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Thread: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

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    I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    As soon as we equalised we seemed to adopt the 'charge of the light brigade' mentality. We can't defend when the game opens up and gets stretched, and straight away there was space everywhere. Forget about whether we stay up or not, I just don't know how the players are going to keep up their spirits if this carries on for the rest of the season..

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Don't forget to just enjoy the ride

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Their goals were not as a result of counter attacking because the game was stretched, just absolutely piss poor defending.

    Bamba is a liability and I donít know what the **** Bennett has done to deserve being dropped for Cunningham.

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    For me, why the **** did we go 4-4-1-1. And when we had momentum, why the **** didnít we adjust and push on!? We lacked balance in the final third, and management is to blame for that. Soft goals against, sure. But that was not the problem. We owned this game!

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Their goals were not as a result of counter attacking because the game was stretched, just absolutely piss poor defending.

    Bamba is a liability and I don’t know what the **** Bennett has done to deserve being dropped for Cunningham.
    Me neither, though right back is the problem- Cunningham isn't a weakness..

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Their goals were not as a result of counter attacking because the game was stretched, just absolutely piss poor defending.

    Bamba is a liability and I donít know what the **** Bennett has done to deserve being dropped for Cunningham.
    Agreed with all of that

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Quote Originally Posted by A Quiet Monkfish View Post
    Me neither, though right back is the problem- Cunningham isn't a weakness..
    Right back is the problem. Both their goals came from where? Manga is an accident waiting to happen all the time. He is no good at right back, and not much better at centre half.

    Yes he accidentally played a good ball in for Murphy to equalise, but if you watched the rest of his game you would know he cannot have intended that precision.

    What's the answer? None n now, but there was an answer in the transfer window when we could have signed a specialist right back. We didn't. It's really costing us.

    Jazz Richards? A left footer on the right? Paterson? Madine? Brian Murphy? None of them would be worse than Manga.




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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Quote Originally Posted by A Quiet Monkfish View Post
    Me neither, though right back is the problem- Cunningham isn't a weakness..
    Cunningham may be able to step up but he had a poor game today. He needs a run to see what he’s capable of. Bennett is the better player based on what I’ve seen so far. I wonder if we could accommodate them both?

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Quote Originally Posted by rich munn View Post
    Right back is the problem. Both their goals came from where? Manga is an accident waiting to happen all the time. He is no good at right back, and not much better at centre half.

    Yes he accidentally played a good ball in for Murphy to equalise, but if you watched the rest of his game you would know he cannot have intended that precision.

    What's the answer? None n now, but there was an answer in the transfer window when we could have signed a specialist right back. We didn't. It's really costing us.

    Jazz Richards? A left footer on the right? Paterson? Madine? Brian Murphy? None of them would be worse than Manga.



    Clueless

    None of todayís goals were Mangas fault.

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Their goals were not as a result of counter attacking because the game was stretched, just absolutely piss poor defending.

    Bamba is a liability and I don’t know what the **** Bennett has done to deserve being dropped for Cunningham.
    I thought over the course of the few games we had played Bennett had been one of our best performers.

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Quote Originally Posted by A Quiet Monkfish View Post
    As soon as we equalised we seemed to adopt the 'charge of the light brigade' mentality. We can't defend when the game opens up and gets stretched, and straight away there was space everywhere. Forget about whether we stay up or not, I just don't know how the players are going to keep up their spirits if this carries on for the rest of the season..
    Disagree, we weren't stretched at all today. Absolute poor defending and concentration levels.

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Cartman View Post
    I thought over the course of the few games we had played Bennett had been one of our best performers.
    Doesnít make sense to me why we another left back when we needed a right back.

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Quote Originally Posted by rich munn View Post
    Right back is the problem. Both their goals came from where? Manga is an accident waiting to happen all the time. He is no good at right back, and not much better at centre half.

    Yes he accidentally played a good ball in for Murphy to equalise, but if you watched the rest of his game you would know he cannot have intended that precision.

    What's the answer? None n now, but there was an answer in the transfer window when we could have signed a specialist right back. We didn't. It's really costing us.

    Jazz Richards? A left footer on the right? Paterson? Madine? Brian Murphy? None of them would be worse than Manga.



    Absolute bullshit. On both occasions Manga was marking the left winger. The first goal was because a midfield player didn't go with the run of the Burnley player, then Cunningham just stood still and allowed the Burnley player a free header, Etheridge gets done on the near post. Second goal, Morrison is the wrong side and so is Arter, allowing Vokes to get in between Arter and Bamba. Have a look and tell me how Manga is responsible for either of those goals.

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Their goals were not as a result of counter attacking because the game was stretched, just absolutely piss poor defending.

    Bamba is a liability and I don’t know what the **** Bennett has done to deserve being dropped for Cunningham.
    Warnock doesn't know his best team, every game we see a new roll of the dice.

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    Warnock doesn't know his best team, every game we see a new roll of the dice.
    Agreed

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    Warnock doesn't know his best team, every game we see a new roll of the dice.
    Yea I said more or less the same
    But I would have thought given that he started with Zohore he would have played Reid off him , certainly wasn’t expecting Paterson to play there , his tinkering is beginning to concern me tho
    What’s Bennett done to warrant being dropped and he goes and changes the back four against man city and gives Cunningham his premier league debut , some strange decisions from our Neil

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    If Warnock had stuck to a 4-5-1 not a 4-4-1-1 we would have got something. To be fair Paterson was Ok, but Camarasa and Murphy were the stand out players. Manga must play centre back instead of Bamba who has suddenly become awful! So it would have to be Richards at RB.

    Mind you let's wait to see what starting 11 Warnock musters up for the Tottenham game...back to 4-4-2 with Reid and Ward again no doubt. They've got Kane , they don't need Bamba gifting them 2 goals.

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    Re: I doubt City will have a more winnable match all season - Warnock won't be happy with lack of discipline..

    Quote Originally Posted by cardiff55 View Post
    Mind you let's wait to see what starting 11 Warnock musters up for the Tottenham game...back to 4-4-2 with Reid and Ward again no doubt. They've got Kane , they don't need Bamba gifting them 2 goals.
    So true

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