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Mercenary club... Hahahhahah.... Wala sigurong sweldo tong mga players ng ManU kaya hindi sila mga mercenary... Ahihihiihhiihih!!!
napakasakit kuya eddie
is this a self-humiliation thread? LOL @tellracs_eiram
next time kasi, wait for the final whistle or else someone might steal the cake.
~Napakasakit </3 HAHA.
grabe. pat on your back thread starter, you're officially a PEx Legend.
wawa naman... humiliated to the bones talaga... but i doubt if our newest pex legend would be brave enough to admit of being too arrogant of claiming the EPL championship when the other team snatched it from ManU just a few minutes down the line.
jeez... this is why we have that saying "don't count the chicks when the eggs haven't hatched yet.".
Imagine if Dzeko mistimed his jump or Aguero shot wide, this thread wouldn't be legendary.
Feel sorry for united. must be tough to lose it in the dying minutes of the season. But they only have themselves to blame. City should thank them for the 6 points and the 6 goal difference.
United are the moral victors of the season.
We don't spend a fortune for success...we work hard for it, and the motivation for manshitty's players is money alone. If manshitty had the kind of injury crisis that we had this year, they'll be lucky to finish at the top 4. If Vidic and Cleverley had been fit for the entire season we would have run away with the title.
For a club that spent a fortune similar to a small nation's GDP, of course they're going to win the bloody trophy at some point. But again, their victories are hollow and artificial, something true fans will never appreciate. What happened last Sunday wasn't history, it was travesty.
Now we know that with enough money, success can be bought by a club nobody outside England has ever heard of. Football is officially dead.