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Anyone else enjoy that?

Anyone else enjoy that?

Anyone else sit watching events unfold at the Etihad Stadium with a grin on their faces?

Okay, it could have been better. Gallant Sunderland could have held on for all three points instead of being hit by a Maelstrom in the last few minutes, but wouldn`t you have jumped at the chance of City dropping two points at home this afternoon?

The result leaves us two points clear with a game in hand, if we win that game in hand - at Blackburn on Monday night, we`ll be five points clear and homing in fast on a 20th title.

Life seems so much grander this evening.

Thank you Sunderland!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday March 31 2012
Time: 7:29PM

Comments

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lol - you cheeky fockers!
merlin
31/03/2012 19:56:00
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Good result for United.... too bad we (Chelsea) are not in the race to make things complicated for you lot.
Blue in Colorado
31/03/2012 20:50:00
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It was beatiful, we could be five points clear by monday, and surely 5hitty will either loose og draw against Arsenenal.. They only got a point because Dzeko threw himself for a penalty. But Im loving it..
nordkap
01/04/2012 07:50:00
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I may hate man utd, but there's respect there. Fergie Is the real special one. I can't stand €ity more, so....the enemy of my enemy....and all that. Would love to see €ity finish empty handed.
Tottenham Hotcore
01/04/2012 09:38:00
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i haven't seen in a long time supporters leaving in the 80 minute even if they are fighting relegation , even longer if i think about teams fighting the title, the only thing that is clear here is that sh.i.tty supporters dont know much about football and they dont care bout a team. .......................i also hope *****ty stops this media campain next year, anybody can tell that those few supporters that go around all the forums backing up shi.t.ty are using 50 accounts each, oh and faggotelli needs his own league where he could take the freekicks and maybe the could be the goalkeeper at the same time
RedDevilKile
01/04/2012 10:18:00
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We've still got to play our games yet, so yeah whilst I'm happy they've dropped points I won't be getting too excited as we've got a bogey team in Blackburn next and anything can happen over the remainder of the season.
TheFamousNo7
01/04/2012 16:36:00
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didn't Blackburn beat you earlier this season?
merlin
01/04/2012 17:13:00
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Reddevilkile- re. supporters leaving early, there was a mass evacuation at OT when City scored their third in the Sick Swan, so don't talk bollox
Bluedub
02/04/2012 13:42:00
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