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  1. Look at the face on Boris in the background. I have to admit to a cheeky :laugh:.
  2. That was me this morning mind. Without the #
  3. I'm of an age where one hangs out either side in any case!
  4. Using the term 'women' in very loose terms! Sister six toes!
  5. I don't think its a case of lowered expectations. I think its a case of most fans are so battle weary that we can't take much more of the day to day struggle! If we have a quiet season next then I for one would welcome the break. Then maybe we can have another reach for the stars the season after.
  6. I read Chris Garland's A Life of Two Halves. Its a really good read, funny, informative and also a bit tragic at times. Moved me to tears a couple of times!
  7. Just goes to show..... you learn something Neuer every day!
  8. And if they both win then Brum will go down even if they manage a draw with us. I don't think both of them will win but Christ I'd be sh!tting it if I was a Birmingham fan!
  9. Fair play to him. Lets move on now Steve and keep investing!
  10. Yea there will be people but I need a breather from this stress!
  11. That is true for sure. Never boring. I would like a boring mid table finish next season!
  12. I do agree with a lot of the first 2 posts in this thread. SL took a position and gambled that it would pay off. It has paid off and we can only guess what would have happened had he sacked LJ at any given point. However, and its a big however, we shouldn't have been in the sh!te in the first place and the decision to have LJ in place at outset is still by no means proved to be the right one. We are safe with 1 game to spare, the next summer is a massive one and I hope SL is proved correct in his belief of LJ & Co. Loads of ifs and buts, I just don't think I can go through it all again next season!
  13. Like in a Strip Club? Apparently....
  14. In my view yes, it has been really that bad this season. I can cope with City being not very good coz lets face it there are usually more bad times than good supporting City. What I really struggled with is having a pretty good squad in my opinion being wasted on a coaching team that seemed clueless at times. I felt like we as fans were treated like mushrooms for long periods of the season and almost alienated as fans of the club I love. SL stated that 'it would go down to the wire' but we would stay up. True enough but that just isn't good enough. I'm now just relieved that the relegation fight is over and just hope we have a good summer. If we don't recruit right its going to be more of the same next season and that is going to mean more pain and dreading match day!
  15. Ralph Milne