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By David Mooney, Fri 25 August 2017 09:52
David Mooney is back in the studio with Gaz (@burnagedaydream) and Goal.com's Sam Lee to discuss the talking points from City's week. Was it a point gained or two dropped in the 1-1 draw with Everton? Should Ederson have kept out Wayne Rooney's shot? We analyse the match, including a ridiculous red card for Kyle Walker and the impact that Raheem Sterling had from the bench. We catch up with Willie Donachie, as he discusses his return to the club in 1997 in the second part of his interview, and we react to City's draw in the Champions League, asking how well the Blues could do in this season's competition. We're discussing whether Pep Guardiola should stick with his 3-5-2 formation for the trip to Bournemouth and we celebrate a decade since the takeover of the club by Thaksin Shinawatra by speaking to for City CEO Garry Cook, ex-boss Sven-Goran Eriksson and Manchester football historian Gary James. We also look in on the the new Tunnel Club and discuss City's off-the-field relationship with the fans.
Episode 9.3 - Cold Noodles
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