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Onwards and Upwards

Four points clear of our noisy-neighbours means that the pressure is well and truly on the mob from the Etihad as we hit the final phase of the season.

This Wednesday, all United eyes will be cast towards the Etihad when our noisy-neighbours take on a rejuvenated Chelsea side who have won four on the bounce, in all competitions.

Sir Alex Ferguson, as you`d expect, has wasted no time in increasing the pressure on City with a mind game quote, remarking,

"Chelsea are back to form. It`s a really interesting, big game."

"The key thing was to do our job. Eventually the games will run out."


Indeed they will, as when you`re chasing those games soon diminish.

Returning to the 5-0 win yesterday, Sir Alex had four curt words t sum it up, commenting,

"It was nothing special."

A view shared by many who were a little surprised at how bad Wolves were. But as for Jonny Evans and his first ever United goal,

"He has waited 14 years for that.".

But then again, being churlish, my granny could have netted that one.

Onwards and upwards United, mind the gap City!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday March 19 2012
Time: 4:37PM

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LMAO .Pathetic, obsessed, classless club. let me get this straight, when we were on top all the pressure was on us, right? Now that we're in second all the pressure is on us, right? Do U*d fans, U*d players or the U*d press machine ever listen to themselves? Do they talk about anything else apart from City? It's funny really that they feel they have to indulge in these so called mind games, why is that? Do they not believe in themselves that they could do it without this bolloxology?
Bluedub
20/03/2012 09:59:00
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Nerves are apparantly getting to them, hahaha, keep it up.. Lose tonight and ouch...
nordkap
21/03/2012 07:26:00
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Nerves are getting to who Nordkap? They're obviously getting to U*d if they feel the need to constantly repeat this ***** over and over and over. The difference between me and you Nordkap is that I didn't attach myself to the club I support because I needed their success to fill a void in my life. I can handle defeat, I've seen decades of it and regardless of what happens this season I am extremely proud and happy to see City in the position they are now in. If worst comes to worst I know we will be back next season, bigger faster, stronger and hungrier.
Bluedub
21/03/2012 09:02:00
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Bluedub while you are dreaming, dont forget next season you will make a profit right.. hahaha.
nordkap
21/03/2012 12:34:00
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so 4 points is now down to 1, and City COULD be 2 in front on Saturday..... so what is this pressure 's on City you lot keep going on about? if anybody is feeling the pressure try looking in the Mirror...... it's going to boil down to Derby in April, and not before...
cityman51
22/03/2012 22:28:00
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