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City Legends Debate Show *Video*

City Legends Debate Show *Video*

Hosted by Jimmy Wagg, this is the show for City fans who want to hear what the legends think about life in the Blue half of Manchester.

This weeks guests - Fred Eyre and Manchester Evening News correspondent Chris Bailey discuss the Carling Cup and Sunday's Premier League defeat, and much more.

The show lasts 24 minutes and is courtesy of Channel M.





Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday October 2 2008
Time: 12:40PM

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good stuff......
lincolnblue
02/10/2008 13:12:00
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Bailey is right, any of our teams should have been good enough to win that match at Brighton. The youth team would have shown more enthuiasm.I again agree with Fred Eyre that it was an old fashioned game and we weren't upto the physical bit. We don't have that tough guy in the middle, like Gattuso.Fred Eyre talks sense.I think Jimmy Wragg has been on our forum, all the points we have put forward recently, he has brought up in this programme.Have you bought your T towel yet?
Buzz Lightyear
02/10/2008 14:17:00
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Spot on Fred, re Robinho. Hard working team player.
Johnny Baguette
02/10/2008 14:41:00
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You know, the amount of coverage City are getting is exponentially more than in previous seasons. This I thought was one of the better shows. Chris and Fred have massive knowledge and insight about City. A lot more than Andy Hinchcliffe, for instance. I'm sure Hinch is a closet Red -- or is that being Manureophobic?
Sindbad
02/10/2008 19:07:00
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no....its being a City fan !! :o)
lincolnblue
03/10/2008 19:44:00
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