Date: 31st January 2010 at 2:30am
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Has it now come to pass that the Carling Cup has become the be all and end all to Manchester united?.

Baconface ditches the promise to the kids who got them to the semi final. Then they even take an extra game ban for duck face so he can play against City.

Has the poisonious pensioner finally realised that this is in fact their best and probably only chance of getting into Europe in the future?

All the signs are there. The yanks are intent on milking the cash cow until it screams for mercy. The demented geriatric cannot go on much longer or they will have to mash up his pre match meal.

And once a blue, always a red, Wayne Rooney will surely have to be sold so as to enable the Glazers to buy another helicopter each.

So I say to all you tourists out there, make the most of it while you can. THERE IS A NEW ORDER and it is BLUE.

City CEO Garry Cook has took a bit of a slating for his boasts recently but I for one cannot agree with him more.

Manchester City will eventually dominate English football of that I have no doubt at all.

It is a matter of when and not if City will look across at a half empty swamp when all the pothunters have moved on to greener pastures.

I read someone on Vital Manchester City yesterday say that the Glazers will never sell the rags while they are still making money for them and this is exactly right. They will bleed the swamp dry then jump ship just as fast your average Man U fanatic will.

So make the most of your day out at Wembley boys, it may be your last for quite some time.

One last thing, I have to say that your anti Glazer campaign is really hard to understand.

To your average outsider the Glazers and Man united seem like a match made in heaven.

You really do deserve each other.

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