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  1. He has always managed to score goals in his career and is probably at the peak age for a striker. He may like some finesse at times but his record speaks for itself.
  2. I don't think that is correct by the rules though. Lets say he had done a two footed challenge in the build up he would have still got a red even if we scored. He should have got at least a yellow for deliberate handball.
  3. Timo has been extremely wasteful as usual. I give him some props for stretching them with his pace. But he needs to do better with the chances he gets. He also gave away the ball cheaply on 2 occasions that could have cost us massively.
  4. Good call on Pulisic. The longer the game goes on this way the more likely we will go for a speedy option like him on the counter.
  5. Did Ederson handle that ball when Havertz went around him? Looked like it. If so he was lucky not to get a red.
  6. Presumably City are staying in a hotel with an Angel on top?
  7. Yes. I have a feeling Ziyech will start this one too. He has been used quite a bit in the big games.
  8. Its like most a lot of to be fair. The fans that supported the teams before they came upon huge success are generally going to remember the old days and act less entitled. I know quite a lot of older United fans who are very fair and decent too. I haven't come across too many obnoxious City fans although I am sure there are plenty that have jumped on the bandwagon in recent years. No doubt we have our fair sure too 😉
  9. Pretty spot on I'd say, although Werner's number is mostly driven by sentiment in that he has never given up. In terms of his end product he would score much lower I think. Ziyech is a bit of an enigma. Overall I would grade him about the same but he has a habit of popping up with some really important goals in the big games. It wouldn't surprised me if he scores on Saturday (if he plays).
  10. I would be happy to see Conte back here in the future if it works out that way at some point. He was very successful during his time here. If the club had backed him instead of Diego, after his successful first season, then he may have enjoyed even more success during his time with the club.
  11. This is going to the moment when TT unleashes his masterplan 7 player back line. This is why he has been hoarding defensive players in the subs for so long. We will have a back 7 of Chilwell, Alonso, Thiago Silva, Rudiger, Christensen, Dave, Reece. City will be left scratching their heads as we hoof long balls up for Werner to chase. 😉
  12. I would say that there is a big difference between losing to Leicester in the FA Cup final, and being beaten by arguably the best team in Europe in the Champions League final. But I know what you are saying. Our board can be very ruthless. If we manage to beat City in the final then of course nobody will care about the performance. The trophy would be all that mattered. If we lose however I think then our performance may be important to the board. But who knows with our board?
  13. Hard to imagine that he won't get an extension if we win the final. If we don't win and he doesn't get an extension, that wouldn't bode well for his future at the club.
  14. I would assume if this happened then we would have to assume that the board did not have faith that Tuchel was the right person for the job. Currently I think Tuchel has 1 year left on his initial deal. I would hope that the board extends that after the end of this season, if they see Tuchel as our future manager. If they don't extend him it is hard to imagine Tuchel lasting very long. If you have a manager on a short term deal there is increased risk that a fallout can occur and I would not have any faith that the board would back him players that he wants.
  15. We go into the game knowing City will attack us. That probably suits Tuchel as we generally seem to do better when set up to defend and hit teams on the counter. The games we have struggled in under Tuchel we have had to take a more attacking approach. Even if City score first I doubt they will change their tactics. if anything they will try to score more, as that is typically their style. So while this a risk of getting beaten comfortably if things go badly, we should be able to use Tuchel's preferred system throughout the game. It really comes down to defending well as a team, but also takin
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