Originally Posted by Breaker
He'll do well..needed another year or so to really get up to speed with English football though he wanted too much time on the ball a lot of the time and also ironically Mancini's tactics don't suit a player with his skillset, didn't help that he had a poor attitude when things weren't going well though.
Tevez is probably next to leave and he fits the tactics perfectly but always is subbed or left out no matter his form, creates chances every game for himself and teammates and links up well with Silva while Aguero has been a lot more selfish taking too many dribbles.
Hoping for a miracle but honestly haven't seen more than 2-3 games all season where the team have really played well. Hopefully Yaya plays better when he comes back and improves the play.
I think it's been the worst season for as long as I can remember. The supposedly 3 best teams, Man Utd, City and Chelsea have all been poor. Man Utd are running away with the league, but they have been making mistakes and playing in second gear for most of the year it seems.
Newcastle have gone backwards, Spurs and Arsenal are hit and miss. Swansea and Liverpool have done well, but apart from that it's been tough to really get into this year.