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State Of Emergency

Manchester City Football Club is in crisis. A crisis few of us could have believed remotely possible 3 months ago...

It's impossible to find the words to explain away an 8-1 drubbing to any side at this level. To his credit Sven Goran Eriksson has faced the music, but his players, who showed a frightening ability to throw in the towel before at Chelsea let him down appallingly today. Over half of them must never wear the shirt again.

One thing is for sure. Few Premier League managers would hold on to their jobs after a result like today's, whatever the divisive, destabilsing, demoralising atmosphere that has been allowed to persist unchecked at the club.

We understand at Vital MCFC that the Fair Play European place could also have gone following Richard Dunne and the relentlessly awful Sun Jihai's cautions. Fulham did not pick up a booking at Pompey.

Brace yourselves, Blues. There have been some bad days in our history but we have seen them through. All hell could break loose in the next few hours and days. We are going to need every ounce of that MCFC resilience to see this through.

Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Sunday May 11 2008
Time: 6:50PM

Comments

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what happened lads - 8 goals shipped at Middlesbrough - wow!
merlin
11/05/2008 18:53:00
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Carnage.
Johnny Baguette
11/05/2008 19:01:00
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Jb we were 8 points ahead of Fulham, in this league, fulham which shows 36 games played, Fulham had 2 players booked at their last match and we had none. it is still in the balance
Buzz Lightyear
11/05/2008 19:02:00
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Stay tuned guys and gals. Once UEFA publish their final standings re the Fair Play' award we'll be one of the first (hopefully) to let everyone know if City actually quailfy for next seaons UEFA Cup competition.
Tudor
11/05/2008 19:02:00
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There are also points for positive play, I personally think Fulham have got it and we once again have blown it against Boro. This is twice we have missed out playing them.
Buzz Lightyear
11/05/2008 19:06:00
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Tudor where do they publish them, they will have to wait for the refs report
Buzz Lightyear
11/05/2008 19:07:00
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Red cards are 3 points and a yellow is one, but i can.t tell how they mark the rest. we may have had a good marks from the Liverpool game and may have been farther infront of Fulham for them to catch us. but 8-1,IF this was the players show of strength for Sven god knows what the score would have been if the players had been against him.
Buzz Lightyear
11/05/2008 19:12:00
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For starteres keep an eye on www.uefa.com - newsnow, google news or yahoo.
Tudor
11/05/2008 19:13:00
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I would have to say I am speechless, but I am more worried about the fair play league than how many goals we lost by.
Buzz Lightyear
11/05/2008 19:13:00
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Tudor
11/05/2008 19:18:00
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