Man City v Juventus - 19:45 Tues 15th Sep

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Should be a good game. City have started the season well obviously, playing with a desire I think they were lacking last season. Juventus are something like the force they were in the 90's and it will be a difficult game. I can see a draw, 1-1, but wouldn't be surprised if City sneak the win.
 
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City are pants in Europe, every season the press jump on the same old bandwagon that the club is now experienced enough to make it through. I'm not so sure. No Aguero tonight, I think Juventus will tear City apart.
 

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City are pants in Europe, every season the press jump on the same old bandwagon that the club is now experienced enough to make it through. I'm not so sure. No Aguero tonight, I think Juventus will tear City apart.

Juventus aren't the same force they were last season. They've obviously lost Pirlo, Vidal and Tevez and they've yet to win so far this season. I think Citeh can get a result tonight.

Citeh 2-1 Juventus
 

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A poor game so far with Bony missing a great chance a few minutes ago, but if City can just up the tempo a little bit, i can see them winning this game by the odd goal.
 

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Bony really isn't a patch on Augero. In fact despite being more mobile than Dzeko I think the latter is a better striker.
 

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Anyone else think there's something not right about Aguero going and shaking hands and chatting with opposition players on the touchline. I know they're fellow Argentines, but can't he save that shit for after the match, I want nothing but 100% hostility against opposing players. Kick em while you warm up.
 

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Really can't believe the refs allowed that goal to stand.
 

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Well Man city look like flopping in Europe again... Ok early days.

Aguero on with 10 minutes to do something.
 

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horrible. once again we are a completely different team to the one that plays in the premier league every week. defensively we weren't that bad and I thought Fernandinho had a top game. But we had no options up front (Bony was a bit out of his depth) and even at 2-1 down we didn't even look like chasing the game.

we will still qualify, but this was a massive, massive disappointment.
 

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I thought by the phases both teams are in their respective championships the victory would be from City.

Though City had biggest ball possession and their scheme seemed more offensive than Juventus, Juve could utilize their chances better.
 

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That's a bit of a disaster for City, your home games are absolutely vital in the group stage.
 

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horrible. once again we are a completely different team to the one that plays in the premier league every week. defensively we weren't that bad and I thought Fernandinho had a top game. But we had no options up front (Bony was a bit out of his depth) and even at 2-1 down we didn't even look like chasing the game.

we will still qualify, but this was a massive, massive disappointment.
With Sevilla in your group also I'm not so sure. They are no mugs.
 
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