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  1. 48 points
    Two evenly matched sides going toe-to-toe both having periods of domination. End-to-end stuff for a lot of the time and some great last ditch defending from both sides. Plenty of chances for both sides. We actually looked as if we had a plan for once. Kalas MOM for me but a few other contenders too. Much, much better than it has been recently and a fair result in the end.
  2. 38 points
    I really can't put myself through listening to anymore of his nonsense
  3. 37 points
    Of course it’s not....he’s under pressure to deliver....having been given pretty much all he’s asked for. Today’s team selection made a mockery of previous team selections imho. To me it feels like there is no real plan, just picking players game by game. Players playing today who’ve hardly been involved, and in fairness (to their professionalism) putting in a shift, in another formation change, following a new one that was abandoned after 45 minutes on Tuesday. Team selection is no longer sitting easy with me. The only players who started today, who wasn’t here last season were Pereira and Nagy. Of the signings made this season, Bentley and Afobe were injured, and Gilmartin is more of a coach. Rowe, Henriksen (just signed) and Palmer not in 18. Szmodics on loan at Peterborough. Williams and Massengo on bench, with Wells and Benkovic (both just signed). I feel quite annoyed that this is seen as progress. Totally happy for OTIBers to tell me we are 7th, 2 points off the play-offs, and that I should get some perspective. But today feels like a massive let down.
  4. 36 points
    I don’t remember many people on OTIB protesting when Walsh was sent to Coventry. In fact the prevalent view was that his signing had been another of Johnson’s failures. However he seems to have had a very successful season and has clearly developed as a player so clearly THE LOAN HAS WORKED. The experience Walsh has gained in League 1 will have been invaluable to him so why are you saying that it shouldn’t have happened? The whole point of loans is to allow players to develop, yet when a loan is successful people say the player should never have gone on loan on the first place. Weird. I can see the argument for bring him and Morrell back in January, but they would not have got the game time they’re getting at their present clubs and it would have been asking a lot for two youngish players to step up and deliver in the top regions of the Championship without any lead-in time.
  5. 35 points
  6. 35 points
    Aah, the old "I've been so unlucky with problems behind the scenes, but I can't tell you what they are " excuse. Classic.
  7. 34 points
    I would rather be forced to sit though endless replays of Dean Windass’s goal at Wembley, on a repeating loop, than watch the complete and utter Shite that is a Mrs Browns Boys.
  8. 33 points
    Wtf.. was that City? No mention by name, no welcome on to the pitch to allow the fans to show their appreciation? Absolute shambles and embarrassing.
  9. 32 points
    Well if they do cancel the season, I would want any refund that is due,if due, to go to charity,I’ve already paid for it so wouldn’t miss the money. Children’s Hospice or Hospital would do nicely.
  10. 31 points
    Baby Grace was born this morning, can’t wait to buy her first City kit!
  11. 30 points
    Many of the changes have been down to injuries but that hardly gets a mention. I’m sure that if LJ had had a fully fit squad all season then we’d see a regular starting 11 and matchday squad.
  12. 30 points
    I don’t think he’s been missed at all. We were poor with Josh in the side still. Aguero could be playing for us and he would still struggle. The rot is with the management team. They need to go.
  13. 28 points
    This has all just got a bit too much for me. Following the info I posted above and my Nan being in hospital since that chest infection / pneumonia I sadly got a call this evening to say she’d passed away. I don’t know if I had CV, I don’t know if I passed it to her and I don’t know if she had it, but anyone who isn’t taking this isolation and social distancing seriously (especially if it’s because you think you’ll be fine) please re think your decisions and who it could impact. I was a bit dismissive of the panic at first and thought maybe some people were being over the top worrying but do what you’ve got to do people. I’ll be the last to compete about a lockdown now, and I certainly couldn’t care less what happens with football anymore. please stay safe everyone x
  14. 28 points
    Concussion precaution so hardly 'sick note' as it will have been taken out of his hands
  15. 27 points
    Firstly we should have read out the away team before kick off then Bobby could have received the reception he deserved and we would move on. As for the muppets that booed him - it was embarrassing and they should be ashamed he gave 100% for us. Having to make up for this by clapping an opponent who is about to take a corner is even more difficult. What a great gesture from the Fulham Manager who instead of pushing for a winner in the last few mins gave Bobby the chance for a decent send off. We should have managed this much better.
  16. 26 points
    Maybe they'll replace The Killers with The Cure.
  17. 26 points
    Has slid under the radar to some degree Ive read about , and heard about , others experience of Jerry’s work and had personal experience too. Yet to hear anyone he hasn’t done the maximum to help and a lot of his work will never reach the public domain All whilst integrating himself into a change of career and new job And , As good as a supporter as it gets Just wondering if the Club has made a better appointment in a number of years Joins the ranks of Tins and Scotty in terms of a perfect fit Keep up the excellent work Jerry
  18. 26 points
    He told us it would take three transfer windows to get a team he trusts, now we need to wait for three books before we find out why he hasn't. I'm sure buried in there will be reasons to be sympathetic with Lee, but at the moment I can't look beyond the fact he seems to be reacting to the pressure by feeding toxic innuendo into the public domain in his various press conferences. I really don't think it helps anyone (bar his own ego) and I suspect it's one area even SL won't tolerate forever.
  19. 26 points
    After three straight defeats and faced with talk about a collapse of their season, City mustered the bare minimum to keep their campaign - and belief - alive, stealing a point from a one sided game at Millwall where early fight turned to grim survival. In fact Johnson's men had a clear penalty ignored with their one attack of a terrible second half, Weimann's cross handled in the box, but for City to steal into this much needed lead would've been extraordinary, battered by their hosts all second half. Once again a much changed side lacked end product or threat and despite a quick opener from a deflected Pereira shot, the organisation that characterises City away from home disappeared after half time as Millwall threw everything at us for a win. City started with huge changes, Johnson making good on his dismissal of his new signings by dropping all three of them, reverting to four at the back and with two defensive midfielders in the pivot position, with only Diedhiou on his own up front. In the 2nd minute O'Dowda toyed with his marker before slipping Pereira in who cut back for Nagy who miscued and shanked into mid air. But on 9 O'Dowda won a first corner which was half cleared but Pereira slammed if back, off a defender, and in. The perfect start for City who haven't had an advantage to defend for weeks. And it could have been more - after 13 Diedhiou sent a delightful flick through on goal and Nagy ran on, slipping O'Dowda in - so well covered he laid back to a retreating Pereira. Just after a quarter hour Millwall hit back, Romeo getting clear on the right and cut back for Mahomey to miskick - but they kept pushing and the second ball into the box found Gregory at the far post, under pressure, heading just wide of the post. Just before the 20 minute mark Diedhiou again out muscled a defender on the right and sprinted clear as City put their hosts under a succession of pressure. His swift cross found O'Dowda drifting in from the left wing only to easily stab the ball wide. The game settled and Millwall probed but past the half hour City had a chance to box their opponents in yet the press failed - Romeo coming away to feed Mahomey on the right, who slipped a Dasilva tackle and flashed a close range cross past goal. City were clinging onto their narrow lead whilst Millwall were building all the time - and on 37 ex-City target man Matt Smith headed straight at Maenappa from a well worked move that again found room on City's right to produce the killer cross. Suddenly just before the 40 minute mark Paterson got clear into the channel and swept a ball into the middle with the back line tracking back but the home defenders were quickly on hand to clear behind for the rarest moment City threatened. It all changed after half time as City were penned back by a Millwall side stung into action after a terrible first half. Manager Gary Rowett had obviously had words as the Lions side came roaring out, winning a succession of corners by going direct. And within five minutes they were level. A right wing corner saw Tomas Kalas under pressure from Smith at the back post who bundled into the City defender in a bid to divert the ball, crashing it in over the line as the hosts deservedly found a leveller. From then on it was all Millwall and after a succession of further corners Mahoney drove in from the right wing and stabbed into the side netting at the near post, then ex City man Smith headed it straight at Maenappa from a deep left wing cross. For City just getting out of their own half was a relief and they rarely managed it as cheered on by home fans Millwall pressed the visitors all over the pitch. On 64 home striker Bradshaw again wriggled clear left of goal only to fire into the side netting. Looking for any kind of reaction City sent on big January signing Nahki Wells for an anonymous Paterson. On 79 they broke down the right and in their second wave Weimann exchanged with Diedhiou and darted into the right channel to cross. Weimann was convinced of the penalty as his centre cannoned off a Millwall player's arm - but the obvious infringement quickly waved away by a referee who if anything had been charitable to the away side for a majority of the game, so hard to complain. City added Eliasson for O'dowda and with three minutes of normal time left he won and took a free kick from the right into the sun, which he looped over defenders and an anonymous Wells met near post, albeit as home defenders quickly hacked behind. Suddenly talk of a smash and grab win as City won a couple of corners but on 89 the hosts broke to claim their own dangerous flag kick, from which just inside the box a Millwall player meeting the cross seemed to be clattered, more claims for a penalty. In injury time home substitute Bodvarsson went close and deep into time added on Wallace jinked into box from the left and as the ground breathed in, he fired wildly over, Millwall failing to find the winner their dominance threatened, City bagging a point. After a run of defeats and with their hosts able to leapfrog them with a win, the early City threat was much needed, as was the rearguard action led by Baker and Kalas - but in truth it was just another game that Johnson's side looked badly second best. Maenappa 7 Clean in his handling and got the ball out quickly Pereira 7 Was involved a lot early and his goal rewarded movement, but got exposed as the game went on Dasilva 6 Always City's best chance to move the ball, was picked on by Millwall and most of the threat behind him Baker 7 Kicked and tackled everything that came near him, makes you wonder why he ever gets dropped Kalas 7 Kicked, tackled and diving headed everything that came near him, was unlucky with their goal, but at least led by example Smith 7 At times the pick of City's players and provides much needed composure in midfield to control the ball and skip away from challenges Nagy 5 Is badly out of form, still miscueing passes to the opposition, as well as tame on the ball going forward - bags of energy but very short on quality O'Dowda 6 Some driving runs throughout but end product is still suspect and as always squanders several good positions by being lightweight or hesitant Weimann 5 Really is the most mercurial player - runs around a lot and should be a threat but seems so rarely to be on the same wavelength as teammates, yes he is an outlet, but almost a token one, chasing forlornly behind defenders Paterson 5 The Jamie Paterson Renaissance stopped here. Man of the Match last time at the Den, utterly anonymous this time Diedhiou 7 Zero service as per usual and single handedly ran himself into the ground winning flick ons and dropping back to defend Wells 4 Despite family in the away stand he looks a weird mix of confidence shot to pieces and doesn't want to be here. Has seen his season fall to pieces quickly, no service and having to drop to win the ball, often dispossessed for being too casual Eliasson 5 Got clear once and sent in a dangerous free kick into the sun (why we didn't make more of the keepers struggle with the sun I don't know) but otherwise easily dealt with by Millwall
  20. 24 points
    Fantastic game from him. Reminded me of the player he was in 17/18. Driving at players. All action. He looked confident today.
  21. 23 points
  22. 23 points
    Because it was only recently that we were fifth and two points off automatic promotion. The football is largely joyless and incoherent. We are not playing as a team , relying solely on individual moments for a win . The club is being stunk out by players he has signed and rejected without having their chance to shine . LJ is like a kid at Christmas and Uncle Steve needs to get a grip . I am with the poster ‘ Where’s the joy ? ‘ because , frankly , despite our lofty position the momentum has stalled and a change, a spark is needed to get it going again.
  23. 22 points
    Two minutes in and he refers to Brownhill as a “Lee Johnson identity cog”
  24. 21 points
    If you don’t know how to wash your or hands, or how long to do it for, please sing the following in your head:
  25. 21 points
    Here is an Academy player who has gone on and played in the Premier League. What is not to like. I don't understand why on earth anybody would want to boo him. Winning the penalty and scoring it at the Etihad is one of many fond memories he has given me in a City shirt. I am really proud to say that he played for us.
  26. 21 points
    Wish I could be accompanied with my old dad...................love him to be at the Gate with me again like when I was a boy
  27. 20 points
    Quick answer - 'Spanish Flu' was believed to originate in Texas from WW1 vets - of hispanic origin. Healthcare was non-existent as the war crippled millions upon millions of troops and civillians - anti-biotics were just being invented. Spanish Flu killed between 50 - 100 million worldwide As with COViD 19 - the figures here will be vague - did the old lady die from the virus or her 25 yrs of asthma damage? Unless tested you'll never know, and we don't have enough kits for the living let alone the dead. In Western Europe - the answer is simply - no. There is enough healthcare to limit the damage - but 250,000 dead would not be unexpected at the end. USA will be lethal for the uninsured and highly populated poor countries like India and Pakistan, African nations will be decimated. I would honestly expect the toll in those countries to be in the millions by the end - but again, we will never know for sure. 3rd world, poor Islamic countries will be the worst as they simply will not adhere to any kind of instruction if it involves Allah. Iran probably has 100,000 dead (again we will never know, but videos and satellite imagery shows over-flowing morgues and vast areas of pits and piles of lime......) - but again, led by the lunatic Imans Iranians have attacked and overpowered security and massed at religions sites to kiss icons one after the other in their thousands. It's suicide frankly, but thats religion for you. So, overall I'd say 'Western' level healthcare countries with strong social control over the population movement will do the best (although look at you guys in the pubs, and us Australians having to put armed troops on beaches to stop the ####### idiots massing in the thousands) Next level - USA Then semi-developed nations like Mexico,Georgia,Thailand Bottom of the pile - as I said above, poor countries that put religion above health care. The death toll WILL be in the millions by the end in those places. For the Wealthy west, after the virus, prepare for the worst poverty since WW2. We have now have had to put armed Police in Supermarkets as workers have been stabbed and assaulted, and pensioners bashed in the car parks. Some f uckwit stole all boxes of sanitiser and 90% of our high-protection masks from Theatre/ICU stores yesterday. I am currently working using the same mask with sanitary menstrual pads changed every case. I'm not a real fan of people at the moment - this is really bringing out the worst in some. One of our nurses was bashed unconcious because she wouldn't let someone with a cough and temp into ICU before staff and security could get to her. 24 years old, probably infected and sick herself, and now needs plates and screws to put her face back together, before her missing teeth can be put back. Trying to help people. I honestly despair at society today. Sorry - I'm tired and pissed off. I'm back again working tonight, but I can say that we do appear to have slowed the virus here (just slowed it) - but if our PM grew a pair and implemented full lockdown for 6-8 weeks, we could actually stop it. I have little confidence he will. I need sleep. I'll answer anymore questions when I get some time (if anyone cares!)
  28. 19 points
    Is it just me? The world has become such a vastly different place so quickly and staying safe & looking after your friends and family has become so important that I honestly haven’t had time to miss football at all. I couldn’t tell you who we were supposed to be playing today either as the iPhone calendar has gone and the OS has removed them too. Have I gone mad or is football just not as important as we used to think it was?
  29. 19 points
    Adam’s Family i see Flinty looking dapper with his bow tie . John Gorman. Ray Wilkins Luke Freeman in front of Flinty Lee in stripey T shirt Greta Thunberg front left .
  30. 19 points
    Pretty fed up of people having ‘political’ arguments on this. Whether you like Boris or not, I think it’s pretty clear to see that he is taking the advice of the eminent experts of our country - he isn’t making it all up himself! This is a totally unprecedented situation and no one, in any country, knows how to handle this. Our ‘experts’ are attempting a softly softly approach rather than an immediate lockdown. Other countries have done differently. It’s not a political point of view. It’s not Boris making these recommendations. Please, he’s not bright enough. Let’s quit the political arguments. We are in the very early days of a very lengthy and deadly situation and no one has any clue yet what the best way to deal with this is. Let’s just abide by the advice being given. If you don’t agree that schools should be open - you are free to make your own choice and keep your kids at home. If you don’t agree that pubs shouldn’t be open - make your own choice and don’t go to one. If you don’t agree that you shouldn’t have close contact with your elderly relatives - make your own choice and go and see them as much as you want. No government is gonna get this right. However, ours is relying on us, as a general public, not to be a bunch of disrespectful pricks and to act with due care and attention to the situation. I personally have been very wary to keep a distance from people over this last week. I’m amazed that when I took my daughter to school this morning there were people still congregating so close together and happily nattering away in close-contact. I kept my distance, dropped her off and went home without coming within 2 metres of anyone. It’s easy to do, if you want to. Our government’s philosophy at the moment is that people act responsibly - sadly many people aren’t taking this seriously. The death rates will not be the responsibility of anyone on government. We are all able to make our own choices. The continual ignorance of the population is what will cause more deaths than anything the government have decided so far. Quit the political nonsense folks and batten down your hatches. They’re giving you a personal choice to do this at the moment. If you don’t all start acting responsibly then they will have to force it upon you via martial law. And then you’ll really have something to complain about. I find it baffling that people are trying to blame Johnson for a fricking pandemic, accuse him of not doing enough, and then still **** off to the pub of a night anyway. Unbelievable.
  31. 19 points
    I absolutely hate MBB, I have no idea how anyone finds it remotely funny. That and the One Show makes me want to kick my tv in.
  32. 19 points
    In your narrow world maybe I’d have had him in any squad we’ve had since he played here
  33. 19 points
    9 out of 10 of us are bored of it too.
  34. 19 points
    Cmon Fordy...do you really think the players were acting? Even if there has been a 'fall out'... that's normal at any Club when disappointed after poor performances. Coach has words, players have words. Doesn't mean he's lost the Squad. Imo...if a player gets dropped or told why he isn't playing, then you grow some and try to get better...not sulk. Taylor Moore is a great example of doing the former. Some of the stuff written on here recently is pure fantasy. Yes we all want entertaining, quality football, some form of 'identity'...but with a few games to go and still in with a shout of play offs, surely support and 'Cmon lads pull this shit around'...would be more beneficial right now than the continual pulling apart of every aspect of the Club. All that can be done when there's nothing left to play for. All I see is pressure needlessly piling on the players and Coaches...when it's hard enough as it is without it. Not aimed at you...but in general. We've still got a chance of pulling things around...positivity is far better. If people want rid of him...do it all after the season. Just think the lads need support.
  35. 18 points
    405,000 signed up to act as NHS volunteers,makes you proud and shows this country isn’t just made up of selfish arseholses
  36. 18 points
  37. 18 points
    LLDDLLDWLLLDLLDDLLDWLLL The Mem has now become a Welsh railway station...
  38. 18 points
    A report from The Southend News Network Hospitals in Southend On Sea in Essex have been moved to ‘Black Alert’ this evening after hundreds of local people died of shock at the news that Southend United had finally won a game. As soon as it was confirmed that The Shrimpers had overcome the footballing behemoth that is Bristol Rovers by three goals to one, 999 operators were swamped with phone calls reporting the casualties. One witness said, ‘Nobody could quite believe what they were seeing.’ ‘Like all good Southend United fans who live within a five-minute walk of the ground, I was watching my beloved West Ham on some sort of illegal streaming service and watching the goal alerts from Roots Hall come flying in, when all of a sudden I looked out of the window and there were people lying on the floor all over the place.’ ‘Sol Campbell should be given the freedom of the town for this achievement. No idea why he would want it because I wouldn’t personally wander around it freely after 4pm, but it’s a monumental feat of footballing excellence none the less.’ It’s been an excellent week for the club, with the three points coming straight after the club announced that planning permission for the proposed new stadium at Fossetts Farm has reached the final, ultimate, never-to-be-repeated, terminal, rubber-stamped, don’t tell the Revenue or Sainsbury’s stage. United were hit with yet another ‘Winding Up’ order on Monday, mainly because the owner can’t f*cking stop winding the fans up.
  39. 18 points
    Like the anniversary - it’s 126 years - that aside, we could have had Cotts walking on carrying the two trophies from that momentous season, we could have had Terry Cooper announced as the guy who turned our club around and played the 1983 Eastville footage and the 1986 Wembley footage - we could have talked at length about the Ashton Gate 8 and all that happened around that time, we could have lauded the squad that won 14 league games in a row in 1905 - we could have waxed lyrical about the team that got to the FA Cup Final etc etc etc etc - but no ...
  40. 17 points
  41. 17 points
    The current squad has the potential to ‘excite’ us - but are you really ‘excited’ or experiencing ‘excitement’ whilst watching them at the moment? The ‘Go find another team’ comment to those who may have the temerity to disagree with you @Hampshire Red is a bit tiresome and argumentative - supporters and fans of Bristol City FC are perfectly entitled to have the opinion that our head coach talks a fair amount of tripe and express the view that his team doesn’t ‘excite’ us without getting the ‘superfan’ treatment from your good self ...
  42. 17 points
    I think the hard truth is we're just a solid plucky top 10 team. One or two top 6 players sprinkled in, Wells, Kalas, Bentley. Maybe Eliasson in certain situations. The fact is look at our midfield compared to Fulham today, we have no players close to the class of the likes of Cairney, Arter, Kamara even Knockeart coming off the bench. Same against Leeds, Phillips, Hernandez etc. We rely on people like COD, Paterson, Weimann or Fam etc to have excellent games, if they drop off to play an average game, it's just simply not top 6 class. It's plain as day now IMO - we don't have enough of the players with the raw strength, speed or technical ability as the best teams in this division.
  43. 17 points
    He's really readjusted his targets. Used to be Europe in 5 years, now it's publishing a trilogy of books. From competing with Guardiola to competing with Steve Bruce.
  44. 16 points
    Really good interview and informative.
  45. 16 points
    What’s upset me most about this whole Corona Virus episode has been the dismissal of older people and those more vulnerable by lots of younger people. Don’t they have older relatives ? Don’t they know anybody who has diabetes, heart disease, etc ? For me it’s really confirmed what I had feared about society , that it’s become selfish in a way that it’s never been before.
  46. 16 points
    I watched it live and just watched it again over brekkie. Niki: The Good - 2 top-class saves,really really good, loud commanding voice, organises defence very well at corners and free kicks The Best - FINALLY - one player has stepped up and taken control of distribution from the back. After the usual 15-20 mins of playing the ball out to Baker or Kalas - often in our own penalty area, with the usual pointless result of 4 passes and a long hoof, Niki clearly had enough of it. 15 - 20 time he simply ignored one of ours coming into the area or 5 yrds outside to claim to ball, and gestured for them to push up. Every goal kick the same (unless there was a quick break on) - pushed the defence up to at least 5m before the half way. What a difference after that, we were able to actually link play and our mids weren't having to go box to box all game to support the strikers. More men in the middle, better passing, more shots. Hopefully LJ will ditch the playing out 5m into our own box as its plain stupid with the players we have. The Bad - oh Niki maaaate! Dropping a catch 8m out from goal with 30 secs left wasn't doing my Blood Pressure any good - and how lucky not to conceed a penalty. The ref completely bottled it. From the Lansdown, it looked ok - but from the Atyeo Camera view which was shown 4 or 5 times - absolute nailed on penalty. The Fulham player could easily have been badly injured, as Niki just took him out at the knees BEFORE getting the ball back. Overall though - a massive part of getting a point today, great game, as has for me won the starting place from Bentley. Well played Niki, great game.
  47. 16 points
    The loud criticism of Massengo from some is both embarrassing and IMHO inaccurate Firstly some of our fan base chose the 18 year old as our whipping boy yesterday , for any flaws or weaknesses we have , blame the 18 year old player - wow Secondly , like you Dave I thought he was decent and better than Korey on the day (Both worked hard and ‘ratted’) They had their work cut out against Cairney and Arter (Who though despicable was excellent yesterday - as well as I’ve seen him for Fulham) Massengo has quick feet and is one of few that creates angles for teamates - (in a better technical side, with similar around him I’d predict he’d rarely lose the ball ) I lost count the number of times yesterday he had to hold onto the ball due to lack of options or movement from those around him Given the chance Massengo passes first time or at worse two touch At one point one of the centre backs passed the ball into his feet with Massengo facing his own goal and a Fulham player right up his backside , and with no easy first time option for Massengo Massengo gets challenged and they win the loose ball , and a fair section of fans openly moaned at Massengo ! No one mentions Kalas charging out with the ball in first half and getting robbed leaving us wide open , Cairney bursting towards the penalty area with the ball - Massengo reacts the quickest and harries and nibbles at Cairney step by step , stopping Cairney picking his spot and eventually getting us the ball back - No ones mentioned that , or several other times he recognised danger and put out a fire Hes far from a finished or fully developed answer but he’s EIGHTEEN ffs Plenty of people to question before Massengo
  48. 16 points
    He only got injured because he's fearless and didn't bottle out of a challenge with Kamara today. Most people would have got out of the way of the Man Mountain running full pelt at them not Baks he stood his ground and unfortunately got injured for his trouble. I would far prefer a player to play wholeheartedly than bottle out of everything. Can't believe he gets criticised for being a full blooded competitor.
  49. 16 points
    Is there anything that you're not an expert on?
  50. 16 points
    Just imagine this forum if we were 7th for deep completions and xG but 21st in the table...
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