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12 February 2016 21:30 Post ID: #566237
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Their shame clearly knows no depths as the BBC suck up to the rags big time. They reckon that 9.5% of the World's population 'support' them.

Clearly the age of mass delusion is not over.

Are Man Utd about to rule the world?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/z9j9j6f

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12 February 2016 22:09 Post ID: #566239 - in reply to #566237
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Wouldn't piss on them if they were on fire.
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13 February 2016 08:34 Post ID: #566246 - in reply to #566237
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Clearly prompted by the announcement of how much profit the rags have made but it seems to be a massive leap prompted by their supporters in the heart of the BBC - something to distract their global fan base (9.5% of the whole population of the world remember) from how sh*t their football has been and how they haven't won anything for the past two seasons and are on the verge of making that three in a row.

It is amusing how, when it suits them, City are "The Richest Club in the World" but then they choose to ignore the club when making the comparisons.
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13 February 2016 11:16 Post ID: #566250 - in reply to #566237
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Beware of fairweather friends

Man City's fanbase grows 523% as rivals Man Utd see worrying 19% drop off

http://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/556096/Manchester-City-fan-...

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13 February 2016 14:41 Post ID: #566271 - in reply to #566250
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Sunderland's win today won't stop the BBC's rolling rag domination theme but eventually, in time, their support WILL start to dwindle.

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13 February 2016 15:14 Post ID: #566279 - in reply to #566271
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well they have gone with Sunderland beat lack lustre United, Top of the league beat us and we get Leicester Stun City.

It will be another generation before we can catch them up, a whole lot of new fans need to see us winning things and we are bobbins just now.
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15 February 2016 06:50 Post ID: #566483 - in reply to #566237
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I really shouldn't have been surprised but still disappoints me this piece of 'journalism'.

Masquerading as a 'business' piece it is a thinly veiled effort to find a bright side in an otherwise awful season for the rags. Playing deadly dull football all season every goal is praised as wonderful, every win the start of their revival. It singularly fails to consider how poor they have been at their core business - playing football, entertaining their fans and winning trophies. No focus on the potential impact of a potential failure to qualify for the top European competition for the second time in three years. No focus on the impact of a potential failure to secure a trophy for a third successive season.

Slanted and biased.

I expect more from the BBC :no:
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