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City v Bradford (FA Cup) – Sun 5th March [5v0 win]

Michael Cameron and his wife were among the people who headed down to this match.

They did the stadium tour and had a fantastic trip down for the match!

City romped home 5v0 winners with goals: Tevez 11 mins, 31 mins & 50 mins Kolarov 29 mins, Silva 65 mins

City v Sunderland (League) – Sat 06 Oct [3v0 win]

My first City game. City v Sunderland 6/10/2012 by Jim Stuart

A perfect game for me to see the Blues in the flesh for the first time.From the first whistle City dominated the game in a style which was much in evidence for most of last season and what a pleasure it was for me to be there to witness a brilliant team performance. All through the game I kept pinching myself to see if I was dreaming. Me? At the Etihad to see the champions? Never, but there I was watching City in awe at the sheer size of the stadium to getting to see some of the best players in the world it had to be a dream but it wasn’t it was reality and from another Kolarov rocket to Milner’s late third it was all over far too soon. I wanted to stay for more. I have the bug now that I was told I would get and I can’t wait for the Spurs game In November and hopefully many more in the future. A very special day and one which I will never forget

Real Madrid v City (UEFA CL) – Tue 18 Sep [3v2 loss]

I went into this match thinking I would have been happy with a draw and if we never got tonked we would lose no face.

A few of our members were at this match (Des and Mick) and were unfortunate to see some of the violence which marred this away match.

Des had purchased a MCFC Aberdeen flag and a bunch of 15 youths stormed the area they were drinking in and stole the flags whilst punching, kicking, throwing bottles and anything that came to hand. Mick took a bottle to the head which left him with a big scar and an expected broken arm after being kicked when down on the ground. It seemed that the Madrid Ultras were just interested in taking a flag as a trophy and weren’t worried about injuring woman in the process- scum!

Luckily after a police escort to the match and the following day in hospital it was identified that Mick needed stitches on a cut but is arm wasn’t broken.

Unfortunately this wasn’t the only violence, heavy handed Spanish Police waded in on City fans striking them with batons for no apparent reason. Luckily this was recorded on video and has been highlighted in the papers. It seems Spanish police Brutality is the norm rather than the exception after hearing accounts from Aberdeen, Bolton, Spurs and United fans.


Well enough about that back to the game and watch a match it was!
Madrid looked the strongest side and City were on the receiving end of chasing after possession. Madrid looked dangerous but City were coming back into the game and restricting Madrid to long shots from outside the box.

Then bang Dzeko scored after being put through on goal by Yaya. I screamed at the top of my lungs, it was almost orgasmic, but my wife complained as she had a sore head, I apologies and scraped myself of the roof. Sat back on the sofa and prayed!!

The delight was short lived when Marcello smashed a cracking stroke into the back of the net to make it 1v1.

A cracking free-kick from specialist Kolarocket put City back in front and I dropped to my needs, put my finger to my lips and went sssssshhhhhh.

But it was me who was to be silenced, from Euphoria to despair as Madrid scored 2 late goals, a nicely placed shot from Benzema and a lucky snap shot from Tranaldo which Kompany and Hart could both have done better with. I wont hang on this point as Hart and Kompany have been massive for us in the last few years!

I went up to bed sulking and dreading the next day, I shouldn’t get so tied up in the footie but it shows how far we have come when I am upset by a 2v3 defeat away to the best side in world football.

Speaking to my friend the following week and he told me how nice the Madrid fans were and how they thought City were the best fans they had seen! Fair play to them, it shows a minority can spoil it for everyone, I must admit I felt mighty proud hearing the City fans booming at the Bernabau.

To make matters worse Borussia Dortmund won the other group game on the night defeating Ajax 1-0 in Germany leaving City playing catch up. I believe if we have any plans on progressing we must beat Dortmund at home in the next group match!

City v Sunderland (League) 31 March [3v3 draw]

City v Wolves (League) – Sat 29 Oct 2011 [3v1 won]

After a 5-2 midweek win against Wolves, City put them to the sword once again and another home win and 3 points in the bag.


City v Napoli (UEFA CL) – Wed 14 Sep 2011 [1-1]

A tough match, Napoli played 3 at the back and we couldn’t handle the counter attacking. Cavani and Lavezzi were awesome and looked deadly every time they broke forward. This match was going to be costly in the race for Champions League progression.

Cavani grabbed a goal which looked to be the winner but Kolarov grabbed an equaliser with a cracking freekick