Dughall on the reporting duties again, reviewing a 0-0 which hardly set the pulses racing. Will this season just end already?
Jon Punt looks back on a decent City performance, blunted by a lack of quality in the final third. He even manages to complete a match review without mentioning James Maddison for pretty much the first time this season.
Dughall McCormick was one of the 547 who pitched up at the Stadium of Light/Gloom and saw City squander a host of chances, go behind and then snatch a draw at the death. Here's his review of a foggy night on the Wear.
Probably the most enjoyable 90 minutes at Carrow Road so far this term, Jon Punt reviews Murphy's masterclass, the kicking of Grealish and naughty boys singing offensive songs. It's the ACN Match review...
Stephen Curnow picks the best away days to go to. A fine day out in the capital watching the Canaries, what could possibly go wrong? Turns out, quite a lot.
Andy and Tom are very similar. They're both shorter than the average human man. They both work in digital service jobs. They're both liberal, tolerant lefties. They both enjoy winding Jon up. They both married women named Jo and they both attend Carrow Road every other weekend. However, they see very different games when they get there. How different? Let's find out. We asked both to independently review the same game. Here's what they made of it...
Jon Punt looks back on a familiar City home showing, that was either 'excellent' or 'awful' depending on who you spoke to/overheard on Hill House Road walking home.
A half full of verve, tempo and chances was ultimately followed by a 45 much akin to City's performances of late 2017. Tom Parsley and Jon Punt take a look at Farke's frustration, Christoph the Colossus and much much more....