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Remember the Gloating

Remember the Gloating

The dramatic way in which, for one moment, we were looking at a record 20th top flight title, and then, seconds later, wondering how it had all slipped away from us, continues to be a haunting experience.

Anybody who was there will remember the scenes of joy turning to anguish and then having to stand by as the home support in the Stadium of Light mocked our predicament, could be scarred for life.

Today, in one of the leading red-tops, Wayne Rooney has a few comments printed that infer that Sunderland (a) could be an interesting fixture next season with Wayne commenting,

"When the final whistle went, we really didn`t know what the score at City was. But then we heard the Sunderland fans cheering."

"It was sad to see that because they should be supporting their own team really."

"They didn`t have the best of seasons so for them to be cheering like that was sad."

"It was something myself and a lot of the players won`t forget."

Revenge is a dish best served cold springs to mind!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Thursday May 24 2012
Time: 4:47PM


The experts in gloating accuse the Sunderland fans of overdoing it - priceless!
25/05/2012 00:16:00
Couldnt have put it better myself, fcb!
26/05/2012 07:34:00
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