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Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday September 13 2009
Time: 2:13PM

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I forgot to mention that not even those commentators could put the commentators curse on City yesterday when theysaid before kick-off that we had never lost a match when Clattenburg was the referee. Don't worry what other fans may say Mark as you did a good job. ps tell the FA that you saw the incident like you did and thought that it didn't merit a foul!
Kevinho
13/09/2009 15:12:00
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What on earth are we talking about the referee for? Yesterday he put in a proessional and honest performance. Any contoversy was nothjing to do with the referr but with the players during the match and some players and their club after the match. Well done Marl Clattenburg and let us all remember that without referres we wouldn't even have a football match.
Wswilly3
13/09/2009 17:31:00
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I couldn't agree with you more Wswilly3, he had a decent enough game and we won it so he can't have done bad. I had been finding it quite a sad state of affairs when the first thing that you look for in a match programme is who the referee is as people invariably do these days because there are that many out there but I now feel that we have a team who can get us out of trouble more often than not when we have a bad decision(s) made against us by officials and of course we already have done at Crystal Palace and Portsmouth this season.
Kevinho
13/09/2009 18:45:00
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Great game, shame about the missed handball and stamp
shewore
13/09/2009 20:00:00
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