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Give It Everything For MCFC

Next week provides immense opportunities all round for everyone connected with Manchester City Football Club.

It is set up to be one of the most important week's of Stuart Pearce's career and it is a chance for him to prove his commitment to us all and to the cause.

It is yet another chance for the players who have let us all and indeed Pearce down so badly this season to get stuck in, stop mincing about and attempt to restore their by now p*sspoor reputations.

We are taking 7500 devoted Blues to Ewood Park and they deserve absolute effort from the manager right through to the last substitute. Nothing less is acceptable.

This is also an opportunity for the travelling 7500 to show the City board, Pearce and his players how much Manchester City means to us all. They should all be left in no doubt what it means To Be Blue.

Bluewatch MCFC, a group of dedicated City fans whose main aim is to improve the atmosphere and matchday experience have launched a fans campaign 'Blue Is The Colour Brother' for the Quarter Final.

All City fans know that miracles can and do happen. Come On City. One last blast. Give us the revival to beat all revivals. Give it everything at Blackburn and see where it takes us. Then Chelski, YOU will be next.

Bluewatch MCFC:
http://www.bluewatchmcfc.co.uk/



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Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Wednesday March 7 2007
Time: 9:46PM

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