2011/12 Five Thoughts

Manchester City 2 - 0 Everton: Five Thoughts

2

The refrain "the type of game they wouldn't have won last year" is one that is often-used, and if we are being honest, largely over-used given that matches are in fact very rarely similar at all....

Fulham 2 - 2 City: Five Thoughts

3

What is it about Fulham? A two-goal half time lead should be sufficient enough to enable a side to comfortably close out a game but there really is a pattern developing against them in recent...

City 1 - 1 Napoli: Five Thoughts

12

At half-time thoughts were that it would be frustrating should City not go on to win the game, but by the time the full-time whistle sounded City were no doubt happy to end on level terms, thus...

City 3 - 0 Wigan: Five Thoughts

8

One of the questions I've raised this season given the way in which the team had started was quite how Carlos Tevez would fit back into the side. Tevez made his return to City colours yesterday and...

Tottenham 1 - 5 City: Five Thoughts

17

The movement of the front three around Edin Dzeko was exceptional. The attacking threat City now possess is well-documented of course, but the pace, precision and fluidity at which City broke...

Bolton 2 - 3 City: Five Thoughts

5

James Milner's coming out party? With Nigel de Jong out injured, Yaya Toure dropped into a withdrawn role with saw James Milner come into the side as the more advanced of the midfield trio. Whilst...

City 4 - 0 Swansea: 5 Thoughts

6

Sergio Aguero will undoubtedly grab the headlines, and deservedly so. It was as stunning a debut as I can remember: some thirty minutes that coincided with some wonderful team play, fluid, pacy and...

United 3-2 City : Five thoughts

6

It was a more watchable game than anticipated and certainly a surprise that the game was as open and fast paced as it was. The anticipation was that the game would be little more than a glorified...

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