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  1. That’s a pretty damning comment on the intelligence of 99.9% of the population!
  2. Too pragmatic by far!
  3. Nonsense. Show some respect.
  4. Good post. I’ve often thought that this achievement has been overlooked. From recollection Leeds had not lost all season and that was in the days when the “playing field” was more level and long unbeaten runs were rare. The FA cup really mattered.I went to the first game - Gow’s through ball and Fear’s finish one of the best goals ever - but was not aloud to go to the replay (I was 10). My Dad confirms that the locals were not magnanimous losers! Enjoyed beating Man U in the League Cup but this was different level.
  5. In my experience the atmosphere of watching us in the top flight in the 70s was invariably brilliant. Doesn’t always come across on the TV.
  6. I would go for Koln. Watched them a few years back. Superb stadium and atmosphere and very friendly supporters. We have cider and they have kolsch the local brew. A few of those before the game sets you up nicely! They have a more illustrious history than City but also a feeling of generally never fulfilling their potential which sounds familiar.
  7. Thanks Tom. 37 for me although my daughter got the 6 for Friends so 31 really.
  8. Thanks Tom - 45 for me. Got full houses on some of the six pointers (Bond, Bristolian ages and PL winners) which saved my embarrassment.
  9. Thanks Tom, great quiz again. 52 this week so much better than last. Hops you haven't upset any Crewe ALEXANDRA fans btw!
  10. Definitely do it again though. Thanks for organising!
  11. A rather embarrassing 19 from the hound.
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