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Man City v Tottenham Betting Odds

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Sunday 9 November 2008, Barclays Premier League - Manchester City v Tottenham, betting odds.

City Win
1-0 (11/2)
2-0 (8/1)
2-1 (9/1)
5-0 (100/1)

Spurs Win
1-0 (7/1)
2-0 (12/1)
2-1 (11/1)
5-0 (10,000/1)!!

Draw
0-0 (17/2
1-1 (11/2)
2-2 (12/1)
3-3 (50/1)
4-4 (100/1)



First City Scorer
Robinho - 9/2
Jo - 6/1
Benjamin - (7/1)
Ched Evans - (7/1)

First Spud To Score
Darren Bent - 7/1
Roman Pavlyuchenko - 7/1
Fraizer Campbell - 8/1
David Bentley - 12/1

More odds are available by visiting www.oddschecker.com.




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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 8 2008

Time: 7:02PM

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Get on City to win 3-2 at 28-1!
oliverblue
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08/11/2008 19:18:00

What good odds can I get for City to win 5-2?
Sindbad
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08/11/2008 19:42:00

City to win 5-2 - William Hill are offering odds of 100/1
Tudor
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08/11/2008 19:51:00

I say 3-1 City, First will be from Vassell .
city 81
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08/11/2008 20:21:00

I've taken 450/1 5-2 to us, thank you
YiddoNick
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08/11/2008 20:50:00

And who is offering 10000/1 5-0 cos I'll take that as well!!!
YiddoNick
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08/11/2008 20:51:00

Save your money YiddoNick, You will stay a long time in ranked twentieth.
city 81
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08/11/2008 21:16:00

U man shi-tty fans make me laugh. uve got ONE good player, Robinho who will leave u the first chance he gets now hes relized how much of a small club u r. He probably thought he was joining united and was disappointed when he found out it was city, a club he openly admitted in an interview he had NEVER HEARD OF! Spurs 2 win, ***** off city
ExiL
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08/11/2008 23:26:00

ExiL has incredible gut instinct about the game; I just hope for his sake he can find a way, against all odds, that he can sit down in peace, maybe early next year, without the agony. I know you love football, ExiL...
Sindbad
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09/11/2008 00:56:00

Nice to see the Spurs arrogance is still there Exil! You should cast a glance at the table before spouting off because it will tell you that you are currently the worst team in the Premiership!
oliverblue
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09/11/2008 08:12:00

Spuds keyboard warriors in the area. Haven't seen you around since Charlie Corluka left for that Champions League qualification.
Johnny Baguette
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09/11/2008 08:38:00

they are only back cos they've had a couple of resonable results....
lincolnblue
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09/11/2008 09:30:00

which is more than you lot have had linconblue!!! the mighty fc twente where denied a THIRD goal against you, and your current league form is great isnt it? after todays result we will be 1 point behind you, and then you can move over as we go past you next week
lillywhites101
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09/11/2008 09:48:00

johnny baguette maybe the spurs fans are not on vital man city because they actually attend games!!!!!....will there be vast areas of empty blue seats again today as per usual??? its shameful!!!!! cause were not talking one or two are we LOL....15 thousand empty seats against west ham! something like 30 thousand empty seats in your 1st uefa cup game at home LOL! now that you have owners with abit of cash, you should bid for portsmouth's ground 1st chance! 19,000 seats sounds just about right!!!! then you can give the council back the stadium you RENT!!! LOL
lillywhites101
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09/11/2008 09:58:00

Welcome back all you Spuds fans WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN...lillywhites101 ...there will be more there today than you will get at any of your matches this season.
alphieblues
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09/11/2008 11:14:00

The only empty seats will be at the SPUDS END.
alphieblues
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09/11/2008 11:15:00

alphieblues there is ALWAYS empty seats at coms...week in week out!!! thousands and thousands!!! i
lillywhites101
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09/11/2008 11:43:00

We are averaging over 43,000 this season how are you doing ???
alphieblues
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09/11/2008 11:52:00

I thought the Spuds banter was meant to be another article?? (lol)
Tudor
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09/11/2008 12:21:00

were doing great! we've just announced were building a 60,000 seater! and with a 3year waiting list for season tickets alone, it will be sold out every week.....has coms EVER been sold out? even your 1st home game of the season with all your new players on display wasnt sold out!!!.....pathetic.
lillywhites101
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09/11/2008 12:40:00

lilywhites, flash that cash. No credit crunch round Seven Sisters I'll bet. I remember WHL in the 90's and Colin Hendry bagging us an equaliser. Spurs were encapsualted for me that day in a jewelleried right up permed Cockernee standing up waving handfuls of notes at us. Never got that at West Ham or Millwall or even the Gooners for that matter. Sounds like the tradition continues.
Johnny Baguette
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09/11/2008 12:44:00

JB i see you and he others hav'nt responded to the fact that i pointed out in my last post....has coms EVER bee sold out? seriously?....when you cant even fill your stadium for the 1st home game of the season, after your takeover and with new players on display, that really sums up 'citeeeeeh' fans!...so i will say again PATHETIC!!!! (feel free to ignore the facts again LOL)
lillywhites101
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09/11/2008 13:01:00

lillywhites101, The reason behind the filling of your stadium is becouse every body when they saw the club logo they thought is "Chicken restaurant" BUT when they entering inside they Surprise the Chicken play Football LOoOoOoOL.
city 81
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10/11/2008 08:58:00

 

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