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Video: RTE TV Presenter Crucifies Manchester City

TV football pundit, Eamon Dunphy who works for Irish TV station RTE crucified Manchester City FC on Wednesday night following the clubs Champions League defeat at Ajax.

The 67-year-old former York City, Millwall, Charlton and Reading midfielder venomously crucified players such as Yaya Toure by saying he looked as though he was lounging around the midfield like a lounge lizard...looks like his wage packet fell on his foot!

I appreciate the 3-1 defeat in Amsterdam wasn't our finest hour, nevertheless his personal attack against our beloved club, in my opinion went too far.

The YouTube clip looks as though the footage was recorded on an old Betamax video recorder, however, its watchable - just!

Take a look and tell us what you think via the comments section directly below this article.



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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday October 26 2012

Time: 8:38AM

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Royston Vasey Keane's right hand man is vile.
Johnny Baguette
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26/10/2012 09:07:00

Royston Vasey Keane's right hand man is vile.
Johnny Baguette
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26/10/2012 09:07:00

Well known in Ireland , north and south as being an absolute dick! And a RAG to boot. Never listen to the C*NT boys. Nobody else does.
Belfastblue
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26/10/2012 09:46:00

Well known in Ireland , north and south as being an absolute dick! And a RAG to boot. Never listen to the C*NT boys. Nobody else does.
Belfastblue
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26/10/2012 09:46:00

musings of a sad rag, what next the City team is in it for the money, nothing else, But at Old Trafford, there is a team that 'wants to win'....etc etc etc.... bull***** from a sad rag, but we've heard it all before, so as Belfastblue says take no notice....
cityman51
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26/10/2012 17:31:00

musings of a sad rag, what next the City team is in it for the money, nothing else, But at Old Trafford, there is a team that 'wants to win'....etc etc etc.... bull***** from a sad rag, but we've heard it all before, so as Belfastblue says take no notice....
cityman51
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26/10/2012 17:31:00

What a sad old w****r. I hear what everyone's saying above and it was great to have the warning because you'd otherwsie think this was a spoof or a rag convention. For him to be allowed to deliver this sort of personal biased opinion largely based on an assertion made more than once that he doesn't like a club's manager is a disgrace. I pay him no heed but for him to be able to pontificate at that length is just *****e on the part of the tv programme and the host. What a load of old crap. Hell's teeth and I thought the Scouser *****s were bad enough over here in the UK.
Skoorb
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26/10/2012 19:17:00

What a sad old w****r. I hear what everyone's saying above and it was great to have the warning because you'd otherwsie think this was a spoof or a rag convention. For him to be allowed to deliver this sort of personal biased opinion largely based on an assertion made more than once that he doesn't like a club's manager is a disgrace. I pay him no heed but for him to be able to pontificate at that length is just *****e on the part of the tv programme and the host. What a load of old crap. Hell's teeth and I thought the Scouser *****s were bad enough over here in the UK.
Skoorb
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26/10/2012 19:17:00

Hmm. Eamon Dunphy, Eamon Holmes. Seems to be a connection between the name and being a rag twunt.
fifthcolumnblue
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26/10/2012 20:32:00

Hmm. Eamon Dunphy, Eamon Holmes. Seems to be a connection between the name and being a rag twunt.
fifthcolumnblue
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26/10/2012 20:32:00

 

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