Loved the first half of the football tonight.
Didn't love the second.
Gutted. But, Man City were cr@p in the first half, brilliant in the second. Well not that brilliant, because overall we lost.
But when Man City got that last corner, in the last minute, of extra time, with only a few seconds left to go, my son said to me, through bitten finger nails, 'Whats going to happen?'.
To which I replied...'Joe Hart'...
And by God, he nearly did!
Ah well, all this is a new learning curve and experience for us. One from which I hope we learn.
And I'm still feeling gutted right now.
Patrick Vierra -
God I'm steaming - So, PV said referee's favour Man Utd, did he? Guess what? NO... HE DIDN'T.
The BBC reporter responsible for this story has now been banned from the remainder of the SoccerEx football conference.
The BBC reporter has been banned from all future MCFC press conferences.
And the BBC reporter has now also been banned from all future MUFC press conferences too...
And finally - Due to external pressure applied to the BBC to report the news in a true and unbiased way, they have now published the full and unedited VIDEO interview on their BBC Sport website -
Edit - And now a statement on the MCFC website re the above incident -
2nd Edit - And now Dan Roan has had to re-write his original article - and the lead headline - and include the FULL video interview too -
Ha ha ha! He must have had a right trollocking! The twonk.
For those interested in football, I've been thinking about this since Sunday...
Is this not the most exciting Premier League ever?
The battle for first and second. The battle for third and fourth which also includes the fifth placed team too. And also the battle between Bolton and QPR to avoid the drop. So its going on everywhere in the table. Top, Champ League places, and relegation places too.
I think it may be the most exciting Premier League ever. Roll on Sunday.
Only one team matters Nil Satis Nisi Optimum, to be blue is too be born blue.
Been waiting for you to post. Have you come down to the floor yet?
Well done mate. And well done Chelsea!