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   Otamendi scores the winner as City win 2-1 at  the  swamp  :  Next game Wednesday  13th December   Swansea (A)   8 PM 

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Manchester City Chat / Re: Fixtures 2017/2018
« Last post by Moon on Today at 05:52:57 PM »
Champions League and  FA  Cup  added
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Manchester City Chat / Re: City draw Basel in Champions League
« Last post by Moon on Today at 05:48:07 PM »
Away game

Tuesday 13th February 7.45 PM

Home game

Wednesday 7th March 7.45  PM
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Manchester City Chat / Burnley FA Cup tickets
« Last post by Moon on Today at 04:16:50 PM »
Tickets from a tenner
Its a move for me as Burnley got top 2 tiers of the South Stand


https://www.mancity.com/news/tickets-and-travel/tickets-and-travel/2017/december/man-city-v-burnley-fa-cup-ticket-information
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Manchester City Chat / Swansea v City
« Last post by Moon on Today at 03:58:42 PM »
City  go  to  Swansea at 8 PM  on Wednesday 13th December.

Would  think Kompany  out  though  havent  heard  anything  and  possibly  Aguero  will  come  in  for  Jesus.


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Manchester City Chat / Re: City v Scum.
« Last post by Chippy_Tea on Today at 03:12:47 PM »
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho had water and milk thrown at him and Manchester City coach Mikel Arteta suffered a cut head during a post-match row.

United were upset at what they viewed as an excessive City reaction to Sunday's 2-1 win at Old Trafford, which sent them 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League.

City's players celebrated in front of their fans after the final whistle and coaching staff tried to persuade manager Pep Guardiola to join them, but he refused.

After the players headed down the tunnel, it is understood Mourinho made his feelings known outside the visitors' dressing room as he made his way to post-match interviews.

The City camp reacted, with Brazil goalkeeper Ederson and Mourinho exchanging words angrily in Portuguese - but Mourinho carried out his post-match media engagements as normal and made no mention of it.

Arteta was left with a cut, though it is unclear how it was caused and sources from both clubs say no punches were thrown during the incident.

Read more - http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/42306141



Funny how he gores mad about excessive City reaction but its ok to do this -







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Manchester City Chat / Re: City draw Basel in Champions League
« Last post by Cardiff Blue on Today at 02:22:12 PM »
Good draw for City, but I thought that about Monaco last season...
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Manchester City Chat / Re: City v Scum.
« Last post by Cardiff Blue on Today at 02:21:34 PM »
Great result for City, even if it does flatter united.

Would have easily taken a draw at the outset though to keep the gap to 8 points - the fact that it is now an 11 point is psychologically huge. Theoretically the gap can be bridged of course, but  you can now assume that the rest are planning a race for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th.

I just hope that we do not relent and that we are fully focussed for the Swans game on Wednesday night.
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Manchester City Chat / Re: City v Scum.
« Last post by Moon on Today at 01:30:53 PM »
Just watched MOTD 2 and the pundits said
Penalty for City in first half for Otamendi being held
Dive by Jesus correct
Dive by Herrera correct

No mention of our pen claim in press all about moan riniho

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Manchester City Chat / Re: City v Scum.
« Last post by Chippy_Tea on Today at 12:16:24 PM »
What a brilliant performance  though my arse was twitching toward the end i don't know how Ederson managed to make the second save having taken the ball full pelt in the face and throat but what a brilliant buy he is turning out to be, Otto on the score sheet again, brilliant.


 



Take that Maureen  ;D





BBC.
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Manchester City Chat / City draw Basel in Champions League
« Last post by Moon on Today at 11:24:36 AM »
Juventus v Tottenham
Basel v Manchester City
Porto v Liverpool
Sevilla v Manchester United
Real Madrid v Paris St-Germain
Shakhtar Donetsk v Roma
Chelsea v Barcelona
Bayern Munich v Besiktas
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