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13 May 2019 07:50:45
Hows this for showing our decline.
Points difference between Man City and Man Utd – last 4 seasons
2015-16 0
2016-17 Man City +9
2017-18 Man City +19
2018-19 Man City +32
and we finished more points off the top this season than we did when we were relegated.
The only common denominator in our decline is Woodwood, he needs removing from all football matters.

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13 May 2019 08:08:20
It doesn't make for good reading. However, we should also accept that Man City have in the last two seasons set the two highest ever points totals in a season. That is unlikely to continue.

13 May 2019 11:26:24
So maybe getting rid of lvg and bringing in mourinho was the wrong thing to do in hindsight?

Certainly looks that way.

13 May 2019 13:35:17
I would say so. We are three years on from that now, when we could have been about to enter the third year with Allegri as Manager. Things might have gone differently, we might not be at the point os needing a total rebuild, we might have avoided some of the less than great signings of the last three seasons. But then we might not have won the League cup and the Europa League.

13 May 2019 16:09:05
Its one of the great what ifs. Personally I'm not convinced Allegri was the right man. I think he'd have had the same issues van Gaal had and Jose exacerbated. Maybe not to the extent Jose had, as different players would've been brought in. I also think the fans would've still turned on him to to the style of play.

13 May 2019 20:12:20
The problems occurred before Mourinho, there was no plan for SAF retirement. It is unbelievable that a major corporate also allowed another key senior member in Gill to go at the same time. We didn’t learn from Busbys retirement and paid the price since then, for a lack of plan and lack of leadership.







 

 

 
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