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Note: this article is written in Pidgin English for a Nigerian audience

Man City don beg Ferdinand make e no vex



Manchester City dem don apologise to Rio Ferdinand afta sombodi bin stone am wit coin for face as d Manchesta United defender dey celibrate dem win for Sunday Manchester derbi.

Blood bin dey comot for d English backman face afta dem bin hit am wit sometin wey comot from the people wey dey stadium afta Robin van Persie bin score d winnin gol for the lass minute as United take win for Etihad Stadium.

Police dem for Greater Manchester don launch investigation into d mata, City sef don vex for wetin happen.

" We don apologise to Rio Ferdinand" spokes pesin from City bin talk.

"We sef don condemn d yeye behavior we dis pipo do, we dey review d CCTV witt d police and our own security " We sef go support police for dem investigation and we hope say we go catch the pesin or people wey do dis yeye thing"

Ferdinand no too take d matter serious as im come write for Twitter afta d game talk say im happy for d 3 point wey dem get, but come talk say pesin wey stone am sabi take shot, but im for like say make dem stone am with 1 pound coin insted of d 2 pence wey hit am for face.

City Manager Roberto Mancini bin claim say e no see wetin happen, but e still condemn wetin happen " I no see anytin oh, so i no sabi wetin happen" the Italian bin talk.

One yeye pesin wey wear City jersey bin enter fireld wan harass Ferdinand after Van Persie bin score, but Joe Hart block am before e reach Ferdinand.

Ferdinand come later thank im England paddy before for Twitter say, im respect Joe Hart as im take protect the mumu wey run enter field"

" I dey like alll the talk talk wey fans dey do but e get as e go take reach wey no good, ice water na im beta pass"

City neva lose for house for Premier League nearly reach two years and d difit wey United dash dem so, don open gap wey reach six points as Manchester United don dey lead the table.

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