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Oh dear Man City fans!

Thumbing through the Sunday rags reveals the shocker of the summer so far - Graeme Souness could be back in football. Revealed in the Sunday Mirror is the fact that our nemesis in chief could be given the Man City job by chairman John Wardle due to issues over the Thai Prime Minister`s takeover. Quite a climb down from Ranieri lads! That's the price on the ticket...

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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday June 3 2007

Time: 8:48AM

Your Comments

lol, i know who i would rather have
pandapops
I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy
alphieblues
Hahaha. I wouldn't worry too much, Man City fans. Should the take-over go ahead then he won't last out a season. Of course, what abject league position he leaves you in remains to be seen...
arctoa
he might be good for u lot :)
Toon4LiFe
Our Father, who art in heaven...please God, No-oooooooo!!!!
Johnny Baguette
Ha ha ha. That's a good one! The worst possible manager we could have ended up with after Pearce was sacked is Big Sam but now he's gone to another bunch of losers. Good for those high up in the stands though, they will get to see a lot more of the ball.
swordfish7
Souness and City - made for each other. Both have ideas above their station.
BaldEagle
This year up next year down Roy Keane likes to ***** his hound with a nick nack paddy wack he gives his dog a ***** Roy Keane's still a ******** manc!
Roy4Triggs
 

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