Can Michael McIndoe win over the fans?
When Chris Coleman signed Michael McIndoe, the City fans were pleased. At last we had signed a naturally left footed winger with the ability to cross the ball and score the odd goal. A couple of good performances against City in previous seasons had brought him to the attention of the City faithful.
After a reasonably bright start to the season, his formed dipped much like the teams. A lack of competition for his place, our only alternative being Freddie Eastwood, meant that he was playing games when out of form.
Fans now seem to be split as to whether he brings anything to side or not.
So can he win over the fans and recapture his early season form of last season?
With Aidy Boothroyd now in charge and Gary McSheffrey providing stiff competition, these two factors might just be spark to re-ignite his City career.
In the mid 80's Don Mackay signed Greg Downs for City. His first season was poor to say the least I even recall that he was booed by the home fans in one particular game.
The next season under new management and a new playing style he won over the fans and was a pivotal member of 1987 FA Cup winning side.
So maybe Michael McIndoe can take a leaf out Greg's book and prove to the fans that he is worth a place in the starting eleven.