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By David Mooney, Fri 24 March 2017 10:08
After the thrilling 1-1 draw with Liverpool, David Mooney is joined by Goal's Sam Lee and, making his Blue Moon Podcast debut, the Daily Mail's Jack Gaughan to discuss the issues of Manchester City's week. What lessons were learnt from the match with Jurgen Klopp's side? Were City unlucky not to be given a penalty and should Yaya Toure have been punished further for his sliding challenge on Emre Can? We dissect the performance of Willy Caballero and analyse how he fought to become City's first choice in goal. We also take a look at John Stones' resilient displays in recent weeks and discuss the boos aimed at James Milner - were they justified or were they tit-for-tat? On top of all that, we speak to sports lawyer Jake Cohen from Mills and Reeve to discuss how Brexit could affect City as the UK prepares to leave the EU and James Cooper from Sky Sports News gives his thoughts on how City are shaping up this season. We manage to squeeze in some thoughts on transfers and the crucial weeks to come.
Episode 8.34 - Joe Public
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Episode 8.34 Extra - How Have City Progressed?
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. David Mooney, Sam Lee and Jack Gaughan all discuss how far City have progressed since being taken over in 2008. We look at managers, on the field performances, transfers - and whether the Blues are exceeding expectations or just falling short... or neither.
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