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Disappointment again at the Ricoh

Although pleased with the overall performance of the team after the poor showing against Crystal Palace last week, City boss Chris Coleman thought that sometimes the team lacked imagination in their play.
With Plymouth having come for the point and happy to settle for that in the second half it was poor defensive play in the 87th minute that gave away the vital goal to Plymouth substitute Craig Noone. It was handed to them on a plate after a mix up on City's right side and left the home support very frustrated and to add to their woes Aron Gunnarsson was substituted after falling heavily on his right wrist. He will have an x-ray on Monday to see if it is broken.




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Date:Saturday November 15 2008

Time: 10:44PM

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