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Best Match of 2012?
Poll ended at Tue Jan 15, 2013 5:31 pm
Barcelona 3-2 Real Madrid (Spanish Super Cup 1st Leg) 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Manchester City 2-3 Manchester United (Premier League 2011/12) 53%  53%  [ 7 ]
Manchester City 3-2 QPR (Premier League 2011/12) 23%  23%  [ 3 ]
Arsenal 7-3 Newcastle (Premier League 2012/13) 7%  7%  [ 1 ]
Manchester United 4-3 Newcastle (Premier League 2012/13) 7%  7%  [ 1 ]
Reading 3-4 Manchester United (Premier League 2012/13) 7%  7%  [ 1 ]
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 5:31 pm 
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We have had some brilliant games this season. Especially been lucky as United fans. Games that have been left off of the list include the 5-4 in the league cup. The 3-2 with Southampton in the dying moments.

My favourite game of 2012 will be the 4-3 thriller away at Reading. I was at the game and the first 45 minutes were just ridiculous. The second half the fans were just getting their breathe back so I don't know how the players must have been feeling!

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It sucked balls but the City vs QPR game is the best game of 2012 certainly the most memorable.

There were so much riding on it at one point QPR were relegated they then turn it around to 2-1 and Barton goes crazy then 2 goals in injury time win the title for Man City.

Snatching the title from Utd in "Fergie Time" you quite literally couldn't make that story up.


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JSP wrote:
It sucked balls but the City vs QPR game is the best game of 2012 certainly the most memorable.

There were so much riding on it at one point QPR were relegated they then turn it around to 2-1 and Barton goes crazy then 2 goals in injury time win the title for Man City.

Snatching the title from Utd in "Fergie Time" you quite literally couldn't make that story up.


You sound like you really enjoyed it to be honest.

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I've gone for United v Newcastle, coming back three times was a big effort, closely behind is the 3-2 derby, I don't remember particularly enjoying that game.

Missed the Reading match live, but it seemed a bit daft when listening on the radio. :lol:

Not seen any of the other matches so can't comment.

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There was a period of about 30 seconds when I thought we'd won the league that point between the final whistle going at Sunderland and Dzeko making it 2-2 I thought the title was ours as soon as that goal went in I just knew they'd get a 3rd.


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I wont be honest :p citeh 2-3 united

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United Newcastle for me. As Reedo said I didn't really enjoy it at all because we played so badly, but as a game f**k me was it entertaining. Absolutely Crazy.

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Much as it sickened me the QPR/City game is probably the greatest match ever as far as the range of emotions goes.

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Reedo wrote:
I've gone for United v Newcastle...



That was my second choice, but it was close. A very tough decision too.

But I enjoyed beating City 2-3 more. :D

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