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Not One Of The Better Weeks @ City

Not One Of The Better Weeks @ City

Jesus Christ !!!!!

The Premiership season has not even ended its first week and already City's world seems to be falling apart at the seams.

First we're stuffed by Chelsea, our new 'keeper gets injured before he even plays, Trabelsi can't get a work permit, Hamman's crocked, Corradi gets red carded on his debut and picks up a ban, our fit strikers don't look like they could hit a barn door let alone the back of the net, the display against Pompey was depressing and Ben Thatcher seems to have taken over from Osama Bin-Laden as public enemy number one.

To rub salt into the gaping wounds the Rags are unbeaten and already top of the table and Rooney and Ronaldo are best mates again.

Just when you though it couldn't get any worse we're playing the Gooners tomorrow and boy was I pleased to hear that Lehmann, Henry and Rosicky have all recovered and will be fit for the match.... which.... wait for it ..... is being reffed by Uriah Rennie !!!

Who'd be a City fan ???




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Date:Saturday August 26 2006
Time: 12:18AM

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Distin's staying though, although that news barely made the headlines
bluetone
26/08/2006 00:32:00
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City in shock draw with Gunners is my prediction.... as likely as my other prediction that Lehmann, Henry and Rosicky get p*ssed in Levenshulme after the game.
greyhound
26/08/2006 08:27:00
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Would be better if Lehmann, Henry and Rosicky get p..sed BEFORE the game.
alphieblues
26/08/2006 10:29:00
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they'd still beat us :-)
ronin
26/08/2006 10:31:00
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lol ronin. :)
FEn_100
26/08/2006 13:56:00
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