Phil Neville on Sky Sports

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  1. mayo31

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    We watched that game in a pub about 12 miles from wolves on our way. When they went 4-2 up the tv inside the pub was immediately turned off.

    The pub had a smoking area with a tv. Loads stayed there and went mental when neverton equalised. Tv soon turned back on inside

    Journey to wolves ground we was buzzing as we knew it was ours to get then.
     
  2. Newtoncc

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    I was driving around Cheshire trying to avoid game and told my daughter not to tell me score as she was getting texts from her friends i went to put petrol in and the guy had radio on just as United made it 4-2! I told her and said oh well, a little later she said "Dad do you want to know the score? " given i was expecting to be 5 or 6 -2 i said yes and of course and, to my delight, it as 4-4 and all over.
     
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    I watched this game in Hope with 2 other Blues, all of us recovering after brain surgery, all crowded around an i pad (Sky Go) along with 2 City supporting nurses.

    The mood we were in after seeing Everton come back to draw and then watching City beat Wolves, was nothing short of euphoric,despite the fact we were supposed to be trying to keep ourselves as calm as possible whilst we were recovering.

    As an aside, the ward Sister walked passed at some point and uttered the priceless phrase "good God, it's like a scene from One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest"...made us all laugh.

    To say the day's events cheered us up is probably the understatement of the century!
     
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    All of you ? What was it ? Some sort of Groupon deal ?
     
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    Me and my wife were also in a bozzer in wolves and I couldn’t help but cheer when Everton got to 4-4. Luckily the bozzer we were in had wolves supporters of a decent nature in it and there were no crews or fights on the tops of any hills. Great day out all the same.
     
  6. kippax81

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    haha. very good.
     
  7. canyerdogputoutafire

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    That just made me laugh, ace.
     
  8. steve peel

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    Sorry to say you are wrong about what happened after the game !
    Allan Harper thread 22 April 2012 will confirm I Don't Fucking Lie !!!!!!
     
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  9. happychappy

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    Watched it in the walkabout bar in wolves centre, the staff had no control over the tv's so we had to suffer it while Utd were winning, the place went absolutely mental at 4-4, one of the highlights of the season
     
  10. 117 M34

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    I was just thinking the other day about the united averting game.
    We were in the car on the way to wolves and had it in the radio.
    Switched it off when united went 3-1 up. Checked again about 15 minutes later and it was 4-2 so switched off again.
    On about 88 minutes I got my mate to check the score in his phone - nobody believed him when he said it was 4-4.
    We pulled over on a big dual carriageway on the way to the ground and listened to the last few minutes.
    The other people driving down the road must have thought we were mad when we running up and down the road celebrating at full time.
     

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