Manchester City are in the difficult period following the failure in two competitions and the absence of a number of players due to suspension. However, Micah Richards confirmed that his team will soon rise.
In January, a month is less friendly for The Citizens. They must be eliminated from the two competitions at once in a month.
Beginning with a 2-3 defeat of Manchester United who made them up out of the FA Cup draw with Liverpool a 2-3 aggregate defeat them and failed to step into the League Cup final.
Not only that, some City players should also be absent because the punishment ban. After Vincent Kompany, now turn to Mario Balotelli who was sentenced to four matches.
Despite facing a difficult situation, Richards confirmed that his team will remain strong. With the return after suspension Kompany, Richards hoping City can win when they travel to the headquarters of Everton on Monday (1/31/2012), to maintain excellence at the top.
“Mario was being punished but we now we have been able injection spirit with the return of Vinny,” he told Sky Sports.
“There are other things that also happen but we will remain strong and we will look next game, namely Everton.”
“We will go there and try to pluck victory,” he said.