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Poll Result: City v Newcastle - The Result?

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On our last poll, Vital Manchester City regular, oliverblue asked the following question...

City v Newcastle - The Result?

Here is the poll result, in descending order.

City win (79%)
Newcastle win (8%)
Anything could happen (5%)
Bore draw (4%)
High score draw (4%)

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A disappointing failure to hammer 10 man Newcastle. MOTM?

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 20 2008

Time: 11:02PM

Your Comments

We virtually all got it wrong. Ah well that's typical City.
alphieblues
If offense is our strength... we should have hammered 10 man Newcastle..MH has his work cut out
ArabianKnight
True Alphie! 79% of us (me included!) should have been right though!
oliverblue
Something has to be done.......cos its just not working
lincolnblue
A lot of City's opponents are ticked off by the club's recent wealth. Nouveau riches tend to rub people up the wrong way and hence the dogged and cumbersome games against teams like Brighton, Wigan and a weakened, 10-man Newcastle. It's almost like they're out to show us who City, in their eyes, really are...moneybags arrivistes with nothing to show for it.
Old Mother Hell
"Anything could happen!" always seems the best option.
Bluemorg
I'm making this post well after the action. It isn't a knee-jerk recation. My view is that if Styles hadn't given the penalty against Beye his head would have been on a spike by now. I've watched loads of replays and I cannot see how he could have given another decision. But the incredible amount of video/press scrutiny after the fact (from more angles than a protractor) is unprecedented. It's as if some people were desparate to ensure Styles was crucified and City somehow undermined. Actually, on that performance our team needed no help. But I can seldom remember so much inquiry on what was an incredibly difficult decision for a referee.
Sindbad
 

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