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Taggart And Potato Head At The Propaganda Again

Taggart And Potato Head At The Propaganda Again

It's a media policy that has failed united regularly since City's promotion in 2002. Belittling 'liddle ciddy' again is a welcome motivator for our squad this week...

They're at it again. And the manipulator-in-chief Sir Bacon Chops is at the controls.

When asked about his views upon the resurgent City's future he couldn't help himself..

'Where are they at the moment? — excuse me!!

'At this moment in time our threats are still Chelsea and Liverpool, who are sitting above us. Aren't they? That`s the focus.'

This before droaning on about City's finances again.

Somebody at the swamp needs to remind Taggart that since City were promoted 6 season ago under Mad Kev, the best propaganda efforts of the likes of himself and Gary 'Chuckle' Neville have realised only 4 rag Derby league wins out of 12 for them.

But there's also a new kid on the press conference block...

Serial referee abuser Wayne 'Potato Head' Rooney has been directed to dismiss Manchester City this time around, hinting at a possible seeing red Sunday dismissal for himself:

'If City were winning trophies, it would irritate me but while they are still lingering in mid-table, I am not really too bothered about it.'

All we are waiting for now is Neville to get in on the act for the gobshite hat-trick.

The rags have become increasingly rattled about City these past 6 seasons and the fact that Sheikh Mancity is now our leader is clearly proving hard to live with.

Spare a thought too for their supporters.

The council house is no longer, the debt is gone and the Glazer's debt swamped club is in talks with Saudi Telecom to replace AIG as shirt sponsor.

They'll probably have to revert to those 30 odd year banners draped on motorway bridges and dragged by ludicrously hired light aircraft again...

Desperate times call for desperate measures.

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Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Friday November 28 2008
Time: 8:53AM

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Comments

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Tehy don't like it up 'em!
fifthcolumnblue
28/11/2008 09:28:00
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well they are going to have to get used to it being up them a lot more in the future.....!!!!
lincolnblue
28/11/2008 10:16:00
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Still another 48 hours to go and the battle has already begun. Nice to feel confident we'll win the war isn't it!
Tudor
28/11/2008 14:32:00
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What will worry him is that we could take on a last seasons CL quarter finalist with Robbi and still put in a more than competent performance. Kompany on his own admission that CB is not a postion he usually plays, but did it so well, I bet he could play anywhere on the park and put in a good showing. Need the points Sunday to keep in touch.
Buzz Lightyear
28/11/2008 15:10:00
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Do we really care what they say. If fergie is not bothered about us,I bet he doesn't play his reserves on Sunday all the same.
Buzz Lightyear
28/11/2008 15:12:00
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What is wrong with their STATEMENTS? Aren't they true?? Are you currently even in the top 10, no? So we can't focus on mediocrity! And yes we've won 4 derbies but you're making it sound like City have won more!? You only look to win these games for bragging rights, we on the other hand have more important trophies to chase. BUT it'll feel really good putting you scummers back into your place!
ForeverUnited
28/11/2008 15:55:00
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Er, City have won 5 derbies since promotion in 2002.....Those "statements..." The same belittling quotes Whisky Nose and his players have been dishing out at MCFC for six seasons. They've proved to be excellent team talks for City. The amount of time he has been rambling on about City at his press conferences this season beggars belief. Rattled. Perhaps if the rags players treat the Manchester Derby as an important fixture this sunday they might win it for a change. You yourself have already indicated their fans will certainly be treating it as just another game which based on the total lack of vocal rag support at the last two Derby bodes well for us again. Cheers!
Johnny Baguette
28/11/2008 16:19:00
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To refer to City as a "small club" is, in itself, a small-minded comment that ill-behoves a Knight of the Realm - he must be really worried about the future! Anyway, how do you decide a club's worth? (1) In terms of its overall history and skill of players (past and present)? If so, City's record can stand scrutiny with the best. Did Sir Matt Busby think he was part of a "small" Club, when celebrating the 1934 Cup Final win, or any of the many other distinguished men involved with the Club throughout its long history. (2) Wealth? If it was legally possible and our new owners were so minded (it's not and they're not) then Sheikh Mansour could buy out the whole of the Stretford Untied team, whereas recently they couldn't even meet the asking price for one player -Mr B! Or (3) Is it the size of debt? Clearly the other lot are well ahead on this rating and that is probably a big part of Ferguson's current problem, when thinking about our respective teams' futures. Poor fella! Olebluey
Olebluey
29/11/2008 17:52:00
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