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How Many Points Will City Get Over Christmas?

How Many Points Will City Get Over Christmas?

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With the Christmas fixtures almost upon us, how many Premier League points do you think Manchester City get?

The Blues have three games in short succession, beginning on Sunday, 21 December with an away match against bottom side WBA. Our next game is at home on Boxing Day against in-form Hull City, while the last fixture of 2008 is away at Blackburn Rovers.

With manager Mark Hughes under pressure, how many points do you think we'll get?

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Saturday December 20 2008
Time: 5:04PM

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0
We are in the drop zone !!!...The way we are playing at the moment 3 points from 3 games would be great. But if that is all we achieve then I think it would be goodbye Mr Hughes.
alphieblues
20/12/2008 17:13:00
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9 points
swordfish7
20/12/2008 17:40:00
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You must be dreaming swordfish7? If only!
Tudor
20/12/2008 17:43:00
0
I'm for 9 points too, because the way this season is going 9 is as likely as 5 or even 3. Less then three and we'll have a new manager spending ADUG's money, because Hughes will resign.
Sindbad
20/12/2008 19:09:00
0
Me too, we are not on a LLLLLLLL which would be really bad news, with a fit squad we are still a top 10 team and the next three games are ones we shoud#ld and could win.
Buzz Lightyear
21/12/2008 07:49:00
0
if we get 3 today....we will probably get the other 6......
lincolnblue
21/12/2008 09:00:00
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