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By David Mooney, Fri 10 March 2017 10:05
Ahead of another week in the cups, David Mooney is joined by Howard Hockin and the Manchester Evening News's Simon Bajkowski to discuss Manchester City's contrasting fortunes in their 2-0 win over Sunderland and 0-0 draw with Stoke. Has that midweek stalemate blown their chances of the title or are Chelsea still catchable? Sam Roscoe analyses a new defensive record set by City's victory at the Stadium of Light - as the Blues have five away clean sheets on the bounce for the first time in their history. We look ahead to the crucial week in the FA Cup, as Pep Guardiola's side travel to the Stadium of Light, and what promises to be another thriller in the Champions League, as the club takes a two-goal lead to Monaco. Just how vital will that be, in light of the French team's three away goals? Ian Irving from Premier League TV speaks about the progress City have made under Guardiola so far and we discuss the manager's comments about wanting more English players as we take some listener questions, too.
Episode 8.32 - Turbocharged
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Episode 8.32 Extra - Long Term Injuries and Champions League Comebacks
For those who back the show by $5 a month or more through Patreon, you can listen to the supplement show on their website right now. It works on desktop and on mobile. The team look back at some City players plagued by long-term injuries and throw in some discussion on the club's Champions League comebacks from more recent times.
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