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13 minutes ago, Reckoner said:

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.

 

The top 2 may end up being an almost exact reversal of last season's positions and winning margin... perhaps a 40-point turnaround.

 

PS. imagine Shanks or Bob enthusing about a possible run at being runner's up.

 

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7 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

Penalty had an absolute shocker. 

 

And VAR has dropped off in assists.  

It needs to start fizzing in a few no-look through balls again, like Thiago.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, skaro said:

 

The top 2 may end up being an almost exact reversal of last season's positions and winning margin... perhaps a 40-point turnaround.

 

PS. imagine Shanks or Bob enthusing about a possible run at being runner's up.

 

Well if it is at least we’ve seen how quickly it can all change with bad injuries and loss of confidence, or in Citys case confidence growing by the game.

 

First is first, second is nowhere was once true, but these days fourth place often saves your job. We have supporters talking about dominating Far East markets as much as football.

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1 minute ago, skaro said:

 

And VAR has dropped off in assists.

 

 

A few words from the big German lad and they've both shit themselves. 

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7 minutes ago, Reckoner said:

Well if it is at least we’ve seen how quickly it can all change with bad injuries and loss of confidence, or in Citys case confidence growing by the game.

 

First is first, second is nowhere was once true, but these days fourth place often saves your job. We have supporters talking about dominating Far East markets as much as football.

 

Perhaps it'll end up like 1981.

Win the European Cup, 5th place in the League - then a little reset - followed by three consecutive League titles!

 

 

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5 minutes ago, skaro said:

 

Perhaps it'll end up like 1981.

Win the European Cup, 5th place in the League - then a little reset - followed by three consecutive League titles!

 

 

Maybe but Paisley is not facing a dodgy middle eastern regime with unlimited resources using sport to whitewash its image

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5 minutes ago, bizzle10 said:

Maybe but Paisley is not facing a dodgy middle eastern regime with unlimited resources using sport to whitewash its image

Yeah but if he was he’d fucking nail it.

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4 minutes ago, bizzle10 said:

Maybe but Paisley is not facing a dodgy middle eastern regime with unlimited resources using sport to whitewash its image

And when Paisley dipped into the lower leagues North West for reinforcements, he came up with Ian Rush.

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1 minute ago, dockers_strike said:

4 draws for united in their last 5 games. Over 4 hours without a goal as well! What happened, some seemed to think they were going to win the league this year?

Just got the Manc suffixes wrong.

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28 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

A few words from the big German lad and they've both shit themselves. 


‘What?! Something I said???’

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56 minutes ago, Barrington Womble said:

Why is there not a full set of fixtures this week? It looks like only 7 games of a possible 10? 

The games this midweek have been moved forward for teams that are still in the FA Cup.

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1 hour ago, Stickman said:

Ole ...”We’ll put up a fight we won’t let Man City run away with it”

His little sly dig a few weeks ago about just them and Leicester holding city to account. Poor man United having to cheer on your city rivals.

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We've got to finish above Everton. I mean our injuries are the only reason they are anywhere near us let alone level with a game in hand but still we seriously need to get our shit together.

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26 minutes ago, Barrington Womble said:

cheers - so we will have a blank saturday somewhere along the line then? 

We play Wolves on Monday 15th and then don’t play again until Saturday 3rd April against Arsenal (the date of this is subject to change as the TV games for April haven’t been confirmed yet). The Chelsea match was due to be played on Saturday the 20th but got moved forward due to Chelsea still being in the FA Cup.

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