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Newcastle v Man City - Tues 19th Apr 19:45

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Probably a win for City who, very annoyingly, seem to be finding their form about three weeks too late.

The bastards.
 
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Last time Newcastle beat Man City, Alan Shearer and Michael Owen were in the team.
 

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Yeah, City are 18 games unbeaten against their hosts. That's embarrassing. Maybe they'll change that tonight, Silva is missing and Delph and Fernando aren't that intimidating midfielders. Although hard to see how the Toon's defence could keep Aguero quiet all game.
 

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Big Rafa's got this :ohn:
 

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Kolarov dived to win the free kick and then Aguero was fifteen miles offside for the goal it lead to.

Bloody officials and their conspiracies against City.
 

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How did the linesman not see that Aguero was offside? He stood offside before the kick was taken and then didn't move. Couldn't have made it much easier for the official really

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Watching Navas try to football is absolutely excruciating. I detest Manchester as much as the next rational person. I enjoy it when Demichelis redefines 'hapless'. I take great pleasure in Toure whinging about whatever it is he's whinging about this time that he's whinging about something. It is thoroughly gratifying to watch Mangala be physically crushed by the weight of his transfer fee (fair enough he's been alright recently).

But even I have to take my hand away from my glans when Navas mis-controls, or makes a needless foul, or strays offside unnecessarily, or runs it out of play under no pressure, or over/underhits his cross under no pressure, or misplaces a pass under no pressure, or bottles his shot under no pressure. Watching that talentless c*** steal a living and fuck shit up time after time after time makes me furious in a way that even genocide, or under-ripe avocados, or over-ripe avocados can't manage. He's like an even shitter Ivan Sproule.

Presumably he's the kind of saucy minx that maintains eye contact with those luscious baby blues as he gobbles Pellegrini's spicy sausage because there is no way that overgrown homunculus in boots gets picked on form.
 

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Have to say, fair play Newcastle, this is excellent.
 

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Watching Navas try to football is absolutely excruciating. I detest Manchester as much as the next rational person. I enjoy it when Demichelis redefines 'hapless'. I take great pleasure in Toure whinging about whatever it is he's whinging about this time that he's whinging about something. It is thoroughly gratifying to watch Mangala be physically crushed by the weight of his transfer fee (fair enough he's been alright recently).

But even I have to take my hand away from my glans when Navas mis-controls, or makes a needless foul, or strays offside unnecessarily, or runs it out of play under no pressure, or over/underhits his cross under no pressure, or misplaces a pass under no pressure, or bottles his shot under no pressure. Watching that talentless c*** steal a living and fuck shit up time after time after time makes me furious in a way that even genocide, or under-ripe avocados, or over-ripe avocados can't manage. He's like an even shitter Ivan Sproule.

Presumably he's the kind of saucy minx that maintains eye contact with those luscious baby blues as he gobbles Pellegrini's spicy sausage because there is no way that overgrown homunculus in boots gets picked on form.

I say something to this effect every week, albeit without any of the grace or eloquence. A truly useless c*** he is. Thought I'd bump out the c word since we're all in the mood tonight. Bearing all that in mind...

Navas has played in more games for Manchester City than any other player this season.

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The Aguero goal was one of the worst missed offside calls I've ever seen. Can't actually recall a worse one. The linesman should be demoted instantly.
 

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Certainly Newcastle look much improved under Rafa.
 

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Decent point that.
Certainly showed how to give City a game and not roll over and die before the game even kicked off, like we did
 

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The Aguero goal was one of the worst missed offside calls I've ever seen. Can't actually recall a worse one. The linesman should be demoted instantly.

This, it was a disgrace to miss that it wasn't even close. Those 2 points dropped from Newcastle or the Point woin under dodgy circumstances could have a huge bearing on both ends of the table
 

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they should give us the 3 points and sack all the officials imvho
 

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I say something to this effect every week, albeit without any of the grace or eloquence. A truly useless c*** he is. Thought I'd bump out the c word since we're all in the mood tonight. Bearing all that in mind...

Navas has played in more games for Manchester City than any other player this season.

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The Aguero goal was one of the worst missed offside calls I've ever seen. Can't actually recall a worse one. The linesman should be demoted instantly.
John Terry v Everton in 435th minute this season is far worse
 

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Always liked Benitez.

I'd like him to succeed and take Newcastle into next season, but I know he'd turn them into a bogey-side for us.
 

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Navas has played in more games for Manchester City than any other player this season.

That is outrageous. Maybe he goes the whole hog and lets Pellegrini go for the money shot? Although if that were the case you'd think he might have learned a thing or two about finishing.
 

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Man City have been on fire lately and a certain someone has popped into each match day thread once the result was beyond doubt to wave his penis around.

Not seen him tonight.
 

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It's mainly because he's the only player who hasn't been out injured.

Anyway. Didn't watch it because I was at a meeting all night, but I'm led to believe it was mildly shit.

Ho hum. 'The Battle For Fourth Continues'
 

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it's a c*** conspiracy ran by c*** and those c*** can consider themselves fucking blocked c***

You're not allowed to say naughty words anymore. It's against the rules.
 

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That's not true at all.

Direct and continuous personal insults directed at one person which may or may not contain swearing are something else, I believe.

Nice attempt to be cryptic about the two warnings you've received, though.
 
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I'd like to take this post to say what a wonderfully valiant effort that was yesterday, G.B, and that it is a shame the Geordies were not rewarded the 3 points that performance warranted. Always liked Newcastle me, and sincerely hope our beloved Rafa can keep the toon up.

This is on behalf of every United supporter - whether they agree or not - in all the lands. Respect, brother.
 
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This is on behalf of every United supporter - whether they agree or not - in all the lands. Respect, brother.

But, apparently not at Old Trafford tonight.
 

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