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Meanwhile, It's 34 Years And Counting

Meanwhile, It's 34 Years And Counting

Roberto Mancini promised that he would force us to take the banner down at Old Trafford, the banner which displays City's barren run. But United wouldn't have that and now, as we prepare to contest the Carling Cup final, it might be worth to remind Mancini and co. that pre-game gloating is hardly a wise thing...

Because, with their defeat at Stoke, it's now 34 years and counting - and it's especially sweet that we blocked their way in the Carling Cup. I hope they also enjoyed giving us the best possible favour, doing the double over Chelsea. Thanks for that, guys.

But don't forget: it's 34 years and counting.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Saturday February 27 2010
Time: 10:56PM

Comments

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what's the point of this article because no one gives a crap to be honest
arthur7171
28/02/2010 01:10:00
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SNide gloating is what we expect, snide gloating is what we get. Enjoy your tainted cup victory eh lads? Just like everything else about the rags it stinks to high heaven.
fifthcolumnblue
28/02/2010 19:31:00
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you win a cup and it's a morgue here, ah well no change there then,,,, enjoy it while it lasts, cos the end is coming..... and Taggart is not getting any younger is he? what is he now 70 or 80 now?
cityman51
28/02/2010 20:56:00
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Aww someone upset the poor sh***Y fans? How much money have you spent in the past two years again? Still not working out much for you huh? Well its ok, seeing as how we need the money, we'll offer you two community shields and a carling cup for 70 mil...?
ForeverUnited
01/03/2010 16:30:00
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They aint worthy of ANY silverware......
niteworlok
01/03/2010 21:42:00
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Your Carling Cup team second leg was more expensive than ours. Just because were not allowed ooooo.
Once a Blue
02/03/2010 16:59:00
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Every dog has his day, next season we shall see what City will do.
johnkelv
03/03/2010 07:39:00
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