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Pep’s winning the wars in spite of VAR

Hate is such a definitive term, an all encompassing emotion with no leeway for misinterpretation, no turning back from a position of hostility or a lust for revenge. It burns hot and it runs deep. It’s not a laudable sentiment, but it’s one of which we are all capable. Depending on the level of enmity between two parties, such vehement passions can be diluted. Maybe it’s just a strong dislike, […]

Pep out to prove a point…or three

Hardcore Manchester City supporters are not given to forgetting their club’s darkest days as the ‘Boys In Blue’ descended into the 3rd tier of English football – nor would they wish to erase memories of those traumatic trudges and embarrassing capitulations at the likes of Lincoln, Wycombe and York. File it under the heading of overcoming adversity, call it character-building, define it as part of City’s history – a history […]

City 3 Liverpool 0...when it comes to Premier League titles

Pep Guardiola would never compromise his principles and park the proverbial bus, but a baying mob of Scouse scum made doubly sure it was never going to be an option. The pre-match attack on City’s team coach – which rendered it non-operational – will be viewed as a victory by loutish Liverpool fans and, who’s to say, probably by many associated with Liverpool FC past and present? It certainly served […]

Pundits praise Pep…whatever next?

Either I’ve slipped into a parallel universe or I need to change my ‘meds’, but are Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City actually being praised by all and sundry at the moment? Am I hallucinating or are City winning acclaim following a week of played three, won three, 15 goals scored, none conceded… and all achieved while serving up lashings of some of the most sumptuous football of recent times? With the […]

City will see off sly Sky Sports and putrid pundits

Ignore the facts, never mind the rules and whatever happens, stay on message by undermining Manchester City and always empathise with City’s opponents. It’s a simple enough directive and one followed with great gusto in recent days and weeks by City’s ever growing army of detractors. Led admirably by the snide shites at Sky Sports, the licence fee subsidised morons on Match of The Day, the liars at La Liga, the corrupt […]