (82) Coe    
Vassell     Niclas    
Caicedo     Jensen    
Ched Evans     Laursen    
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
9
8
On Target
4
5
Corners
6
12
Offside
3
8
Fouls
12
0
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
52.2
%
47.8

Writer:Tudor
Date:Friday February 27 2009
Time: 1:55PM

Comments

0
the beeb showed we had 12 on target T, were you counting with both hands with your shoes and socks off?
Buzz Lightyear
27/02/2009 17:34:00
0
the beeb showed we had 12 on target T, were you counting with both hands with your shoes and socks off?
Buzz Lightyear
27/02/2009 17:34:00
0
I found the stats from various sources Buzz, but the BBC was not one of them.
Tudor
27/02/2009 18:32:00
0
I found the stats from various sources Buzz, but the BBC was not one of them.
Tudor
27/02/2009 18:32:00
0
i thought we had more possesion than that?? we seem to have alot of the ball in there area. BM
bluemooner_mcfc
27/02/2009 19:21:00
0
i thought we had more possesion than that?? we seem to have alot of the ball in there area. BM
bluemooner_mcfc
27/02/2009 19:21:00
0
I think the most disappointing bit was the clearances, they hoofed it up field on a number of occasions, giving it straight back to FCK, I think the weather and wet pitch was responsible for the overhit passes in the first half. Zabaleta looks like he wants to score another. Robinho was gutted to miss out on scoring, but tracked back and played well, can he do it away from home?
Buzz Lightyear
28/02/2009 06:34:00
0
I think the most disappointing bit was the clearances, they hoofed it up field on a number of occasions, giving it straight back to FCK, I think the weather and wet pitch was responsible for the overhit passes in the first half. Zabaleta looks like he wants to score another. Robinho was gutted to miss out on scoring, but tracked back and played well, can he do it away from home?
Buzz Lightyear
28/02/2009 06:34:00
0
We have to play to our strengths. And when you have no strong aerial forwards in the team it makes sense to play forward from defence on the ground. Also playing crosses to SWP when he's up against someone a foot taller is aking a bit much. We do need a target man. Hopefully Adriano and not Santa Cruz...
Sindbad
01/03/2009 02:05:00
0
We have to play to our strengths. And when you have no strong aerial forwards in the team it makes sense to play forward from defence on the ground. Also playing crosses to SWP when he's up against someone a foot taller is aking a bit much. We do need a target man. Hopefully Adriano and not Santa Cruz...
Sindbad
01/03/2009 02:05:00
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