*****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby Swales4ever » Mon Apr 30, 2012 10:18 pm

I wondered of a back to back demolition all week long (just as every one, I suppose).
but now, after 5 Lagavulin further to a Becks and half packet of Chesterfield, despite being a complete agnostic, I can sense the true peace.
It comes from the deep pleasure of having witnessed the Almighty Citizens beat the horrible cheats fucking bastard red filth by an orgasmic one to nil, despite 5+2 mitutes of fergie times, costantly diving, cheating and seeking in despair for the help of their 12th man, in black.
Scoreline doesn't reflect the game, at all. but it doesn't matter, even more it makes the victory sweeter to me and bitter for them.
Furthermore it shall give a boost of confidence to the players, in the knowledge that now they have proved themselves able even to control a huge game not killed for any meaningless reason.

I'll leave the technical analysis of the game to all other excellent pundit we enjoy onto this great messageboard.

I just am sure that even the three or four reminders of the Mancini doubters have realized what ocean separate the City manager from a clueless: it should have happened when, after 2 and half years of dignified composure in perfect accordance with the tradition of the noble Club he leads, all by sudden he has blatantly attacked, in front of 700 millions people, the living monument of the football world: Sir Cheat. by doing that, he voluntarily damped the last desperate attempt of the old drunk fox to put further pressure on the only man who could have saved them from the failure. and accordingly, he also made a glorious wake up call to the Lads and the whole Blue Army to raise their fight.
that's why I call myself Mancioforever, since when he lead the Club I was born fan of, to defy the evil empire, such as he's now doing for the further glory of MCFC, with class, flair and style: against all odds.

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"In the week following England's defeat in Rotterdam, the FA were shocked to discover not only that they would have to sell the family silver (the FA Cup) to make up for the financial cost of World Cup failure, but also that nobody was queuing up to take over from Taylor. For Swales, it must have been a familiar situation. Few managers with reputations to protect want to cross his threshold at Maine Road either."
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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby PeterParker » Mon Apr 30, 2012 10:18 pm

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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby london blue 2 » Mon Apr 30, 2012 10:20 pm

What he said....










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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby Swales4ever » Mon Apr 30, 2012 10:28 pm

please, please, who is able and can, please do post the original post match interviews of the managers.
also hope for something glorious again from Buzzer, like when they asked if Tevez dived...
"In the week following England's defeat in Rotterdam, the FA were shocked to discover not only that they would have to sell the family silver (the FA Cup) to make up for the financial cost of World Cup failure, but also that nobody was queuing up to take over from Taylor. For Swales, it must have been a familiar situation. Few managers with reputations to protect want to cross his threshold at Maine Road either."
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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby PeterParker » Mon Apr 30, 2012 10:32 pm

Mancio4ever wrote:please, please, who is able and can, please do post the original post match interviews of the managers.
also hope for something glorious again from Buzzer, like when they asked if Tevez dived...


I think the interviews are on bbc's official site. I saw Bob's interview there

Meanwhile, fresh from our club's official fb page :
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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby Swales4ever » Mon Apr 30, 2012 10:57 pm

thanks PP, great shot.

problem is that in certain countries, like Italy, video related to EPL are usually locked for copyrights purposes, I reckon.
It's definitely so for match highlights, not sure for interviews, as I managed to watch them few times.
that's why I am usually not arsed to browse. gonna check straight.

I confess I have a snob attitude toward FB and Tweetter: I refuse them because I feel, right or wrong we already have enough intrusions on our own privacy. as said: snob.
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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby xavi6 » Mon Apr 30, 2012 11:02 pm

Haven't posted in quite a while with loads of shit going on but I had to stop in tonight, what a fucking win! Well worth getting up at 2.30am for.

Barry was immense, along with Zab and Nasri in particular, and we got what we deserved. So proud to be a blue tonight and still cannot believe the position we've got ourselves in.

Now to complete the job over the next two games.

Here's a little poem to finish -

On derby day it was nil all,
Til little Silva whipped in a ball.
Rising high the cross was met, a
And Vinny powered it in the net.

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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby Dendza » Mon Apr 30, 2012 11:06 pm

what a relief... does anyone know what exactly happened between bobby and the bacon face? =)
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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby Blue Jam » Mon Apr 30, 2012 11:14 pm

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That picture tells 1000 stories.

He truly wants it. I know others do but that picture really proves his unmercnenaryness. Vince. I salute you.
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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby mr_nool » Mon Apr 30, 2012 11:15 pm

Blue Jam wrote:
PeterParker wrote:Image

That picture tells 1000 stories.

He truly wants it. I know others do but that picture really proves his unmercnenaryness. Vince. I salute you.


Nicked it for my facebook account. Fantastic pic.
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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby Swales4ever » Mon Apr 30, 2012 11:17 pm

just saw them.
So Sir Cheat, graciously concede they have nothing to claim from the game because they didnt tested the keeper enough...
actually they played 9 behind and never shooted on goal. their whole inspired game plan was keep it tight and hope for the ref being fished by a Young's dive. scared to death.
he didnt waive to single out what dangerous tackler Nige is.
comedy gold.

and what a fucking drunk pronunciation that "they 'nly nid to win win 2 game of fiutbal" was?
even myself can do better, can I?
not...maybe... ?
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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby phips » Mon Apr 30, 2012 11:33 pm

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Where'd you get the pics phips?

daily mail I think? I just typed in 'Mancini vs. Alex Ferguson' in google.
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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby phips » Mon Apr 30, 2012 11:36 pm

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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby JoeHartTheIronCurtain » Mon Apr 30, 2012 11:46 pm

I can't believe this it was a few weeks ago I threw my phone out my window to be crushed by cars in anger when we lost to Arsenal, I can not believe it, magic
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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby Duckman » Tue May 01, 2012 1:14 am

fucking scum battered. no shot on target. two yellow cards undeserved. barry awesome. nasri and clichy too. lesco almost perfect. Im so happy for our team. cheers.
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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby Dameerto » Tue May 01, 2012 1:46 am

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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby dazby » Tue May 01, 2012 2:27 am

A great performance by the lads. The rags were very tight defensively but offered naff all going forward. It's a shame we didn't score 2 as the balance of play deserved more than the 1-0 scoreline.

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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby Swales4ever » Tue May 01, 2012 2:32 am

if someone had to lose it or just want to file, here it is. courtesy of Bluemoon.

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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby xavi6 » Tue May 01, 2012 3:01 am

Just going to leave this here -

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1164 ... nt-kompany?

Manchester City vs Manchester United: Wayne Rooney Will Dominate Vincent Kompany

Vincent Kompany's length on defense makes him a valuable and productive player for Manchester City, but he will not contain Wayne Rooney.

Manchester City and Manchester United will renew their bitter rivalry on Monday, April 30 at Etihad Stadium.

The Kompany-Rooney matchup is key in deciding the outcome of this match.

Rooney has been playing out of his mind, and Kompany's valiant effort isn't likely to bring him to his senses.

Rooney has 26 goals in 29 games started this season in Premier League play. That total only trails Robin van Persie of Arsenal for the Premier League Golden Boot award.

Kompany is a good fit as a Rooney-stopper, but his inability to accomplish his goal is not a discredit to him. It's more of an acknowledgement of just how good Rooney is playing.

Kompany's best chance is to try and frustrate Rooney with physical play. Manchester City can only hope to have Rooney lose his temper and concentration.

But Rooney is so strong and stout on challenges, he is normally able to stand up to physical attempts to disturb ball control.

Yet Rooney is unselfish and patient.

He will allow his teammates to shine. Then when it appears he is working in the confines of the Man U attack, he will explode. Much like he did against Everton on Sunday.

Rooney had two goals in the match that ended in a 4-4 draw.

I expect No. 10 to stay hot and lead the Man U past Man City.

It's the truth, drink it straight.

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Re: *****Official Derby of all Time match thread*****

Postby ashton287 » Tue May 01, 2012 7:05 am

Yesterday was EPIC.

The only thing wrong with the night was the thick cunts throwing fireworks at the rags, non of them even reached the rags. They all landed in our own fans. SPASTICS.

Fucking love the "it's not over, they are favourites" line. I cannot wait to hear it after the QPR game when they ask him what it feels like to be champions.
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