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Jim Smith

Whilst the league is indeed our "bread and butter" should we be prioritising tonight over Saturday?

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I know ordinarily we wouldn''t and that weakened teams are the order of the day in the cup but realistically we have far more chance of winning tonight and getting ourselves within a couple of matches of Wembley again than we do of winning at the Etihad in the league on Saturday.

Should we actually be playing a string team tonight and perhaps experimenting a bit on Saturday rather than the other way around?

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There is a part of String Theory that''s relevant, it''s the bit that says "strings propagate through space and interact with each other" so in a footballing context the players need to use space and interact with each other, do this and we could be onto a winner.

 

 

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Jim Smith wrote "Should we actually be playing a [strong] team tonight and perhaps

experimenting a bit on Saturday rather than the other way around?"I don''t really understand the question. Judging by what AN said yesterday, we are not going to be fielding a team half of whom are under-21s or whatever. He''s going to bring in one or two players who are anyway on the fringe of first team selection. Given the calls for change at the back and in midfield prompted by our recent poor run, what reason is there for regarding the teams we have been putting out in these first ten games as our "strongest"?

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