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Man City: Petty.. Or Preserving Club History?

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Philtaz | 18:07 Sat 19th May 2012 | News
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/...d-manchester-18129640

Surely they could have let him have it as a once-in-a-lifetime souvenir?

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Strange, many balls are used during a match.

Petty.
"de-arrested"? When was that word invented?

Anyway... it was a once in a lifetime thing for Man City too, so I can see why they might like it for their little trophy cupboard.
couldnt the lad arrested take back a replica ball and kept the original ?
A one hundred million pound football.
It's was ball the scored the winning goal. I would want it back...
incidentally , did Aguero get a booking for removing his shirt after scoring the winner ,would seem rather cruel if he did !
Not petty. A kid nicked their ball and they want it back because it's an important one.
Jno

Anyway... it was a once in a lifetime thing for Man City too, so I can see why they might like it for their little trophy cupboard.

I think it may be the first since '68 but the first of many to come
They are backed by a Gaszillionaire.

Surely they can beat any Clayton roughians in an ebay bidding war.
In your dreams Mass...................
What a waste of police time, grrrr
.......and your worst nightmares Craft? lol

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