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Match Highlights: Man City 1-2 Barcelona

Match Highlights: Man City 1-2 Barcelona

Manchester City TV brings viewers highlights of the City Elite Development Squad versus FC Barcelona in the NextGen Series.

The game took place at Ewen Field, Hyde, Thursday 15 September 2011 and was watched by a very impressive 2,067 fans. The referee was Mr R Joyce.

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I'm sure I recognise the chap who introduces the clip. Is it Danny?



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Writer:danielqpr
Date:Friday September 16 2011
Time: 5:49PM

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Yeah, its Fanzone Danny. According to the Daily Mail, Barca "taught City a lesson". I'm sure watching the video will show people the real story that it was a close match and that the Daily Mail were again promoting their anti-City agenda.
StuMCFC
16/09/2011 18:30:00
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Yeah, its Fanzone Danny. According to the Daily Mail, Barca "taught City a lesson". I'm sure watching the video will show people the real story that it was a close match and that the Daily Mail were again promoting their anti-City agenda.
StuMCFC
16/09/2011 18:30:00
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I agree Stu, unlucky not to go ahead in the first half, but the youngsters will benefit from this and if they see that the other team is fitter, then that must help them. As for the media, well were they there or have they guessed what happened merely from the result, I would suggest the latter, as the highlights show, we were quite impressive at times.
buzz lightyear
16/09/2011 23:19:00
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I agree Stu, unlucky not to go ahead in the first half, but the youngsters will benefit from this and if they see that the other team is fitter, then that must help them. As for the media, well were they there or have they guessed what happened merely from the result, I would suggest the latter, as the highlights show, we were quite impressive at times.
buzz lightyear
16/09/2011 23:19:00
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The boy Henshaw looks the part.
Johnny Baguette
17/09/2011 07:57:00
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The boy Henshaw looks the part.
Johnny Baguette
17/09/2011 07:57:00
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