1884 or 1894 ?

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  1. Hamann Pineapple

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    <a class="postlink" href="http://purelymancity.blogspot.com/2013/03/new-evidence-reveals-1884-to-be-citys.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://purelymancity.blogspot.com/2013/ ... citys.html</a>?
     
  2. Lavinda Past

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    Like you really care where I am. Fuck you Kyle.
    Hang about, I'll go and get my time machine....





























    It was 1854
     
  3. Bob Hope

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    I thought we was formed in 1880 as St Marks West Gorton
     
  4. davymcfc

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    1894 is manchester city

    1880 was st marks I believe
     
  5. lancs blue

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    It's barm so STFU.
    The link in the blog seems to argue that Gorton FC wasn't a direct "descendant" of St. Mark's and so the timeline goes back to only 1884, no doubt Gary can give us the facts!
     
  6. RabidCity

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    I'm happy either way. The truth would be nice though!
     
  7. Martyn

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    Who cares? Its not like anything happened between then and now anyway cos we have no history.

    MCFC est 2008
     
  8. Exactly. What is this 1884 you all speak of?
     
  9. EricBrooksGhost

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    Well i was looking at my old 1895 programme and I think we should have a sense of perspective....
     
  10. Perspective? What does that get you? Only one thing for it, we must sack Edward Kitchen and get Chesters Brewery out of the club for good.
     

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