He was obviously fabulous at Dortmund, who tend to play a counter-attacking style, but I couldn't see how he was going to fit in with City's system, which is mostly countered by massed defences, so he will need to learn to operate in a lot less space.
Although he provided the assist for the opening goal, it didn't seem like he was on the pitch for most of the game.
Maybe he will face a steep learning curve, just like their previous marquee signing?
Glazers have put money in and Neville is full of shit.
As some Arsenal fan said he wasn't shy of throwing all their players under the bus last season. Young players trying to make their way.
Scott McTominnay came on the pitch yesterday, took a horrific touch (again) and booted someone up in the air and not a word said. Passed the ball to the advertising hoardings twice and not a single word said.
I was waiting for him to say something and he never did.