Richard Dunne

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  1. IOWBlue

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    oooops, didnt spot that bit Mini. . Oh well, he's had chance to reconsider since then.
     
  2. SWPISHOME

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    One game that always stands out with Dunney for me is a game at the Etihad against Liverpool it was 0-0, Dunne was absolutely sensational that day against Torres didnt give him a kick of the ball. Few occasions you'd think Torres was away from him through on goal but Dunne had a burst of pace to get back and get him. Incredible display but he had games like that in his locker big time.
     
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  3. manimanc

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    Mini? Xtra long if you don't mind.
     
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  4. Churchlawtonblue

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    Haha very good, that went right over many heads.
     
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  5. Vienna_70

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    I think many of our younger contributors will struggle with that one.
     
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  6. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    Not me. He was quality even after we'd battered Bolton and then he decided he'd try his hand at basketball! I would have loved to have Dave Ewing partnering Dickie Dunne - two colossuses, or are they colossi?
     
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  7. ancoats

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    wow 2009 and come 2020 this pops ups again hahaha

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    that kits is still the best
     
  8. manclad

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    I started a similar post back in 2008 with the title -
    "Richard Dunn got absolutely battered by Joe Bugner".(When Dunney Monster was still a City player). That caused quite a stir of interest at the time I can tell you.
     
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  9. Man_City_Loyal

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    alongside Mr Weaver and Mr Morrison is Dunney in my City hero list.
     
  10. peoffrey

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    I became a fan in the mid-90’s so I’d say Flitcroft, Brown, Goater and then Dunne were my favourite players.

    It doesn’t matter that they’re not the most skilful or talented. Anelka was a top class striker but I never warmed to the man.
     
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