Sunday, 5 April 2009

No Stephen Ireland, no final ball.

Check out this Chalkboard from yesterday's game.

In the whole match, we made one succesful pass into the penalty area. There's nothing around the 'd', nothing down the left hand side - barely anything at all within thirty yards of goal. Compare this to the home fixture against Arsenal, when, inspired by Steven Ireland playing through the middle, we were much better at getting the ball into the box and down both flanks.









 by Guardian Chalkboards

4 comments:

Wigan Blue said...

Well - you know why that was? "We were lacking a little bit of weight". £100 million spent, and we were lacking weight.

Is it only me, or does anybody else have a problem here?

Trueblue said...
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Trueblue said...

Bang on, we missed Ireland hugely as i explain in my article.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/151036-rallying-all-manchester-city-fc-fans

tommytheblue said...

Hughes was what was wrong. Poor 1st choice side. three dwarfs upfront.

it didnt work.