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More Bleating from Across the Neighbourhood!

They`re bleating already!

Not content with having the Premier League title in their hands to lose, our noisy-neighbours are now bleating about the choice of the referee for their fixture with Newcastle United this weekend.

Apparently, some sections of the City support are unhappy that the Premier League have appointed Howard Webb as the referee.

One person, the Secretary of the City Supporters Club, Kevin Parker, is in print in the tabloid press this morning, remarking,

"History tells us he has generally favoured United. City fans do feel that."

"We`ll just have to hope that isn`t reflected on Sunday as it is such a huge day for Manchester City."


Heaven knows what he`s on about!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 2 2012

Time: 4:47PM

Your Comments

They are buying Oh sorry fighting for their first title in a very,very,very,very long time,so they are so terrified that they feel everyone will try to be against them in order to see Utd win the title.I just hope that the city management and players concentrate on Mr.Webb as well instead of Newcastle!!!!!!!!!!!
Antriksh (abmtd)
not bothered who the referee is at St James's Park, as long as Webb is fair and makes honest decisions that is all that maters, i mean we wont have to worry about players going up to him and moanng about tackles do we?.... we may win the title and IFwe do it is Manure fans 2nd worse nightmare, the 1st is if Liverpool win it in the future, as that is your Derby, not US, as Slur Taggart has said in the past.....tick tock
cityman51
Yet again Man City are top story news on Vital U*d.
Bluedub
Remind me again who is meant to be the nosiy neighbours?
fifthcolumnblue
I know the game has taken place but I couldn't give a monkeys who is reffing matches. There have been some shocking decisions this season that have affected many clubs - not just City, hopefully officials will be more consistent next season.
kennyclementstache
 

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