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by on September 9, 2011
  • seanchez says:
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    If you take a step back for a moment this was a great match to watch, from a neutral point of view (i am an arsenal fan). I think the writer summed up the first quarter perfectly as it was very boring in the first half of the the first half. I think City deserved the goal they got later in the half. It pains me to say, but costa is playing some brilliant stuff at the moment because they would not have won the game without him. Willian came on and did okay but he got that goal so I can't say anything against him. And hazard took his goal very well so again, I can't say anything about him either. the scenes at the end of the match are just putting a bad look on the game I think. There was a pundit on Sky who said that's the thing he would want to see in a big game like this, but I think that is an idiotic statement from him as you don't lke to see that in football. Aguero's tackle was disgraceful and it should be more that a four game ban. i have to say that the Fernandinho's red card was a complete joke, Fabregas should be ashamed of himself for diving over the advertisement board and getting an innocent player banned for three games as, if he didn't go over the board, there would be no red card. But good news for Arsenal I guess. this has really shown Chelsea's character. Oh wait, you thought I would forget, didn't you?. How did DeBruyne miss that?. City fans are saying it bobbled up at the last second but at this level of English football, that's no excuse. I just can't get my head around how this apparently world class player can miss that. This is slightly off topic, but on world class players how can Alan Shearer not think Alexis is world class?. He's just proved it at every single level, he's won the La Liga, Copa Del Rey, Champions League, FA Cup, Copa America and in the final he scored the winner in the shootout with a lovely chip and in the second one, he was player of the tournament. He just needs to come out and say he's made a mistake and that Alexis is world class so this debate can come to an end. Sorry about my little rant, but it had to be done as Alexix is definitely world class Alan!. Now, I'm just talking nonsense to make the comment longer as I want to break the record for the longest ever comment on Clic news!. Unfortunately, I have run out of things to say so, of course I have to stop now (you do realise that sentence was just to make the comment longer don't you?). This is also jsut to make the comment longer than it should be...just saying, but if you take out this and all the part about Alexis then, it's a good comment but since I am now writing random stuff, the comment looks a lot better than it actually is. It's just the way our bodies work.

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  • mimi707 mimi707 says:
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    Great article. The people of Dublin are very friendly and love to have a chat. Some of these stories were very funny I like then on about the feather hat!!! The odd time I travel on a bus I see some strange people doing strange things but it always makes you laugh in the end.

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  • mimi707 mimi707 says:
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    Great article. The poor boy but it was good he wasn't badly hurt. I guess the outcome in the end was good as he got โ‚ฌ12,500!! I do not see the point in tampering with water meteres. The person messing with them should and would most likely feel guilty if somebody got hurt by a metere he or she tampered with.

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  • polly1214 polly1214 says:
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    This is a devastating thing to happen. Natural disasters are tragic tings to occur .These things happen a lot in Asia and it's a catastrophe. Especially so close to Christmas. I would hate for anything like this to happen to me or my family. And I hope that every survivor gets temporary house in time for Christmas.

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  • RhW RhW says:
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    OH MY GOD! NO! If giraffes become extinct then I will literally cry for days. Giraffes are my favourite animals and every chance I get, I spend ages looking at them. Giraffes are such majestic creatures and don't diserve to be extinct. I'm even trying to start up #savethegiraffes on social media.

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  • unicornvalley says:
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    Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year.There are lots of ways you can spend Christmas.One of them is watching a Christmas movie with your family.I've watched them all movies above.My favourite ones are The Polar Express,Frozen and Rise of The Gaurdians. We must remember that not everyone in the world is having a great time.Some don't even have a house to live in. I hope you post more articles like this.

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    One of the reasons I like Christmas is decorating your house.It can be fun and sometimes a bit stressful.You can make gingerbread trees or baubles to hang on your tree.I really like this article because I never knew Christmas trees were discovered by a monk. I hope you post more Christmas things like this.

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  • Moustaches1011 Moustaches1011 says:
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    This is a very relatable article because my Mam is a health care worker which is actually very similar to a social care worker. The difference between these two jobs are that a Social Care Worker works for those with either a terrible past, has a family which aren't with them and those who have a few disabilities and the difference between a Health Care Worker is that they help those who are sick have disabilities and help those who are sick. I liked reading this article on the job of a Social Care Worker and what they do and would like to hear more like this n CLiC News and maybe add a little comparison to add a little twist to the article. ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

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  • seanchez says:
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    This is one of the funniest stories I've ever seen on Clic News. I can't believe the luck that this boy and his family received because of this little thing. I'm not a part of this family at all so I'm not sure what they're going to do with the money but think of how much help 12,500 euro would help a family in terms of taxes, rent and their very own leisure. I really liked this story because it was short, interesting and funny.

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  • martha514 says:
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    I am the youngest so I definitely agree with this. Yes the youngest is always the pet. But I do think that the youngest will be responsible when they have to be. There is nothing wrong with being funny and carefree when you are a child . When you get older you need to be a bit more responsible but there is plenty time for that. My Mam says you'll be an adult for a long time but a child for only a few years.

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