The sequels to Citeh The Movie finally revealed

The Daily Mirror can only be classed as one of the few quality newspaper in the country. It has now revealed the secret that all Manchester City fans have been anxiously waiting for. Here are some the movie remakes that the Blues may consider as sequels to their first feature film – Citeh The Movie which has its world premiere tonight. Please feel free to send in any other suggestions.

The Daily Mirror can only be classed as one of the few quality newspaper in the country. It has now revealed the secret that all Manchester City fans have been anxiously waiting for. Here are some the movie remakes that the Blues may consider as sequels to their first feature film – Citeh The Movie which has its world premiere tonight. Please feel free to send in any other suggestions.

The Expendables: Stephen Ireland, Valeri Bojinov and Martin Petrov embark on a revenge mission against their ruthless former employers.

O Brother, Where Art Thou?: Kolo Toure’s long passes fail to find Yaya.

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Tiger Woods and Wales’ Craig Bellamy discuss the art of golf club-based violence.

Groundhog Day: United win it in the last minute of injury time. Again.

Brewster’s Millions: Roberto Mancini has to waste £300million in a crazy spending spree – to inherit an even bigger fortune!

The English Patient: On the treatment table with Michael Johnson.

Shaun of the Dead: Life in the stiffs with SWP.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Joe Hart, Mario Balotelli and Carlos Tevez go out for a drink together.

The Dark Knight: Sir Alex Ferguson rages against the noisy neighbours.

Psycho: Nigel De Jong talks us through his World Cup final performance.

Taxi Driver: How Fergie beat City to the signing of Berbatov.

City Of God: Sheikh Mansour’s latest signing: The Creator himself!

With thanks to Steve Anglesey of the Daily Mirror

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