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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by mat, 14 Jul 2017.
Rio said City must have been hard for him
Banned by Collymore what's he saying
If Lukaku gets injured they've had it but the man has an unbelievable appearances record. Does he ever get injured? I think Utd have improved on last season but I'd put Chelsea way above them because they've got the solidity that Utd have, but also have players like Willian, Hazard and Morata who are far better than anything Utd have going forward.
The pundits were classing Utd as a side who will play attacking football but might be a bit shakey at the back, as if they are somehow a similar outfit to us.
There's been far better ex Liverpool players than Collymore(is it true he himself was bought for an English record fee at the time?), why is he the most bitter conceited one of them all? He seems to have it in especially for us.
The PL became about who has the money to compete as soon as the TV money(Sky and the like) came into it and they all had investment too before then.
If all their trophies came from teams of players they developed themselves, rather than poaching the best players you could maybe understand the inflated sense of righteousness Liverpool and the like have but we all know it's bullshit. We had investment, we are now in profit, earning what we spend, so are Chelsea and bitter little mugs like him can't hack it.
Who does he even work for these days? Can we make an example of him and give him a stadium ban?... would love to see his twitter meltdown after it. Maybe don't even tell him until he tries to enter too so we can catch it on social media videos, complete with banter from our fans.
Clearly Mr.Gale is full of hot air!
Just reading The Times online
Spurs - 10 pages
Dippers - 11 pages
City - 4 pages
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This is the BBC's front page on the iPhone. I can't even find anything about us!
Could it be the fact that it was a masterclass of football by City, with no fuss or controversy involved that resulted in such sparse media coverage?
Incidentally, more power to BT/ESPN. I am sure that in the coming years that they will have much to celebrate by being on side with the team of the present, and not the ghosts of Christmas past....