City can turn the tide on the Seasiders
I WENT to the Blackpool away game earlier on in the season, and the City were very poor that day, we lost three nil, and it could have been more, they were that bad.
Blackpool though are a very good side at home, we aren't the only side to get turned over there, the ground to put it mildly is a bit of a dump, it holds only about nine thousand, but Blackpool use this to their advantage, so fair play to them for that.
But away from Bloomfield Road, their not as formidable, so the City have the opportunity to get their revenge at our place, because we don't want the Seasiders to get the double over us.
We got a decent draw at Swansea the other night, the City defended well, and even though it was a dour game, Swansea at home are like Blackpool.hard to beat, so the players can feel pleased with a good team performance.
We would like the Sky Blues to play a beautiful passing game, and win every match comfortably playing elegant flowing football, but let's be realistic, it ain't going to happen, but at the end of the day, if we can earn a point away from home, and be a team who win more games at home than lose, would the fans be bothered ?
I think the answer would be no, it's all about points, and the more points you get, the higher up the table you will be, simple as that.
The next few games are Blackpool, Bristol City away, then the tasty one, Forest at home, so three very interesting matches, but two of those are games the City can win, but I'm not saying which two, because I've learnt fom past experience, when you support Cov City, you can end up with egg on your face, if you give predictions, so I'll say nowt, but we all know the one we could lose, don't we ?