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Pale Azure
Mon speaks to Dave about all things City. New episodes usually weekly during the season, towards the end of the week. Sometimes more (eg during an "Englische Woche"), sometimes less (eg international weeks).Get in touch if you have any questions, or things you think we should discuss.
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The season is over and we've had the parade. Amazing. Truly amazing season with records smashed all over the place. Yaya leaves and Pep extends his contract. "Champions!"
Dave and Mon watch the records tumble (again) as City beat West Ham, with a certain P. Zabaleta scoring goal no. 100 of the season. They also debate the spelling of hiccup/hiccough and the price of season tickets...
Swansea City create a guard of honour for champions Manchester City at the Etihad, and get thumped 5-0 in return. Also, talk about next season, players and teams of the year and the game at West Ham.
After a rather testing period containing three losses, City beat Spurs and the Baggies beat Utd. Which means City are C H A M P I O N S !
Mon & Dave are back after the international break, celebrating another win. This time the points are won from Everton, which leaves City a win away from the title. Also: looking ahead to the games against Liverpool (Champions League quarter final) and, er, some team called Manchester United.
Dave and Mon talk about yet another win, this time at Stoke. The Champions League draw has also just taken place, City meeting Liverpool in the quarter-finals. Plus: FA fines and how the women and youth teams are doing.
Champions Chelsea are beaten 1-0 then FC Basel win the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 tie. City still qualify for the quarter-finals though and next up it's back to the Premier League at Stoke on Monday night.
City win the League Cup against Arsenal! And win against Arsenal again in the Premier League! But go out of the FA Cup... Also, the FA come under some scrutiny, whilst Dave and Mon react as the verdict on the Wigan incidents come in.
Dave and Mon talk Leicester, Basel and a bit of a Wigan preview. Players return from injury and that Agüero's not too shabby, is he? Plus, some words on the horrific historical abuse court case.
Reviews of Cardiff, West Brom & Burnley. Previews of Leicester City & FC Basel. Also: the transfer window, Mahrez, referees, only 6 on the bench... does any of it matter? Mind the gap!
Dave and Mon discuss how City booked their place at Wembley in the League Cup Final by beating Bristol City 5-3 on aggregate. Also discussed: the home league win against Newcastle United, the games to come against Cardiff City & West Brom and possible transfers ahead of the winter deadline. Plus: Mark E Smith remembered.…
City finally lose a league game, for the first time since April 2017, against Liverpool at Anfield. The fallout of that totally unforeseen defeat(!) is explored at some length. Plus, transfers (Sanchez, Evans), and the games to come against Newcastle and Bristol City are all discussed. In far too much length, sorry.…
Mon and Dave start by not being able to pronounce "Sanchez" but swiftly move on to talk about transfers in general and the cup games at home against Burnley and Bristol City. Looming on the horizon, there is, of course, a certain match at Anfield...
The festive matches are over for City and so is the win streak. Dave and Mon look back at the games against Crystal Palace and Watford. They also try and predict what will happen in the Cup matches against Burnley and Bristol City. Plus- Transfers: will there be any? Should there be any? Especially with Gabriel Jesus out for weeks... David Silv ...…
Season's Greetings! A quick look back at the games v Bournemouth and Newcastle, with Crystal Palace to come. Will City buy in January? Can anyone stop them? Is the league boring now? Who is the most improved player? All this and more is discussed in excruciating detail by Dave and Mon.
Another 3 wins in a week for City, almost becoming standard now. Tottenham at home sandwiched between the away games at Swansea (league) and Leicester (League Cup). Bournemouth coming up on Saturday- where will City be at the season's half-way mark?
Mon and Dave talk through a dominant display from City as they win yet another Premier League game, (a record breaking 14th on the run), this time at Manchester United. A lot to take in both on and off the pitch and there are also the impending fixtures against Swansea and Tottenham to preview. Plus, the Champions League draw has taken place.…
Silva scores the late winner this time, at home against West Ham, to make it 20 wins on the trot. A weakened side then bring that run to an end at Shakhtar Donetsk, although the kids (Foden, Diaz, Tosin) impress. Oh, there's a derby coming up. Unless, the snow postpones it, of course...
Will it ever end? Yes, but for now, City win another two games, away to Huddersfield Town and at home against Southampton. Raheem Sterling instrumental twice with late winning goals. Amazing.
Mon and Dave are back after the international break with two more wins to talk about- Leicester and Feyenoord the defeated this time. This takes us to 17 victories in a row and with Huddersfield and Southampton on the horizon, when will the wins end?
Only one game to talk about in this episode: the 3-1 win at home against Arsenal. Mon and Dave talk through the performance versus the Gunners and wonder if City are actually that good. Or are Arsenal that bad? Could David Silva just keep walking through midfield for ever... Spanish Dave goes for a relaxing stroll.#mancity #city #mcfc pic.twitt ...…
Another week, another two wins, against the Baggies and the Serie A leaders, S.S.C. Napoli. This takes the win sequence to a staggering 14 in a row, 9 away wins in a row, best start to a PL season... not forgetting Kun becoming the all-time top City goalscorer on 178 goals. Not a bad week, all in all.…
Mon and Dave work through another pair of home games: the 3-0 league victory against Burnley, plus the cup win (on penalties) against Wolves. Bravo goes from zero to hero and Pep claims there's something wrong with the balls.
Dave and Mon talk through the wondrous win against Stoke (SE-VEN!) along with another win (TEN in a row!) against Napoli. There are star performers like KDB and Ederson, goals galore, a penalty save... where will it all end? Against Burnley?
Mon and Dave ramble in a daze through the wake of another pair of wins. Firstly at home to Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League, then away to the champions, Chelsea. Also, Agüero has a car accident in Amsterdam, Pep talks to Lineker and KDB scores a couple of crackers. Not forgetting: DELPH EVERY WEEKEND !…
Mon and Dave chat about the games against West Brom and Palace: two more wins and seven more goals. Will there be more against Shakhtar Donetsk and Chelsea? Looks like a big week ahead for City.
Dave went to Rotterdam to watch City play at Feyenoord and has a few tales to tell... The game at Watford rounded out a most satisfactory 15-0 week for City as we chat about that performance and next week's game at West Brom too.
The day after City thrashed Liverpool 5-0, Mon and Dave talk through the performance, including some mention of the red card awarded to Mané (not much). Plus: a preview of the Champions League opening game in Rotterdam on Wednesday.
Mon and Dave finally talk about the last-minute win at Bournemouth. They rate City's transfer activity too and also predict what will happen against Liverpool on Saturday. Another lunchtime kick-off, hurrah!
A lot to talk through about the first home match of the season against Everton: scoring goals, Sané as wingback and... officials. Also: Girona is part of the City Football Group Jonny Evans, Alexis Sanchez and Messi still play for WBA, Arsenal and Barçe (respectively) Champions League draw (you'll know by now!) quick opinions and predictions ab ...…
Heated debate between Dave and Mon about the possible signing of Jonny Evans: is it a good move or is Pep cracking up? Reviews of the games against Brighton and Girona too, and a look ahead to the first home fixture against Everton.
We're back! Ahead of the new season we reflect on the transfer activity (lots of ins and outs- maybe more to come?), the pre-season friendlies (irrelevant!) and, of course, the first Premier League match at Brighton.
Mon and Dave return with a delayed episode after the terrible events at Manchester Arena. Topics include the final game at Watford, transfers (both in and out) and the Chairman's Statement. #WeStandTogether The banner being discussed at the very beginning of the episode is this one. Which reminded Mon of this, from this movie: ...…
Mon and Dave reflect on an emotional evening at the Etihad as Pablo Zabaleta says farewell after nine seasons at City. That came after the game with West Brom; there was also a game against Leicester to talk about, plus a look ahead to the final match of the season at Watford.
Does the 5-0 against Crystal Palace mean anything? Were Palace bad or City good? Is David Silva magic? Will the form in this game continue against Leicester City and West Brom? Most of these questions are addressed within this episode of Pale Azure...
Dave and Mon catch up with the home derby and the game at Middlesbrough. Also, season ticket prices are out... are the increases justified? Palace get a mention as well, as the first of the final three home matches in Pep's inaugural season.
A quick pod recorded on the way back from Wembley. Spoiler- Dave & Mon are not very happy. Please note- this was recorded in the car, so there's some background noise. Sorry about that, should be back to normal next time.
Dave and Mon look forward excitedly to another trip to Wem-ber-ley. Team selection, predictions and a bit on the other FA Cups (MCWFC & U18), but really, it's all about the semi-final against Arsenal.
Dave and Mon talk through City's fine victory at Southampton. Along the way, Jesus Navas, Claudio Bravo and, of course, Vincent Kompany get the plaudits. Welcome back Captain!
Dave and Mon start by talking about the bus depot that used to be on Princess Road but soon settle into talking about the victory against Hull. Before previewing the match in Southampton, they also talk about Claudio Bravo, whether Top 4 could be a problem and the magnificence of David Silva. Quick mentions of the City Women's team and the U18 ...…
Two big games for Dave and Mon to talk about, firstly away at the Emirates Stadium then at Stamford Bridge. Hull to come at the weekend (Saturday, 3pm!) plus other bits and pieces of news... Jesus comeback and City FG buy another club.
Dave and Mon chat about the draw against Liverpool and preview the match at the weekend against Arsenal. In between they get their teeth into the international programme, the City Women's Team and a few other things besides.
Dave and Mon ruminate over the the Monaco defeat which put City out of Europe. Also, there are the Stoke and 'Boro games to catch up on, as well as Liverpool to come to the Etihad on Sunday. Of course, the 'Boro result means there's a trip to Wembley on the horizon... :)
Immediately after the Sunderland match, Dave and Mon discuss that game as well as the impressive cup replay at home to Huddersfield. A little look forward to the rearranged midweek game against Stoke too- all while they converse in the same room!
Not much to talk about this week... who are we kidding! A quite remarkable match against Monaco gets talked about - a lot - by Dave and Mon, with a little bit about the FA cup games against Huddersfield too. Not much though; to be fair the bulk of the pod is about the record-breaking match at the Etihad. Still buzzin'!…
Mon and Dave review the victory at Bournemouth and preview the games to come against Huddersfield Town and AS Monaco. Along the way, they also talk about the injury to Gabriel Jesus, the signing of Carli Lloyd and reminisce about trips to Huddersfield in days gone by.
Dave and Mon discuss the win against Swansea and in particular that man Gabriel Jesus, in the goals again. They also explore a range of other City-related questions: Does GJ's fast start have any repercussions for Agüero? Did Sterling dive? Will City beat Bournemouth next Monday? Who did Dave have swaps for in his Panini albums?…
Revelling in 7 goals and a pair of clean sheets at Selhurst Park and the London Stadium, Dave and Mon are in a fairly chipper mood this week. Other topics include: Sagna appeal quashed CL squad finalised Jesus Strikes Superstar Sterling singled out You put your Willie in, you take your Bravo out...
Mon really appreciates the performance against Tottenham, Dave perhaps a little less so. Back to the cup next weekend too! Was it a penalty? Are City really "like Barcelona"? Do you believe in Jesus? All these questions (and more) are talked around in this episode.
Mon is joined by Everton fan Rob to comb through the embers of the game at Goodison Park. Were City that bad? Were Everton that good? Who will win the league now? Can Everton catch the top six? All this and much more is rambled around at great length...
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