Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Man City v Spurs , Carling Cup Quarter Final

A quick chance for revenge following our recent 2-1 defeat at White Hart Lane, with Pascal Chimbonda's controversial goal proving the difference. City are looking for there 11th straight home win.

Spurs had a good win at Pompey on Saturday and will certainly be a different proposition from the confidence drained side of just a couple of weeks ago. Robbie Keane is still suspended whilst Darren Bent is also out injured. Michael Dawson is also out.

For City the Maestro Elano returns, whilst Sven clearly has access to texts from the bitter and blue think tank and brings Hart back in. Time to stick with young Hart in my opinion , Isakkson has had his chance and proved himself no better, the defence and Dunne in particular do not look happy at all with the swede.

Prediction : 3-1 , a tight first half opening up as both sets of players tire allowing Citys counter attacking to come into play.

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10 comments:

Woody said...

City are looking for there 11th straight home win not the 10th!!!!!

Snimo 360 said...

woody... no =|

woody said...

er..... YES..

9 in the league and 1 Cup game. Any Real City fan knows that!!!!!

Mr Banks said...

edited. getting confused with the post from saturday when i was talking about league wins (my excuse and im sticking to it)

woody said...

lol no worries Mr B.

;-)

Anonymous said...

Maybe you should use the correct "their" then as well.

I take it every real City fan wouldn't know that.....

Woody said...

Anonymous...... Speaks volumes.....

Anonymous said...

"Real City"?

That's a Spanish club right?

woody said...

Actually my computer is voice activated due to me being unable to type but whatever makes you feel better.

Strange place to put a question mark, after a statement.

Wigan Blue said...

Parsing and grammar probably weren't the foremost thoughts in Mr Banks head when he set up the site.

Anyway, we got seriously stuffed last night, with some seriously bad defensive errors, and nothing going forward. Hopefully Bojinov and Castillo wil solve the forward problems in January, but I still believe that Nedum is a better centre half than Micah, and that Micah is a better right-back than anyone else we've got