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  1. http://m.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/40412928 Seems the report from the instigation will be released tomorrow.
  2. They wont become a yoyo club if they keep their squad though. They were deducted 3 points this season and still finished high enough that they would have been in Europe were it not for their ban. Keep their squad and should relegation happen they will be up first time and top half again first season up.
  3. Mostly, but it seems like at least one deal is close to done (though, as you say it could all be media guff)
  4. By this years I mean 2017-18.
  5. I always get it on steam. Might have to miss this years or wait for a sale (usually get it at the beta phase) due to money.
  6. FC Utrech have some fans who follow Bristol Manor Farm, have a banner made with the clubs logos on it and they flew over to Manor Farms final game of the season. The fact Manor Farm and Utrecht have never played each other EVER is clearly the two clubs snubbing their fans.
  7. I have described all friendlies as a meaningless game, that is what they are, just a run about to get fitness up.
  8. When I did my first season as City, I signed a Brazilian called Samuel for circa 700k. The guy was a revelation. Scoring in every game from October to December and I didn't lose if he scored. That was until late december when he scored and then had his ankle broken. Lost that game and my form faltered. He returned from injury 2 games before the playoffs and scored the goal to win promotion Would reccommend him for anyone in the Championship needing a decent striker for a low fee.
  9. Hopesy mkII
  10. Im not anti it at all. But in a case of Willem or Twente, I would rather see City face Twente, given they have a bigger stature in football.
  11. Wondering who is "anti" having a friendly with Willem?
  12. Most clubs havent...
  13. The game would be meaningless to the vast majority. That is the point being made. If the majority of the fanbase wanted this, then it could be a kick in the teeth, but it is safe to say that isn't the case.
  14. Hegeler is a quality player, but hadnt adapted to the speed of the Championship. The quality he had was easy to see, but throwing a player who isn't up to speed into a relegation fight isn't the smartest idea. While frustrating, his lack of game time was, to a point, understandable (though I would have wanted him starting against Brum, given we were safe.) I stand by what I said, I expect Hegeler will get a fair bit more game time.
  15. It is a home friendly, the amount that we have taken to Latvia etc is irrelevent. Unless you are saying we would have a significantly bigger home attendace against Willem than Twente, in which case I disagree. I'd expect Twente to be a bigger draw, being a regular in the Europa League. But would expect the difference in the crowd compared to Willem to be almost negligible all things considered.