City Watch Podcast

City Watch Podcast with Ian Cheeseman – Episode 32: One Of Our Own

After the shocking defeat to Lyon last week, Manchester City recovered with back-to-back wins, dispatching Cardiff City at the weekend before downing minnows Oxford United in the Carabao Cup, with local lad Phil Foden putting in a stunning display.

To discuss Foden, the last two games and all the other big City issues, host Ian Cheeseman is joined by Ryan Corless, Paul Risby and returning from a spell down south, Adam Wareing.

Topics this week include:

– Phil Foden. Who else? The man of the moment after his performance and first goal against Oxford.
– Would it be wise for Foden to go out on loan if he isn’t getting much game time by the end of the season?
– Prioritising the Brighton, Hoffenheim and Liverpool game in terms of rotating the players.
– Riyad Mahrez is finally off the mark. What can he bring to City and is he still a work in progress?
– John Stones’ performance in midfield against Oxford and if he is a long-term option there.
– Mendy or Delph at left-back in big games? This debate gets quite passionate!
– Who should start at left-back and centre-back against Liverpool? Is there a case for Danilo against Salah?
– Aguero and Jesus, who to start in the next three games. Could they play together against Liverpool?
– Should be we wary of underestimating Hoffenheim ahead of the Liverpool game?

It’s an hour-plus of quality Manchester City discussion, so enjoy it on SoundCloud or iTunes and be sure to follow us!

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