how much do we wind other fans up?

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  1. manclad

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    City boys we are here,sh*g your women and drink yo
    Apart from the Cockney Rag twats at Wembley in 2011.
    Absolute scumbags that day,one and all.
    Fack off back to Manchester,you Manc cants. Wankers every last one of them.
     
  2. Gorton_Tubster

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    Says it all really.

    I like that the humility of the owner, manager, players is what the fans have. We've never had it so good and we know it. Makes us different to all other fans in that way, not that the media would ever highlight it.
     
  3. FrankSwift1

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    This Arsenal gif always gives me laugh.

    Which Palace Liverpool one? You got share it now you've mentioned it
     
  4. davymcfc

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    On social media we are basically mocked and scorned. Twitter and YouTube etc. this then translates to the general public so you get people who talk to you about city having no fans or plastic fans. In general we aren’t liked or respected due to a concerted effort and campaign by fans of the big clubs and the media. I’ve accepted that now and I just wind them up. No point trying to kick their arses to get affection. Never gonna happen. Just enjoy the football and the trophies
     
  5. RibboCop

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    My experiences are measured by clubs who are similar to us especially in fan base numbers and mentality e.g. Everton Villa WHU they wish it could be them one day but love the fact we have completely fucked up the so called top 4 to make a top 5 then 6 to accommodate the teams that are institutionally hated by supportersI.e, Rags spuds arsenal and Dippers and to a lesser degree Chelsea. The Sunderland reaction and then this season Everton taking City flags to last away game kind of proves this. On a slightly off topic note thought Tyler was mildly amusing tonight when he said at halftime he was asked by a Dutch media bloke why England fans were booing Dick Van Dyke and he told the bloke that he might be surprised to know that Liverpool are not as popular as people think
     
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  6. Onholiday(somemightsay)

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    Big shout out to @aguero93:20 as I am stealing his handy work.

    Any excuse to post (however I have probably cost myself a couple of hours of work)...... :-)
     
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  7. FCBarca

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    Pep is the draw for me but I have appreciated City's play since Yaya signed. The neutral, in general, enjoys the style of play.
     
  8. Nebuchadnezzar

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    The teeth always get me
     
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  9. SWPISHOME

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    Their is a number of clubs that really don't like us, That's all part and parcel of becoming successful. We're certainly not the most hated, The majority of the fans wanted us to win the title ahead of Liverpool.

    It's the media more than anything that don't like us at all and doing everything in their power to try and sabotage the club. We've done what nobody has ever done and won the domestic treble...You certainly wouldn't think we've done it because their isn't a word about it.
     
  10. MCFCTrick

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    When Chelsea got lucky, I was genuinely pleased for them, not least because a good mate is a lifelong fan, and in parallels to us then, had suffered in the shadows of near neighbours, had relegations etc.

    Plus it meant there was someone to challenge the rags supremacy of the time. I do recall thinking, 'I wish we could get so lucky', in an envious way, but certainly not overly jealous, and definitely not hatefully like some do us.
     

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