City play Everton once again tonight. We’ve done previews, Inside the Oppositions and all that twice already this month and it is getting stale. Instead we thought that a nice list of Good, Bad, and Who Cares would be a nice alternative.
City should be winning this tonight and setting up a Wembley showdown with Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool. Everton are no pushovers, but City are better. In theory.
What I want to see
- City win.
- Two up top. Kelechi needs more game time, Aguero plays better with someone else alongside him (in my humble opinion.
- I want to see Delph every weekend. This is midweek, but still, the point stands. He brings an energy that I like and he looks like he really enjoys himself on the pitch which is sound. City will need both against Everton.
- Pablo Zabaleta.
- Otamendi and Demichelis speak the same language. Would love to see them give it a go tonight.
- Aguero to not play 90 minutes if we are winning by loads of goals. Busy, busy fixture list in February.
- Youth team players if we are winning by loads of goals.
What I don’t want to see
- Another one of these weird, limp performances we’ve seen too many of. It’s a big occasion lads. Let’s have it.
- Yaya as a defensive midfielder.
- Loads of people banging on about how they reckon Yaya is lazy.
- Youth team players if the game is tight or Everton still look dangerous. Getting to a cup final is more important than 20 minutes for one of the teenagers.
What I don’t care about
- Attendance. Not arsed. Whether it’s rubbish, whether it’s some sort of record. Whether it looks bad on telly or the Etihad is rocking. I am not arsed any more. I have been fully desensitised to attendance chat, either good or bad. Just watch the game and worry less, for the love of god.
- Caballero in goal. I care in a way, but I’ve come to accept it. He’s our cup goalkeeper.
What do you want to see? What do you not want to see? let us know in the comments!
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Written by Alex Timperley