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Moyes On Manchester City's Riches

Video: Everton boss David Moyes spoke to the press ahead of Saturday's Premier League fixture against Manchester City.

Moyes (48) who has been at Goodison Park since 2002 says he and his players are looking forward to the visit of Roberto Mancini's side.

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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 6 2011

Time: 8:21PM

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Nasty Hobitttttsssss. Stole Smeaguls pressssscciousss. Smeagul get pressscccious back.
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06/05/2011 21:07:00

I take it your not a fan of Golam fifth? (lol)
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06/05/2011 21:13:00

I thought he was going to burst into tears any minute ......must admit I had a tear in my eye.
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06/05/2011 22:21:00

It is a testament to how well the manager has done at a club when the opposing supporters can only criticise his appearance, I am sure, given the chance, you would take Moyes without a doubt, has had Mancini in his back pocket and ultimately led to Mancini spitting his dummy. Anyway, you might want to take a look at the mugs at your club before you criticise us, there are some absolute nightmarish mugs at your club
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07/05/2011 06:03:00

Not reallly rob. apart from being an irritant he can't has some major flaws including his inability to identify a decent centre forward. He can stay with you. Thanks anyway.
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07/05/2011 09:00:00

Appearance means nothing to me Rob - incredibly sour attitude means much much more.
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07/05/2011 11:17:00

Take Moyes without a doubt? LMFAO! I'm not doubting he's a good manager Rob but he doesn't come close to Mancini's pedigree.
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07/05/2011 13:55:00

Moyes doesnt come close to Mancini? What a ridiculous statement, ignore the fact that Moyes is now 4 for 4 against that Italian****, he managed to get Everton to 4th and a cup final on a budget of nothing, whereas Mancini has spent well in excess of 150mil to do it.
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07/05/2011 17:02:00

Rob, stop being so silly and educate yourself. Mancini has shown with his cup wins with Lazio and Fiorentina that he can do it on a shoe string. His record speaks for itself.( Sigh! )
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07/05/2011 17:06:00

Not saying Moyes is better than Mancini, but "he doesn't come close to Mancini's pedigree." I dont give a rats arse about what he did in Serie A, fact is, he has been given 150mil in the PREMIER LEAGUE and he has accomplished what Moyes has done on a non-existent budget.
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07/05/2011 17:16:00

You "don't give a rats arse" about his record, sums you up mate.
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07/05/2011 17:18:00

This is the premier league, not serie A, you can win as much serie A titles as you like, doesnt mean you are guaranteed to be a success in the premier league. There is a reason why Moyes is being linked with the United job, hate him or not he is a top manager and now has gotten the better of Mankini 4 straight times, surely that cannot be a coincidence
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07/05/2011 17:29:00

Ok Rob, good man, well in on the win, now be a good little boy and run along. I can't be bothered.
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07/05/2011 17:33:00

Though Mancini is one win away from delivering silverware in his first full season.
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07/05/2011 17:47:00

Let me see now Rob ...Mancini (City) in 4th place and Moyes (Everton) in ermmm 7th if I am not mistaken....oh and Mancini still has a game up his sleeve.
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08/05/2011 08:36:00

Mancini never sets his teams up to kick the opposition. Now correct me if I'm wrong, but if the Premier League wants to be recognised as the best league in the world, then how the hell is kicking your opponenets and playing the long ball game supposed to be a good advert for the beautiful game? I sincerely hope Moyes does take the swamp job after taggart goes, as he will most definitely find himself well out of his depth. If you think Moyes style of football will win anything in Europe then I'll have some of what you're smoking.
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08/05/2011 11:17:00

Moyes is incredibly City obsessed.
Johnny Baguette
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08/05/2011 16:29:00

It's called envy JB.......
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09/05/2011 08:13:00


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