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How would you sum up Manchester City's campaign this season. It has to be Jeckyl & Hyde with the bad being away from home wheras our home form being sublime. Although our premier league campaign has got off to a stuttering start and let's face it, 8th isn't where we want to be sitting right now things are not all doom & gloom.
In the same week that our owner has provided a rare insight into where he sees the future of our development policy. We put 7 past Norwich with 5 different City goalscorers and qualify for the Champions league you would think watching the reaction of some fans that the defeat at Sunderland would put us into a relegation scrap.
Right from the word go this season City have picked up one injury after another which has continued to hamper Pellegrini's team selection, especially the back four. Things are starting to look like they are settling down though and as long as we do not pick up any injuries against CSKA Moscow tomorrow night we may well finally have a full squad of players to choose from come the 27th and Chelsea.
Vincent Komany and Demichelis are the only noticable absentees from tomorrow evenings Line-up and although the loss of Kompany is a big loss we have plenty who can cover. Pellegrini seems to prefer Garcia in the role although the fans, some more than others, wince when his name is read out as part of the back four set-up.
After the frenzy in the media and on the social network sites after Joe Hart's performance mid-week against Bayern Munich how important will Manuel Pellegrini's teamsheet be today when the teams are announced one hour before the match. If you just took Joe's performance against Bayern you could say anybody is allowed a bad day at the office but with the season barely six matches in Joe has got off to a slow start this term.
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