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  1. MartockRed

    Goodbye Bobby Reid - signed for Cardiff now official

    This. I’d be more annoyed if we had witnessed a repeat of the Maynard situation with Bobby going for peanuts in January. Shows we’re learning by our mistakes if anything.
  2. MartockRed

    Goodbye Bobby Reid - signed for Cardiff now official

    They said Marvin Brown was going to be our first £10million academy product. The b*****ds have lied to us yet again!
  3. MartockRed

    Play-offs still realistic

    I’ve a funny feeling the gap to 6th will be down to 2 points come 5pm Saturday, and we’ll be all Cardiff supporters for an evening the following Tuesday. Just saying...
  4. MartockRed

    Win All Three And we Will Be 6th

    It’s most definitely out of our hands, but if we can win the next two against sides with not much to play for, it will take the fight into last game of the season. That’s all we can hope for. It’s barmy to give up the ghost when there’s still a chance no matter how slim.
  5. MartockRed


    Two from Super Scott Murray, one which he hit with his left peg from outside the box and nestled top bins. What I do remember the most from that day though, was a chant about Pulis to the tune of Pink Floyds ‘The wall’ We don’t need no Tony Pulis Keep the Ball down on the ground He has done f**k all for the City And he’ll take the Pompey down. ...hey Pulis you ain’t done f**k all! All in all you’re just another p**ck out the door Every time that bloody song comes on the radio I’m singing it!
  6. MartockRed

    Super Diony!!!

    A fellow mentalist and my first ally in the trenches, welcome JD.
  7. MartockRed

    Super Diony!!!

    Funny thing is I generally have got better things to do, hence my lack of posting. I think it’s best for all concerned that I am usually a very busy boy. You guys wouldn’t have to dodge or comment on my garbage, and I don’t run the risk of becoming a miserable fart if I was on here all the time..
  8. MartockRed

    Super Diony!!!

    Wasn’t there for the QPR game. Looks like I’ll find out what it is Saturday
  9. MartockRed

    Super Diony!!!

    Haha, you have no vision
  10. MartockRed

    Super Diony!!!

    With the large transfer fee to St Etienne, the potential of a record signing for us, Johnson super excited about getting him in and all the other interest from other clubs, this bloke shouldn’t be too shabby ability wise. Unproven in championship or not, if we can get the best out of him he could make a massive difference. LJ has stated he needs to be nurtured, the player himself has stated he wants to smile again, and posters on here from France says he needs to feel the love. I think it’s important we help by giving him a song. I also need help as this has been going round and round in my head since he signed, and I’m gonna go mental if I don’t share it. I know he isn’t Brazilian, but this tune is catchy and upbeat, everyone knows it, it’s fairly original. Kicks in at 0.28, and we give it a ‘Super Diony’ on 0.44 We then repeat. Dancing is optional.
  11. MartockRed

    That was atrocious

    Whole team were poor but Joe Bryan had his worst game this season by a mile. He’s been fantastic, but tonight it looked like all the hype and transfer speculation had gone to his head. Generally poor, Little had him on toast a couple of times, and that half hearted challenge on Ameobi was everything he usual isn’t.
  12. MartockRed

    Baker - Red Card

    Baker has a second or two to think whilst in a leg race with Scowen. He’s thinking it ain’t looking good but if I make it great, if not I’m taking the man and taking a yellow. He arrives a fraction late and it’s the latter. The speed of it and Scowen making a meal of it threw the ref. Baker was unlucky it was red. I wouldn’t view it as out of control or even reckless, he knew exactly what he was doing. What bothers me more is he didn’t have to make the challenge and give the ref a decision to which card he pulled out.
  13. 19 times out of 20 that’s a yellow.
  14. MartockRed

    Man City on Tuesday

    We’re 30/1 at the moment with Betfair sports book to progress. Best price by a fair margin compared to other bookies.
  15. MartockRed

    Away game allocated seat etiquette

    Southampton away 10 years ago, a sell out. I’m sat in the away end with a mate around a dozen rows from the back. To the right next to me a pensioner on his own, then a young boy roughly 7 years old with his Dad. In front of the boy and his dad were three blokes who were standing for long periods of the match, out of preference not necessity, no one was standing in front of them. The boy could not see even when standing on seat. The dad asks numerous times for them to sit, they’d begrudgingly oblige for a minute or two before standing up again, things were becoming a little heated. With City losing 2-0, 10 mins to go and playing badly, dad asks for them to sit once more and all of a sudden punches were being thrown. I manage to get pensioner out of the way before picking up boy and shuffling him back up the rows with help from people behind me. I then get the hell away from it myself. It turned into a free for all. So called city fans climbing over rows of other city fans wanting to knock the crap out of each other. I’ve never felt so disgusted, and it unfortunately lives quite strongly in the memory. Now there are arguments for and against sitting in allocated seats regarding this incident. Maybe boy shouldn’t have attended given his age and lack of height. The point is it should not matter whether you prefer to sit or stand, front middle or back. It’s having awareness of the situation, who’s around you, common sense, and just a bit of old fashioned respect for one another. In my opinion sitting in allocated seats will cause less problems than sitting where you want when it’s a sell out. Are you really going to feel that hard done by if you find your seat isn’t quite where you want it to be? You’ll be sat/stood next to one of 7679 other City fans who want the team to do well just as much as you do, and you can still sing/shout/be silent and watch the game just as well as you could in any other part of the away end. Away days when there is room to move, then fill your boots. Sit or stand where you want.