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The Never Ending Story

The Never Ending Story

Welcome to Vital Manchester City's attempt to write and publish our very own 'Never Ending Story'.

The theme will be based around the life and times of being a Manchester City fan; however, the difference here is you will be responsible for the story development.

I will begin here, and then all you have to do is add the next paragraph....like so).

As I say, I don't care how the story develops, so long as it's kept in good taste and you have a weird imagination!

Go on, have a go?

Have fun!





Writer:Tudor
Date:Tuesday June 10 2008
Time: 9:15PM

Comments

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Vital Fantastica isn't it?
k_chelski
11/06/2008 02:25:00
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SEEING AS IT'S A FAIRY STORY, HOW ABOUT - ONE DAY WE WON A TROPHY!
merlin
11/06/2008 06:41:00
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I just wondered (after reading an artickle on Sky Sports) that all of a sudden competition is bad for English football, its Ok when the so called big four win everything, but not so good when Villa, Portsmouth, City and West Ham, get someone to put money into a club. To make things equal, make a ceiling for transfers and wages that all the premier clubs can afford, then you will get a fairer system and an exodus of players to somewhere who will pay over the top for their services, including British players. http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11679_3674949,00.html
Buzz Lightyear
11/06/2008 07:11:00
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Spot on Buzz. England's abject failure to qualify for Euro 2008 should have precipitated a major revue of the national game by the FA. Instead, they just threw more money at it, employing a foreign coach who couldn't speak English for a massive salary. England couldn't live with the likes of Spain and Holland right now and until the game is overhauled, will win nothing.
Johnny Baguette
11/06/2008 11:07:00
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do you no what BL that is so right my dad continuesly gives me death cos we got taking over but he is a chelsea fan and he still continues on and on gets very fustrating
dunne deal
11/06/2008 16:18:00
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I reallky do hope that we don't sign Goofy, That would enable Dr T. to buy us more quality players, don't know anythinf about JO, but have heard that AC Milan are trying to get him aswell. If I was Sparky I would not be happy by having players bought for me that were not my choice. They may not suit his style of play.
Buzz Lightyear
12/06/2008 06:42:00
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Go for Berbatov and break the bank to do it.
Johnny Baguette
12/06/2008 08:44:00
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Everyone said Chelsea would hit the buffers if their sugar daddy did one,but it looks like he may stick it out a bit longer.But as for your clown,I bet at the end of this season he stops banging money into a two bit club and £ucks off back to Thailand.
SweetLeftFoot
12/06/2008 14:42:00
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the trouble with billionaires they dont become clowns overnight and they know how to make money.
Buzz Lightyear
12/06/2008 15:06:00
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we will see.not one clue about football and he's trying to run your team.lets see what happens.
SweetLeftFoot
12/06/2008 15:13:00
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