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What Not To Get The Wife For Christmas

What Not To Get The Wife For Christmas

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Vital Manchester City would like to take this opportunity to wish our regular visitors a very Merry Christmas.

My co-editors and I will be away from our computers for the next day or so, but we'll be back in plenty of time to cover the Boxing Day game against Hull City.

In the meantime, might I suggest anyone buying the following presents for his or her partner take heed of the following video and run to the hills?

Merry Christmas





Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Tudor
Date:Tuesday December 23 2008
Time: 10:20PM

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christmas is ruined thanks to hughes
tommytheblue
24/12/2008 00:32:00
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What with the second half of last season....and now the poor showing in the first half of this season.......I will be glad to see the back of 2008...!!!
lincolnblue
24/12/2008 08:02:00
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If Hughes buys bellamy and Santa Cruz he'll think the guy with the vacuum cleaner got an easy ride... uhum.. maybe it would be time for a new broom?
Sindbad
24/12/2008 17:54:00
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Merry christmas to everyone, even to mark hughes. Hughes is a good manager, but he and city are not the perfect match. Cruz and bellamy have been woefully poor this season, so im very worried. I think hull will get something on boxing day and hughes will be sacked after. I hope...
enzo city
25/12/2008 22:25:00
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