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Tabloid Bashes Manchester City FC - Again!

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Vital Manchester City urges Blues to boycott a national tabloid following another attempt to belittle Mark Hughes.

I am not going to go into reasons why, well not now, if at all, but an incident occurred involving Liverpool FC way back in the 1980's whereby the City of Liverpool boycotted a certain tabloid newspaper. I urge the Blue side of Manchester to do the same.

It is blatantly obvious certain hacks out there working in the media want to see Manchester City Football Club implode. Did Chelsea FC receive similar exposure when they found fame and riches. Perhaps?

I am an amateur writer who passionately follows Man City however; I am struggling to find the words I am looking for without bringing this site into disrepute. I therefore reserve judgement and allow myself time to cool down.

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday November 11 2008

Time: 4:01PM

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I have a funny feeling it just might be true. When Cooke was asked the question today he wasn't very convincing with his answer.
alphieblues
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11/11/2008 16:57:00

The Street Of Shame are really thirsting for Blue Blood. We've got to pull together and ward them off.
Johnny Baguette
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11/11/2008 17:50:00

Shows the we've have become a major player when the press are looking to write about us every day. We should treat it as a compliment (i think!)
oliverblue
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11/11/2008 18:10:00

Sky Sports are also after unsettling the City ship as much as they can. Following Elano's interview, they have now gone after Mourinho.
Johnny Baguette
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11/11/2008 18:38:00

True JB! Notice Mourinho denies nothing though!
oliverblue
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11/11/2008 19:55:00

He'll always keep his options open. he's a businessman essentially, oliver. By the way, spot on article Tudor.
Johnny Baguette
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11/11/2008 20:00:00

chaps - it's a consequence of being owned by rich owners - we've lived with it for years!
merlin
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11/11/2008 20:51:00

besides - Jose is so last year :-)
merlin
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11/11/2008 20:52:00

but just like you came through it all.....so will we........ ;o)
lincolnblue
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12/11/2008 09:36:00

I've never read the Sun since their disgusting Hillsborough comments. This is a little annoying, but to be honest I don't think the Sun has anything serious to say about anything. They are what the term "gutter journalism" is all about.
Sindbad
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12/11/2008 17:45:00

 

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