Artice by Elliot Dodd
The City full back who has come into tremendous form at late is out to get revenge on Wayne Rooney’s over head kick which won the match during the most recent derby.
Richards second half header secured a semi-final spot for city at Wembley, which will see the two teams compete to face either Stoke or Bolton in the Final.
Micah admitted city play too well against reading stating “We struggled to break them down” however he goes onto say “we showed great resilience to get through and that’s all that matters.”
As a response to the reports of an argument between Micah and manager Roberto Mancini following the defeat to Dynamo Kiev in the Europa League, he reveals that tempers flared after the match in Ukraine, but was pleased that city bounced back with a win against reading saying “we had just lost 2-0, so nobody was going to be happy. The main thing was we put it right today.”
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