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Hart: Rag Leg-end's Party Days Are Numbered

Hart: Rag Leg-end's Party Days Are Numbered



Derby Build Up: City and England Number One Joe Hart has responded to the news that instantly forgettable former rag David May is to hold an anti-City party in town...

May, backed by a pisspoor 68 league starts for United across the 8 years he was on their books following a £1.5 million transfer from Blackburn in 1994 (how much would that be worth now?) will inexplicably host a 'Man City 35 years without success' party in Manchester on Friday night.

Inexplicable in the fact that the Oldham born ex-footballer hardly falls into the Footballing success bracket himself.

Lest we forget, the international cap-less May infamously made the bench for the 1999 Champions League final. He didn't play one minute but pathetically led the on pitch celebrations before his subsequent loan to Hudderfield Town.

Joe Hart:

'I assume they are doing it because there won't be many more of them.'
Harty will represent England in the midweek friendly against Denmark.


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Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Tuesday February 8 2011
Time: 10:55AM

Comments

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David May is filth, a City fan who signed for United, was garbage, and suddenly started supporting them. Even footballers can be glory hunters it seems, I've known almost no City fans to switch allegiances though so that makes him extra vile scum.
StuMCFC
08/02/2011 16:16:00
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Whatever you say Hart... Real classy with the pole BTW it really emphasises your obsession with us, no wait, that aint right is it?
TheFamousNo7
08/02/2011 20:16:00
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David May.... a tosser..... nothing more, nothing less, and not a good defender either.....
cityman51
08/02/2011 20:46:00
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David May has now cancelled his event.
Johnny Baguette
09/02/2011 12:06:00
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