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  2. harrys

    Who is our no1 player at present?

    Over the season it’s the two centre halves, over the last six games then it’s Brownhill, Pack has had one good half in the last ten games
  3. lost black rat

    Denver Clinton RIP Young Norwich fan

    Sleep tight little man
  4. billywedlock

    Who is our no1 player at present?

    Was found out a bit by Wolves, they targeted getting to him as they knew he likes to play out. Is a very good player though at our level. Brownhill and Calum look more like they can take a step up but not to a top 6 side. Pack though was above everyone when he came on vs Wolves. I don't think we have a player that would get into the Wolves side .
  5. ZiderEyed

    boss of EFL to leave at end of the season

    What schedule do you operate on NTTDS? You're nature's greatest mystery.
  6. Today
  7. Never to the dark side

    come on you senior citizens, over 55's, and retired Bristol City fans

    BS4 on Tour Come say hello,and I'll buy you a glass of wine.
  8. Never to the dark side

    boss of EFL to leave at end of the season

    https://www.efl.com/news/2019/february/shaun-harvey-to-leave-efl/
  9. Med/MadHatter

    Denver Clinton RIP Young Norwich fan

    Rest well little man x
  10. GoonerRobin

    COD

    Agree. What p@#ses me off a bit is that players don't necessarily see the massive potential at City. It's probably been discussed elswhere on here so apologies but SL has demonstrated the art of the possible and I can't help think thst City would be a prime candidate for a big investment (oil type - not saying I want that!) -20k plus crowds in the 2nd tier, fantastic city that all away fans look forward to etc. I firmly believe if City reach the top they'll stay there for a long time. Here's hoping.
  11. downendcity

    Emiliano Sala (Merged)

    Is it these - this from a Daily Mail article referred to by another poster n this thread? Cardiff are not asking FIFA, the FA — or the police, according to the most recent dispatches — to investigate any of their other transfer deals or negotiations. They do not want them poking around in the six that involved Unique Sports Management, the company that counts Neil Warnock's son James among its employees, for instance. James Warnock is believed to have been involved in Cardiff business involving at least three players — Sean Morrison, Rhys Healey and Craig Noone — but the club seem happy enough with that. They also do not appear to have a problem with Jack McKay, son of Willie McKay who helped broker the Sala deal, signing a two-and-a-half-year contract as a professional with the club in January 2018 despite enjoying a less than exceptional career. McKay began his career at Doncaster — a club with which his father had been involved — before going on loan to Ilkeston, signing for Leeds, being loaned to Airdrieonians, signing for Cardiff, and being loaned to Chesterfield in the National League. Given Cardiff were third in the Championship and chasing Premier League promotion at the time of McKay's signing, this seems an excellent if unexpected break for a player who was already 21 and had scored just one goal, for Airdrieonians against Peterhead in the third tier of Scottish football. McKay, by the way, is a striker. Since joining Chesterfield in the National League on loan from Cardiff, he has made two substitute appearances totalling nine minutes. By happy coincidence, another of Willie's sons, Jack's twin brother Paul, was also considered good enough to be signed by Cardiff, at exactly the same time. He had also been with Doncaster and Ilkeston, as well as Gainsborough Trinity and finally Leeds, where he had played one game, against non-League Sutton United, in the FA Cup. Leeds lost. This chequered pedigree, however, was enough to get him a contract until 2020 with Cardiff, the same as his brother. Paul is now on loan to Morecambe, currently 21st in League Two, where he has played 18 minutes across four matches.
  12. GoonerRobin

    Who is our no1 player at present?

    Forgot to add kudos must go to Johnson for this, who on here would honestly swap Webster for Flint or for that matter would swap plus a 7m fee on top?
  13. Keyardiv

    Emiliano Sala (Merged)

    Anybody know why when insinuating about Warnock’s son’s relationship with the club he’s referred to 3 players who were signed several years before Warnock became our manager? Or why he’s making tenuous insinuations about Bamba’s signing when Gary Monk has gone public previously and said he facilitated Bamba’s departure from Leeds? https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/sport/football/leeds-united/leeds-united-sol-bamba-s-exit-my-call-says-garry-monk-1-8114966 Answers on a postcard.
  14. GoonerRobin

    Who is our no1 player at present?

    Ooohhh tough one this, everyone is putting a real shift in atm and it's noticeable one someone has an off day e.g. Kelly v QPR. My vote goes to Webster - he's even given the confidence to Frankie to start playing! Seriously though, I think the solidity at the back has given confidence to the rest of the team to play - when I see him striding out from the back with his head up I can't stop myself from grinning - proper player.
  15. hantsred

    Norwich away - (Merged)

    Come on City fans - lets fill the away end in the land of the canaries Maybe we can get Steve Lansdown to record a rallying cry aka Delia style
  16. Toffee dog

    Denver Clinton RIP Young Norwich fan

    Life can be cruel sleep well little man
  17. Yesterday
  18. Xiled

    Bolton high court date for 20th March

    Bolton get right on my ti*s.
  19. Xiled

    Denver Clinton RIP Young Norwich fan

    Poor soul. As a parent, stories like this are the most frightening. No four year old should lose their life to cancer. Rest in peace little guy.
  20. BS4 on Tour...

    Emiliano Sala (Merged)

    I think you are correct, but it’s not really the same .....Dean joined us and played a few games before his tragic demise....so there was never a doubt that we would have paid the transfer fee. Both dreadfully sad cases though, very upsetting stuff....
  21. hodge

    FLDC v Millwall Matchday Thread

    Interesting derby now have to go to Swansea the Wednesday before the last game of the season, 3 games in 8 days to finish. Their last 3 games are now City (a), Swansea (a) and WBA (h). 3 potentially big games if its all to play for.
  22. ballwinningcentrehalf

    Teemu Pukki

    Even stranger as he was shipped out at Celtic after only a year. He often looked lightweight and ponderous and his signing was viewed as a failure on his departure. There were glimpses of talent, but I certainly didn't think he had the skill set to perform in a league with the intensity of the Championship after that.
  23. I know we already have a thread about the game on Saturday, but for those going to Carrow Road this is important to know and acknowledge
  24. wendyredredrobin

    FLDC v Millwall Matchday Thread

    And beat Brum on Tuesday.
  25. downendcity

    Leeds fined 200k for spygate (Merged)

    I think this is the key issue about this whole affair. The press conference fuelled the flames, at a time when the media was running with the story and other clubs were making noises about Leeds' actions. If Bielsa had been a bit contrite and apologised it might well have blown over , but he almost implied that he had done the same thing throughout his career, that spying was apart of his management armoury and he couldn't see the problem with it. With those statements, had the EFL done nothing, there was the real possibility that further down the road another incident would be revealed, with "spying" on another club, and everyone would even more up in arms that nothing was done after the first incident. P..S. Agree with other posters, that it is a shame that the EFL don't pursue other issues with the same vigour and penalties. However, it is relatively all to easy to make an example of a club with a "big" fine , that doesn't really "punish" them that much, compared to , for example, making points deductions for persistent diving, or referees awarding penalties when defenders hold an opposition player in the penalty area at corners and free kicks.
  26. Die Hard Red

    Schalke v Man City

    Got to be the Manc version C I T E H at the very least.
  27. Masala

    Song connection Game

    Bad Girls - You Want Fox
  28. Robbored

    The Cricket Thread

    It was easy peasy Phantom. The pitch and the venue explained the run fest. England won that at a canter.
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