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Manchester City 1 - Tottenham 2

Premier League



Attendance: 41,893

Referee: Mike Dean

Manchester City
1 - 2
Robinho (16)
Bent (29,64)
Venue: CoMS
Attendance: 41,893
The Teams
Joe Hart
Heurelho Gomes
Richard Dunne
Jonathan Woodgate
Javier Garrido
Benoit Assou-Ekotto
Pablo Zabaleta
Vedran Corluka
Micah Richards
Ledley King
Stephen Ireland
Didier Zokora
Gelson Fernandes
Luka Modric
Darius Vassell
Jermaine Jenas
David Bentley
Tom Huddlestone
Darren Bent
Kasper Schmeichel
Sanchez Cesar
Tal Ben Haim
Michael Dawson
Nedum Onuoha
Alan Hutton
Dietmar Hamann
Jamie O'Hara
Roman Pavlyuchenko
Fraizer Campbell
Ched Evans
Aaron Lennon
Game Statistics
Goal Attempts
On Target
Yellow Cards
Red Cards

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday November 9 2008

Time: 5:21PM

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Well I told u earlier the Richest Club tag make the referees angry for some(!) reasons & they start to give all the time crap decisions.We had it in the past now u r having it.Anyhow will be interesting to see how u go for January & how many players in the world are money lovers bcoz if u don't qualify at least for UEFA I guess it will be interesting to see which big players u will sign.KAKA,MESSI!!
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09/11/2008 17:32:00

Mike Dean was a complete and utter *****. I didn't think Dunne deserved a straight red, it was a mere coming together. Assou-Ekotto could be argued to have deserved a yellow, but the ref was harsh sending two of your guys off.
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09/11/2008 17:45:00

Every bluebottle from Chelski and every coacroach from the Rags is over here voting for Gelson. I think we should have a City fans poll on this. Tudor what can you do?
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09/11/2008 17:55:00

If you want to poll the question sinbad, you have the power!! Go for it.
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09/11/2008 18:13:00

come on othello if he was going to give a free (and from what i heard on radio it was) then he had to be sent off. fernandes i cant uderstand y u feel hard done by as they werent really bad descisions. But 2 yellow cards = a red so he had to be sent off. Remember u can be sent off for taking a free too quick and taking ur shirt off but the rules are rules not matter how soft they seem.
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09/11/2008 21:10:00

Whatever happend today, City are in the position we are in now because we failed to contain Liverpool and Newcastle from winning positions and were unable to beat Wigan, Bolton and Boro.
Johnny Baguette
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09/11/2008 21:15:00

deserved or not the sending off changed the game.....Spuds made good use of the extra passing the ball around and keeping possession...... ......but it really is time Ref's started to use a little common sense, and gave the odd warning to players without giving a yellow...!!!
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10/11/2008 08:38:00

Hey Lincoln when you're on a yellow you shouldn't be lunging in like an idiot,it was his own fault and he deserved to go,its not the refs job to coddle players into making the right decision.
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10/11/2008 18:01:00


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