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End of a fantastic season. Just wish united were champions. Fair play city though.



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pezus said:
So very disappointing and I'd like to echo Rol's words:
"Celebrating a team like Manchester City is just wrong."


this is just so so so weak.

Man U paid 60m for two players years ago (ferdinand and Rooney)... probably about 80m in todays money.  Utd bought the title many times spent big money on many players, as did Chelsea, as did Blackburn, as did many other teams.

I am not a city fan...

The hypocricy of football fans is funny.  At least the City owbers are building something propery, as anyone (like me) who lives in the area will tell you. massive infrastructure going on (spending hundreds of millions on the surrounding area)  and community projects.  This really is a dynasty being built... live with it.

"bitter red" will be the new phrase to over take "bitter blue" in the coming years.

I think I'll hop in a cab for a night out in manchester tonight...  could be fun.



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RolStoppable said:
kowenicki said:
Lafiel said:
all your football is all belong to oil

for god sake...

whats your point?

are you saying that this means it cant be entertaining or exciting?

that was the most thrilling end to a football season there has ever been. anywhere... ever...

Doubt it.

The German Bundesliga had Schalke 04 make a comeback from a 0:2 to a 4:2 while Bayern Munich was trailing 0:1 with a poor performance. Schalke 04's game ended; the fans, players and staff were celebrating and in the final minute of injury time Munich scored the 1:1. Schalke was only champion for a few minutes and all their dreams were brutally crushed.


how is that more exciting than this again?  thats EXACTLY what happened here...  except City scored TWICE in injury time to do the same.



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kowenicki said:

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do you support a football team?  if so.. which?

No, I have had incandescent arguments with my dad over this forever. He supports Villa and wants me to.

Here is what I support:

http://pic5.duowan.com/sc2/1106/172836268615/172836281181.jpg

Because this guy went from nothing to the best on the planet at his discipline, and I've supported him from the start in doing so. And the money put into the sport isn't so high as to corrupt anyone.



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kowenicki said:

...

do you support a football team?  if so.. which?

No, I have had incandescent arguments with my dad over this forever. He supports Villa and wants me to.

Here is what I support:

http://pic5.duowan.com/sc2/1106/172836268615/172836281181.jpg

Because this guy went from nothing to the best on the planet at his discipline, and I've supported him from the start in doing so. And the money put into the sport isn't so high as to corrupt anyone.

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So they should... Spent 1billion to win a title so they should win. Sadly football now is just who has more money and rich owners. That's the last time man united will come this close to winning it. City will keep winning now... What a bore football is becoming. The sooner the fair play rules come in, the better.



Like always you seem to hate on United for no reason at all. How can you not be bitter, if you're a United fan and the title slips away like it did here, during the final minutes. It's a normal reaction. What do you mean by United not being a Manchester club? 



kowenicki said:
RolStoppable said:

Doubt it.

The German Bundesliga had Schalke 04 make a comeback from a 0:2 to a 4:2 while Bayern Munich was trailing 0:1 with a poor performance. Schalke 04's game ended; the fans, players and staff were celebrating and in the final minute of injury time Munich scored the 1:1. Schalke was only champion for a few minutes and all their dreams were brutally crushed.

how is that more exciting than this again?  thats EXACTLY what happened here...  except City scored TWICE in injury time to do the same.

Did ManU make a comeback in their game?



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pezus said:

Like always you seem to hate on United for no reason at all. How can you not be bitter, if you're a United fan and the title slips away like it did here, during the final minutes. It's a normal reaction. What do you mean by United not being a Manchester club? 


do you support Man U?



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kowenicki said:
pezus said:
So very disappointing and I'd like to echo Rol's words:
"Celebrating a team like Manchester City is just wrong."


this is just so so so weak.

Man U paid 60m for two players years ago (ferdinand and Rooney)... probably about 80m in todays money.  Utd bought the title many times spent big money on many players, as did Chelsea, as did Blackburn, as did many other teams.

I am not a city fan...

The hypocricy of football fans is funny.  At least the City owbers are building something propery, as anyone (like me) who lives in the area will tell you. massive infrastructure going on (spending hundreds of millions on the surrounding area)  and community projects.  This really is a dynasty being built... live with it.

"bitter red" will be the new phrase to over take "bitter blue" in the coming years.

I think I'll hop in a cab for a night out in manchester tonight...  could be fun.

But from where did ManU originally rise to the top? When Fergie took the helm ManU was almost dropping out of league. After that with excelent coaching and buying right players they managed to rise to the top and now they have huge amount of money to buy players they want because they have been so succesful. Chelsea rose to the top because Abramovich bought the team and spent billions. Same with City.