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Thread: Prediction League - Manchester City

  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2011

    Prediction League - Manchester City

    With controlling their own destiny for the title and having already lost to Wolves this season, I donít expect the title holders to take us lightly at all. Wolves are starting to get a little healthier but donít think we will have enough considering how motivated City should be.

    Man City 3-1 Wolves


  2. #2
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    Mar 2008
    Man City 2-1 Wolves


  3. #3
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    Feb 2008
    citeh 5 wolves 0

  4. #4
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    May 2005
    Man City 4-1 Wolves (Cunha)

  5. #5
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    Feb 2010
    Manchester City 2 Wolves 1

  6. #6
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    Sep 2011
    Man City 3 - Wolves 1 (Cunha)

  7. #7
    Never a penalty.
    Not even a request for the referee to have a look.

    Seriously, corrupt *******s.

  8. #8
    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Is this what happens to clubs when they play by the rules? I agree, never a penalty in a million years. It does make you wonder if there is an agenda that keeps the top six as the top six. It has happened too many times this season to be a coincidence. So where is the theory that it evens out over the course of the season?

    Manchester city are a physically big mature side with a few exceptions, while we are a much smaller lightweight younger team in comparison. Our model of purchase young and develop, before selling on at a profit, will never allow us to compete for a league title. Yes we will take the odd big scalp each season, but come transfer day we will lose our best players and have to start again.

    As a supporter I find it very frustrating that as soon as someone starts to stir the pot, the big six are there with cash to buy.

    Will we be able to hang on to Ait Nouri, Gomez, Neto and Kilman in the summer, or will we have to start rebuilding yet again. So much for a level playing field. We even lose potential stars from our academy sides to the big clubs.

    Sa saved us yesterday from a much heavier defeat, if only his distribution was better! Although the monster Harland scored four, I though Kilman handled him pretty well, which was good to see. At times you had to check that City only had eleven players on the pitch such was there movement. You can not afford to make a mistake against them.

    Hwang took his goal well and it would have been three from three games but for that ridiculous decision against West Ham.

    The season ticket prices have not been announced for next year yet, I hope they do not put them up a stupid amount because I am sick of VAR and it has killed my enjoyment of games. I am wondering whether to bother next season.

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