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Match Preview: Manchester City vs Liverpool (26.12.13)

It’s time for one of the traditional football delights – the Boxing Day match… Full of Christmas turkey, it’s the time of year to gather around and watch the game – the halfway point of the season – it’s a good time to really start judging your team’s chances for the season. And it’s been a perfect Christmas for Liverpool; a perfect 2013 really, with even Gary Neville recognising Brendan Rodgers as the manager of the year…. We are top of the league, our star player has just put pen to paper on a lucrative contract extension and we have one of the highest league points total in many a year. It hasn’t been a season without flaws and we have dropped vital points and performed badly in a few matches: the Hull City, Southampton and Arsenal games spring to mind… But overall we have been doing very well. Our defence could still plug up a little, but the goals are fast-flowing and our attack, tactics and passing have looked better than they have done in a long time. We have possibly the best striker in world football and despite a couple of key injuries our squad is looking strong and performing well, and more importantly playing together as one. We are a force to be reckoned with and our preseason goal of a top four finish is well on the cards, with a chance now of actually lifting our first ever Premiership League trophy. Managerial changes in other top clubs means that an opportunity like this season may not present itself again. The time is ripe. Our Boxing Day fixture this year is a mouthwatering fixture that has been creeping up over the past month. Away at the Etihad to Manchester City. Brendan Rodgers says that the title in Manchester City’s to lose. We are top of the league, but the top five are separated by only two points. It is very congested. Manchester City lie third, only a point behind us. The fixture looks particularly prominent as it is a meeting of the two top scoring Premiership sides. Goals have been free-flowing from both teams this year and Manchester City are the only side to have bagged more goals than us – 51 – 9 more than our 42. They have a perfect home record with 8 wins from 8, with a massive 35 goal tally at the…

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Hot In The City

Hot, sweaty city nights. The Urban Heat Island warms up the landmass and where to go but dancing in the smog-laced street, unless you happen to house it up in your nearest club. Hot In The City is a deep, funky, bang up-for-it mix, perfectly suited for your take on a city night out. 1. DJ T. – City Life feat. Cari Golden (Maya Jane Coles Remix) [Get Physical Music] 2. iO, Goshva – Getaway (Original Mix) [Mulen Records] 3. Motor City Drum Ensemble – L.O.V.E. (DJ-Kicks) (Original Mix) [K7 Records] 4. Audiofly – Nothing To Undo (Original Mix) [Cocoon Recordings] 5. NTFO, Rhadow – Roots (Original Mix) [Sintope Digital] 6. Olene Kadar – Baby Keep It Up feat. D-Low (Pooley’s Main Mix) [Lo:Rise] 7. Kollektiv Turmstrasse – Was Bleibt (Jimpster Vocal Remix) [Connaisseur Recordings] 8. Maya Jane Coles – You (Edu Imbernon Remix) [Cr2 Records] 9. Kevin Saunderson – Future feat. Inner City (Kenny Larkin Tension Mix) [Defected] 10. Audiojack – Get Serious (Original Mix) [2020Vision] 11. Edu Imbernon, Los Suruba – Punset (Solomun Remix) [Eklektisch] 12. Cavalier – Kaimanawa (Original Mix) [Drumpoet Community] 13. Thugfucker, Tale Of Us, Life And Death – Step Aside (Lightweight) Feat. Scott McCloud (Original Mix) [Visionquest] 14. Maya Jane Coles – Bubbler (Original Mix) [Loco Records Supreme] 15. Dominik Eulberg – Die 3 Millionen Musketiere (Gabriel Ananda “Kleines Woelkchen” Remix) [Traum] 16. John Julius Knight – Larry’s Jam (Original Mix) [Blacklist] Wez G – Hot In The City by Wezg on Mixcloud

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