Now City Have Everything To Lose...

It looks like that's that at the top of the table, but Liverpool cannot allow themselves to think for a second that they have thrown it away. Now is the time to crank up the pressure...

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zabbaman (Manchester City) says...

@tonyv, 150+ goals in 55 games thus far. Simply rubbish. @bob the manc, we sacked our manager and come back stronger..

Posted 6:22pm 6th May 2014

solskjaer99 (Manchester United) says...

@party terrorist United won the title by 11 points, utterly dominating the league in a way not done since Mourinho's first season at Chelsea, the way some of you clowns talk you'd think United won it on goal difference on the last day. Of course, since then Moysageddon has happened but that doesn't take away from the fact that United walked the league last season. People like you were saying Ronaldo was overrated and couldn't do it against the big teams, until he went to Real Madrid then your lot changed their tune, you can never give United credit where it's due. As a Villa fan you're hardly in any position to pass judgement on others, Villa are the very definition of a nothing team, never challenging for Europe, not in any real danger of relegation, and have been for over a decade.

Posted 10:34am 6th May 2014

bob the manc (Manchester United) says...

wexford_blue : You are correct, we were the worst team to win the league last year. But what does that tell you about your team?You could not beat a team so bad?

Posted 6:27am 6th May 2014

masterbagoscan (Liverpool) says...

We really f*cked up this time. But yeah, still anything could happen in the final week and City have already shown this season a propensity to f*ck up themselves, especially against much weaker opposition. I'd actually be less confident of winning the T if Mancini was still in charge.

Posted 4:30pm 5th May 2014

ntbarie (Liverpool) says...

"Brendan Rodgers was forced to turn to Iago Aspas, whose corner kick will never be forgotten." Shouldn't have taken a sip of tea right at the very moment of reading that line.F365, You owe me a new keyboard!

Posted 11:43am 5th May 2014

wexford_blue (Manchester City) says...

No Tonyv25 - worst team to win the league was probably your lot, last season. Certainly the worst, or most hilarious, title defense anyway.

Posted 3:51pm 4th May 2014

richie456 (Manchester City) says...

SAme as utd last year maybe.....

Posted 3:11pm 4th May 2014

polaknuar says...

Can't agree with you there, @tonyv25. Far be it from me to stick up for City (although part of me will be really pleased if they pinch the title from under the Mickeys' noses - having said that, it's like deciding whether to shag your mum or your dad), but did you watch United last season? They might have won it by some margin, but they weren't easy on the eye, to put it kindly.

Posted 2:37pm 4th May 2014

citymike65 (Manchester City) says...

If you want the worst Champions you only need to look back 12 months tonyv25 I don't remember them smashing 150+ goals in a season.

Posted 2:11pm 4th May 2014

voomer (Manchester City) says...

Oh diddums Tony, is mummys ickle soldier upset?

Posted 1:06pm 4th May 2014

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