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# Noisy neighbours

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# Noisy neighbours
Douglas taste sweet revenge in Cork by dethroning Nemo Rangers
A late goal by Daniel Harte was the difference in a game between the two local rivals on Leeside.
# Noisy neighbours
Solskjaer not giving up hope of catching Man City
Man City are 10 points clear of their local rivals.
# Noisy neighbours
Forget the title, derby defeat leaves Man Utd fighting for top four
Eighth-placed United are now as close to Cardiff in the relegation zone as they are to City.
# Noisy neighbours
'I think we have enough': Lukaku says investment isn't necessary for United to challenge City
Romelu Lukaku says the only difference is consistency.
# Noisy neighbours
Man City crowned Premier League champions after United slip up to rock-bottom West Brom
Jay Rodriguez scored the goal that handed Pep Guardiola his first Premier League crown.
# Noisy neighbours
Pep Guardiola claims he was offered Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan by Mino Raiola in January
The Catalan has hit back at the super-agent in remarkable fashion on the eve of the Manchester derby.
# Noisy neighbours
Winning title against Man United would be 'wonderful' – De Bruyne
The opportunity to wrap up the league by beating the Red Devils this weekend is a prospect that the Belgium international is relishing.
# Noisy neighbours
'It's a once in a lifetime opportunity' – Kompany eyes title win against Man United
Pep Guardiola’s men could clinch the crown at the Etihad Stadium against none other than their arch-rivals, a chance Kompany is raring to grab.
# Noisy neighbours
Mourinho knew Man Utd job 'wouldn't be easy' as title questions remain
The Portuguese coach was appointed to help the Red Devils restore domestic dominance and he remains fully committed to his three-year contract.
# Noisy neighbours
Man Utd and Man City in derby row over Amazon documentary
Amazon have been working with the Premier League leaders on a behind-the-scenes project all season, but their access will be limited at Old Trafford.
# Noisy neighbours
Pep Guardiola: Man City are still 10 years behind rivals Man United
The Man City boss says the club are playing catch-up with their rivals.
# squeaky bed
These neighbours had the best reaction to a young lad next door having loud sex
SOUND.
# the language
This is the most hilariously angry noise complaint note ever left after a party
They didn’t even try to be passive aggressive.
# man on a mission
Man City beware! United have sent out a statement of title intent, says van Gaal
The Old Trafford boss has his sights set nt on their local rivals at the top of the table.
# Operation Cheddar
Problems, what problems? Laois record first championship win over Offaly for 43 years
They’ll face Galway in the semi-final.
# Noisy neighbours
The Goat, Kanchelskis and other unlikely heroes from past Manchester derbies
Who could prove to be this afternoon’s match-winner…?
# Noisy neighbours
Manchester City are worried by United's form, says Van Gaal
The Red Devils manager has claimed that Manuel Pellegrini’s side are concerned with the recent performances of their city rivals ahead of the Manchester derby on Sunday.
# Noisy neighbours
Rooney: Manchester United deserved more in derby
Sergio Aguero’s goal was the difference as Manchester City beat their 10-men visitors 1-0 on Sunday, but the striker is confident Louis van Gaal’s methods are taking effect.
# Noisy neighbours
Is the Manchester derby finally a rivalry worth the name again?
City have beaten United in five out of the last six Premier League clashes between the pair, but Louis van Gaal is closing the gap as they prepare for Sunday’s meeting.
# everybody needs...
9 furious thoughts everyone has had about their neighbours
With a little understanding….
# Noisy neighbours
City now a bigger club than United, says Pellegrini
,But we can’t forget what Manchester United did in the last years,’ he adds ahead of the Barca showdown.
# Noisy neighbours
David Moyes struggles to find reasons for Manchester United's display
‘I never lost like that here with Everton,’ says United manager.
# Noisy neighbours
Roberto Mancini: No Manchester City interest in Rooney
‘I can understand Rooney would be upset if he didn’t play but these are things that can happen in every team. After one week is finished.’
# Noisy neighbours
I always win, Mancini warns Alex Ferguson
The Man City is in bullish form ahead of the busy Christmas period.
# Noisy neighbours
Lescott aims to deny United the title at Eastlands
“You can feel the excitement already. Although they might not like to admit it, United now see us as their main rivals.”
# Noisy neighbours
Home thoughts: Fergie still reckons Manchester derby will be crucial
Despite the recent contrast in form between United and City, Ferguson said the 30 April clash at Etihad Stadium could still have a huge bearing on the outcome.
# Six Nations
It's Leinster v Munster again, but where does the rivalry rank?
This derby has evolved into one of the great sporting rivalries in Irish sport in recent years. And we’ll do it again this weekend.
# Tense
Young keen to pounce on Manchester City mistakes
“Any time they slip up and we can take advantage, then we will,” the England man promises.
# Noisy neighbours
United fans taunt Tevez and City with new poster
The digital image, poking fun at the Argentine striker’s latest row, was erected in Manchester town centre yesterday.
# Game on
In video: Tipp expecting tough battle from Déise
After last year’s close run thing with Galway in the All-Ireland quarter-final, the Premier don’t fancy taking the long road to Croke Park again.
# Noisy neighbours
It's go time: Canty asked to drop back while Kerry plan without Galvin
Rebels are gunning for first Championship victory over arch-rivals in Killarney since 1995.
# Noisy neighbours
Man City chiefs to meet over Munich chants
Eastlands officials will move to stamp out references to Man United’s famous air disaster before the Blues’ date at Wembley.