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We should all support City

Given that it is virtually a two horse race between City and Liverpool, does that mean we should be all be hoping for City wins from now until the end of the season?

As much as I hate City and what they stand for, I would rather grind my balls with sand paper than see Liverpool win the league. Obviously in an ideal world, Tottenham or even Chelsea/Arsenal will win it but they're already some way off the top so it's not going to happen.

Can't believe we're already discussing which of our rivals we would prefer to win the league before Xmas. It wasn't even this bad under Moyes/LVG.

posted 5 days, 13 hours ago

16 POINTS ahead of united o dear

posted 5 days, 12 hours ago

comment by A Catalyst For Change (U7080)
posted 1 hour, 36 minutes ago
Liverpool wouldn’t winnng be so bad as it’d change things up a bit, and wouldn’t have won just because of a sugar daddy. But the media and fan reaction would be unbearable. They’d somehow be crowned the best team ever, and we wouldn’t hear the end of it for about 15 years even if they won nothing in the meantime
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If we beat this City team to the title, then yes.

To note, we have made our best ever start to the season and are still behind City!

They are the best team thats ever played in this league so far, therefore to beat them will make that true of Liverpool.

Whats your problem ABLs?

posted 5 days, 12 hours ago

To be fair if anyone beats this City side to the title then they would have a shout of being the best title winning side ever, at least for a single season.

posted 5 days, 12 hours ago

If we beat this City team to the title, then yes.

To note, we have made our best ever start to the season and are still behind City!

They are the best team thats ever played in this league so far, therefore to beat them will make that true of Liverpool.

Whats your problem ABLs?
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The old Wolves beat Chelsea, Burnley beat Wolves so Burnley must be the best argument. Top notch mate.

posted 5 days, 11 hours ago

Except its not.

Not talking of a one off game, rather the amalgam of results over a 38game season.

This City side are the best side to have ever played in the league.

Anyone beating them to the title would rightfully claim to be the best side ever.

posted 5 days, 9 hours ago

Its actually shocking that the author mentioning - "As much as I hate City and what they stand for" - which we should all do regarding their owners appalling human rights record in the UAE. That they would overlook that on the basis of football rivalry.

Thats not just bitter, that is fundamentally twisted from the author.

posted 5 days, 4 hours ago

comment by Redinthehead - FreeGaza - فلسطين (U1860)
posted 6 hours, 32 minutes ago
Except its not.

Not talking of a one off game, rather the amalgam of results over a 38game season.

This City side are the best side to have ever played in the league.

Anyone beating them to the title would rightfully claim to be the best side ever.
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Not unless this City side are better in every respect than last year’s. If, for example, Liverpool won the league notching up 93 points to City’s 90, how would that make them the best league winners ever?

Besides, it isn’t just about that either. No one in his right mind considers Mourinho’s Madrid to have been the best ever in Spain, quite simply because the football wasn’t of the same standard as Barça had attained previously.

comment by 9ctics (U21076)

posted 5 days, 4 hours ago

comment by Redinthehead - FreeGaza - فلسطين (U1860)
posted 5 hours, 16 minutes ago
Its actually shocking that the author mentioning - "As much as I hate City and what they stand for" - which we should all do regarding their owners appalling human rights record in the UAE. That they would overlook that on the basis of football rivalry.

Thats not just bitter, that is fundamentally twisted from the author.
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I would wager that the OP is not one of the minority of Utd fans from matches, and only says he hates City because supporting Man Utd means that you "have to" and therefore doesn't even understand the true nature of the rivalry beyond recent times, much like how Liverpool fans that aren't from Liverpool only "hate" Everton because they "have to"

To the OP, City winning it is almost the same as Leicester winning it - just minus the heroic story, despite what he will try and convince us all to believe.

comment by 9ctics (U21076)

posted 5 days, 4 hours ago

*From manchester

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