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Pearce on derby loss (AUDIO)

Stuart Pearce says he hasn't seen a replay of the incident where Michael Ball stamped on Cristiano Ronaldo in the first minute of the match, as he watched on to see his side miss their second successive penalty in the 0-1 defeat, as Man City sign off their home campaign without a goal since New Years' Day, a problem the manager says he needs to address.

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 5 2007

Time: 6:29PM

Your Comments

best bit of the game - Ball stamping on that *****!
merlin
worth the entrance fee alone ...... despite what the tabs may say the ladyboy got his own back with a sly kick after the ball had gone not long after
31 years
hope ball gets banned, whats up with your club, barton now ball, does pearce make a club of physco's
PUREGOLD
grow up ..... out of order and a red card if seen .... bit like the red Rooney got for doing the same to the repulsive ***** in Germany
31 years
PUREGOLD-Lets not forget "fatcher" either...??For a club with so many hardmen (cowards!) they sure do give wimpy/feeble displays on the pitch.Is Ricky Hatton taking the 1st team training or something..??The football Citeah churn out looks like it was coached by Ricky Butcher,that much i do know..!!LMAO
chalky76
And let's not forget Keane, Cantona and co ...... all nasty *****ers who Fergiscum has yet to chastise. If Ball had done that in the first game oif the season every single misguided Ingerland fan would have lauded him along with the sun, mirror and co. How things change in such a short space of time.
31 years
 

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