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Bitters Graceless Even In Victory

Bitters Graceless Even In Victory

So how do the fans of a big club react when their team is 2-1 up in a cup semi-final? Well, this time we can only talk about how City fans reacted: they were as graceless and pathetic as ever.

As the game approached its conclusion, City fans tried to help their team not by cheering them on and singing but by not giving the ball back to our players at throw-ins and then one of their mindless idiots hurled a lighter at Patrice Evra - video replays clearly indicate that he was hit by the lighter that was thrown from the stands.

Will City get a punishment for it? Unlikely, if you consider how happy Mike Dean was to help them at every opportunity tonight. Don't think his paymasters will feel any differently.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Zae
Date:Tuesday January 19 2010
Time: 11:28PM

Comments

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Bitter? Yes YOU are...
eighthsin
19/01/2010 23:43:00
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who cares.....
fran merida
19/01/2010 23:58:00
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City bitter, just listen to yourself! And no mention of the objects thrown towards Tevez from your lot after he scored the penalty. The propaganda wing at Old Trafford is certainly in overdrive tonight.
Kevinho
20/01/2010 00:02:00
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I never thought people would be so passionate about the Carling Cup because that's all that is at stake and people need to remember that.
arthur7171
20/01/2010 00:21:00
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Threw a chair at the City fans and on the pitch well before this event. Barged down the barrier at the end of the game and attacked some kids. Back up your evidence and you might have a point. Unfortunately when you fail to acknowledge a football match you miss a lot. Coin thrown at Tevez at Old Toilet??? Pot Kettle
taggarts nose
20/01/2010 00:37:00
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You're right, in truth no one would really care if it wasnt city; if we dont win the league this year, I wont give a toss whether we got to the carling cup final or not. All I'm gonna say is it doesnt matter how much injury time we get next week, how many city penalties are waved away or if any of our goals are offside. Any dubious decisions that go in our favour at Old Trafford will be entirely justified.
tuscan3000
20/01/2010 00:39:00
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You forgot to talk about the childishness and stupidity of your team's beloved skipper Gary Neville to point the finger, and coin thrown at Tevez like taggarts nose mentioned above. Very clearly you are a "double standard" man.
windleaf
20/01/2010 01:46:00
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United were rubbish though. I don't support either team.
Lysimachus
20/01/2010 03:40:00
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We are in a pretty good position as I said before,we should win our game at Old Trafford and if we don't then we don't deserve to be in the final its as simple as that.I fancy a 3-1 in our favour.
Antriksh (abmtd)
20/01/2010 06:13:00
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Hopefully brown will take rafael's position on the right which will give valencia full freedom to bomb forward as I just felt that after the penalty was conceded,valencia's aim was to provide cover to rafael and not let him be exposed and as Tuscan said with a partner for Rooney,he will be doubly dangerous.
Antriksh (abmtd)
20/01/2010 06:21:00
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