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Blake Wilder
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17 year old Male
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Bwildog9 nominated S. Agüero (79') for Goal of the Week
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Arsenal in this game were incredibly unlucky... AV first goal, they got the advantage and the penalty *wrong, a shot on goal is advantage just because he missed...
Travis Bickle: care to take a look who was city's keeper in the second half?
They maybe just friendlies.... but the entire squad looked lively and happier then they have all season (especially Nasri and Dzeko) .... we were all disappoint...
So lets all hear the downing and henderson haters now... two players who were s**t buys for Lpool playing so well today. Sturridge showing why Man City were so ...
Torres is getting more and more confident... i think its only a matter of time.... whether he is still at chelsea when he finally gets it right is questionable....
2 years ago
Ok yes i am a city fan and yes this may be biased. But 2 times... two clear chances turned down. Aguero's is a goal, ballotelli throws himself to the ground......
There is contact on torres... that is enough... no dive should not have been sent off. No not saying the ref is bias but i think it is an issue with rushing a ...
Fulham were solid... very good performance by them i believe, rodallega (sorry for spelling its bound to be wrong) looks dangerous he and berba will be great pa...
And from a city fan... respect to carrick for not going down.... thats red card and pk if he goes down.... i wont say goal... because... well... yeah...
Wow.... must admit i have only seen the highlights but from what i could see they were 2 possibly even 3 good shouts for penalty's for GSK. But like what has a...
   
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