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Bitterness In Shades Of Red

Bitterness In Shades Of Red

The Ped Report today unleashed a vehemence of disrespect from the Gooner Fraternity, pretty much as expected. Their fans have migrated from the friendly side of North London to become second rate Stretfords, clearly aware that City will be the next big thing and they will not.

Add to that Fabregas telling us they would have beaten us if we'd have had 15 players on the pitch just adds more to the fear factor that City is creating.

The world and his dog knows that Fabregas executed at least three cautionable offences yesterday, but because he walked off in abject pain holding on to the physio after a powder puff tackle from Kompany, he was allowed some latitude.

Then comes motormouth Gary Neville telling the world that only City have suffered as a result of Rooney's improved contract at Old Trafford.

Oh dear Mr Neville, you are missing the whole point. You might have retained your so -called superstar but at what cost?

Another £100k per week added to the overdraft and when he does go in the summer, all the loot pays off another chunk of debt interest.

When will this despicable creature learn to keep his mouth shut? Why does he consider that this issue concerns him?

Only Liverpool are keeping their cards close to their chest just now and against the background of their results I can understand why.

There is no doubt thought that City are going forward and those clad in red don't like it, nor do Chelsea for that matter, but at least they keep on going and winning except against City.

The future is looking bright under the Blue Moon. Why can't all things red just accept it and move on? At the end of the day, you'll have no choice.



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Writer:Tranmere Loyal
Date:Monday October 25 2010
Time: 2:00PM

Comments

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Maybe so, but this is a classic case of "Blindness in the shade of sky blue...". Sorry mate, your a bad loser. Learn to accept a loss gracefully. Don't embarrass yourself like this.
JT_daniel
25/10/2010 14:17:00
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From the ridiculous to the just plain moronic. What else do you have to do during your half term I suppose? Amusingly even though this is supposed to be your attempt at a wind up every word simply oozes sour grapes. If you don't want the negative feedback don't post such gormless "reports".
Wyn Mills
25/10/2010 14:26:00
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All that was unleashed was a 'vehemence of correction' on your last rather bitter article. You were clearly seeing red when you wrote it - not unlike Boyota yesterday. Most gooners had a fair amount of respect for the way you tried to fight back with ten men. Shame you weren't quite up to it but you gave it your best shot. Having had no choice but to send your man off the ref tried to even it up as best he could for you dishing out yellows to our entire midfield in the 20 minutes or so after the sending off. Despite the foul count over the game being fairly equal at about 12 to 13. Help yourself to another bowl of those sour grapes you've definitely got a taste for them.
Amos.
25/10/2010 14:31:00
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I don't agree JT-Daniel. He's not just talking about the loss yesterday. Its a fairly objective optimistic piece. Laced with a bit of anger granted but you're being a bit harsh.
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
25/10/2010 14:31:00
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Maybe a little, SBSS- But I was partly referring to the Ped Report of yesterday too. Even so, this is not the usual class of articles you guys normally publish. I enjoy going through a few of your articles and your debates because it's all good, proper football banter. Not this, definitely.
JT_daniel
25/10/2010 14:39:00
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What a suprise to find you trolling here Amos!! Pathetic little man.
Tony Rocky Horror
25/10/2010 16:02:00
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I've just read the ped report and I see what you mean now. That was an embarassing read if ever I've read one. The denial of the penalty is quite frankly bizarre. I must admit though I can't stomach Clattenburg but I can't figure out whether he's got it in for us or he's just an awful ref. He was awful against Blackburn too but he was awful in a Bolton game I watched and other team's seem to dispise him just as much.
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
25/10/2010 16:41:00
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You are a very sore loser aren't you pedmachine, if you had read the comments you would've realised they were coming from many different fans not just Arsenal fans.
TheFamousNo7
25/10/2010 16:50:00
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Pathetic indeed TRH. As this is a piece concerning the Arsenal /City game it's quite clear that you're the troll - not that there's ever been any doubt about it whenever you crawl to the surface.
Amos.
25/10/2010 17:13:00
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Pedmachine come on now my friend your embarrasing yourself...Your match report was very poor and you seem a fan who is very one sided towards his team and see no other side to things like spurs fans are. It was a clear penalty and the arsenal fans have a right to be annoyed at your article as it was completey ridiculous and nothing in it was correct...Very sore grapes and a poor luck on football on your part.
P.Avfc
25/10/2010 17:25:00
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