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havanatopia

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    Returning as often as I can to Havana, where I lived for many years; not easy when I am now living in South East Asia. And all kinds of outdoor activities.

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  1. A very decent read Sandhurst, thanks for posting along with the photo. I do have a story of meeting a former City player.. Three in one go in fact but cannot share it as it was in a den of iniquity. P.s. I was very young and impressionable and had a boss back then so was easily lead.
  2. My excuse for having Arsenal as my 2nd team is that my Grandfather made the first corner flags from his drapery store on Gillespie Road when they moved to North London. The whole family followed them after that until the migration to Cornwall during the Blitz. A level of disgruntlement is pretty justified and certainly forgivable given the way the club has been mismanaged for the past 10 years and the cost of watching them. Man U in the same situation but a bit further down the tracks.
  3. My Stokie pal said WBA looked very ordinary but i cannot help feeling we will lose our 3rd game of the season as our lack of firepower starts to have its league positional effect.
  4. When speaking to a MU friend, they are everywhere sadly no, he shrugged his shoulders. Do such fans just have blinkers from birth? I am guessing so. Nobody in KL has a darn clue. And in the 80's too Major. I remember it well. Is it never sung anymore?
  5. Very interesting reading gents. Appreciating the knowledge here.
  6. That is a lovely 4 Poster to be fair. Nice bit of mahogany. If its registered offshore, in some jurisdictions it is perfectly fine and of course rightly so. What a stupid law that is. Me too but the same. Tempus does fugit.
  7. Upward thrust is quite effective and quite swift if you think about it. Ferdinand should mind his own business.
  8. The place did not look worth that sort of effort to be fair.
  9. I said pretty much the same thing on the match day but in slightly fewer words and did not use the word pitiful... Bit early doors for that.
  10. And is Semenyo supposed to be a brighter talent than Eisa? I am not buying that argument. I can only think that Eisa had a character flaw for LJ.
  11. No need to try and understand; only a need to respect an opinion from wherever it comes.
  12. Since when did censorship have a part to play on otib? I think the vast majority enjoy non City fans' views. Makes life a whole lot more interesting. Perhaps yours is already overflowing with excess joy.
  13. I think that was the most disappointing result of the season so far in its relevant context. Yes i thought City played way off their best, lots of sloppy passes particularly stands out. I thought Watkins did OK, tried hard but he lacks a consistent football brain. 2 nil up with much of the match done and you can perhaps forgive sublime quality to break open City but this was Barnsley; a team that for sure tried hard but lacked quality all over the pitch. The issue of conceding late goals goes back to the beginning of LJ's tenure and I have come to the conclusion that he lacks a late game management brain. We have a better team now than when he arrived but this problem persists and frankly always has. If that is something he cannot master then he has to have a team and bench full of goal scorers; he doesn't and until then we will fall short. 1 or 2 teams are going to break out of the pack soon and we may see a gap opening up that City will not be able to bridge.
  14. I predict it will all change in the next decade; England will dominate in Football. Gareth has started something quite special and he has riches previous managers could only dream about.
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