In other places he's too simplistic: implying that we only beat Spurs because of Castillo, and comparing how Elano and Petrov's form has "plummeted lately". Elano's been struggling for form and fitness since November, whereas Petrov peaked in December/January and has only played twice since the derby. It's hard to strongly disagree with Doyle's conclusion:
Just as it was premature to hail Eriksson as the harbinger of a glorious new era for City on the back of a decent start to the season, it would be rash to now declare him a flop. But it is certainly legitimate to wonder what exactly he's up to.