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Fans Mock Manchester City For Turnout At Trophy Parade

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Fans Mock Manchester City For Turnout At Trophy Parade

Death, taxes and rival fans mocking Manchester City for how many supporters they have - the three inevitabilities in life, and the last one has happened again, following their trophy parade.

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The Etihad didn't exactly look empty as City won the league for the fourth time in five years on Sunday evening, with fans running onto the pitch to celebrate.

Of course the scenes were unfortunately marred by the attack on Aston Villa goalkeeper Robin Olsen, and one fan literally had his day 'ruined' and missed the trophy lift because of the invasion, but at least there was no doubt about the stadium being full.

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But rivals didn't have to wait long for another chance to mock the City faithful, or Cityzens as they're also known, with the trophy parade around Manchester on Monday evening.

Plenty seemed to turn up on Deansgate to celebrate their latest success, the 10th year in the past 12 they've won something, but rivals didn't think it was enough, especially considering how many turned up in Milan for AC Milan's own parade.

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I think if you ask any of the residence of Manchester city centre they'd tell you there were plenty of fans lining the streets to see the open top bus go past.

What's more is, City fans have rather got used to seeing their team drive the trophy through Manchester, what with their recent success.

Milan were celebrating their first Serie A title in 11 years, also won on the final day of the season as any dropped points against Sassuolo would have let Inter Milan in.

For what's it worth, there was plenty of entertainment for anyone who did get to witness the parade, all six of them, as Jack Grealish was in fine form.

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The City forward, who didn't get on in the final game of the season, hilariously thanking Bernardo Silva for coming off the pitch before the comeback was completed.

He then had Pep Guardiola in tears for his comments about Kyle Walker, but may have gone too far in mocking Newcastle United's Miguel Almiron, seemingly for no reason.

Featured Image Credit: PA/Twitter

Topics: AC Milan, Serie A, Manchester City, Premier League

Ryan Sidle
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