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Wally Under The Brolly Warns City

Wally Under The Brolly Warns City

Steve McClaren, ex England boss and now manager of Dutch side FC Twente says he's looking forward to his side meeting with Manchester City in the UEFA Cup.

'It's a fantastic draw for the fans, for the club and for the players,' he said.

'It's one of the toughest draws, but we've got a great draw and it's very exciting.'



Speaking about facing Mark Hughes' men, he added...

'I've just come back to England to catch up on football here, and the signings Man City have made are massive and they are expected to do very well. It should be a fantastic occasion for us but I am confident of getting the right result.'

City face FC Twente at the City of Manchester Stadium, Thursday 6 November, kick off 7:45pm.



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Writer:Tudor
Date:Friday October 10 2008
Time: 6:02PM

Comments

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Steve McClueless in full effect.
Johnny Baguette
10/10/2008 18:36:00
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LOL, I think you have it spot on Johnny Baguette.
Tudor
10/10/2008 18:46:00
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LOL cant wait for this game! SAMBAAAAA TIMEEEEEEEE
ArabianKnight
10/10/2008 18:55:00
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you should have no problem beating them chaps!
merlin
10/10/2008 19:27:00
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I'm confident he'll be going back to Holland with his tail between his legs. Think he's been smoking too many of them special Dutch cigarettes!!
oliverblue
10/10/2008 19:48:00
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You'll remember this, McClueless. The day you remembered who actually owns football in Manchester!
Sindbad
10/10/2008 20:02:00
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Twente 0 ......mmmm I wonder
lincolnblue
11/10/2008 08:08:00
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McClaren was born a wally, all he needed was the brolly and bingo, a match made in heaven!
Tudor
11/10/2008 12:28:00
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