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Week in Review: Featuring Euro 2008, Sheffield Wednesday, Burnley, Manchester United, Newcastle United, the Web Awards and more…

Here’s everything that happened on City ‘Til I Die this week:

Monday 23rd June 2008: Thomas Rooney ran the rule over the Euro 2008 semi-finalists.

Tuesday 24th June 2008: On Tuesday we remembered a classic Sheffield Wednesday kit, learnt that Burnley still want Darel Russell and looked forward to the unveiling of City’s new away kit by taking a peek at CarrowRoad.net’s idea.

Wednesday 25th June 2008: On Wednesday we marvelled at the new kit and heard talk of Alan Gow joining from Rangers.

Thursday 26th June 2008: On Thursday Reading were linked with a move for long-time City target David Bell, and we finally, finally signed Wes Hoolahan from Blackpool, with Matty Gilks going the other way.

Friday 27th June 2008: Friday was a day of reminiscing. First we looked back at Ipswich’s 9-0 mauling at Old Trafford, and then looked back at a classic Newcastle kit from the mid-nineties.

Saturday 28th June 2008: On Saturday Thomas Rooney declared his relief that the Canaries had managed to bag Wes Hoolahan, but wondered who the next player through the doors at Colney would be. Saturday was also the day that voting in the NCFC on the Web Awards begun, with the Best Messageboard award.

Sunday 29th June 2008: We finished off the week with the vote for Best News Service, and looked forward to the pending announcement regarding new investment in our fine club.

Goodnight, bring on the morning. 🙂



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