Ahead of Sunday's clash with Manchester City, Danny Pugsley, manager and all-around great writer over at Bitter and Blue, was gracious enough to take the time to answer some questions from us here about City:
You spoke about City's midfield gradually losing their grip on the match against Chelsea--do you think that there will be changes this Sunday against Arsenal in the personnel, or do you think Arsenal's midfield three provide a different challenge?
Samir Nasri is obviously another former Gunner--do you think he has added much to City's attack this season, or do you feel he's more of a squad player right now?
Do you feel that having so many quality players is a blessing (it allows for rotation with little drop in quality) or a curse (players get upset about drop in playing time, like Tevez), or somewhere in the middle?
If you were picking the squad for a winner-take-all game and had to choose the best possible team, with all players healthy and available, who do you pick?
Do you have a prediction for Sunday?