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City v Liverpool (League) – Sun 3rd Jan [2v2 draw]

Unfortunately my first game of the New Year ends in a draw and I think with this result any chances of winning the Premiership have disappeared. I know we lost it & won it again last season but United were not a good team last season & didn’t deserve to win it.

This season, with the addition of RvP it’s been a kick-up the backside for Rooney and they have Ferdinand & Vidic back – don’t misunderstand me, I still don’t think they are a great team but beating us didn’t help our cause.

Back to yesterday’s game, all 4 goals were crackers for one reason or another and it was quite a good game – shame about the result sort of thing. Milner was brilliant throughout the game – he’s definitely improving this season – better passing than previously. Aguero was superb in the second half – pity his Maradona run didn’t end in a goal, although his goal was brilliantly executed.

Gerrard scores that sort of goal regularly – so why do we on ever put a man on him when he gets in those sort of positions. Sturridges goal, although very well taken should never been allowed, Dzeko was clearly fouled & the referee let play continue. Liverpool are definitely getting the rub of the green with referees again. Yesterday’s referee was appalling.

Anyway enough said, here’s to beating dirty Leeds and winning the Cup again.


All the best

Deryck CTID

City v Liverpool (League) 03 January [3v0 win]

Even with Ten-man City storm back to winning ways with a brilliant 3-0 win over rivals Liverpool at the Etihad Stadium.

First-half goals from Sergio Aguero and Yaya Toure were no more than the resurgent Blues deserved and even when Gareth Barry was sent off midway through the second period, James Milner added a third from the penalty spot to cap a terrific win over the Reds.

City now go three points clear at the top of the Premier League following their tenth consecutive home win this season.