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United - And Edin Dzeko Is?

Back two, maybe three decades ago, I used to have a couple of singles by the band Radio Stars.

One of these carried the wonderful lyrics of:-

"There are no Russians in Russia.
There are no Chinese in China"


It was a catchy little ditty but perhaps there was a line or two missing, perhaps the esteemed Radio Stars should have entered a line which read

"There are no United in Manchester."

Because that seems to be the misplaced conception of the latest waste of a huge sum of money our neighbours have spent their cash on, Edin Dzeko, who has told the media,

"Manchester support City and from other cities it is more for United."

What a 27 million muppet!


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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 12 2011

Time: 7:27PM

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He's the guy that scored at Owed Trafford against you bitter lot last year
thecamelsfoot
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12/01/2011 19:58:00

Yea and who ultimately won that fixture ... thats what i thought. If City wanted a stupid comment generator, I would work for a lot less then again their fans do it for free; "the blue moon is rising" lmao.
TheFamousNo7
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12/01/2011 20:25:00

Another nail in the heart you red wallies. At least we're not fishing in the 8million and Michael Owen pond. You know it is happening
pedmachine
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12/01/2011 20:54:00

Amazing how tetchy you lot have become nowadays - one little throw away comment and every rag from Southend to Singapore is up in arms about it. Love it!
fifthcolumnblue
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12/01/2011 21:36:00

Where did you get that quote from Red Boy? That's the first I've seen or heard that. Was this from the presser that was on Sky the other day? As far as I could tell he didn't mention Utd at all.
Bluedub
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13/01/2011 09:42:00

HAHAHA even if he did, who cares, the bitters are a joke, they wont win anything. Anyways cant wait for him to come out and say that he wants to leave the bitters, and join the rest of the queue who cant wait to publicly express their dissatisfaction with Circus City. Dont hold your breath, the latest bitter pantomime will air very soon.. Cant wait..
nordkap
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13/01/2011 10:06:00

Rooney
Bluedub
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13/01/2011 10:09:00

Qothe nordkrap, the local red. LMAO.
fifthcolumnblue
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13/01/2011 13:44:00

Still wondering where you got that quote RD, if you'd be so kind.
Bluedub
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13/01/2011 17:02:00

I thought the laughable comment of Dzeko was: "City are playing for first place in the Premier League", yea like they did against us and Arsenal.
TheFamousNo7
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13/01/2011 19:18:00

Softly softly catchy monkey famous - and your monkeys are looking pretty old and out of breath.
fifthcolumnblue
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13/01/2011 19:26:00

So do you find Giggs assertion that City are title challengers equally laughable Famous?
Bluedub
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14/01/2011 11:16:00

Pretty much Bluedub. Once Chelsea find form, which they inevitably will, they will rise above you. Arsenal having a game in hand already are looking strong about going above you and i'm sure the smaller games that come by which you draw Arsenal will win in which will outweigh the big games you win in which they draw. You and Tottenham to challenge for 4th, which i predict you will end up beating them to. Then next season after losing loads of personel and under the great expectation of the CL and PL you will collapse, players will be tired, games will be frustrating (teams locking up against you like you do to them), lack of back-up to fill the tired and frustrated players, etc, etc... Oh and Balotelli leaving to AC Milan (I honestly believe you're just a stepping stone on his way to AC Milan) and Tevez leaving due to whatever reason he spontaniously comes up with e.g. 'lack of respect', 'playing too much', paternal instict and blah.
TheFamousNo7
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14/01/2011 15:49:00

you really are deluded. Look at the progress City have made the last couple of years, things are improving for City all the time, we're only going to get better. The smaller teams in the main already do shut up shop against us yet we have shown that we can cope with that, possibly even better now with the arrival of a proper no.9 in Dzeko. Balotelli may well end up at Milan at some stage but I guarantee it won't be next season, look for quotes recently from himself and his agent, he's going nowhere anytime soon.
Bluedub
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14/01/2011 16:26:00

Ah wishful thinking seems to have become a very popular passtime amongst our red chum(p)s. Your obsession with all things City just shows how worried about us you have now become.
fifthcolumnblue
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14/01/2011 17:25:00

Trust me when I say i'm not worried fcb, the irony that you say we are obsessed with all things City when you post more on VMU than we do VMC. How many of your articles contain the words "rags" or "the swamp" in them. Hard to believe you call us deluded.
TheFamousNo7
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14/01/2011 21:15:00

so Chelsea will come good and i agree, and it may turn out to be against you lot as it is 1 of your games in hand is it not? so the laed at the moment is what equal points but an improved goal diferance...... admit it your team is not that good.... and in decline,
cityman51
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17/01/2011 22:39:00

 

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