nnnnnnnnaaaaaaaarrrrrrrggghhhhh Aguero.Outside of my son being born, was best day of my life... amazing so glad the way it played out, made it all the more memorable.
In a moment of madness or a burst of masochism to balance out the joyous emotions since Sunday, out of idle curiosity I picked up a copy of Red Issue. Not as City hating as anticipated, indeed the unhappiness at their own team's situation boils over into a massive use of expletives throughout. However, there is one deeply disturbing article which is an interview with another self-confessed red in Martin McGuinnes who admits to being "involved" with the IRA. I'm going to say no more, but if Gerry Adams was to declare himself a blue, I do not see KOTK banging on his door for an interview.
Just in casr he's reading this, I think Martin McGuinness is a thoroughly nice chap although I don't like his brew much, it tastes like Ryan Giggs pissed in it to be honest.
It's only just about sunk in a week later. I really thought we'd blown it. Wondered about Milner rather than De Jong replacing YaYa and given the decent number of balls into the box, Dzeko should have come on sooner. Edin seems a good bloke from his post match interview, appeared quite emotional.In some ways, I enjoyed the Gillingham game more. This match was so tense and until the last few minutes all seemed to be going wrong...I did blub a bit at the final whistle as much out of relief as anything. Let's hope it's the just our first title in this era.Alex
I cried after the winning goal, during the celebrations and on at least two other occasions whilst watching highlights since. I'm sure I'll shed a few more tears over the coming weeks untill it all settles down and we start all over again. But for now it's a chance to exterminate a few ghosts.
For the benefit of those who haven't visited this site, take a look as there are many City photos on display inclusing those from the QPR gamehttp://www.mancity.tk/