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Submitted by no_more_heroes 554d ago | news

Manchester City’s Joe Hart told to roll down sleeves to cut out mistakes

Metro:

The Manchester City goalkeeper made an embarrassing spill which allowed Steven Davis to tap in Southampton’s second goal in their 3-1 defeat of the champions yesterday.

And former England and City goalkeeper Joe Corrigan reckons the current England No.1 could have held Rickie Lambert’s initial shot instead of fumbling the ball if his sleeves had been rolled down. (English Premier League, Joe Hart, Manchester City, Southampton)

karim  +   554d ago
Had no idea sleeves were so important for goalkeepers..
krazykombatant  +   554d ago
Mancini is running scared for his position but to be honest, they seem to be getting lazy no top scores in the prem are from man city. Another loss and its bye bye to the any hopes of getting the titled.

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