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  1. I don't think that's the only reason. While not dismissing your theory, Nagy looked lost when asked to play alongside an unfit Lansbury, an unfit Paterson and an unfit Williams. It was Holden's decision to start those players, rather than reintegrate them slowly, over the likes of Nagy, Bakinson, Palmer and Massengo. Madness, IMO.
  2. Very impressed with the clarity of Pearson's presser there. No unrealistic goals, no bigging himself up or trying to sound cleverer than he is, just plain talking. For the first time in a long time, I'm excited about City again.
  3. They couldn't play like that for Holden because he didn't have a clue what he was doing. Sorry, but that's my opinion. Examples: Not rotating the squad early in the season, despite knowing the fixture congestion that was ahead Signing Mariappa and believing he's the best option at left back, ahead of anyone in the academy Repeatedly playing Moore on the left of a back three, despite him clearly struggling there Rushing Mawson and Williams back. In the latter's case, there was no need when we had Nagy, Bakinson, Palmer and Massengo on the bench Signing Lansbury,
  4. And who’s choice was it to play the person you won’t name inside of Towler at Watford? Presumably the same person who previously decided Mariappa was the best option at LB. Towler will have learnt a lot from that Watford defeat. He looks like he’s got the right temperament, which is what matters the higher you go up the leagues.
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    Nagy’s was class but that midfield three worked really well as a unit. Bakinson sitting deep and getting his head up, Nagy and Palmer putting in great shifts. All three mixing quality with work-rate. Persisting with Pato, Lansbury Vyner ahead of any of these three is one of the reasons Holden lost his job.
  6. Paterson has been second to every ball since he came on.
  7. Well, they should both be fresh and raring to go having been sat on the bench while Holden persisted with Vyner and Paterson in recent weeks. No sympathy for Dean, he was out of his depth.
  8. Quality ball from Bakinson, good composure from Wells to square for Fam and it’s 2-0. We deserve this. Impressed with the three in midfield so far. They’re working well as a unit.
  9. Get in there, Fam. Lovely ball in from Nagy (I think). Just what we deserve for a positive 20 minutes.
  10. Two on one wasted with shit ball from Fam. Should be 1-0 up. Wells did well to reach it in the end.
  11. I reckon we'll get a point tonight. The players should be keen to show what they can do in front of their next boss and I hope there's a reaction to Kalas' interview on Saturday. If the squad is as together as Holden led us to believe, that interview should get a reaction.
  12. Interesting from Jordan: "If you can get some accord between Nigel and the board, he'll be a top appointment. He's a strong manager." Big if with Ashton around.
  13. Here's a list of red-button games on Sky. These are definitely on the Sky Go app. If you've moved house since you last had Sky, you might need to unlink your Sky ID which is linked to that old address. I had to do hook mine up to a new address recently and it's worked perfectly ever since.
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