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Manchester City 1 - Bolton Wanderers 0

Barclays Premier League

City of Manchester Stadium

24/05/09

Attendance: 47,202

Referee: Mark Clattenburg

Manchester City
1 - 0
Bolton Wanderers
Caicedo (8)
 
 
Venue: City of Manchester Stadium
 
Attendance: 47,202
The Teams
Shay Given
 
 
 
Jussi Jaaskelainen
 
 
Micah Richards
 
 
 
Rafn Steinsson
 
 
Nedum Onuoha
 
 
 
Gary Cahill
 
 
Richard Dunne
 
 
 
Dan Shittu
 
 
(83)
Wayne Bridge
 
 
(84)
 
Jlloyd Samuel
 
 
Nigel De Jong
 
 
 
Mark Davies
 
 
Stephen Ireland
 
 
(71)
 
Fabrice Muamba
 
 
Vincent Kompany
 
 
(82)
 
Gavin McCann
 
 
Wright-Phillips
 
 
 
Matthew Taylor
 
 
(59)
Felipe Caicedo
 
 
 
Johan Elmander
 
 
(83)
De Souza Robinho
 
 
 
Kevin Davies
 
 
Substitutes
Joe Hart
 
 
 
Ali Al Habsi
 
 
Pablo Zabaleta
 
 
(82)
 
Nicky Hunt
 
 
Valeri Bojinov
 
 
 
Mustapha Riga
 
 
(83)
Martin Petrov
 
 
 
Puygrenier
 
 
Benjani Mwaruwari
 
 
 
Tamir Cohen
 
 
Glauber Berti
 
 
(84)
 
Chris Basham
 
 
(59)
Vladimir Weiss
 
 
(71)
 
Andrew O'Brien
 
 
(83)
Game Statistics
20
Goal Attempts
8
12
On Target
4
15
Corners
9
3
Offside
1
8
Fouls
10
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
52
%
48




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Date:Sunday May 24 2009

Time: 11:58PM

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Extraordinary. 24 corners and 28 attempts on goal but only 1-0! Superb attendance.
Johnny Baguette
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25/05/2009 00:08:00

City could have scored 5 or 6 today if we had a top striker like Eto'o to put them away. Having said that, Caicedo had one of his better games and Robinho could have got two scorchers. Last game of the season it wasn't bad. But we need far better next season. Hughes said on BBC after the game "We all know what changes we have to make... to get into the Top 4, errr or 5." Am I alone in thinking he hasn't the foggiest idea how to make that happen next season?
Sindbad
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25/05/2009 00:37:00

I was talking to a few Barca fans in, yes you guessed it, Barcelona last week and they are under the opinon Eto'o will more than likely join us next season. They reckon the money City will offer him (club and personal terms) will be too much to turn down.
Tudor
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25/05/2009 00:56:00

This is going to be a fascinating summer at SportCity. Has "The Deadwood Stage" arrived on Ashton New Road yet?
Johnny Baguette
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25/05/2009 01:25:00

This could have been another 8-1 end of season game, but this time for City. How we only scored one goal i'll never know. Drogba would have had 4 in this game and Robinho was outstanding.
Thaibluefan
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25/05/2009 10:42:00

12 shots on target and only one goal...still scratching my head.
Doody
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