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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

Your Comments

Fred Tilson's name appears quite a lot. in the opening sequences. I bet you are well proud mcfcthrilller.
Tudor
Fred Tilson's name appears quite a lot. in the opening sequences. I bet you are well proud mcfcthrilller.
Tudor
Ah the memories this has stirred .....thanks
Doody
Ah the memories this has stirred .....thanks
Doody
Nice to watch - a lot in this video i had forgotten about.
Thaibluefan
Nice to watch - a lot in this video i had forgotten about.
Thaibluefan
The clock seems to have stpped after 1970 though...........
kennyclementstache
The clock seems to have stpped after 1970 though...........
kennyclementstache
I think the author is in the process of putting togther part 2.
Tudor
I think the author is in the process of putting togther part 2.
Tudor
great video and always good to look back to our past just as much as im looking forward to our future.
bluemooner_mcfc
great video and always good to look back to our past just as much as im looking forward to our future.
bluemooner_mcfc
who said we had no history?
Buzz Lightyear
who said we had no history?
Buzz Lightyear
Excellent work!
ArabianKnight
Excellent work!
ArabianKnight
I'm only guessing but Part 2 will presumably be somewhat shorter than Pt 1.
kennyclementstache
I'm only guessing but Part 2 will presumably be somewhat shorter than Pt 1.
kennyclementstache
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
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
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
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
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
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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