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Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid EmailManchester City fans have lent their support to an anti-S*n campaign after declaring: “The lies could have been about us”.
The newspaper’s infamous ‘The Truth’ front page in 1989 falsely claimed that Reds fans stole from the dead and obstructed the emergency services.
On Friday, the City fan account tweeted: “We’ll be shouting down the LFC fans on sunday but we support their campaign @totaleclipse96 – a paper which has demonised normal people.”
The tabloid newspaper is hated across Merseyside for its disgraceful and inaccurate coverage of the aftermath of the Hillsborough disaster in 1989 which saw 96 Liverpool fans killed.
High-level discussions between Liverpool FC officials and the Total Eclipse of The S*n campaign concluded that a complete banning would be brought in with immediate effect on February 10.
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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola brushes off Champions League exit, saying chairman supports his vision
Pep Guardiola brushed off the biggest Champions League failure of his managerial career by insisting he has never felt so powerful as a coach.
The Manchester City manager said he received the full backing of Khaldoon al-Mubarak, the club’s chairman, in the wake of their Champions League round of 16 exit to Monaco.
Guardiola, who had never failed to reach the Champions League semi-finals before, could finish the season without a trophy for the first time in eight seasons as a manager if City do not win the FA Cup.
But the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach said he had never experienced such empowerment and had been emboldened by the steadfast support of City’s hierarchy since his team threw away a two-goal advantage to bow out on away goals to Monaco after a 6-6 aggregate scoreline.
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