I’ve never felt more like singing the Blues, City win; United lose, Oh City, you’ve got me singing the Blues…
Now then, doesn’t that little song make you feel better?
I watched yesterday’s Manchester derby via the Sky Sports channel and needless to say; I was captivated by City’s performance and of course the 3-1 win. The thing is, I was too busy celebrating post-match and missed what Graeme Souness had to say to that irk, who is Gary Neville.
In case you missed it.
NEVILLE v SOUNESS@GNev2 and Graeme Souness had differing opinions on what is happening at Manchester United right now.
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) November 11, 2018
Did you notice Pablo’s glance when Neville struggled and squirmed to answer a straightforward Souness question?
No one knows what the former Manchester City right-back was thinking, and so I would like to hazard a guess.
“This bloke is a ****.…..”
I can’t say what I would like for fear of breaking various publishing rules, and so I will leave that for you to add in the comments section directly below this article.
Pablo left City and joined West Ham United on a free in May 2017 but, the good news is that his two-year contract expires in six months’ time, which leaves me wondering?
— • (@Beardamendi) April 29, 2018
Will City’s fans favourite make a City return, not as a player but in some other role and if so, what would it be?
We know he is Blue, through and through and so come on Zaba, in May 2019 pack your bags and come on home.
— Manchester City (@ManCity) May 26, 2017
Have to admit, I loved his Tweet before Sunday’s kick-off.
— Pablo Zabaleta (@pablo_zabaleta) November 11, 2018
Pablo Zabaleta has just walked up ahead of the team pic.twitter.com/AEMIw5zqs3
— Simon Bajkowski (@spbajko) November 11, 2018
When talking about David Silva’s performance yesterday, Zaba came out with this: “This guy doesn’t need to run so much. His brain and quality is there to make things happen.”
“How lucky are Manchester City to have a player like him He probably had the opportunity to play at Barcelona or Real Madrid, but he decided to come to Manchester City and extended his contract twice.
“He thinks he is at home. He is enjoying his football at Manchester City and the City fans and everyone in England should be so happy to see this guy playing week in and week out at that level.”
Fitting words, don’t you agree?
Until the next time.
I’ve never felt more like singing the Blues, City win; United lose, Oh City, you’ve got me singing the Blues.