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MCFC v Spurs: Predict The Score (05/05/10)

MCFC v Spurs: Predict The Score (05/05/10)

Wednesday 5th May 2010, Manchester City v Tottenham at Eastlands, kick-off 8pm. Whether you support City, Spurs or you are a neutral how about entering your score prediction in the comments section directly below this article, and then tell us who you support and why your went with your prediction.

Tonight's game is crucial for both teams with the winner virtually guaranteed Champions League football next season. No pressure there!!

Enjoy the game and may the best team win.



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Writer:Tudor
Date:Wednesday May 5 2010
Time: 9:31AM

Comments

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I'm going for City to win 2-0 with Tevez and Adam Johnson getting the goals. Our defence has tightened up since Mancini arrived, our midfield is pushing forward a lot more and our strikers are world-class. This is going to be a cracker. CTID
tudor
05/05/2010 09:38:00
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I think there will be plenty of goals, even tho our strikers arent firing on all cylinders! There will be defensive mistakes and for me its about which strikers take advantage!! I said 4-4 yesterday and would still be happy with that! but 2-1 either way or possibly 2all! I just hope its a fair game and well reffed and lino'ed!! Lets hope its the football that gets the result!!! COYS
MullerTheYid
05/05/2010 10:40:00
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Don't care about the score as long as City win. Tired of all the Spuds fans bleating on about the CL. It's about time they realised that the CL is for BIG clubs. Good luck City and Spuds........dream on and jog on.
Cockney Rich
05/05/2010 11:01:00
0
After all the hype, it will probably end up 0-0 and being dull as ****. I would settle for that.
sads3110
05/05/2010 11:54:00
0
0.0 and the game will resemble the Arsenal/City game with both teams afraid to lose
DazzaTHFC
05/05/2010 12:37:00
0
"Tired of all the Spuds fans bleating on about the CL. It's about time they realised that the CL is for BIG clubs"...... LMAO, u mean big clubs like city who haven't won anything in over 30 years?
Yid_from_India
05/05/2010 12:40:00
0
C-o-c-k ney Rich, im guessing your a spammer! What a season you clowns had, just beat relagation! YEAH what a season!! Oh yeah and more games than points isnt it!!!?? The fact is we also dont bleat on about it, its a dream like it is for city and tonight its going to come true for one of us!! You me old friut are just Jealious as you have nothing to play for!!
MullerTheYid
05/05/2010 13:25:00
0
I think that Spurs may play for the draw, City have to play for the win.
Buzz Lightyear
05/05/2010 13:34:00
0
No Muller, He's Ar5ena1. Cockney Bitch.....go back to the big top mate.
ledgespur
05/05/2010 14:05:00
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City need to win, Tottenham cant lose.. This game has plenty of goals init, I can see about 4/5v1/2. dunno who to doe. Loads of goals!!
Blitz
05/05/2010 17:57:00
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