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Second Place Awaits Manchester City

IF Manchester City beat the Old Trafford lot on Wednesday and Arsenal drop points at Wolves the Citizens could finish the night second in the Premier League table.



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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 8 2010

Time: 2:07PM

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ground control to major mancini planet earth is red and theres nothing you can do. YOUR NEXT LESSON IN FOOTBALL IS COMING
Nobby Allcock
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08/11/2010 14:09:00

You'd have to beat United 4-0 and hope we drop points at Wolves .... now maybe the latter could happen given our current complacency, but you're not going to beat Utd 4-0 ... if at all.
Rocky7
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08/11/2010 14:25:00

4-0. there's about as much chance of that as a newly promoted team winning at arsenal.
Nobby Allcock
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08/11/2010 14:28:00

City beating United 4-0 is conceivable but doubtful I admit, but hey, we've done it before so why not this time.
Tudor
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08/11/2010 14:30:00

Actually it appears there's a 66% chance of newly promoted team winning at our gaff, I don't see those percentages for you. By all means laugh at me if you happen to achieve it, but if you win it will be by the odd goal. I personally think you'll draw though.
Rocky7
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08/11/2010 14:37:00

Just to think two days ago the whole country was celebrating city three defeats - despite being 4th in the league. United are unbeaten, not playing too well and are they due a defeat... c'mon citeh!
Sheikh Mansour
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08/11/2010 15:01:00

I don't see us winning by 4 goals - that would be too much to expect, maybe 3 though but would be over the bluemoon with ONE.
Thaibluefan
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08/11/2010 23:39:00

I agree Thai ...I would be happy with a 1-0 to City score line.....
Doody
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09/11/2010 03:19:00

 

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