Should we be more optimistic than last summer?

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Re: Should we be more optimistic than last summer?

Post by Caboose » Mon Jul 22, 2019 12:18 am

Towie wrote:
Sun Jul 21, 2019 10:35 pm
Whiskyman wrote:
Sun Jul 21, 2019 10:15 pm


Bloody hell. Defence shit. Midfield shit. And we finished 10th, not too far off 7th in fact. What does that say about the strength of the "best league in the world " ? :lol: :lol: :lol:

You think this is bad wait until we lose our 1st fame of season against Citeh, people on here will be wanting Pelle sacked!
Aint as daft as it sounds mate last season there was people wanting him out after the first few games.
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Re: Should we be more optimistic than last summer?

Post by eskimo joe » Mon Jul 22, 2019 6:50 am

Didnt see the game, and who really cares about the result. No need for knicker twisting. Pre seasons arent about results, more a testing ground. Dont even know who and what format was played. Same most years, lose and we are doomed. Come to think of it more often than not we fare better when we have a poor preseason than a good one.

My only question about Pellegrini is.....Is he a one trick pony? A better option than Lard Arse ,but a one trick pony never the less. We will see. Hard really to say, think this season and the next will give us a better insight when you see whom he brings in. City have the luxury,if you can call it that, of having teams adapt to their style of play, we havent, so we need to see better how Pellegrini copes with it.
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