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United - Can We Laugh at City Now?

I didn`t want to sleep last night, I wanted to lie there and enjoy the moment!

Reclined in my favourite armchair last night, how I roared when Peter Crouch bundled the winning goal for Spurs over the line.

To witness the City dream of Champions League football disappear sure satisfied my desire.

All this talk of signing superstars to advance their claim on football domination derailed by a team from chav-land!

One sweet, sweet moment!

I know I risk getting all this thrown back in my face when the Cockneys walk off with our title on Sunday but live for the moment I say, and last night was one hell of a moment!

It was almost the funniest thing I`ve witnessed this year!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 6 2010

Time: 4:47PM

Your Comments

I don't want to afford them the recognition, failure or success, I don't give a rat's ass what they do, as long as we give them a hiding of course!
elvido
Im not laughing too hard, because even a blind man can see this is just a temporary set back for them. Also, chelsea winning the league is no sort of comeback because its not like they took it from us easily. With 37 games gone we still have a slim chance of winning 4 in row - no shame in that.
tuscan3000
I agree with Tuscan.
Antriksh (abmtd)
should City have kept Sparky? What's a United opinion on that?
Al Billy
possibly, but who knows, as for delaying the inevitable, it's still great to see the train derailed :-)
Red Boy
Do you silly Man. Utd. people realise by winning yesterday Spurs have saved the Premier League from total meltdown. If Man. City had won yesterday they would not have been stopped, I am talking about Messi, Torres and even Rooney!!! Money talks and no club in the world can compare to them, yes yesterdays result was a good result for Spurs but also for football in England. If you people cannot see that then 60,000 muppets is very true!!!!!!
Ox Yid
lmao ox, money talk? tell ur mom and sis that i have a few bux for them
RedDevilKile
something bout berba , everytime he is in the field you can tell his apathetic game rubs in the others , he just create problems by asking the team to play his game , this is man utd not berbaflop united
RedDevilKile
LOL @ Ox, you're *****ting us right?!!! You just came fourth, you're no messiahs!!!
elvido
City dont cease to exist just because spurs beat them to 4th. They have the cash to improve again this summer and will probably just qualify next season. As for messi and rooney going to city - NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN. Only torres is a vague possibility and I would still bet that torres wouldnt want to go.
tuscan3000
 

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