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Here Come Blackburn Rovers


Only a couple of months ago Manchester City were averaging two games a week and now it's been seven days since the away win at Goodison Park. Time to bring on Blackburn Rovers.

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Friday May 1 2009
Time: 8:43PM

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i just hope we can turn that "typical city" around and win this against fat heas cloggers because a loss or even a draw here will pretty much finish our season off.
bluemooner_mcfc
01/05/2009 21:00:00
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i just hope we can turn that "typical city" around and win this against fat heas cloggers because a loss or even a draw here will pretty much finish our season off.
bluemooner_mcfc
01/05/2009 21:00:00
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Well MH can't use that 'tired' excuse again this season. . . . . . Interesting to see how the team perform now things are back to normal.
Thaibluefan
01/05/2009 22:55:00
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Well MH can't use that 'tired' excuse again this season. . . . . . Interesting to see how the team perform now things are back to normal.
Thaibluefan
01/05/2009 22:55:00
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Yes, 7 days between games does seem a long time doesn't it? Still, summer's on it's way, and you know what happens then - NO FOOTBALL! Thank the lord the world cup is next summer!
fifthcolumnblue
01/05/2009 23:17:00
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Yes, 7 days between games does seem a long time doesn't it? Still, summer's on it's way, and you know what happens then - NO FOOTBALL! Thank the lord the world cup is next summer!
fifthcolumnblue
01/05/2009 23:17:00
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That's right fifthcolumnblue -- even the most pessimistic supporters hate the break between seasons. It's as if "reasons to be tearful" have taken over for months!! "Reasons to be cheerful" are accessible only when the Blues are playing!
Sindbad
02/05/2009 00:09:00
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That's right fifthcolumnblue -- even the most pessimistic supporters hate the break between seasons. It's as if "reasons to be tearful" have taken over for months!! "Reasons to be cheerful" are accessible only when the Blues are playing!
Sindbad
02/05/2009 00:09:00
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3 points tomorrow, to send us on our way to 7th and another 7 points after that!! C'mon you Blues! Europe is a month away. 3-1 City
severedgein
02/05/2009 03:10:00
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3 points tomorrow, to send us on our way to 7th and another 7 points after that!! C'mon you Blues! Europe is a month away. 3-1 City
severedgein
02/05/2009 03:10:00
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