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MUFC v MCFC - It's Always The Same

MUFC v MCFC - It's Always The Same


Vital Manchester City regular, BlueWolfie sent us the following.

Obviously, as I write this (because it has yet to have been played), I neither know the line-up nor the result. However, one can hazard a guess at any eventual outcomes because they are seemingly always the same:

No score draw: This rarely happens xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Low-Score draw: UNITED: 'That was never a foul, he was never off-side, we didn't have Scholes, etc, etc' - CITY: 'We didn't have our best players on the pitch'

High-Score draw: UNITED: 'That last goal scored by (insert name of City player), should never have counted. We were robbed.' - CITY: 'We were missing Ade and Robi, and still scored plenty!'

Utd win by 1 or 2: UNITED: 'Well it was obvious we were going to win, wasn't it?' - CITY: 'You got lucky, our's wasn't a full-strength squad.'

Utd win by 3 or more: UNITED: 'You were outclassed, out-played, City suck big-time, come back when you're big enough' - CITY: 'You're just a bunch of dirty ********'

City win by 1 or 2: UNITED: 'You cheated, he was off-side, we didn't have Scholes, etc, etc' - CITY: 'Not so small now, are we Taggart you old fart! Now bring on Chelsea and Liverpool.'

City win by 3 or more: UNITED: 'It was nothing but a lucky win, we'll still be looking down on you at the end of the season.' - CITY: 'You're in £700m debt, just got hammered, and you're ****, you're season is already over, welcome to the Europa League.'

The only thing I haven't mentioned yet is someone being sent-off. In addition, it's a shame that the little girl Ronaldo isn't still at OLd Trafford because he would have been a safe bet to see a red (same could be said for Dunnie though - except the 'little girl' bit). But after saying all of this just you watch, something will happen that I haven't accounted for.

It will be a good game and I am, as always looking forward to it, I realise that it won't be as good as it should have been, with no Ade, Robi, and quite possibly no Tevez - the latter of which, will be a big shame.

Still, come Monday morning it will have been just another game, regardless of the outcome, and we will set our sights on West Ham at home.

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Writer:BlueWolfie
Date:Thursday September 17 2009
Time: 9:51AM

Comments

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Alright lads? You'd better set your sights on West Ham now. I will be wearing my lucky flares on Sunday. Enough said. 6-0.
Nobby Allcock
17/09/2009 10:17:00
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we can still beat the scum, with bellers swp ireland and petrov we still have more than enough fire power to hit them on the break and who knows maybe even santa and at a very big push tev might make the bench, we are still very strong all the way through the team and i think it will be a 1-0 or 2-1 to city
mark.mcfc.wedged
17/09/2009 12:40:00
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Bluewolfie - I think you just about covered all of the angles with your analysis there mate - Theres nothing like being thorough!
Kevinho
17/09/2009 13:07:00
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I can still see City winning with an excellent attacking midfield behind Bellamy. 2-1 City.
bluesnozza
18/09/2009 10:01:00
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