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Man City: A Brief History In Colour - Mainly


The following 9 minute 19 second video, says it all.

Enjoy, courtesy of YouTube.





The journalist

Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 3 2009

Time: 11:06PM

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Fred Tilson's name appears quite a lot. in the opening sequences. I bet you are well proud mcfcthrilller.
Tudor
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03/03/2009 23:33:00

Fred Tilson's name appears quite a lot. in the opening sequences. I bet you are well proud mcfcthrilller.
Tudor
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03/03/2009 23:33:00

Ah the memories this has stirred .....thanks
Doody
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04/03/2009 00:35:00

Ah the memories this has stirred .....thanks
Doody
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04/03/2009 00:35:00

Nice to watch - a lot in this video i had forgotten about.
Thaibluefan
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04/03/2009 01:42:00

Nice to watch - a lot in this video i had forgotten about.
Thaibluefan
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04/03/2009 01:42:00

The clock seems to have stpped after 1970 though...........
kennyclementstache
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04/03/2009 09:24:00

The clock seems to have stpped after 1970 though...........
kennyclementstache
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04/03/2009 09:24:00

I think the author is in the process of putting togther part 2.
Tudor
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04/03/2009 09:45:00

I think the author is in the process of putting togther part 2.
Tudor
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04/03/2009 09:45:00

great video and always good to look back to our past just as much as im looking forward to our future.
bluemooner_mcfc
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04/03/2009 14:04:00

great video and always good to look back to our past just as much as im looking forward to our future.
bluemooner_mcfc
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04/03/2009 14:04:00

who said we had no history?
Buzz Lightyear
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04/03/2009 16:07:00

who said we had no history?
Buzz Lightyear
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04/03/2009 16:07:00

Excellent work!
ArabianKnight
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04/03/2009 22:52:00

Excellent work!
ArabianKnight
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04/03/2009 22:52:00

I'm only guessing but Part 2 will presumably be somewhat shorter than Pt 1.
kennyclementstache
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05/03/2009 00:02:00

I'm only guessing but Part 2 will presumably be somewhat shorter than Pt 1.
kennyclementstache
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05/03/2009 00:02:00

Forgot to say that i enjoyed it. Especially the Lord Kitchen-esque moustaches sported at the cubs inception. In fact to me those 'taches are now very much synonymous with the 'glory years', a time of quiet toil in knee length leden-shorts and boots made from whole cows. Time to bring them back? May I post a thread inviting opinion on which players should be made to grow 'taches, goatees and a Michael Eavis as a way of reawakening the etc
kennyclementstache
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05/03/2009 00:10:00

Forgot to say that i enjoyed it. Especially the Lord Kitchen-esque moustaches sported at the cubs inception. In fact to me those 'taches are now very much synonymous with the 'glory years', a time of quiet toil in knee length leden-shorts and boots made from whole cows. Time to bring them back? May I post a thread inviting opinion on which players should be made to grow 'taches, goatees and a Michael Eavis as a way of reawakening the etc
kennyclementstache
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05/03/2009 00:10:00

Great video montage of memories (post-war in my case), but what's the title of that Johnny Cash opening background number. I once had a download of this recording, but lost it and now can't remember the title etc. Help? Having said that, such a sad piece hardly seems appropriate for our earler 'Glory Days' when we really had so much to celebrate! They'll return - soon I hope.
Olebluey
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06/03/2009 01:24:00

Great video montage of memories (post-war in my case), but what's the title of that Johnny Cash opening background number. I once had a download of this recording, but lost it and now can't remember the title etc. Help? Having said that, such a sad piece hardly seems appropriate for our earler 'Glory Days' when we really had so much to celebrate! They'll return - soon I hope.
Olebluey
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06/03/2009 01:24:00

Great Video montage, bringing back some fantastic memories (all post-war in my case), but what is the title of that Johnny Cash opening background number? I downloaded it once, then lost it and can't remember any details to order it again. Help? Having said that I'm not sure that such a sad song is necessarily appropriate for such (mainly) happy and successful years up to the 1970s at least!
Olebluey
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06/03/2009 01:45:00

Great Video montage, bringing back some fantastic memories (all post-war in my case), but what is the title of that Johnny Cash opening background number? I downloaded it once, then lost it and can't remember any details to order it again. Help? Having said that I'm not sure that such a sad song is necessarily appropriate for such (mainly) happy and successful years up to the 1970s at least!
Olebluey
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06/03/2009 01:45:00

 

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