Mancini Bar Scarf - Manchester City Fans - £8 (+£3.99 delivery)
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Mancini Bar Scarf - Manchester City Fans - £8 (+£3.99 delivery)

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Found 12th Jan 2010
Not for all fans but its a pretty classy scarf!!

The non-official trademark of new manager Roberto Mancini, Manchester City are putting the scarf on general sale and are taking pre-orders.

This scarf is due into stock week commencing 18th January

ps. I'm a celtic fan!

29 Comments

Is this just no' like the bar scarves you can buy outside any ground on matchday for a fiver?

nice scarf...rangers colours

Original Poster

like i said lads, its not for everyone but I'm sure it'll annoy a few manu fans! lol

chris4mccall;7523606

like i said lads, its not for everyone but I'm sure it'll annoy a few … like i said lads, its not for everyone but I'm sure it'll annoy a few manu fans! lol



Fair point. Heat added :-D

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2006/11/nakamura221106_228x212.jpg

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Hotter than a Tevez hat trick

chris4mccall;7523606

like i said lads, its not for everyone but I'm sure it'll annoy a few … like i said lads, its not for everyone but I'm sure it'll annoy a few manu fans! lol



A scarf will annoy a few Man U fans???? Why would it?

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/01552/jermaine_beckford_1552386c.jpg
http://static.soccerway.com/photo_dynamic/orig/250/relative/12426838940.jpg

Yes that might, I get that, but why would a scarf?!

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Lakeside;7523755

Yes that might, I get that, but why would a scarf?!



I guess cos Mancini will be wearing one next Weds whilst he barks his orders and Fergie looks at his watch whilst chewing cud for 90 mins (or 96 mins if Man U are losing at 90 mins)

I'm no Man U fan but do Man City fans seriously think that supporters of a team that have won everything over the last 20 years will get angry at a scarf from their rivals that haven't won a trophy in a generation or more?

Or that they may knock them out of the League cup???

Ludicrous people!

I guess I could buy it because it's the colours of Argentina...

I'm sure it would get a reaction from all the England fans on holiday during the World Cup... :-D

http://i49.tinypic.com/28vuceb.jpg

:whistling:

Lakeside;7523870

I'm no Man U fan but do Man City fans seriously think that supporters of … I'm no Man U fan but do Man City fans seriously think that supporters of a team that have won everything over the last 20 years will get angry at a scarf from their rivals that haven't won a trophy in a generation or more?Or that they may knock them out of the League cup???Ludicrous people!



If the rivalry is strong enough, then yeah. Honours have nothing to do with it.

Lakeside;7523870

I'm no Man U fan but do Man City fans seriously think that supporters of … I'm no Man U fan but do Man City fans seriously think that supporters of a team that have won everything over the last 20 years will get angry at a scarf from their rivals that haven't won a trophy in a generation or more?Or that they may knock them out of the League cup???Ludicrous people!



exactly, man city = small time club

33 years, say no more

AyrHoopy;7523910

I guess I could buy it because it's the colours of Argentina...I'm sure … I guess I could buy it because it's the colours of Argentina...I'm sure it would get a reaction from all the England fans on holiday during the World Cup... :-D:whistling:



Grrrrr damn you Scottish with your Argentina scarves lol

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souljacker;7523928

exactly, man city = small time club33 years, say no more



You Fergies PR assistant SJ?

Lakeside;7524007

Grrrrr damn you Scottish with your Argentina scarves lol



It's the only international top I'll wear.

Islas Malvinas! :-D

A hearty alternative to Scotland qualifying and being there themselves. Enjoy!

Lakeside;7524476

A hearty alternative to Scotland qualifying and being there themselves. … A hearty alternative to Scotland qualifying and being there themselves. Enjoy!



Couldn't give a damn about Scotland or any other national team to be honest.

Except from when they're playing England.....

AyrHoopy;7523925

If the rivalry is strong enough, then yeah. Honours have nothing to do … If the rivalry is strong enough, then yeah. Honours have nothing to do with it.



Especially when Rangers have the Double, eh?

Glasgow rivalry is far more interesting to Scots fans. The "who is more bankrupt than the other" competition at present is quite thrilling.

nobbyogden;7525896

Especially when Rangers have the Double, eh?



That being the prime example. Celtic/Rangers could have won every honour going in the last 20 years and they'd still hate the other with a passion.

Lakeside;7525948

Glasgow rivalry is far more interesting to Scots fans. The "who is more … Glasgow rivalry is far more interesting to Scots fans. The "who is more bankrupt than the other" competition at present is quite thrilling.



Rangers may be in about £30m worth of debt, but it's small change compared to the debt that is propping up the EPL. Celtic, on the other hand, are almost completely debt free.

Banned

Has this got a use by date of the end of this season?

[QUOTE=AyrHoopy;7526096]That being the prime example. Celtic/Rangers could have won every honour going in the last 20 years and they'd still hate the other with a passion.

Surely it's the constant challenging and competing for the same honours that increase the rivalry. City have been off United's radar for quite some time in the 33 years, hence Liverpool entering the rivalry debate and boasting of trophies won over 30 years ago.

if Rangers were in League 2 there's only one reason why rivalry might still be as intense but that has nothing to do with football or geography.

Trophies would be relevant if you had them.

nobbyogden;7526339

Surely it's the constant challenging and competing for the same honours … Surely it's the constant challenging and competing for the same honours that increase the rivalry. City have been off United's radar for quite some time in the 33 years, hence Liverpool entering the rivalry debate and boasting of trophies won over 30 years ago.if Rangers were in League 2 there's only one reason why rivalry might still be as intense but that has nothing to do with football or geography.Trophies would be relevant if you had them.



All I said in my original post which was quoted was that 'if the rivalry is stong enough'..

If you look at the biggest rivalries all over the world, such as Barca/Madrid, Boca/River Plate, CSKA/Spartak or Ajax/Feyenoord, they're all about a lot more than football or geography. The rivalry is created by cultural, social and even political differences. The intensity is there because of that, not the honours won.

I'm not saying it's a good thing, but that's the way it is.

andywedge;7524447

You Fergies PR assistant SJ?



Nope, is anything i said wrong?

it is 33 years isn't it?

Ballymena United scarf. :thumbsup:

Debt free celtic? Why are all their players being sold?

To keep them debt free

Ashton;7532556

Debt free celtic? Why are all their players being sold?



Because the new manager wants his own team. The players leaving are surplus to requirement.

Caldwell's a dumpling and is out of contract in the Summer, Robson was always only a squad player and wouldn't get a game when everyone else was fit. Flood and Killen have hardly kicked a ball in the last year. They're certainly not being shipped out due to money, getting rid of those 4 for £1m and replacing them with 1 £2m centre half confirms that.

In the 2009 financial report our debt was listed as £1.5m. Absolutely nothing in footballing terms.
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