The lads ran their socks into the ground.
I feel that other issues have been laid to rest, not in a grudging way, but in the spirit I urged, as a truly united football club.
Everyone remembers Stuart Pearce as a determined, aggressive player, who played with great heart and enthusiasm that gave him a great career in the game.
We had Aston Villa come here and defend for their lives and Manchester City have done exactly the same.
Christ, they only lost one game. When was the last time that was done, a hundred years ago?
You can't applaud the referee. He's a young man and didn't give himself a chance. He's a fiery character and, when he's thinking he's been done an injustice, he reacts like that.
It looked as if we were starting to control the match. We might have gone on to get a good result for ourselves. It certainly took away one of our best players.
I think he's such a high profile player that we are not surprised, not at all.
Nobody is scoring that many goals, so at least if we are creating chances we have taken one step forward.
fault and fault, cheat and cheat.
allegations of improper conduct, let alone sexual assault, on my part are untrue and entirely without foundation.
I believe that the British public, however, is fair-minded and will make their own judgement about a young woman and her boyfriend now trying to make huge sums by selling their story.
I didn't think the referee had a choice with the red card.
The one serious doubt is Ruud. It's looking very doubtful for him at the moment.