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  1. JULES

    JULES

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    if this has been posted before please delete;
    from ragcafe
    Not sure if has been posted yet but Hey Ho it made me chuckle!

    "So, for the 35th time in 37 seasons, city failed to win anything. However, that shouldn't put you off buying this dvd, blues!

    For just £12.95, you can reminisce at how this expensively assembled squad of mercenaries embarrassed English football in the Champions League for the second season running. Watch again as city somehow failed to amass one single victory, in a group which contained European powerhouses such as...erm...Ajax.

    There's also another opportunity to watch Aston Villa's reserves annihilate city's first team in the League Cup in front of over 25,000 empty seats at Eastlands. Never fear, the crowd that night did still exceed the 3,007 (including away fans) who turned up for a competitive game at Maine Road as recently as 1998. I'm sure you'll agree that that alone is a moral trophy in itself, eh!

    If that's not enough for you, you can again relieve how the Premier League's most expensive squad were comprehensively beaten by the likes of Sunderland, Southampton and Everton, and were inexplicably out of the title race by February! February! There are also extended highlights of the Manchester derby at Eastlands, where United played city off the park and beat them in the funniest way imaginable.

    Then, of course, we have the season's crowning glory. That's right, city's epic run to the FA Cup final. No 'luck of the draw' for the blues here. city had to overcome the giants of Watford, Leeds United and Barnsley (all at home), before facing a relegated Wigan Athletic team in the final. Alas, it proved to be one hurdle too many for the plucky blues, who were outplayed and beaten in the final by a side who cost less than Gareth Barry. Still, the defeat did spare city the embarrassment of hosting another parade and the prospect of no one turning up for the third year running. Every cloud, eh?!

    And there's more! Yep, just when you thought you couldn't take any more heartache and misery, on the same night that over 250,000 reds packed the streets of Manchester to celebrate Manchester's proper club lifting yet another trophy, the city hierarchy were sacking yet another manager! Yes, after having spent £300 million in just over three years and ending his final season without a trophy, Roberto the failure was finally sacked.

    Oh yes, it's all here, blues. So tear yourself away from your sister for a moment, comb that moustache, throw on your best Matalan polo shirt and get your copy ordered today!"
     
  2. mindmyp's_n_q's

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    That's pretty good for them to be honest. I might get a copy now :)
     
  3. LoveCity

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    It's from here: <a class="postlink" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/review/R1UP75ZPUROVML/ref=cm_cr_pr_cmt?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00CXOG8IO&linkCode=&nodeID=&tag=" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://www.amazon.co.uk/review/R1UP75ZP ... deID=&tag=</a>
     

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  4. Колобок

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    fucking tosser.
     
  5. They must be talking about the same poor Ajax side which won at the fortress that once was Old Trafford ....
     
  6. JULES

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    there are some funny posters on there, I liked this;


    I fear Liverpool for the coming season. If Daniel Sturridge hits the ground running he can be every bit as good a Robin van Persie; Jordan Henderson has matured into the Touresque midfield powerhouse we all knew he could be, Stewart Downing's assist-assist statistics are the best in world football and Pepe Reina will no doubt once again make those golden gloves his own. My only doubts come from the fact that Suarez won't be with them any more; without him in the side, where are all the megs going to come from? At the end of the day though, if you count every time Liverpool hit the post last season as a goal then they'd be Champions of Europe; you can't argue with that. Man for man they've probably got the best first eleven in the Premier League on paper, all they need is for their luck to change and they'll be in the title race no doubt; the corrupted FA can't hold them back forever, especially now mister ferguson has relinquished his ill-begotten stranglehold on the game. Next year is Liverpool's year and, I'm sorry, but Manchester United won't be able to do anything about it; we need to come to terms with this and we need to come to terms with it quickly.
     
  7. SWP's back

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    "bad" as last season was, it was still more successful that their one 12 months previous.
     
  8. He must have missed the second half where City were much the better side , until an extremely fortunate late free kick fluked the game for them.

    And he's also managed to 'forget' his sides mauling in the Old Trafford derby , when his team struggled to even get hold of the ball !

    He's also conveniently added one nought too many on his teams parade attendance too ...

    Some bad memories amongst these rags !
     
  9. gordondaviesmoustache

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    It is quite amusing and also serves to confirm that many of their supporters think of little else other than City.
     
  10. Bill

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