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  1. This thread is embarrassing. Why do some (by not means all) of you feel the need to be quite so aggressive to fellow fans (and our manager). We all have our views and won’t always agree but can we have a little respect for each other. I hope other teams fans don’t read it because it reflects badly on us as a fan base, a club and a city.
  2. Ha - that’s where we had our wedding reception! Lucky you!
  3. Pretty recently as in-laws still there. Last time was for a visit to the Church Inn. Always been a nice village (although residents of Dobcross, Delph and Denshaw will argue theirs is better! The other benefit I found of being in Oldham is that there are a lot of football grounds within an hours drive so got to see City a lot!
  4. I always thought I was the only City fan who worked in Oldham! (Although a few years ago now). Bizarrely my boss was a gashead. I have a soft spot for Uppermill - the evening bash for my wedding was in the Civic Hall!
  5. Nice hotel - went to a wedding there once. Highly rated restaurant. Actually much closer to Blackburn than Burnley.
  6. Great stuff- would love to hear more.
  7. Some good points here. I think some on here think our players are better than they actually are.
  8. This is what I am observing. They are coached to play in a particular way to the point where there is no spontaneity. How many times do we play the ball sideways even when there is space to run into. The players are mentally shackled and this is why we are so dull to watch. We also start every game being more worried about the opposition Thanjavur playing our own game and inevitably never control the midfield. WBA away the worst example - we had surrendered before we kicked off. Sheffield Wednesday wasn’t much different. The fact that our most creative player doesn’t get a start sums it up.
  9. hollydog


    Four poor games but never dropped/rested.
  10. This is spot on. We were dreadful against a very average Wednesday side. CODs shockingly (but predictable) cr*p effort after 15 seconds was as good as we got. Brownhill needs a rest and Korey looks off the pace (and one wonders whether he will rediscover his form). How COD got picked ahead of any other midfield player at the club is a mystery. We need another striker but we could actually do with a midfield that creates some chances!
  11. Great for Bristol football if it happened and would love to take my son to the derby but unlikely - Gas overarching IMO.
  12. I think you’re spot on. He had a poor game tonight and on Saturday when is passing/crossing was awful. Goal against Cardiff was great but he is not consistent enough.
  13. hollydog


    Killing the game. Over 3 minutes at Goodison just now to ratify the on field decision. I thought football was meant to be entertainment!
  14. hollydog


    And effective at defending corners. Three conceded from corners since he was suspended.
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