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Manchester City may have dropped points at Chelsea a few days ago but all that malarkey is water under the bridge. Now we concentrate on another so-called 'big fish and they don't come any bigger than Arsenal.





COME ON CITY...






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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday December 15 2011

Time: 6:34PM

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A Big Fish? I thought "Big Fish" didn't sell their best players, especially to evil oil-rich clubs that are intent on destabilising them?
fifthcolumnblue
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16/12/2011 09:41:00

Careful Fifth, you might upset the moral crusaders.
Bluedub
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16/12/2011 09:45:00

Have you seen their kit for next season then?

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/44188000/jpg/_44188396_knights_ap416.jpg

fifthcolumnblue
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16/12/2011 10:42:00

They won't be such big fish when the best team in England thrashes them on Sunday.
PhillyBlueMoon
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16/12/2011 13:12:00

did any of you fans from the so called best team in europe watch the draw for the knock out stages of the european cup.oh no sorry i forgot the "best team in england " werent in it were they
cornish gooner
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16/12/2011 13:19:00

No such thing as the European Cup Cornish.
Bluedub
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16/12/2011 13:46:00

Looking forward to this match. Should be good entertainment ! I predict the score will be 2-2 !
Strapping Blue
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16/12/2011 13:51:00

yes Cornishgoon, we did see the draw. In years to come you can look back on your last Champion's League draw, just as you look back with misty eyes at the days when the Gooners had no competition at the top of English football besides the rags. Don't particularly fancy your chances against AC either. Oh well, on the birght side, at least being knocked out so early will enable to allow Monsieur Vinegar to concentrate on trying to stay in the top 6 this season.
fifthcolumnblue
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16/12/2011 14:29:00

fifthcolumnblue you really do brighten my day, i have a good chuckle at your posts dont ever change from the comical deluded chap that you are, i take it you are a chap and not a chapess
cornish gooner
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16/12/2011 16:37:00

Glad you like the banter Cornish, was beginning to think all you gooners had had a sever sense of humour bypass.
fifthcolumnblue
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16/12/2011 16:53:00

@fifthcolumnblue AKA mystic meg. A lot of people didn't fancy our chances at the bridge either but we still smashed 5 past them. Nice to see you hold our tiny club in such high esteem....To cite a famous quote, "Talent is God given, be humble. Fame is man-given, be grateful. Conceit is self-given, be careful." (John Wooden). I remember the season that Arsenal went unbeaten, even opposing fans were applauding our team......after one particular game pompey fans were applauding our team even after we gave them a good stuffing, in a later game they gave Henry a standing ovation in which he returned the gesture at the end of the game by wearing a pompey shirt and reciprocating their applause.......and you wonder why you feel the whole world is against City?.......I better wipe my misty eyes now. May the best team win.
gunnerman76
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17/12/2011 03:49:00

The whole world is against City because Henry wore a Pompey shirt?
Bluedub
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17/12/2011 07:01:00

You demonstrate my point about the sense of humour bypass gunnerman;) But hey, I supposed you lot preferred it when we were singing "We're going to win 5-4" when 4-0 down against the Arsenal. Yep, much easier to like us then (Simulates patronising pat on the head).
fifthcolumnblue
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17/12/2011 11:53:00

fifthcolumn a sense of humour is vital, its far to easy to be a miserable *****, long may the banter continue no matter what the result tommorrow, even though we will probably stick 4 or 5 past you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
cornish gooner
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17/12/2011 19:45:00

Good grief. Arsenal paragons of virtue. Paragone down the tunnel every time that by now famous brittle discipline cracks. Chelsea are no great shakes and will be in trouble when the old guard run out of steam. Burned off by Wigan today and nearly lost it but for the ref. Again.
Johnny Baguette
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17/12/2011 19:45:00

City should win this one but can Arsenal get some thing from this ( HOPING). Im fraid Arsenals defence will be too fragile on this occassion .City 3-1.
nickster
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17/12/2011 20:13:00

 

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