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Psycho: Fans are getting a raw deal

Manchester City have a chance to turn their season on its head this weekend. The Citzens are away at Blackburn Rovers where a place in the semi-finals of the FA Cup is up for grabs. The Sky Blues haven't won a league match since New Years Day and looking ahead to the match, boss Stuart Pearce says the supporters have every right to be disgruntled.

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 9 2007

Time: 1:34PM

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From your teams point of view you should be glad that West Ham, Watford and Charlton are worse.... At least when we (Blackburn) beat you tomorrow you can focus on staying up - which is far more important..
Wellsy
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09/03/2007 14:51:00

Your playing us tomorrow? I guess you will win then because there will be no City team at Ewood tomorrow.
mcfcandy
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09/03/2007 15:35:00

Fair play mate - It would have been an easy game.
Wellsy
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09/03/2007 16:39:00

Could be a much closer encounter than many people think. City going into it as clear underdogs and Typical City down the years have a record for upsets. That's as long as they come out all guns blazing as opposed to all pea shooters blazing. Mpenza and Vassell up front from the start could be interesting. Pearce being Pearce will probably go for the high ball scrapping and clogging approach. Prove me wrong, Psycho.
Johnny Baguette
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09/03/2007 17:50:00

Got to be looking over your shoulders now.....
col8
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11/03/2007 23:05:00

 

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