Friday, 4 January 2013

Rubbish!!!

I am extremely angry, what a pathetic excuse of a performance. I am far to angry to write about that rubbish.

I will be holding my tongue and waiting to see what tomorrow brings for Mancini and the so called footballers because I can not see the owners being anything less than annoyed and embarrassed with that display.

24 comments:

  1. Not Mancinis fault - The players are a disgrace (bar Silva) . They are certainly going about the right way in getting Mancini the sack! Tossers

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  2. They want him out. It`s certain now.

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  3. Mancini's tactics were wrong again. Leaving Viera on the pitch when his legs were gone and taking off miller schoolboy error. Ade really tried tonight he put in a good shift. Personally I feel the players have lost faith in Mancini and so have I.

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  4. The players want Mancio out. I hoped it was only a rumor, but saddly we can see it`s all true. I don`t think there is a turning back right now. Rijkaard is the only big name that is free right now.

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  5. Put it this way-If the club sack Mancini,I for one will certainly not be renewing my season card. I am really angry with these so called players representing our club. They clearly do not give a toss. Richards,Bridge-I was actually sat laughing at there defending. Comical-SWP-Should never play for us again and Vieira-awful

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  6. The really sad thing is we are addicted to Tevez. Without hin we aren`t better than Hull, although the board were a sugar daddy.

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  7. you cant buy.........well citeh are in deep crisis....not surprising...

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  8. We still sit comfortably in fourth and second place in the Premiership and Europa league.

    It is not right to get so angry at Mancini; the other day everyone was calling for Given and Johnson to start, they start and people are still not happy.

    We have the best owners in the world and we have no need to worry. The press is getting to you and you need to just sit back and realize how great of a position we are in.

    Replacing Mancini would make us a laughing stock and if you are calling for his head seriously do not care about the well-being of our club. To bring in another manager would ruin our hopes of European football next season and possible lose half of talented players on our squad.

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  9. Don't think I've seen such a lethargic show from a City team, every time we broke we would slow it down to make sure Poznan got a full quoter of defenders behind the ball... jus' plain wierd!!!
    I can't handle another manager change but somethings got to.
    I think Mancini can turn it around, he's a great manager but he desrves/needs the players full support!

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  10. Tough away game at West Brom and then derby day. If, IF, it's 5 losses on the bounce, is there any way back for Mancini? He's already 2 points worse off than Hughes was this time last season.

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  11. Fourth in the table - really don't see a problem in getting through to the knockout europa stages even after tonight but we are deep in crisis and the manager is about to get his P45? Sorry - the only rubbish is some of the knee jerk reactions from the from 'fans' that i can only assume signed up because they thought Kaka was on his way. There are players that should not be as this club - this is the only thing that seems apparent and i can only hope that these issues are addressed sooner rather than later. Any one player that doesnt go to work because he doesn't like the manager should be sacked and thrown out of the club - i don't care who they are. How many bosses are universally loved by all of their employees on a permanent basis? This life and this is football. Arsenal was always going to be an uphill struggle, West Brom was bad (especially as we started so well)and in many ways worse than tonight as it was a stronger side, but thats still only two games where you could walk away and say 'i wasn't expecting that' - a little bit of perpective eh?? oh and Gary...take a tablet and calm down fella!!!

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  12. I agree about the players not getting their way, I was saying the same thing today that any player trying to put pressure on getting the manager out should be gone.

    But it is all a shambles Mancini is making so many mistakes that I know as a player that I would be angry myself.

    We don't want to see him sacked of course not we are sick of managers coming and going, but if something does not change starting at West Brom then something has to be sorted. For me the only way is to have an open forum let everyone get their problems out and try to solve them.

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  13. it's a shame that money can't buy you passion

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  14. kinda Bizzare comment to make to City fans...
    Most of us are skint but you couldn't find a more passionate bunch!

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  15. A defense that was rated third in Europe are now conceding 8 goals in 3 matches.

    The only thing I blame Mancho for is not axing these players. I would have preferred to lose with the likes of Jo, Balotelli, Guidetti, Nimely, Jeremy Helan, Cunningham that I know will put in their best than sit back than watch these rebels.

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  16. de jong tevez yaya colo colarov balatelli whats the problem

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  17. Bad result yes, but calling for Mancini's head is ridiculous.

    All last night showed was we have a second string of players who are not yet ready as a team to compete in Europe, but given time and patience may well be.

    Make no mistake, we are concentrating on the Premiership only, that much is now obvious, despite what anyone at the club says.

    A quarter of the season is gone, it's barely started, we need to back the team, not wildly criticise, but of course fans will be fans, some are wise, some are dumbasses.

    Someone remind me how good we were against Chelski?

    Get a grip.

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  18. we played rubbish but they are 3 goals that on another day wouldn't have been scored.

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  19. Good grief.

    There is an old saying. "Strip a society of three meals and there will be anarchy".

    We have lost three games in a row and everybody is up in arms. Look at where we are. We are fourth in the Prem League and in a good spot to qualify to the knock out stages in the Europa League.

    It wasn't too long ago people were stating that the power has changed to the other side of Manchester (that's us) and we are becoming a force. Now we are supposed to be in disarray. It is a joke. We need to calm down and take stock of where we are and compare that to 2,5, and 10 years ago.

    The media and everybody else is against us and just waiting for us to fail. Instead of moaning of what could have been lets get behind the manager and team. Yes there will be times when we have played like a load of muppets, but we are definitely progressing. We are not going to get it right first time. The players and the team are not going to be able to win every game.

    This is a blip, simple as that. Win our next match and it will be a different story.

    We will get over it.

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  20. I am not panicking, just a bit diappointed. As a fan, I hate seeing a bunch of players that get paid a lot of money, not put in a good shift and look disorganized. That is a disgrace, IHMO. Having played and managed both youth and adult teams for years now, one thing is clear, a thrown together team of very talented players will struggle against a team that is familiar and comfortable with one antoher, even if they are less talented. If Mancini could select a league team and then a seperate euro and cup team, we would be better off.... I know, my head is in the clouds... I hope our boys show up angry. I think City will dismantle WBA this weekend if they do.

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  21. TO Anon 5 NOVEMBER 2010 14:50

    It was just a comment about what is happening generally regarding out club. We have been put on a podium to be shot at now we have the money we have got. The media and other football clubs are waiting for us to fail, so they can say "We told you so...".

    I am always disappointed when we lose. I am more disappointed when the players don't put a full shift in, whether they win, or lose. I completely agree with you on that and it IS a disgrace. I would love to get a year what they get in a week. I get £24G a year (although I have just got a job where I will get more :O) and would put more effort in then they do a lot of the time. Granted I would be sick. :O)

    That is the same for anyone of us on here, or any other board. The players do not realise how lucky they are. I hope you are right on the dismantling comment. The vulture will really be out if you are wrong. :O(

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  22. Here's the choice. We tell the Arabs we don't want their billions and revert to what we used to be - a forever under-achieving mid-table or yoyo club that might get lucky and find a manager who can work miracles on the cheap, perhaps winning us the Carling Cup, OR we can accept that the 'project' will take time and we will have our setbacks and bad runs. It happens to the best clubs. Let's face it - supporters of most other clubs in the country would like to be in our position, despite this so-called crisis. Remember, the likes of Man U, Chelsea and Arsenal have had years of Champions League football, have created their own 'winning mentality' and are so entrenched in a perpetual cycle of high income, enabling them to attract top quality players, that they will take some shifting. This is not like trying to topple Liverpool from the top of the old First Division 20 years ago; teams like City have got three or four 'superclubs' to get past before they reach the winning post. What we need is patience. Sadly, Arab gold doesn't seem to provide that.

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