Manchester City vs. Tottenham Hotspur: Questions for the Media and City

David JacobsCorrespondent IMay 5, 2010

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - MAY 05:  A Manchester City fans looks dejected at the end of the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur at the City of Manchester Stadium on May 5, 2010 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
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Just thought I'd have a go at the nay-sayers who have been knocking Spurs non-stop and trying to unsettle players by accusing them of Nazi salutes without good-quality photo evidence.

MEDIA: You want to try unsettling us next year???

RAFA BENITEZ: Have you packed your bag yourself? Have you left it unattended at any time? Have Spurs dropped enough points for you to just nick fourth?

ANDY GRAY: Still have something against us?

DAILY STAR: Does nobody else apart from Gudjohnsen have blonde hair and a beard?

You see, it's not so nice when you're on the receiving end of everybody's doubt and insult, is it?

THE DIRECTORS BOARD AT MANCHESTER CITY:  So when are you going to sack Mancini and bring Mark Hughes back in the fray? I mean, Mancini hasn't met the agreed target has he. If you'd given Hughes a chance, he might have got 4th for you. Hang on, forget both of them; throw money at Mourinho instead! You're very good at throwing your weight around but no end product seems to come of it.

One more question for you - How silly do you feel now thinking that you can get rid of a charismatic, hard-working, spirited manager (Hughes) and replace him with someone who I always knew wasn't going to push City any further or any faster than they were going (Mancini)?

--------------- = NOTHING


NOTHING x (Chop + Change) = STILL NOTHING!


Finally, actual football has beaten money. Enjoy your debt. I know I will ;)

A reason for writing this article was out of retaliation to a former Manchester City player's delusion on a Sky Sports News pre-match interview. He was asked if City could attract the likes of Torres and Gerrard (e.g. with money...?) if they reached 4th place. He said they could! Top European players aren't going to drop everything at their current club to sign contracts at a Champions' League newbie. Neither Spurs nor City would be able to. It made my blood boil so I've just blown off the steam on here. Sorry, but things have to be said I'm afraid.

Like it or lump it. Choice is yours...