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Dan Robin

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  1. I expected attacking problems against their defence,but not a 0-2. Poor
  2. A little bit of luck at the end, but the performance remains brilliant: solidity, energy and clever play from City today. Good job, lads.
  3. The king of assists strikes again! Good move and header by Josh.
  4. Shit draw as ever. The opposite of teams like Forest & Leeds, that pick Arsenal,Chelsea,ManUtd...
  5. I hate these fuc**g injuries. We'll never reach the playoffs with such bad luck...
  6. Considering all our injuries and recent performances...a draw would be OK for me. My main concern is midfield: Brownhill's presence is in doubt, and knowing Cardiff's agressive approach ,I guess LJ won't risk Nagy or Smith against them...so the midfield battle could be really unbalanced/hard. I also expect one of our former players to strike.
  7. IMO, the main problem now is our situation in midfield more than the style of play/formation: with Nagy or Korey in the starting XI as holding/defensive midfielder, many players could play more freely. For example, players like Weimann and O'Dowda have to help with the defensive work, but by doing it too much their energy level - and sharpness upfront decrease.
  8. Losing him right now would be devastating, with Nagy and Korey still unfit and the enigma called Szmodics as alternative. Let's hope LJ's analysis is right.
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