Champions league Semi Finals 2020-21 - April 27-28 and May 4-5

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PSG are not going through IMO. Losing at home was too much
 

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It was pure sarcasm on my part.

Amazing how utterly small minded they are. Unreal.

What a shit forum.
It's unreal how bitter they are, can't blame though. Most of their childhood would have been smashed by this Legend.
 

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It's unreal how bitter they are, can't blame though. Most of their childhood would have been smashed by this Legend.
Amazing how many pages of bile was created after that tweet.

But the forum is so shit they only have ten or so posts per page.
 

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Pretty sure Pochettino met with Fergie before we signed Mourinho, from what I remember they have a good relationship so there’s every chance Fergie came at Poch’s request.
 

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What time can we expect City fans to begin protesting their owners this evening? :)
 

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Agent Ferguson deep behind enemy lines, that’s PSG in the final then..
If PSG win someone is going to have to edit that Gerrard slip video with SAF ghosted on top.
 

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Obviously City are in a very strong position, but i still think PSG might do it
 

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Should be an exciting second leg. No city fan I know is honestly "confident" we'll win, but you'd have to think we're in the stronger position.
 

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Bluemoon reaction on SAF visiting Lowry:















After SAF picture with PSG Sheik



About the game



:lol:
Why are they still so bitter? They win every competition they enter & their fans are amongst the angriest & most hate filled in world football.

I feel like at heart they will always be that division 2 club with Nicky Weaver in goal & Paul Dickov up front.
 

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Why are they still so bitter? They win every competition they enter & their fans are amongst the angriest & most hate filled in world football.

I feel like at heart they will always be that division 2 club with Nicky Weaver in goal & Paul Dickov up front.
It is the only forum I have come across that are like this. Strangest fanbase in the country. RAWK is terrible but even they're nothing like these City fans.
 

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Amazing how many pages of bile was created after that tweet.

But the forum is so shit they only have ten or so posts per page.
Yeah, no wonder we have few ManCity fans who pretend as ManUtd fans to praise City on caf.
 

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Very hard to make a case for PSG, they've got to score at least twice with them likely needing even more than that

Pep's right though go through tonight and the trophy is theirs :mad:
 

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Why are they still so bitter? They win every competition they enter & their fans are amongst the angriest & most hate filled in world football.

I feel like at heart they will always be that division 2 club with Nicky Weaver in goal & Paul Dickov up front.
Bitter. Insecure. Arrogant.

If they lose tonight, you can bet your house Fergie paid the ref will be one accusation
 

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I don’t even like PSG and I would have preferred City to go through but after seeing Ferguson rock up to the Lowry am fully behind a PSG win tonight, com on les bleus (or whatever they say in Paris)..
 

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Tonight is far from a foregone conclusion. Sides much inferior to this PSG team have gone to the Council House and got great results there in Europe, even in Guardiola’s time.

Comparing both halves last week, PSG definitely created the better and more numerous chances. City’s goals were fortunate (no doubt they deserved at least one goal from their second half display, to be fair) and I don’t recall them blitzing the PSG goal by any stretch of the imagination. The 1-2 final score line definitely flattered City and I think PSG will be well fired up to right a few wrongs tonight.
 

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Tonight is far from a foregone conclusion. Sides much inferior to this PSG team have gone to the Council House and got great results there in Europe, even in Guardiola’s time.

Comparing both halves last week, PSG definitely created the better and more numerous chances. City’s goals were fortunate (no doubt they deserved at least one goal from their second half display, to be fair) and I don’t recall them blitzing the PSG goal by any stretch of the imagination. The 1-2 final score line definitely flattered City and I think PSG will be well fired up to right a few wrongs tonight.
Still the point is we need a few things to happen:

1) PSG come out blitz City in the first half then sustain a high quality performance throughout the second half.

2) Pep to overthink things and get conservative.

3) Mbappe to make a miraculous recovery.

4) City bottle it.

For me, a minimum of two of the above need to happen for PSG to get through.
 

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Still the point is we need a few things to happen:

1) PSG come out blitz City in the first half then sustain a high quality performance throughout the second half.

2) Pep to overthink things and get conservative.

3) Mbappe to make a miraculous recovery.

4) City bottle it.

For me, a minimum of two of the above need to happen for PSG to get through.
on the bench he is
 

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Very hard to make a case for PSG, they've got to score at least twice with them likely needing even more than that

Pep's right though go through tonight and the trophy is theirs :mad:
Check out Peps exits from the CL since he won it last in 2011. One example would be last season, at home to Lyon who finished 7th in the French league, City hot favourites to win comfortably and ended up losing 3-1.
 

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Still the point is we need a few things to happen:

1) PSG come out blitz City in the first half then sustain a high quality performance throughout the second half.

2) Pep to overthink things and get conservative.

3) Mbappe to make a miraculous recovery.

4) City bottle it.

For me, a minimum of two of the above need to happen for PSG to get through.
Agreed on all counts.

Luckily for us non-Berties, Guardiola and City have form for embarrassing themselves on the biggest stage so we are not without hope tonight. :drool:
 

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Tonight should be a cracker. Hoping to see a scintillating performance from PSG's front duo if they can mount a comeback. I see a 2-1 PSG win and going to extra time and hopefully Paris nicks it in extra time or penalties
 

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They are the model of all fart and no poo. 2-1 City "stroll" tonight. As long City turn up in second gear PSG will do the rest for Pep.
Aye, think a few on here are carrying some serious false hope. Tie was effectively over last week.
 

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If Mbappe starts PSG have a slim, slim, slim chance. But even if he does start it's extremely likely that City just scythe through them on the break.
 

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Check out Peps exits from the CL since he won it last in 2011. One example would be last season, at home to Lyon who finished 7th in the French league, City hot favourites to win comfortably and ended up losing 3-1.
were City 2-1 up from the first leg then?
 

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Bitter. Insecure. Arrogant.

If they lose tonight, you can bet your house Fergie paid the ref will be one accusation
They are just a very strange set of fans. They have been comfortably better than United for close to a decade now, yet the inferiority complex & bitterness is still so prevalent. They are like a 6 foot 7, 250 lbs steroid head who still suffers from small man syndrome.
 

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