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    • PREMIER LEAGUE 2012

       

       

       

       

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      Manchester City vs Manchester United

       

      Sunday, 9 December 2012

      Time: 9:30pm  -  (Live)   

      Mio Channel 102 in HD

      EPL Game 16

        

       

       

       

      Manchester United :  

      De Gea, Ferdinand, Rafael, Smalling, Buttner, Evans, Evra, Carrick, Giggs, Scholes, Cleverley, Fletcher,  Hernandez, Welbeck, Robin Van Persie, Young, Rooney, Lindegaard.

      Powell, Macheda, Bebe.

       

      Doubtful : Valencia, Anderson, Jones.

       

      Injured : Vidic, Nani, Kagawa. 

        

    • What a game!

      What a game !...

      The way it ended was just brilliant...

    • United could have been 3-0 up but Young's goal wasn't given even though he was onside, and withing 2 mins City scored.

      Evra should have got a penalty but the referee didn't give...

      At least the justice was done at the end.

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    • he hit himself rite..cos they say is from crowd throw something HEHEHE

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    • hehe ref scare penalty give..he cannot go home.! LOL.

      BUT im lubing it. WE WON yepppipepepe.. Hope man utd dun throw the 6POINTS lead!!!!

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    • Originally posted by Bus&Soccer l0v3r (VO3x 1):



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      Oh got evidence already, City cannot deny liao... Laughing

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    • Graham Poll’s official line: Ferguson might have felt he was playing against 12 men

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      Sir Alex Ferguson said he felt as though he was playing against 12 men when Martin Atkinson refereed an FA Cup defeat against Portsmouth in March 2008. He could well have felt the same yesterday at the Etihad.

      Last week, his counterpart Roberto Mancini claimed that United’s Ashley Young was an expert diver but it was Yaya Toure who threw himself to the floor after no contact from an opponent in the 25th minute. While Atkinson was not fooled, it is not good enough to wave play on — the player must be cautioned.

      Ferguson’s pre-match psychological effort to pressure the referee revolved around City getting soft penalties; he might have reflected on that when Atkinson denied United a clear penalty when Patrice Evra was felled by Kolo Toure.

      He might still have been fuming at his side being denied a three-goal lead when Young followed up a Robin van Persie shot which rebounded straight to him.

      Assistant referee Peter Kirkup incorrectly signalled that Young was in an offside position when Van Persie shot, but replays confirmed that Young was clearly onside.

      Atkinson had really tried to keep his yellow card in his pocket, waiting until the 52nd minute to caution Samir Nasri for dissent. Another City player, Carlos Tevez, was also cautioned for dissent and was very lucky not to get another yellow when he gave away the free-kick from which Van Persie scored the winner.

      However, it should have been a straight red card for the Argentine when he kicked an opponent right in front of Atkinson, but again City benefited from his benevolence.

      It is said that it is better to be lucky than good. After Manchester United won despite these mistakes, I am sure Atkinson would agree.

    • United is the best team to call upon to end unbeaten runs… lol. They ended Arsenal’s amazing 40 or 50 plus odd matches unbeaten run during the invincinbles days, then Chelsea’s and Pool’s long home record too. And yesterday, City’s 2 years old unbeaten run home record goes to the grave as well. I think it must hurt them badly for the fans to reacted that way, especially more so since it’s United… I think if it was any other side like Everton it wouldn’t felt so painful. I guess they are not use to losing at home for a while.

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