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United - Loving You Sunday Morning

Over at Eastlands, it`s not a very happy Sunday morning.

Having been beaten by Aston Villa, Roberto Mancini and his merry gang of expensively assembled vagabonds are coming to terms with the reality that the title is now more likely to be heading to our part of Manchester than theirs.

It`s enough to make any City die-hard choke on his Sunday breakfast especially with Brian Kidd admitting after the defeat at Villa Park,

"We knew the result of the United game before we kicked off but we can`t influence that."

"They are top and it`s theirs to lose now. It`s down to them, we can`t do anything about it."


Exactly, the cream always rises to the top!




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 23 2011

Time: 12:45PM

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But I thought the blue moon was rising? :P
TheFamousNo7
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23/01/2011 14:14:00

Obsessed! Funny thing is, your lot got battered at Villa and got off with a draw - we battered them (24 goal attempts, 13 corners) and lost to a true poacher's goal. Funny olde game eh? But wouldn't crow too much about yet another flat-track bully win over cowering opposition, there is still a long way to go. But hey, it's nice to see you're still worried enough about us to devote entire articles to the Blues. Mwah! XXX
fifthcolumnblue
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23/01/2011 21:22:00

P.S. Cream rises, but **** floats.
fifthcolumnblue
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23/01/2011 21:22:00

P.S. Cream rises, but **** floats, and the rags are certainly treading water at the moment.
fifthcolumnblue
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23/01/2011 21:23:00

I agree.Pointless article.No need.Points and titles speak louder than words!!! It could all come back to bite us!!!
java
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24/01/2011 09:26:00

Ah leave Red Boy alone, this is the only way he can get hits on this pathetic site.
Bluedub
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24/01/2011 11:32:00

 

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