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Old 28-07-11, 01:01 PM   #8
Ian Holloway
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Originally Posted by anfieldanfield View Post
That front four is fine at home if you play with two holding players in midfield.
That front four is unbalanced even with two holding players. Aguero, Silva and Balotelli (what's he done to deserve a starting spot?) don't track back. Besides, Mancini's in love with defensive midfielders, he won't break up his safe three in the middle.

No fucking chance they will drop out of the top four.
If we break into the top four and Arsenal stay there, City can drop out. It's not beyond the realms of possibility. Aguero isn't really an upgrade on Tevez, certainly not Tevez of last season. I don't see major improvement in that team.

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