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August 27, 2010
Posted by Wallace Poulter on 08/27/2010

I was recently asked the question concerning City's 25 man squad. There has been a lot of wild press speculation about the number of players that would have to leave and this seems a good time to get a handle on the situation.

March 31, 2010
Posted by Wallace Poulter on 03/31/2010

That sound you heard from Milan was Jose Mourinho's come and get me plea. That the Special One is done with Italian football after this season seems about as certain as the sun rising in the morning, but where he goes could be very interesting.

Mourinho has stated that he wants to manage in Spain because no manager has ever won English, Italian and Spanish league titles and in England again because of his love for English football. Once those two have been accomplished then he'll end his career managing the Portuguese national side.

November 11, 2009
Posted by Wallace Poulter on 11/11/2009

Today I'm going to step away from the subject of City and talk about the death of German national keeper Robert Enke. As is now well known the Hannover 96 net minder was killed by a train near his home on Tuesday evening. All indications are that the 32 year old committed suicide having left a note to that effect.

April 16, 2009
Posted by Wallace Poulter on 04/16/2009

The Cup is half full: City beat one of the better sides in Europe and were dominant.
The Cup is half empty: City's best chance at silverware in years is gone.

The Cup is half full: Robinho and Elano both started and played well.
The Cup is half empty: Richard Dunne got sent off, again.

March 20, 2009
Posted by Wallace Poulter on 03/20/2009

I know, I know; most of you are scratching your head asking where this came from? I was certainly one of the first to call for the ouster of the City manager when he played Vassell as a starter. I have grumbled, loudly at times, about the tactics and base formations.

March 17, 2009
Posted by Wallace Poulter on 03/17/2009

Three interesting results for City; home victories against a faltering Aston Villa, and yet another Danish club in the UEFA Cup before the expected loss to Chelsea away.

If you read the papers after the Villa game, City were brilliant. Best half of football by City all year and there should have been a hatful of goals. All good stuff and a great read. Now I'm pleased with this because I get to use one of my old Gran's favourite words. As in complete and utter twaddle!

February 20, 2009
Posted by Wallace Poulter on 02/20/2009

Friday October 25th 1415 a vastly outnumbered force of Englishmen utterly destroyed the cream of the French nobility at the Battle of Agincourt. The French, frankly, have been pissed about it ever since. How else to explain yet another ludicrous attack on the Premier League, and specifically this time on Manchester City, by Grand Supreme buffoon of UEFA Michel Platini.

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Wallace Poulter Wallace Poulter is an award winning video game producer, designer, industry consultant and writer. He has been a football fanatic since the day he moved in next door to Brian Clough. "Cloughie" being the acknowledged genius that he was promptly moved out and went to manage Derby. A serviceable senior school left-back in his youth, Poulter played one season of Sunday league football as a striker proving conclusively that he was a serviceable senior school left-back! Today Poulter remains involved with football as a licensed referee and most recently as a consultant on a Football MMO.

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