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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by brb, Jul 2, 2019.
@Diego tell him
I just remembered Matth saying last season he wanted City to win the league. I thought unusual for a Man U supporter, so now we know, he loves his Granny more x
Silly old fart..
Obviously you're on about brb right.
Naw, the silly old fart in the vid
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I wanted Man City to win the league last season, Because I didn’t want Liverpool to win it.
See to a mere neutral like me, that dosen't make sense. But I believe a club that is over an hour away from you is your biggest rival. Whereas I thought it would have been Man City....much like Sheff Utd v Wed or Notts Forest v County. It makes me wonder are most Man U supporters Welsh?
Spunk riddled merchant
In top flight football there is an old rivalry between United and Pool...a stale rivalry but nevertheless a rivalry. City were really nobodies up until about 2010. It's like me...I support Spurs...Spurs/Arsenal is the rivalry but many would think it's Spurs/Chelsea but to us Chelsea are a bit meh and not really rivals...just nobodies who have been able to catch up a bit with the true traditional powerhouses of English football
So I understand Matthew's sentiment
I prefer the Welsh argument myself
I think most United fans would have wanted City to win the league over Liverpool. Matth wanted City to beat us though, that’s a different gravy. He won’t live that down as long as he keeps pretending he’s a United fan.
no, they're generally from the home counties or Asia.
The Liverpool/Manchester Utd rivalry pisses all over the Utd/City one, Matthew is right on that count.
The problem comes when he wants his team to lose just to **** liverpool up, as his Uncle just pointed out.
The stupidest part was he actually thought Utd would beat City, otherwise it wouldn't have even been a thing. Lol.
1878; 141 years ago, as Newton Heath LYR F.C.
1902; 117 years ago, as Manchester United F.C.
1880; 139 years ago as St. Mark's (West Gorton)
16 April 1894; 125 years ago as Manchester City
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