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Is The Europa League A Step Too Far?

Is The Europa League A Step Too Far?


With only five games left Manchester City has to do the virtual impossible before they can even think of qualifying for next seasons Europa League.

Qualification means City have to climb into and finish in the Premier League's top seven, but can they do it?



Sunday 19th April 2009 Premier League Standings

1 - Man Utd - 71
2 - Liverpool - 70
3 - Chelsea - 67
4 - Arsenal - 61
5 - Aston Villa - 54
6 - Everton - 52
7 - West Ham - 45
8 - Fulham - 44
9 - Tottenham - 44
10 - Man City - 41
11 - Wigan - 41

City's remaining fixtures

Sat 25 April - Everton (A) Prediction - defeat
Sat 2 May - Blackburn (H) Prediction - win
Sun 10 May - Man Utd (A) Prediction - draw
Sat 16 May - Tottenham (A) Prediction - draw
Sun 24 May - Bolton (H) Prediction - win

Perhaps City has left it too late but you never know, miracles do happen.

Tell us what you think by leaving your message in the comments section directly below this article, or by visiting our forums.



Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday April 19 2009
Time: 8:22PM

Comments

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Banking on 6 points at home, I think we'll still need at least 4 points from the other 3 away. Given where we have to go, coupled with our away form thus far it's looking highly unlikely but you never know. Shame 'cos I've a taste for Europe now!
BitterBlue
20/04/2009 14:46:00
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Banking on 6 points at home, I think we'll still need at least 4 points from the other 3 away. Given where we have to go, coupled with our away form thus far it's looking highly unlikely but you never know. Shame 'cos I've a taste for Europe now!
BitterBlue
20/04/2009 14:46:00
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its not going to happen but from the START of next season we have to start the season flying to give our new manager a chance of europe for the following season.
bluemooner_mcfc
20/04/2009 19:28:00
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its not going to happen but from the START of next season we have to start the season flying to give our new manager a chance of europe for the following season.
bluemooner_mcfc
20/04/2009 19:28:00
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There's still a a chance. I want to see City go hell for leather for this. Nothing else matters before the end of the season. Ireland, Onuoha, Petrov, Bojinov, Given, Robinho, SWP and Robinho have the appetite for it so why not?
Sindbad
20/04/2009 21:31:00
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There's still a a chance. I want to see City go hell for leather for this. Nothing else matters before the end of the season. Ireland, Onuoha, Petrov, Bojinov, Given, Robinho, SWP and Robinho have the appetite for it so why not?
Sindbad
20/04/2009 21:31:00
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I think it's too much to ask - for me the Fulham game killed any hopes . . . . .but you never know with City.
Thaibluefan
22/04/2009 01:46:00
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I think it's too much to ask - for me the Fulham game killed any hopes . . . . .but you never know with City.
Thaibluefan
22/04/2009 01:46:00
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Of course we can do it.....have faith .....as Thai say's you never know with City.
Doody
22/04/2009 22:17:00
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Of course we can do it.....have faith .....as Thai say's you never know with City.
Doody
22/04/2009 22:17:00
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