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Manchester City & Tottenham's Title Credentials

Manchester City & Tottenham's Title Credentials

ESPN football pundits, Gab Marcotti, Janusz Michallik and Tommy Smyth discuss an eventful day (13/01/12) for AC Milan regarding Pato and Carlos Tevez.

In addition the team discuss Manchester City and Tottenham's title credentials and the ongoing tackling debate.

The show, in full lasts 23 minutes.



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Writer:danielqpr
Date:Friday January 13 2012
Time: 7:30PM

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Lots of comments to digest
Chelmspur
13/01/2012 19:49:00
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tumbleweed......
jolmember
13/01/2012 20:00:00
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*swoosh* (of wind)
J.AntonSpur
13/01/2012 20:05:00
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Plenty of pundits reckoning the rags will fall away. We are now seriously mid poor patch. We'll be looking to shore up for the rest of the month and aim to grind out results, I reckon.
Johnny Baguette
13/01/2012 20:40:00
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Many pundits have got it wrong this season especially with the last crop of results .There will be many twists and turns still to come and with three points seperating 1st and 3rd the tilte is wide open and each game will be hard fought it will be a unique season
nickster
13/01/2012 22:05:00
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Quality over quantity any time Spuddies.
fifthcolumnblue
13/01/2012 22:07:00
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Its hilarious how the title race has all of a sudden become about City and Spurs. Where do Utd fit in to all this? We (Spurs) still have a lot to prove and tough away games against City, Liverpool and Arsenal all on the near horizon and even then, picking up points from those fixtures is only part of the puzzle, as without earning maximum points from the "on paper 3 point" fixtures, it all becomes meaningless anyway! Loving the fact we are up there, but it is a marathon, not a sprint, and still a very long way to go! COYS!!!
dave the yid
13/01/2012 22:10:00
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Indeed it is D t Y, may the best team win - as long as it's not the Stretford Redsox!
fifthcolumnblue
13/01/2012 23:24:00
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Taggart's talking about a high points haul, it's certainly going to take something extra to sustain a full charge and I'll hold my hands up, we don't have experience of a Premier League title battle. united cannot be ruled out. The word at City is that Paddy Vieira is proving a real asset through this rough patch, but he won't be coming out of retirement!
Johnny Baguette
14/01/2012 08:14:00
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Tottingham on a good run and are relatively injury and suspension free, can they keep it going? City in a bad spell losing three out of their last 5 games crisis? Still half a season to go and the best will be Champions.
Buzz Lightyear
14/01/2012 09:08:00
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