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City Must Beat Everton - Simples!

City Must Beat Everton - Simples!

Manchester City go into tonight's game knowing a victory over Everton will leap-frog Roberto Mancini's side into fourth position. No pressure there then?

As of Wednesday 24th March 2010 the Premier League table shows Manchester United, played 31, 69 points, closely followed by Arsenal, played 31 and 67 points. Then come Chelsea, played 30, 65 points and then a massive gap of 10 points appears with Tottenham, played 30 - 55 points.

City has a game in hand over Harry Redknapp's side and a win will see the Citizens move into that all important fourth spot. Unfortunately the game isn't being shown live anywhere, not even on a dodgy internet site, although I could be proved wrong. Keep tuned for updates via our Match Day thread.

Wednesday 24th March 2010 Premier League Fixtures

Aston Villa v Sunderland - 19:45
Blackburn v Birmingham - 20:00
Man City v Everton - 19:45
Portsmouth v Chelsea - 19:45

Everton v City: 16/01/10

Just in case you needed reminding.

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Wednesday March 24 2010
Time: 10:21AM

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Is it me or is Moyes just the must bitter and jealous person ever. He just can't stop talking about us.
kippaxking
24/03/2010 10:49:00
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IMO Moyes has taken Everton as far as he can and now he's looking for a club with money, drive and desire. Perhaps he's putting himself in the shop window with all of his comments.
Tudor
24/03/2010 10:52:00
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Tell me Gollum wouldn't love to have our money and gifted individuals rather than Everton's "Grit and team spirit"?
fifthcolumnblue
24/03/2010 11:18:00
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second rate, no mark, no class, ***** hole of a team..you go on about our stadium yet you rent yours you ******** pathetic gob *****es. Yet again tonight we will show you what it takes to be a team that can/has broken the mold of the top 4. Never mind the players not having a feel for the club your pathetic fans dont have clue, where was you when you where *****? ***** off!
cam1878
24/03/2010 12:35:00
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I think you will lose to Everton. And what is with Lescott pulling another sickie just in time for the Everton clash...again? Seems he is too ashamed of his behaviour before he left. What a cretinous little man he is.
IanWrightsUglyWife
24/03/2010 12:41:00
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Mods, can we keep these all time classic posts in? Especially that twockers question. We'll take that as a compliment.
Johnny Baguette
24/03/2010 13:00:00
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Beating Everton will further cement our intentions of getting to that 4th place and keeping it.
Buzz Lightyear
24/03/2010 15:16:00
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A win tonight against jealous phil nevile and moaning moyes would be heaven. Everton have hit form and moyes will get them fired up. We have great home record and we want revenge for the goodison defeat. I'll take a dull 1-0 win tonight.
Super City Slicker
24/03/2010 16:46:00
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Cam - forgotten to take the pills again have we? Wipe your mouth there mate you seem to have a bit of a foam problem.
Bluedub
24/03/2010 16:52:00
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bunch of deluded losers
SpudsRus
24/03/2010 21:55:00
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