Manc


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Manc

(mæŋk)
n, adj
1. (Peoples) informal Brit short for Mancunian
2. (Placename) informal Brit short for Mancunian
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A fantastic win, three points bagged The Mancs went north, their shoulders sagged.
As for the Mancs who become rich and famous, excuse my ignorance but I was under the impression that Cheshire was outside your boundaries?
68 tomorrow, and here's five reasons why: a) their best defender, Chris Riggott, is suspended; b) their record in games immediately after European ventures leaves them more red-faced than Harry Kewell following his wife's 'peachy' jungle revelations; c) Tottenham are excellent at home, but even better away, their one Premiership defeat being an unlucky one-goal reverse at Bolton; d) Jermain Defoe, buoyed by a super individual strike against Pompey, will be hungry for goals in front of England assistant Steve McClaren; e) never-say-die comebacks against Charlton, the Mancs and Villa prove they're a 90-minute team of skill and resilience.
Arsenal, with their main men firing, are a six-to-eight points better outfit than the Mancs over a season.
I can understand their anger at his desire to leave the club, and I only hope that Everton finish above the Mancs in the league this year, which looks like a possibility
I think Mancs are miserable because they don't have a sense of humour like us Scousers.
The Magpies themselves are fluttering about near the top of the league, Leeds, Chelsea and the Mancs are in hot pursuit.
Never mind, the Elland Road clash promises to be ace and if the Mancs win this after having had so many mega games recently, they really are something else.
Bodybuilder Nathan De Asha, 25, posted comments including "hit town an get something out of it" and "the Mancs took Arndale.