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Eleven Questions

Eleven Questions

Less than 24 hours ago, Vital Manchester City posted eleven questions in the hope that a few City fans would respond. At the time, I promised I would individually publish everyone's replies, however...

I am pleased to say that the response has been far better than I originally expected, therefore I have had to resort to plan B, as you will see.

How old were you when you watched your first Man City match?
Ant-emilydesign - 13

bobbard98 - 18

Dunne deal - 5

Robertsy - 7


Who were the opposition and what was the year?

Ant-emilydesign - Man City 2 - 0 Blackburn - Oct 24, 1999

bobbard98 - 1997 Norwich (A)

Dunne deal - Wimbledon 1992

Robertsy - Arsenal. Two carbon copy Tommy Caton headers won us the game! I think 1980


What is you all time favourite game involving Manchester City?

Ant-emilydesign - Blackburn 1 - 4 Man City - May 7, 2000

bobbard98 - Playoff final with Gillingham still makes me nervous everytime I watch it

Dunne deal - playoff final in division 2 losing 2-0 caught up went into penalties and Mick weaver saved us

Robertsy - City 3 Utd 1 (Goater's century of goals)


Who is your favourite all time player?

Ant-emilydesign - The Goat

bobbard98 - Colin Bell

Dunne deal - Georgi Kinklanze

Robertsy - Uwe Rosler


Who is your current favourite player?

Ant-emilydesign - M. Petrov

bobbard98 - Close call between Corluka and Petrov, probably Vedrun Corluka just snatches it for me

Dunne deal - I am sorry but is Richard Dunne

Robertsy - Martin Petrov


On average, how many home games do you go to every season?

Ant-emilydesign - 2

bobbard98 - None as I'm in another country, but a lot get televised so could say 16 or 17

Dunne deal - Depending on when I get over but 2-3

Robertsy - Live in Cincinnati USA so none unfortunately!


On average, how many away games do you go to every season?

Ant-emilydesign - 1

bobbard98 - Same as above

Dunne deal - 1-2

Robertsy - See above


Thaksin Shinawatra - Yes or no?

Ant-emilydesign - Yes

bobbard98 - Depends what happens with the current events in Thailand

Dunne deal - Yes or no! Sometimes yes sometimes no

Robertsy - Yes!


Is Mark Hughes up to the job?

Ant-emilydesign - Yes

bobbard98 - Yes. Strong manager knows how to get his teams to be tight at the back and strong upfront. Not a yes man and definitely not Frank's lapdog!

Dunne deal - Definitely

Robertsy - Yes!


Realistically, how far you do you think City will go in the UEFA Cup?

Ant-emilydesign - Semi-final

bobbard98 - Could go all the way to the final, especially with all the names linked with us but time will tell

Dunne deal - Semis

Robertsy - Through the group stage would be tremendous


Yes or no - Do you believe City will finish in this seasons top four?

Ant-emilydesign - No

bobbard98 - Probably not but I think the cup runs we go on will be more than enough. Who knows we may even get to keep one this time.

Dunne deal - At the moment no but have to wait and see

Robertsy - No


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Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday June 23 2008
Time: 6:05PM

Comments

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Doesn't make sense :s
Just-an-Ipswich-fan
25/06/2008 10:39:00
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It does if you read it properly. We have 12 questions running on the Lincoln Vital and it has proved very successful. Good work Tudor.
Dean1
25/06/2008 20:58:00
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