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Newcastle United v Man City Countdown

With the international break well upon us, Manchester City fans are eager to put last weeks defeat against Liverpool well and truly behind us. But what about our next fixture?

Blues have to wait until Monday 20 October until our next match when, Manchester City travel to the North East to face Kevin Keegan's (oops, he's gone hasn't he) Newcastle United.

Fans unable to travel to St James' Park can always watch the game live on Setanta Sports. Nevertheless, with over a week to go, what are you planning to do with your spare time?



You could always sit and stare at the countdown counter, or...

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The journalist

Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 11 2008

Time: 10:15AM

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isnt that countdown thingy going slowly..........
lincolnblue
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11/10/2008 10:19:00

It's like pulling teeth. Blimey i think i'll go and watch the webcam, far more interesting don't you think?
Tudor
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11/10/2008 10:53:00

If ever there was a must win game this is it. This is the first of six games that are all winnable. A minimum of 15 or 16 points out of these games is a must to see us in the top six. How many seconds have gone by since I typed this ???
alphieblues
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11/10/2008 10:55:00

About 10
Tudor
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11/10/2008 10:57:00

Blimey is that all I thoght it was at least half an hour !
alphieblues
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11/10/2008 11:28:00

OMG ! its going even slower now....
lincolnblue
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11/10/2008 11:33:00

haha if time goes any slower it will go backwards LOL true alphie we should be looking for victories in those upcoming games. If we can win and get into the top six by the end of the year. with the new players in Jan, maybe....just maybe... we can push for a top 4
ArabianKnight
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11/10/2008 11:40:00

Anyone got a sharp knife or a spare rope lying around?
Tudor
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11/10/2008 12:26:00

This is depressing! Over NINE days to wait before the action starts again! Will have to make do with the Khazakhstan match tonight :-(
oliverblue
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11/10/2008 14:07:00

I think there should be a Joe Kinnear "Sweardown" with a different expletive for each day that passes....
Johnny Baguette
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11/10/2008 15:34:00

Good idea JB! Are you starting it off??
oliverblue
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11/10/2008 18:55:00

Alex Ferguson.
Johnny Baguette
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11/10/2008 21:25:00

Ashley Cole
alphieblues
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11/10/2008 21:44:00

Yes AlphieBlues it is so important to beat the barcodes and start a run over six winnable games with a victory. The next six games could, no correct that, will make or break our Premiership season.
Sindbad
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11/10/2008 23:27:00

....and I thought watching England stuff Kaz would pass some of the time nicely...I could'nt have been more wrong.....England were very poor......
lincolnblue
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12/10/2008 08:03:00

Agreed lb. They need to raise their game significantly to compete with the world's top international sides.
Johnny Baguette
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12/10/2008 09:26:00

The Barcodes clash could be the first this season where Hughes has the option to field the forward "dream team" of Petrov, Jo, Robinho, SWP. It's not looking too good for the Geordies however you look at it.
Sindbad
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13/10/2008 11:31:00

 

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