Just woke up and still I'am shocked and of course very very proud and happy that my team won the game yesterday and becoming the Champions of England
We did it in usual City style and won it in the last few minutes, at 1-2 down to QPR at 90 mins I prayed to every God I could think of and we came
back and won it 3-2.
Here is the winning goal and the celebration's which ensued.
A lot of my pals are Man Utd fans and because of the many texts we received saying that we had blown it etc I post you the last 5 mins of the match
from both sides view, I enjoyed the bit where the Man Utd fans here the Sunderlands fans hear that Man City have just scored the winner
Take it Bobby Charlton take it
Well it was the best game of footie I have ever seen and will go down in history as the best final day in the PL.
mcfc.co.uk... visit the recently awarded best sports site in the UK to get highlights and reaction from the game.
So thanks Bobby Manc and everyone involved from the players to Sheikh Mansour and all the Staff for making my summer
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yesterdays footie was nothing short of epic! Im a Villa fan myself (sympathy's welcome :lol but nothing beats the uncertanty of the man u crowd
having to wait a minute after their game had finished to find out if they had won the league or not, the reaction was priceless!
This was defo the best finish to the league in history!
i dont support either man city or man u but couldnt help but cheer
when Man City scored the winner lol (no im not a glory hunter i support a championship team!!)
The way in which it ended with man u thinkin they had won it was priceless.
Well done man city!! you deserve it, yeah you spent loads of cash but so have chelsea and man u
over the years.
Liverpool fan here, (so had extra reason to celebrate Utd losing it!) but watched this as other streams weren't working properly for the Liverpool
game. I just couldn't believe what I saw in those last 5 minutes. (or how City almost threw it away before that!) It was actually my birthday
yesterday too so Aguero saved my day big time, would've been gutted to see Utd win the title, yesterday of all days.
But really, that was up there with the most intense football I've ever seen, and I still can't believe they managed it. Big Aguero fan too, and
the way he took that goal was excellent. And yeah, as a Liverpool fan it was pretty cool to see the Utd reaction after the game.
To be honest I still can't believe it. A full season all boiling down to those last injury time minutes, it was truly classic and my head needed a
good 20 mins or so to get back to reality after it. If that was my own team I don't know what I'd have been like.
It was an epic final 20 minutes and the best finish to the Premier league in history. Despite being a Man Utd fan, I could appreciate what it must
have meant to City fans , who have lived under the shadow of United for the past 30 years.
I wan't going to watch the game, I thought City had it wrapped up, but then I had the radio and heard QPR were back in it, so I rushed down to watch
the last 20 minutes, thinking United were gonna snatch it, only to witness the City comeback.
Conflicting thoughts on City; dislike the way the lack of opportunity they give to young, English players - but I guess that's just the way things
In addition I think Tevez is a disgrace and shouldn't play football again for anyone let alone play again for the club he disrespected so much - but
I guess that just sums up Mancini who seems quite weak when it comes to man management.
But I am pleased for the Man City fans who have been very loyal and have stuck with them through all the bad times.
I have a few good mates who are City fans and have seen them suffer.
Had a couple of run in's with City back in the day as well,
On the whole I think City probably just deserved it, they beat United twice and they played some great football.
What an advertisement for The Premier League the final day was, maybe not the best technically in the world but without a doubt the most exciting.
As a slight aside; we all know Joey Barton is a bit of a tosser at times, but he wears his heart on his sleeve, gives 100% at all times and at least
he has a pair of balls unlike so many professional footballers....but even I find it hard to defend him for yesterdays shenanigans - he let his team
mates and fans down badly when they really needed him to show some self-restraint for once.
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