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For many, memories of the Liverpool match have long faded. The international break is over and now, at long last it's back to business for Manchester City Football Club.

Newcastle United v Manchester City
Monday 20 October 2008
Kick off - 8pm
Live on Setanta Sports

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 20 2008

Time: 3:49PM

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it seems ages since the last game.......
lincolnblue
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20/10/2008 17:40:00

...and I can't get to the next one so it will seem like a year since I last saw them
alphieblues
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20/10/2008 18:29:00

I've often suggested thatan international break can be a bad thing if your side is on a roll or fighting back, but a good thing if you have been playing erratically or poorly. Newcastle were getting it together at Everton and we were shipping goals against Liverpool. Let's see if my theory holds sway.
Johnny Baguette
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20/10/2008 18:48:00

Let's hope so JB, we need the Fates on our side for a while...
Sindbad
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20/10/2008 19:28:00

 

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