Manchester City 2011-2012: Vibrant Youth (part 1)

Round of 34 English Premier League in the 2015/16 season, Leicester City were still 5 points behind Tottenham Hotspur. It was said that the remaining four rounds with a maximum of 12 points were still enough to make the Great Drum set up a great overthrow. Actually, whoever won the title would also be great: Leicester City, if they are crowned, will probably be one of the biggest surprises in Premier League history. For Tottenham, the last time they took the throne in Premier League was exactly 55 years ago.
However, no matter who is on the throne, there will be people who regret the losers. In the event that the Trophies raise the trophy as it deserves, the pigeons will struggle to persevere and persevere until the final round. Tottenham this year young, passionately burning desire. Looking at Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen or Erik Lamela, Toby Alderweireld, we know that not raising the trophy will be unfair to them. Those who fought for that glory are actually still young men, and if they do not succeed, they have the power to deceive the fact that they are men and cry like children. Because, after all, they deserve the championship because they overcame all the greats of the old years.
Tottenham this year has the traits that remind people of Man City 2011/12 season. Giving money, pressure from employers, salary … go, Man City also have the same feeling, fighting to the last minutes before QPR like that. When people are young, people will do anything to pursue their ideals. Like Tottenham this season, City have watered the 2011/12 season in such a way.
I do not think we have ever thought City of 2011/12 without champions, they never know when they won the championship. 44 years have passed, the blue half Manchester to hiding under the shadow of the great red neighbors; And the owners of the oil have poured hundreds of millions of pounds to shake the force for the midfield. In the British Premiership, money never brings immediate success but it takes time to take effect. The 2011/12 season is the most accurate time for City to take the throne, as they have the money and the youth.
The oldest players of the Green Man at that time were just 31, including Wayne Bridge, Stuart Taylor, Gareth Barry, Owen Hargreaves and Kolo Toure. None of these plays a pivotal role in Etihad. In the opposite direction, 23-year-old Sergio Aguero, Samir Nasri 24, Joe Hart 25, Vincent Kompany, David Silva and Edin Dzeko are only 26. 28 is the age of Yaya Toure and Carlos Tevez, the oldest in the group. main. 26 to 30 is the most beautiful age of the player’s life, and when the fall of the “old” as Toure and Tevez combined with the burning desire of the Hart or Aguero, people saw a City Man Constitutional, dominant in the league, especially at home. To describe the City of that season, using words like “glamor”, “flaming fire” seems quite subjective; Just using the word “hard” is enough
All of this shows that the blue shirt players not only fight for money, but also for honor and titles. The most obvious proof? The full 6 points ahead of rivals, the biggest roadblock, the tough neighbors Manchester United. There was a 6-1 win over Old Trafford. And no one has forgotten the warmth and enthusiasm of Mario Balotelli’s bracelet “Why always me?”.

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