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  1. If the general public refused to pay for match tickets, Sky and BT subscriptions, replica shirts etc then clubs would not have the cash, or arguably even the incentive, to pay players like Downing 50k a week.
  2. Cheapest I can recall paying (me actually paying, not my dad etc) was 50p into the schoolboys' enclosure in the early 1980s. For the same area, albeit now a seat, I get hit with however many hundreds it is for a season ticket.
  3. Some years back, our pre-match pub used to be The Pump House, requiring a walk over the grass knoll, past the book depository and down the railway lines: sad to see another part of my City past flushed down the shitter. (that said, never understood why we picked the Pump House in the first place: it was inconvenient for all of us)
  4. Paging @Never to the dark side to the main stage: any idea when the August TV line-up is likely to be confirmed? Eyeing up the Villa game but don't want to sort flights until the KO is fixed.
  5. After some head scratching I am up to 98. ↑ Most northerly ground: Friends Arena home to AIK, Sweden → Most easterly ground: Dinamo Stadium home to Dynamo Moscow, CSKA Moscow ↓ Most southerly ground: Estadio Pedro Bidegain home to San Lorenzo ← Most westerly ground: Soldier Field home to Chicago Bears, Chicago Fire
  6. When I moved to that there London in the mid 1990s I started going to games with the London Branch mob. Even though it has long since disbanded, and I am miles away, I am still in touch with the core of that group and still see them at games home and away. Oddly (or maybe not) only once in the intervening 20+ years have I seen them at something other than a City game.
  7. Given the chance I would have draped a City banner on my dad's coffin, but given he was cremated in his Rovers top and the exit music was Goodnight Irene, I think a fight would have broken out.
  8. 1 day and 32 posts in, and still no pussy gags? Shame on you all.
  9. RIP Brian.
  10. Having by-passed a mid-life crisis requiring me to buy a sports car, and being someone utterly disinterested in cars generally, I recently bought a Kia Sorento (the big brother of the Sportage) and it has proved to be a great car. A friend has the Sportage: I think he is on his 2nd or 3rd one.
  11. at the risk of utterly jinxing it, much brighter stuff this week.
  12. A guy I know here in Cayman used to live in the same squat in Bristol as some of Vice Squad.
  13. Fantastic band.
  14. In the past year cancer has taken my mum and my dog. Cancer can indeed go **** itself.
  15. The Chameleons.