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  1. Promised land

    Pros: * Competing at the top level in the country would be nice * Chance to see some of the world's best players more often * Generates more of a buzz for league games * Bigger away days * Rewarding to see Lansdown, Johnson, Tinman, even Scotty Murray and all the others that have been at the club for some time really achieve something special * More likely to progress further in cups, and hugely increases likelihood of reaching/winning an FA Cup or League Cup Cons: * Even if we do ok and stay up, we wouldn't be "competing" very well. In the last 20/30 years, we've generally been either a good/decent 3rd tier, or mid/poor 2nd level team. But even when we've struggled in the Championship, there's always a sense that with a few improvements we could realistically be challenging at the top (as this season has shown). It's highly unlikely that we'll get to that footing in the Premier League and even if we did we'd still be way behind the top 6/7 long-term * "Casual" fans are gonna become even more irritating. Not sure casual is the right word to use as it's fine to have a casual interest in something. When you speak of that interest as if your word is gospel is when it can get annoying, and this would happen every single week around the city * Harder to get tickets * A big chance we'd start to feel even more isolated from the players as their wages would rise and they'd just generally become more disconnected
  2. Team for QPR

    Steele Wright Flint Baker Bryan Brownhill Pack Smith Paterson Diony Reid
  3. Leeds badge

    The reactions on twitter are gold
  4. Maggers..........(Merged)

    Nothing like a bit of support..
  5. Worth a Call to Chelski for Tammy?

    Maybe next season..
  6. VAR a shambles -Shearer

    Just catching up on all this now and Shearer's "shambles" argument is bizarre, considering he was only talking before about how it should only be used in factual circumstances. That's exactly what VAR has done in this case - there wasn't clear enough evidence to show that the referee was wrong and hence his original call stands. That's fine. I think it probably was a penalty personally but it's (nearly) always a grey area and whether there's actual/enough contact is definitely debatable. The Norwich player committed though and clearly missed the ball that's why I think there's enough to give a pen.
  7. Lj interview

    6/14.
  8. The Man City view of the 1st leg

    That was a really good watch and a good example of a matchday vlog done right. Well edited, got the right people on to give their views and generally covered the night and game well. Thanks for sharing.
  9. The 92 - Ranked

    74 points is a pretty incredible return from a year that we went into in almost complete chaos. I think Einstein once said "insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results"..
  10. John Stones 50 Million Aden Flint ?

    I reckon we'll get at least 10 million for Flint in the summer (if we don't go up).
  11. Why didn't we play tonight?

    They've both been home at the same time several times this season.
  12. Why didn't we play tonight?

    Yeah was probably up to Villa as they were hosting the game. It had to be at 5:30 so there were at least 48 hours between kick offs but wouldn't have been under any obligation to put it back further.
  13. Ashton - no pressure to sell

    Not at all. Johnson even said that they might be able to get Leko back at the end of the month so there's definitely no hard feelings there. It's just a case of a new manager at West Brom wanting to see his own players, particularly if they're not even getting much game time on loan.
  14. 10 wins countdown

    1 at a time'll do.
  15. Getting the ball out of the net

    Not sure many refs would fancy their chances of shoving Onouha out the way..
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