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Calling For Solidarity: All Together Now

Calling For Solidarity: All Together Now


Vital Manchester City received the following article from mcfcirish.

Derby Day 2009 Round One is over and first blood goes to Manchester United, thanks to a mix of bad defending and some helpful FA assistance.

However I'm writing this article not to moan but to call for solidarity (having managed four games without defeat). Don't forget, City went three games without conceding, albeit a defeat was bound to come along. On the plus side, we did not get rolled over yesterday.

There can't be any of this 'Hughes out' rubbish. If there is it will give ammunition to all the City bashers out there. Lets take the lessons from the game and move one.

We have a Carling Cup home game on Wednesday night vs. Fulham, so lets hope for a decent crowd and lets hope we get back to our winning ways.

HEADS UP LADS & KEEP THE FAITH!

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Writer:mcfcirish
Date:Monday September 21 2009
Time: 9:59AM

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These games happen. Always do and always will. Sometimes we benefit from them, and sometimes we don't. Doesn't change a damn thing for what we are trying to do this season. Bring on Fulham and West Ham...
BlueWolfie
21/09/2009 10:21:00
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Brilliant that we have a home game so quickly after the The Great Rag Robbery.
Johnny Baguette
21/09/2009 13:18:00
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Im sure when the rags come to CoMS we will show them what spirit is all about. I dont think there will be an issue of calling for sparky's head. He has proved he can attract and manage big names. I also think he is coping with the media pressure very well and how he didnt smash Taggart when he had a giggle with the fourth official is beyond me.
RAFBlue
21/09/2009 18:22:00
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This was a much better article from a VMC member and once again highlights all of the positives from the start of this season without panicing because of 1 poor defensive performance. We are getting better and will only continue to improve and I'd still fancy us to score 3 again in the return fixture and defend better.
Kevinho
26/09/2009 19:05:00
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