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Big test due at St. James's Park

A very interesting test for the Sky Blues tonight in Newcastle with the added plot of two former players due to line up against City tonight in Leon Best and Patrick Van Aanholt. Whatever the boo boys demonstrated, Best was a goalscorer for City who improved his game while at the Ricoh. Van Aanholt was quality from the day he arrived and it is a surprise he is not covering for the injured Ashley Cole at Stamford Bridge.

A positive ten days will see City tested in what is their biggest game of the season, but with quality being added to the squad over the last few weeks the vibes around the club are better than they were at the turn of the year.




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Date:Wednesday February 17 2010

Time: 3:46PM

 

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