“When we go to Old Trafford, we will take that banner down. This is the last year, because we will win.” – Roberto Mancini, Manchester City manager.
“This football club is, without doubt, going to be the biggest and best football club in the world.” – Gary Cook, Manchester City CEO.
Carling Cup semi-final second leg, Old Trafford, 27 January 2010
Manchester Untied 3 – 1 Manchester City
FA Cup Fourth Round replay, Britannia Stadium, 24 February 2010
Stoke City 3 – 1 Manchester City
1. Chelsea – 61 pts
2. Manchester United – 60 pts
5. Manchester City – pts
Time to update the Stretford End banner…
3 thoughts on “34 years”
well city are nothing and they know it
manchester is red, england is red, the world is red
it all belongs to us, manchester united, always have and always will.
we are football.
35years ya man united 3 – 1 stoke 3-1 what did cook say out in america were going wenmbly and win the carilng cup fianl now he eating his words nocked out of the fa cup now manichi said banner is coming down its coming down all righ but another going up with 35 years come agust 35 years ya
we got not no money but we got a full trophie canbaint city have lods of oil money but still have no trophies in 35 years and counting viva terry cook could won the cup and he fucked up viva terry cook