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Highlights: Manchester City 1-0 Tottenham Hotspur (English Premier League - 10/05/11)

1-0 P. Crouch 30'(og)

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zico2179d ago

Then we will see City in CL next year. I don`t like it but thats the fact

no_more_heroes2179d ago

If Tottenham were known for cavalier, free-scoring, what-is-this-"defense&quo t;-thing-you-speak-of play in CL this season (until they met Milan), then City will be the conservative, tactical, what-is-this-"attack" ;-thing-you-speak-of polar opposite to that. How far they'll go, I don't know.

freeduck2179d ago (Edited 2179d ago )

Useless spurs. They don't deserve CL or Europa. Maxi scored more goals this season than all of their strikers combined. Hope Liverpool can give them a beating this weekend
Good news now is that Bale, VDV are up for grabs in the summer

ohahCantona2179d ago

you`re high these days my friend... But you must see the hole season, not only the last month. And Liverpool went out from Europe league WITH Dalglish as manager! Spurs went to quaterf in CL...just has to mention that for you....

Mozilla892179d ago

I don't think Bale or VDV will leave. If the owner promises reinforcements and they go out and sign that quality striker they've been looking for I see no reason why they wouldn't want to come back and attempt to finish in the top four again.

Vherostar2179d ago (Edited 2179d ago )

They will be no doubt leaving (VDV and Bale) but they wont be going to liverpool to play in europa league they will goto a CL team me thinks VDV only joined spurs as they qualified for CL hes too high calibre to be a europa contender. As for Bale well.. Maybe he will be sold for a load of money or maybe he will show hes the next 1 season wonder only time will tell.

ultramoot2179d ago (Edited 2179d ago )

Being a Liverpool supporter myself, I can understand where you're coming from. But I have to disagree with you on this one. No one, and I mean NO ONE, can claim they deserve to be in the CL without qualifying for it. Not even ManU, Arsenal or Chelsea.

Man City have invested heavily on players and are getting the rewards for it. At one point they were 2nd place in the league table. While Liverpool were stuck in and around the relegation zone. We can blame whoever we want, but the cold hard fact is that we started the season horribly and are paying the price for it now.

Well begun is half-done. Man City had a great first-half of the season, and thus, they can afford to have occasional slip-ups towards the end. The simple solution is "consistent results" throughout the season.

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b163o12179d ago

Check one item of our to do list. FA Cup Saturday, can we do check off two in one week? CTID!!!!

Vherostar2179d ago

Indeed lets hope so! Watching the game at Eastlands this weekend can't wait.

Mozilla892179d ago

There are going to be six teams competing for the top four spots next season, wow. Can England get more spots?

b163o12179d ago

This is way I watch EPL, over any other league. Its flipping amazing that any team can rise in the ranks. I live in the states, but I plan on going to an EPL game when ever I'm in the area :)

RedDevils2178d ago

Bundesliga is pretty fun to watch, I got bore watch la liga lol

BIGBOSS082178d ago

good luck keeping up with arsenal. see redknapp, you see how hard it is staying in the champions league regularly? you thought it was easy? a few months ago he was dissing arsenal every chance he got, so he got what was coming to him. i dont have anything against the team. i just dont like redknapp. hope he shuts his fat ass up now!