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Old 07-08-2011, 15:27   #41
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ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha haaaaaaaaaaaa

A victory for football. At least there weren't many City fans there to see it
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Old 07-08-2011, 15:29   #42
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^ pretty pathetic really even by your normal standards
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Old 07-08-2011, 15:34   #44
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Victory for football? Don't talk drivel.
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Old 07-08-2011, 16:15   #45
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What's with DY's obsession with Man City anyway? Is he bitter and ****** because they've leap-frogged Spurs after they finally managed to achieve CL football from years of trying to buy their way into the top 4?
 
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Which back four are likely to start in the league, and which strikers? Presumably tevez wont or lolotelli, but would djeko and aguero both start? And kolorov or clichy? My fantasy football team needs to know
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Old 07-08-2011, 21:38   #47
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ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha haaaaaaaaaaaa

A victory for football. At least there weren't many City fans there to see it
The closet City fan strikes again
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Well not a lot you can say to that, we got well and truly beaten.

Ah well, on the up side. we still have Aguero to get on the pitch.
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Some great news is that Jo Hart has signed a 5 year deal with City. On offical website now
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Who's she?
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Well not a lot you can say to that, we got well and truly beaten.

Ah well, on the up side. we still have Aguero to get on the pitch.
Surprised that Aguero didn't get a run out yesterday given that each side could make 6 changes. Might have helped sharpen him up for the start of the season.
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Surprised that Aguero didn't get a run out yesterday given that each side could make 6 changes. Might have helped sharpen him up for the start of the season.
I was surprised too, I thought he would get 10-15 mins at the end of the match. especially when it looked like it was going to penalties.
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wouldn't that have been a little too adventurous for Mancini?
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Got to thinking about the game and thought what a fantastic day for the city of Manchester and it's surrounding areas. The worlds attention (footballing world) was looking at Manchester. I hope that this was the first final between the 2 Manchester clubs.

It would be fantastic for Manchester if the 2 clubs were playing each other in the Champions League final.

It makes me proud to be a Mancunian with 2 great clubs now leading the way and I hope we finish 1 & 2 (with City top of course) in the Premeir league.

This is the start of a great time for Manchester. It will bring in revenue and jobs galore to Manchester and it's time to buckle up and enjoy the ride for my hometown
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Got to thinking about the game and thought what a fantastic day for the city of Manchester and it's surrounding areas. The worlds attention (footballing world) was looking at Manchester. I hope that this was the first final between the 2 Manchester clubs.

It would be fantastic for Manchester if the 2 clubs were playing each other in the Champions League final.

It makes me proud to be a Mancunian with 2 great clubs now leading the way and I hope we finish 1 & 2 (with City top of course) in the Premeir league.

This is the start of a great time for Manchester. It will bring in revenue and jobs galore to Manchester and it's time to buckle up and enjoy the ride for my hometown
Think I'm going to vomit.
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The sad thing is that they have to over saccharine the pill to make it even remotely palatable. It's like dunking a turd into candyfloss before chomping it down with a **** eating grin on your face. Contemptible club.
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I must say that there were some great impressions of planes done by the City fans towards United fans yesterday. Class personified.
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The sad thing is that they have to over saccharine the pill to make it even remotely palatable. It's like dunking a turd into candyfloss before chomping it down with a **** eating grin on your face. Contemptible club.
I know that you don't like Manchester United but that could be taking things a bit far DY
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Got to thinking about the game and thought what a fantastic day for the city of Manchester and it's surrounding areas. The worlds attention (footballing world) was looking at Manchester. I hope that this was the first final between the 2 Manchester clubs.
Final

Has Wembley been relocated?
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