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Man City Fans Want A Return For Richard Dunne After Otamendi's Performance Vs Monaco

Man City Fans Want A Return For Richard Dunne After Otamendi's Performance Vs Monaco
By Mikey Traynor Updated
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As the second hald of Manchester City vs AS Monaco was about to kick off with the leaders of Ligue 1 sitting on a 2-1 lead and two vital away goals, Richard Dunne expressed his sympathy for John Stones as the Englishman has to play alongside the hapless Argentinian Nicolas Otamendi.

Otamendi is a liability.

You have to feel for John Stones because he's playing alongside someone he can't trust.

The fact that John Stones would go on to be well and truly bullied for Monaco's third goal did not aid his argument, which in itself saw a bit of backlash on social media as many wondered how the English defender could be defended, but there was something else on the minds of many Man City fans.

Otamendi's performance was so haphazard that there were calls for big Richard Dunne to polish-up the boots and get back on the pitch.

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We're all for it.

Unfortunately, along with the calls for a return to his playing days, many couldn't let Dunne's sympathy for Stones pass without taking a dig.

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The timing wasn't great in fairness.

While the possibility of Dunne coming out of retirement may be a non-runner, it's clear that City are going to have to completely overhaul their defense if they want to compete on the highest stage.

As for the big man's punditry, he's still finding his feet, so we'll let him off having a young defender's back considering how much stick he got early on in his career.

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