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Zaba: We Will Fight Until The End

Zaba: We Will Fight Until The End

On the eve of one of Manchester City's biggest games in modern times, very often the heartbeat of the side Pablo Zabaleta has called The Blues to arms...

Through th'official site Zaba made it clear that Roberto Mancini's men are well up for the mission to Newcastle:

'The momentum within our team is incredible. We won the derby...an incredible result for the players, the Club and the fans and our confidence has never been higher...we have all the incentive we need. We know that we are playing for the title and I think this game will make the difference. We need three points, especially with United playing later in the day.

'We are well aware that if we lose or draw, United can overtake us if they beat Swansea, so we know what is at stake. I can see our players are very focused on the game and there is a very positive atmosphere.'


Hundreds of City fans are already in Newcastle and their passion and belief is mirrored in Zaba's summing up:

'This is a huge opportunity for our club. We are writing our own history as we go along and have two huge games left - our attitude won't change - we will fight until the end.'

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Writer:Johnny Baguette VMC Newsdesk
Date:Saturday May 5 2012
Time: 9:26PM

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