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Friday, 13 December 2013

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The only red thing in Manchester that's on fire!

The red side of Manchester was in turmoil today as Moyes (who?) announced that his Dutch, superstar striker, Robin van Persie, will miss 8 games over the festive period!

Thousands of Chinese, Japanese, and other Asian origin Reds were seen storming the Man City superstore demanding Aquero replica shirts. Other local supporters, the minority, headed for the Manchester canal hoping to end it all and the flag was lowered to half mast above the Sir Alex Ferguson stand where it has been since he decided to jump the sinking ship!

Robin was iced and cool about his injury and gave the following comment to the pink Manchester press a healthy mixture of light blue and red makes pink and here it is:

"Gottverdommen, kut Moyes and Neville they couldn't train a herd of rampaging bison let alone highly, fine tuned profi soocer players like myself, I need the ball not gottverdommen marathon running. I want a transfer back to Arsenal where I will win my second championship in 2 years, Jesus, where is Sir Alex, gottverdommen!"

Moyes meanwhile dismissed all rumours of RVP being unhappy and sent him a Christmas present, an Everton replica shirt with Fellaini on the back to remind everybody how good they once both were as blues before they turned red (faced)!

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