Five Barcelona Thoughts For Man City

Will Manuel Pellegrini stick with two strikers when Manchester City line up against Barcelona at the Etihad? Is there a way to stop Messi? Daniel Storey investigates...

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jd.quench (Manchester United) says...

My money's on City doing them over the two matches. And they have the potential to be two cracking matches.

Posted 3:17pm 18th February 2014

tk421 says...

Comments are very odd today...criticism for research, a Withnail quote that makes no sense. All I'm going to say is that Sanchez is fat and Neymar is like a sickly weak kid that you don't really feel any sympathy for because of his awful hair. Moreover I still believe that there are around 50 players in Europe who could easily do what Busquets does with the right coach. For those reasons I want a City win.

Posted 1:16pm 18th February 2014

baldini (Blackburn Rovers) says...

Yeah, Danny boy, I'm with red goose on this; done a bit of research before writing your article, have you? Making predictions and suggestions on how sides might line up BEFORE kick off, are we? Verrrrry clever, verrrry bloody sneaky, we'll see though, 'cause I've been watching you, especially you; prancing like a tit.

Posted 12:10pm 18th February 2014

ted, manchester (Manchester United) says...

It's a terrifying prospect, trying to plan against a team like Barcelona. Even if you can ensure that Messi has a quiet game, they've still got so many excellent, game-changing players. Neymar, Sanchez, Fabregas, Iniesta, Tello, Xavi. Where do you start? Hopefully the match itself will live up to the potential, if it does it will be a hell of a game. Good luck to City.

Posted 10:12am 18th February 2014

red goose (Liverpool) says...

You sound like you know what you're talking about (how many sites did you google for all that info?) - but just wait and see shall we.

Posted 9:44am 18th February 2014

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