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An On Form City

The tabloid press is making a right song and dance about our noisy-neighbours home form.

It seems to be that the tabloid press are quite proud of the fact that City have scored in each of their last 29 Premier League games and that they are unbeaten in 27 Premier League home games since Everton returned to Goodison Park with all three points in December 2010.

Pretty impress on the surface until you recall that we took them apart in an FA Cup tie there earlier this year!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday April 30 2012
Time: 4:35PM

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LOL! Took us apart? We were on the front foot until the wrongful dismissal of Kompany allowed you into the game. We then had you sh**ting bricks when we got it back to 3-2. Try playing us without any help from the officials and see where it gets you.
fifthcolumnblue
30/04/2012 17:03:00
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lol - fair play to u lot tonight you beat us - but not by the margin you lot reckoned at home.........
Up the Toon!
niteworlok
30/04/2012 22:11:00
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Your lot were poor, you got after us but didn't hurt us once. The baton is in the process of being passed over, your living on a Blue planet now guys, better get used to it.
kennyclementstache
30/04/2012 22:40:00
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Not even a highlight of the game for us because we couldn't even muster a shot on target. We were poor and there's only a couple of occasions this season where we've played worse than that. Fergie behaviour was appalling and childish and quite embarrassing to watch. Tactically Fergie got it wrong, there was a real lack of ambition and it's a sad thought to think we played for the draw rather than going for a win. Park and Giggs inclusion baffled me, Park has been poor and non-existent this season when played so why throw him into a high pressure scenario lack that with no form behind him whilst Giggs just looked tired. His failure to take them off earlier was frustrating also, Giggs was really struggling to move. Fair play to City, they outplayed us and got what they deserved, no we've got to rely on others to do the job for us, which *****s me off more than anything. The squads well at risk of having egg on their face is we lose it this season after surrendering an 8 point lead due to complacency.
TheFamousNo7
01/05/2012 07:23:00
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