By my calculations, Rob's complacency equals Nic's complacency minus a lot more medals.The Green One said:Well when he returned against Pompey as a sub after Anelka got injured on 27 mins he looked very good and sharp, a bit like the Robbie Fowler of old. His snap shot was magnificent, and Jamie Ashdown was forced into a world class save.
Since he returned against Newcastle as a half time sub hes done well. The fitness work has done very well for him, and hes managed 2 goals since he returned in 4 games, 2 of which were as sub. He was good against Villa, and we look better with Macken-Fowler than ANelka-Macken, but thats been known now since February when Fowler-Macken played 6 games together and we won 4-1 against United, 4-3 against Spurs, 3-1 against Bolton. I wouldn't dream of selliong Anelka, but I wouldn't start him until we look out of sorts and need him. He needs to learn not to be complacent. The way he returned straight to the starting line up last season against Leeds was disgraceful after Mack got 3 goals in 6 games in his absence. At least Cox had the sense to bench him at Villa last season when Keegan was ill.
~ The Green ne
I never said get rid of him, I said I'd rather have Mills at RB. I think that comment was justified by the fact that we have the 4th best defence in the EPL. I did say his contract should not be renewed as he may not play for over a year, and with a club haemorraging cash like we are, we're not in a place to be nice.like you want City to get rid of the Sun