Manchester City youngsters humiliate rivals Manchester United

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  1. Pedrothe exile

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  2. Rolee

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    It should've been 10
     
  3. aguero93:20

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    Not too quick on the draw, mate, as Senor aguero 93:20 subtly hints...

    But now you mention it, the rags should be scared. Very scared.
     
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    WE must have taken our own ref with MCFC glasses specially tinted. 'Cos we all know how MANUre bring on the kids!
     
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    It's important that we teach tem while they'll young so that they won't feel bad later after the first team beats United 11-0 away in the 2022/23 season.
     
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  8. royalblue

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    This made me chuckle. From Rag Café;

    GroteBergMan98 said:
    Not sure about the 13s and 14s but there are some factors which make me care even less about results like the U15s
    - U14 goalkeeper
    - No natural CB
    - Striker with Ireland
    - Greenwood got injured
    - Difference in philosophy

    The result is not great but I'm willing to bet that more players from our U15s will make the first team than players from that City team.

    Spenzo said:
    Reassuring to hear, I never get caught up in results below the Under 18s but I was surprised to hear about that result as I know the Under-15s are a highly rated group but when those factors are considered then it makes sense, especially not having a natural centre back.
     
  9. Blue Hefner

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    I suppose that depends on how shit their 1st team is in 5 years. The way they are going they will all be in the first team
     
  10. Mike N

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    Oh happy day!
     

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