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Writer:Tudor
Date:Wednesday July 22 2009
Time: 9:39PM

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Cor blimey - a bit too good natured for me. What a smug and an ugly Rag he really was and I bet he didn't know one end of a prawn sandwich from the other. I don't know how Fred didn't slap him.
wswilly3
22/07/2009 21:51:00
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The trouble with the Rags is that they have become so accustomed to winning that they really and hionestly believe that no one (including our good seves) will take anything away from them. If I was a rag fan (and there but for the grace of God), I would be a little concerned - maybe not this year but certainly the following. City have the money, and the grat players (albeit some have turned us down) will come as we progress further and further. The sooner the Rags realise this (although I hope they don't) the better they will be.
BlueWolfie
22/07/2009 22:16:00
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They were both muppets, but the Man U one came off worst. He said some irrelevant things. Eg. when the City fan said it's not about this season, and then straight away the Man U fan makes a £100 bet about what happens THIS season. It was quite funny - everytime he laughed you could tell he just wanted to punch him.
ArsenalRob
22/07/2009 22:31:00
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That *****in munich cock aint got a clue what he's on about!! What about their players that couldn't get into our first *****in team.....Owen, Berbatov, Fletcher & Carick to name but a few. ***** off you shower of snivelling *****dogs and get used to it; you are no longer the number one team in MANCHESTER!
kinky's boots
22/07/2009 22:34:00
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kinky's boots, as an outsider, I'd say they're still the number one team in Manchester, because they've got the medals to prove it. You will have the opportunity to change that, but don't get impatient - you've waited many decades, just hold on for a few more years. And I personally think Carrick and possibly Fletcher would get into your first team.
ArsenalRob
22/07/2009 22:40:00
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As for this overused argument that, because everyone's talking about City, the top 4 must be worried - everyone's talking about Notts County today, and I for one am not worried about them. You're the ones who are making the headlines, not getting the points - yet...
ArsenalRob
22/07/2009 22:42:00
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Good point AR - anyone with a brain cell though, knows that City will be a force to be reckoned with, and those that catch on to this sooner rather than later will be better prepared for the battle that will come.
BlueWolfie
22/07/2009 22:45:00
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I think everyone from the top 4 knows that you'll be a force, but admitting it will only help you. Don't forget, you're players are all very new, and if you loose too many of you're first games, they may begin to stop believing that they're capable of challenging for honours - and if they let themselves slip into thinking they're average, they will play like they're average.
ArsenalRob
22/07/2009 22:52:00
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Roll on September 20 -- then we'll see.
Sindbad
22/07/2009 23:39:00
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I'm a United fan and I must say the Red on here is the kind of supporter that makes the rest of us look like arrogant, humourless *****s (then again at least we don't have as many that are as bitter and hate-filled as the likes of Kinky Boots above). The only thing he says in the whole three minutes that makes any sense is "We'll see come May". That's when we'll see who has won the argument.
deced80
23/07/2009 00:05:00
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