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13 hours ago, Doctor Troy said:

Wonder if Evertonians will be wanking about how great City are if they knock them out of the FA Cup in a couple of weeks stopping them winning a trophy for a 26th year?

I think I can answer this.

 

 

Yes, they will.

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17 hours ago, dockers_strike said:

Will the city fans be shouting this season has an asterisk against it?

Funny funny how things change 

 

@henrywinter Apr 30, 2020

mcfc fans @MoSurrey & @IanCheeseman took views of 2,000 fans and wrote to @premierleague@FA

"to respectfully consider: No football behind closed doors; Cancel the season now to show respect for all the lost lives to the pandemic & the heroic acts of sacrifice shown by so many."

 

https://mobile.twitter.com/henrywinter/status/1255813984508424197

 

 

 

 

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43 minutes ago, Stickman said:

Funny funny how things change 

 

@henrywinter Apr 30, 2020

mcfc fans @MoSurrey & @IanCheeseman took views of 2,000 fans and wrote to @premierleague@FA

"to respectfully consider: No football behind closed doors; Cancel the season now to show respect for all the lost lives to the pandemic & the heroic acts of sacrifice shown by so many."

 

https://mobile.twitter.com/henrywinter/status/1255813984508424197

 

 

 

 

Yes, bunch of hypocritical cunts. Their silence is deafening.

 

Saw an article in the torygraph but it's behind a paywall so cannot see much apart from the first couple of sentences.

 

But, the gist seems to be one or two journos are getting a twitchy sphincter at the thought that city's owner's spending power is going to turn the PL into a one horse title winner like Italy, Germany and France despite our win last season and, that that scenario isnt good for the 'best league' in the world.

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1 minute ago, dockers_strike said:

Yes, bunch of hypocritical cunts. Their silence is deafening.

 

Saw an article in the torygraph but it's behind a paywall so cannot see much apart from the first couple of sentences.

 

But, the gist seems to be one or two journos are getting a twitchy sphincter at the thought that city's owner's spending power is going to turn the PL into a one horse title winner like Italy, Germany and France despite our win last season and, that that scenario isnt good for the 'best league' in the world.


Who could possibly have seen such a thing com...

 

...how does Pep do it?!

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2 minutes ago, dockers_strike said:

Yes, bunch of hypocritical cunts. Their silence is deafening.

 

Saw an article in the torygraph but it's behind a paywall so cannot see much apart from the first couple of sentences.

 

But, the gist seems to be one or two journos are getting a twitchy sphincter at the thought that city's owner's spending power is going to turn the PL into a one horse title winner like Italy, Germany and France despite our win last season and, that that scenario isnt good for the 'best league' in the world.

Yep spot on...

 

Not sure how reliable Castles is but I guess you don’t have to be Woodward and Bernstein to uncover what’s going to happen in the summer 

 

Duncan Castles
@DuncanCastles
Manchester City prepare big summer spend for Pep Guardiola
 
 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Stickman said:

Yep spot on...

 

Not sure how reliable Castles is but I guess you don’t have to be Woodward and Bernstein to uncover what’s going to happen in the summer 

 

Duncan Castles
@DuncanCastles
Manchester City prepare big summer spend for Pep Guardiola
 
 

 

 

Haaland is a definite. They’ll probably try for a cut-price Van Dijk if we miss out on top four too.

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49 minutes ago, TheDrowningMan said:

Haaland is a definite. They’ll probably try for a cut-price Van Dijk if we miss out on top four too.

Yeah, I reckon we'll sell the best centre back in the world, at a cut price, to Manchester City.

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17 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

Yeah, I reckon we'll sell the best centre back in the world, at a cut price, to Manchester City.

Absolute nonsense negativity from the fella Clive.

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Stevie sent off for Rangers at Livingston. Didnt see the incident but presumably he ranted at the ref after Morelos was booked for 'diving' in the box. Have to say united have got plenty of pens for less.

 

EDIT: That offside was very, very close as well.

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2 hours ago, dockers_strike said:

Yes, bunch of hypocritical cunts. Their silence is deafening.

 

Saw an article in the torygraph but it's behind a paywall so cannot see much apart from the first couple of sentences.

 

But, the gist seems to be one or two journos are getting a twitchy sphincter at the thought that city's owner's spending power is going to turn the PL into a one horse title winner like Italy, Germany and France despite our win last season and, that that scenario isnt good for the 'best league' in the world.

What’s that you say Timmy?

Allowing a team with unlimited funds to spend as much as they want every year with no way of halting them financially will eventually ruin the English game?


Gee Timmy that sounds really bad. Maybe we should try and curtail their spending power a bit???

 

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A lot of Arsenal fans I know used to laugh at Liverpool for never winning the Premier league and qualifying for the CL. 

 

17 years since they won the league, barely did fucking anything when they did qualify for the CL and haven't been in it for 3 years.

 

They can't really take the piss out of Tottenham anymore.

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3 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Leicester dropping points away to Burnley. Could B-Rod blow CL qualification for the second year in a row???

Need to get our shit sorted before we worry about them.

A win tomorrow would be massive but we really can't lose, games are starting to run out. 

Hopefully Fabinho and Jota back might gives us a lift

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3 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Leicester dropping points away to Burnley. Could B-Rod blow CL qualification for the second year in a row???

It's almost like injuries have an impact on performance I wonder if the pundits will pick up on this or just put it down to having no fight, the worst Leicester ever!

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Utd 0-0 with Palace and a pretty shite first half....

 

I’m switching over as I’ve seen this film before...Dodgy penalty to Utd midway through the second half and the media then going on about what a genius Fernandes is 

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56 minutes ago, Stickman said:

Utd 0-0 with Palace and a pretty shite first half....

 

I’m switching over as I’ve seen this film before...Dodgy penalty to Utd midway through the second half and the media then going on about what a genius Fernandes is 

Editor's cut has an alternative ending. I much prefer this version to the normal one.

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We’ll beat Chelsea then we’re 5 points behind United and with major players returning can get 2nd place. Still a good CL team it’s all to play for there,  then its VVD back for next season and we can put right a few wrongs.

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