Is Man City good enough to win the quadruple after being shut out vs. Man United? | Extra Time

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ESPN FC’s Steve Nicol, Don Hutchison and Frank Leboeuf answer your tweets in Extra Time, including:
(1:35) Was PSG wrong to sack Thomas Tuchel after his incredible run with Chelsea so far?
(2:53) Is Manchester City good enough to win the quadruple?
(3:43) Is Don behind Liverpool’s poor run of form? Ever since he commentated on Liverpool’s big win vs. Crystal Palace, the Reds haven’t been the same.
(5:01) Frank, who is partnering Raphael Varane for France at Euro 2020? Kurt Zouma, Jules Kounde or Dayot Upamecano?
(6:04) Is it better to have a better man-manager or manager who excels tactically?
(11:42) Who were the best trash talkers that the guys played against?

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21 thoughts on “Is Man City good enough to win the quadruple after being shut out vs. Man United? | Extra Time

  1. There is always a time during the season when the question is "will Man City win the quadruple". Has happened the last 3 seasons.
    Why does everyone get hyped up so early? Every game is a challenge. Every trophy is difficult. A treble is hard enough, let alone a quadruple.

  2. "Can City still win the UCL after failing to win their 22nd game in a row??"

    at the same time people talk about Bayern – who concede more than 1 goal per game in the BL and were knocked out of the Pokal by Holstein Kiel – like they were Gods. lol

  3. City fan here. We will win the league and one of the domestic cups. We don't have the firepower to win the UCL and pep will disrupt the balance. Hopefully the United game was his wake up call before the next UCL game. Unlikely though…

  4. The treble is almost impossible for an English club. It's happened only once in history. The quadruple won't happen for City or any team

  5. Isn't ESPN tired of asking this stupid question every year ? Since Pep took over City, this question gets asked every year as soon as City hits form during the season. But you and I know their form will dissipate eventually and find the most ridiculous ways to lose in Europe. This question should only be asked if and when they reach the CL final for a change.

  6. m.c. is Not winning the Champions League . It is a team with no history. English league is far from the top leagues in matters of quality football . Money 💰wise might be the best not in quality.

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