‘Forget It Happened’: Three things we learned – Brisbane vs City

Patrick Kisnorbo named a heavily rotated lineup to face Brisbane Roar away from home last night… and it all went downhill from there.

We hardly even want to recap the game, with three of the cheapest goals you’re likely to see – including two penalties – finding the back of City’s net without reply.

Here’s what we’ve taken away from the 3-0 loss:

@wisemansports (Photo from City 3-2 Brisbane @ AAMI)

Georgievski might be one of our worst bits of transfer business in recent times

Brought to City as Nathaniel Atkinson’s injury-replacement, Georgievski had a shocker last night, giving a penalty away in the first five minutes, and fortunate not to have given another away before half-time.

The fullback’s passing radar seemed to be entirely off, with the exception of one brilliant line-breaking ball for Galloway late in the first half, with countless passes either missing the mark or forcing his teammates into compromising situations.

Though he played the full 90 last night, Georgievski is quite clearly the fourth-choice fullback – the position he was signed to play in – and based on the sample size we’ve been given, is also far from convincing as a centre-back.