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Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday March 25 2010
Time: 8:31AM

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Thats going a little overboard don't you think considering you are only 2 points behind spurs and they appear to have a lot of injuries.
khoder
25/03/2010 09:00:00
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We haven't blown anything yet, but we have heaped more pressure on ourselves that's for sure. Spuds have several very difficult fixtures including a vistit to Eastlands and Villa obligingly dropped points to Sunderland last night. We should still do it, but in typical City fashion we won't make it easy for ourselves!
fifthcolumnblue
25/03/2010 09:04:00
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This could prove to be the kick up the arse we needed. Adeabyor returns next week.
Johnny Baguette
25/03/2010 09:36:00
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Cant say im looking forward to adebayors return. Similar to the return of the "great kolo toure"... Sorry to sound like a doom merchant, but i have no confidence in city finishing 4th. City will move into 4th place when spurs play chelsea, utd, arsenal - after that period we will fade away. A defeat at home against villa or spurs is to be expected. Poor decisions were made in the summer and we are paying the price.
Super City Slicker
25/03/2010 10:14:00
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how can you call a visit to Eastlands a difficult fixture after letting the bindippers cousins score two for no reply?
keefdayid
25/03/2010 10:17:00
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keefdayid - upholding the traditional spuds ignorance I see. If you watched the game (and I doubt very much you did) you would see that City were lucky to escape with only one serious injury (to Ireland after Jagielka deliberately stamped on his achilles) last night. If the spurs had been treated to so much foul play you would be shouting from the rooftops so kindly keep your uninformed opinions to yourself.
fifthcolumnblue
25/03/2010 10:53:00
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makes me laugh that people are going on about spurs run in.....city have man utd, arsenal, villa, and spurs in a 4 game run and nobody mentions that!!!!!....spurs are just fine, and we are where we deserve 2 be....this season will go to the wire, with our last 3 games being bolton city and burnley....i see no reason why we shouldnt take 9 points from that, we beat city home and away every season so a visit to coms means nothing...spurs will make champs league for sure, its only ourselves who can stop us
lillywhites101
25/03/2010 10:54:00
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Lilyan - you do realise you sound like a Rag with all that cockyness. I hear the same thing year after year from Spurs fans, we're going to do this and going to do that, but ultimately you just end up as also rans. If you do go on to get fourth then hats off but your cockyness is very tiring, especially when you usually end up looking like idiots because of it. And lastly EVERYONE is where the deserve to be, talk about stating the bloody obvious.
Bluedub
25/03/2010 12:01:00
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the race for 4th spot is still on...dont put money down on it..you can easily lose...its too close to tell.although I do doubt it is villa and liverpool.....
Daz Hotspurs
25/03/2010 12:41:00
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No secret that spuds have a cock on their crest - they certainly are a bunch of cocks.
fifthcolumnblue
25/03/2010 13:16:00
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