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    ^Thanks for that.

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    E.T.I.H.A.D

    Eleven Twats In Hiding After Defeat...

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    Twas a bad day. Not hiding, regrouping.
    I take consolation from the fact that several Chelsea coaches got windows put in.
    Chelsea headhunters We shit em.

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    Manchester City moved up to second in the Premier League table as Arsenal squandered a lead to lose for the second successive game.

    Theo Walcott's cool fifth-minute finish from Alexis Sanchez's pass put the Gunners in control at the interval - but the second half brought a familiar painful fate for manager Arsene Wenger and his players.

    As at Everton on Tuesday, they were overpowered and the credits were rolling once Leroy Sane ran on to David Silva's pass to beat Petr Cech with Arsenal appealing in vain for offside.

    Mesut Ozil shrank from the occasion and wandered around aimlessly and ineffectively

    City were on a roll and Arsenal were on the rack, the winner coming 19 minutes from time when Raheem Sterling was the beneficiary of Kevin de Bruyne's brilliant pass to arrow a low finish past Cech at his near post.

    It bolstered City's title ambitions...

    Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal - BBC Sport

    The oddest thing in football at the moment, there are still Arsenal fans who think they can win major titles under Wenger. How long does anyone need at one club? How many years is it since won the league now?

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    Zippy HAMMERED playing I'm forever blowing bubbles...





    West Hams new pitch is a yard too big on every side for their own good.
    It's been a while since I've seen City enjoy that much space.


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    Apparently some Chinese visitors to London rang up West Ham to ask "what time is kick off?".

    The answer?

    "Every fifteen minutes".

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    Dirty b'stard Spurs.
    We should be second in the table now.
    It's not over till the fat Lulu's sings

    Poor Harry Kane
    Poor old Harry Kane
    Found near a hospital down South
    Poor Harry Kane
    Poor old Harry Kane
    Sounds like he's got a tampon in his mouth.

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    Prediction. ...

    Tonight's the night the tide changes in the title race.
    Bournemouth 0 City 2
    7 points behind Chelski and in second place.

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    What a prediction, get in!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Prediction. ...

    7 points behind Chelski
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    What a prediction, get in!!


    Somebody's missing finger or toe.

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    FOL
    C'mon City

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
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    Prediction. ...

    7 points behind Chelski
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    What a prediction, get in!!


    Somebody's missing finger or toe.
    Guess the debt collectors got started on him already.

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    Citeh take on the mighty Terriers (Huddersfield Town) in this weekend's FA 5th Round. At fortress John Smiths Stadium.

    Before the scoffing sounds, Huddersfield have been on a great Championship run lately, stuffing leaders Brighton, then derby rivals Leeds Utd, and then doing QPR away in their last 3 matches.
    I bet Citeh are not relishing the trip East over the Pennines this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart View Post
    Citeh take on the mighty Terriers (Huddersfield Town) in this weekend's FA 5th Round. At fortress John Smiths Stadium.

    Before the scoffing sounds, Huddersfield have been on a great Championship run lately, stuffing leaders Brighton, then derby rivals Leeds Utd, and then doing QPR away in their last 3 matches.
    I bet Citeh are not relishing the trip East over the Pennines this weekend.
    Got a mate who supports both teams and he's buzzing at the extra revenue Huddersfield will get to buy a much needed new striker.
    They are definately not a team to be underestimated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    Got a mate who supports both teams and he's buzzing at the extra revenue Huddersfield will get to buy a much needed new striker

    200 travelling City fans doesnt a Ronaldo make







    Last edited by Dillinger; 15-02-2017 at 07:37 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
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    Citeh take on the mighty Terriers (Huddersfield Town) in this weekend's FA 5th Round. At fortress John Smiths Stadium.

    Before the scoffing sounds, Huddersfield have been on a great Championship run lately, stuffing leaders Brighton, then derby rivals Leeds Utd, and then doing QPR away in their last 3 matches.
    I bet Citeh are not relishing the trip East over the Pennines this weekend.
    Got a mate who supports both teams and he's buzzing at the extra revenue Huddersfield will get to buy a much needed new striker.
    They are definately not a team to be underestimated.
    Citeh are my #2 team after my home town side also. Your mate is dead right about the extra revenue that will be generated this weekend.

    Hudds just won again in the Championship last night, too. -They will probably be knackered for Saturday now.

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    ^0-0. Terriers goals ruled out for offside... Lucky Citeh.

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    ^ even better for Huddersfield, more TV payouts and a few quid from a quarter full Emtihad

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    ^Yep. Maybe a couple of new strikers then.

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    What a night, started out pissing down and ended up with the Blue moon shining over Manchester


    Full house at the "Emptihad"


    2-1 down at half time and NO alcohol served at Champions League matches

    But, we are City...We fight to the end...

    Credit were credit is due Monaco are an attacking side, even with the referee on their side.


    The kids and i are on this clip @14min 16 secs

    Still deafened from Aguero's volley, my man of the match.

    One of the best matches i've been to since Gillingham at Wembley in 1999.

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    Great game.

    Pep needs to swallow his pride and admit Joe Hart is a better keeper than those he has at present.

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    Everytime our keeper had possession in the first half he made me cringe in anticipation, I'd prefer Hart back.

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    your defence would have Neuer and De Gea on tenterhooks.

    i cant wait til you bump into Real Madrid or Bayern

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