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What Were Your Magical Memories Of Season 2010/11?

What Were Your Magical Memories Of Season 2010/11?

What were your Manchester City magical memories of season 2010/11?

On a personal note there are a couple of memories that will stick in my head for years to come, however on this occasion we at VMC would like to hear what you have to say. If you want to list them in order then please feel free to do so either in the comments section directly below this article or via the City Chat forum.

ESPN football pundit, Robbie Earle looks back at Manchester City's season.





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Writer:danielqpr
Date:Monday May 30 2011
Time: 9:18AM

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I think my abiding memory of this season was the unbelievabley pattronising crap we had to put up with from l'arsenal fans after our resolute 0-0 at the Emirates. We were ruining the beautiful game we were told, we were the most boring team ever, we had somehow "sullied" the Emirates with our defensive rearguard action. But who's laughing now? Mancini knew he couldn't afford to lose that game, so with his fatigued and injury-plagued squad he went out to not lose. As it turns out, that was the correct decision, as that point proved invaluable in us finishing 3rd - one place an three points ahead of "Barcenal" LOL.
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