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Manchester City Drop Into Bottom Three

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Following Saturdays Premier League results, Manchester City find themselves in the bottom three.

Saturday, 20 December 2008
Blackburn 3-0 Stoke
Bolton 2-1 Portsmouth
Fulham 3-1 Middlesbrough
Hull 1-4 Sunderland

League Standings
16 Tottenham - 19 points
17 West Ham - 19
18 Man City - 18
19 Blackburn - 16
20 West Brom - 12

Although no panic buttons have been pressed by anyone at Eastlands just yet, many a finger is on standby!





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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday December 20 2008

Time: 5:37PM

Your Comments

Plenty of debate well under way in our forums as the Vital MC Community puts some heads together. Have your say!
Johnny Baguette
There could be a scrap at Eastlands wanting to be the first to press the panic button should we lose against WBA tomorrow.
Tudor
A team in the bottom three at Christmas. I wonder what is the highest position achieved at the end of the season. Anyone know the answer ?
alphieblues
Why am I not surprised, The only good thing is that we know we have money to spend. The question is will Sparky spend it on experienced premier footballers or will he go continental?
Buzz Lightyear
This game has turned into an early-season Cup Final for us. But if we win we just get survival. If we lose then we're not really here.
Sindbad
press the buttton!
tommytheblue
Noooo, not yet. This time tomorrow, perhaps, but not yet!
Tudor
bottom three with a plus goal difference......is that another new prem league record that we didnt want to set......and if we do win and barcodes and spurs draw we will actually go up to 12th place...!!!
lincolnblue
When you consider the money that has been spent (before the Sheikh's purchase of Robinho) then it's all the more unacceptable to see us holding out for moving out of the relegation zone into that 12th place based on other results going for us. Sort it, City.
Johnny Baguette
Hull City are 6th, you fellas are? *Rolling with laughter*
JT_daniel
 

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