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City Awarded Home Tie Against Arsenal

Manchester City has been awarded a home tie against Arsenal in the Carling Cup quarter final.

The draw in full.

Manchester City v Arsenal
Blackburn Rovers v Chelsea
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur
Portsmouth v Aston Villa

Games are to be played the week commencing 30 November.

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 31 2009

Time: 12:39PM

Your Comments

Away fans to the top tier for this one.
Johnny Baguette
Another 4-2 win perhaps with Ade getting all of them!!
tudor
I hope that we beat their 'super kids' - I'm sick and tired of hearing about them every year and not many of them ever make their first team in the league or Champions League.
Kevinho
Hopefully this one will just be remembered for being a decent game of football rather than everything else.
MCFC_Goatboy
Ah, I wanted the Kids. Dang! Make sure you teach them a lesson they'll never forget, fellas.
JT_daniel
Ade will be pleased - me thinks.
Thaibluefan
see you in the semi then lads!
Merlin
We've got the home tie we wanted now we just need the result to get us in to the Semi's
City4ever
Would have preferred the rags to be honest, but fancy our chances at home to anyone. Just hope the only bananas in evidence this time are the inflatable kind!
fifthcolumnblue
I am disappointed. Where are all the Arsenal foamers?
Johnny Baguette
It'll be interesting to see if AW plays his kids or puts his first XI out. Glad we're at home and got to be favourites.
Lando78
Something tells me that a few of Arsenal's senior players may put their hands up for this one.
bluesnozza
4-2, yeah right don't kid yourselves that won't happen again.
One United 92
It might not happen again One United 92, but didn't City beat them 3-0 last season too. In fact 3 wins out of the last 4 home matches against Arsenal is our record against them at Eastlands but don't let facts get in the way of anything. We'll raise our game against the better teams whether it be against their first team or their kids.
Kevinho
 

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