Hmm some of those are a bit biased I think but I would say but the biggest issue is how they come together. As I've said before City's front four in general is much more balanced than ours. Although they might play relatively central, the combination of pace, power and technique lets them mix it up. They swap positions, can do little give and go's, are comfortable being forced on their weaker foot etc. In contrast our front four just haven't clicked yet. We see flashes but nothing more. The wingers look to keep to their positions rigidly, they rarely look to come inside and mix it up and so our attack pretty much becomes get the ball wide and wait for the cross. When we do start mixing it up we look undoubtedly better. However poor the defensive play against Everton was, some of the attacks were great because we showed a lot more diversity in attack and for me that's something we need to work on next season and would go a long way to improving us. As we know there are other areas, particularly a strong partner for Carrick which will help us a lot and personally I think we need to really work on the attacking output of our fullbacks as we often don't get enough from them.