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The Tide is Turning!

The Tide is Turning!

How I enjoyed last night!

Sat watching the lads on Gillette Soccer Special, on Sky Sports, feeding me the information from the Premier League fixtures that were taking place, I must admit I chuckled a bit about City`s failure to score.

Queens Park Rangers resilience in defence ensured that the current Champions (written through gritted teeth), are in severe danger of falling further behind us in the title race, if we can beat Southampton, at Old Trafford, tonight.

Furthermore, our noisy-neighbours have had to say cheerio their talisman striker, Mario Balotelli.

Is the cash-laden empire about to crumble?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday January 30 2013
Time: 4:49PM

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Lets not count our chickens before they hatch. There's still a long way to go and we don't know whether the team will get complacent like they did last season. Balotelli is hardly their talisman and they're most probably better off now that Mancinis love child is gone. The guys a joke and I don't want to hear him compared to Rooney ever again, they're planets apart, one plays for the team and gives his all every game whilst the other is an arrogant ego-maniac despite not doing anything to warrant either traits. Could've swore blind I said he was using city as a stepping stone to Milan but I had it on good authority that I was wrong :P
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30/01/2013 17:13:00
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