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  1. Panic stations, so Big Sam till the end of the season, and a big wedge in his back pocket
  2. Our away form can not really be criticised , so to be fair, what ever LJ saids , he has earnt the right. As to home form, the more aggressive line up used against Huddersfield gets my vote every day of the week
  3. 1. WBA 2. Fulham 3. Leeds 4. Bristol City 5. Notts Forest 6 Preston NE As to Wednesday, scuppered by a massive points deduction under FFP rules, Derby to get done too
  4. You know how to rub it in, don't you The ticketless one
  5. Just looked at the highlights, do our woman's team actualy get paid to play? Their standard was woeful, and in no way could be considered at a professional level.
  6. I think WBA, Leeds,and Fulham will compete for top two, but after that I really don't see anyone to be scared off. With players coming back from injury there really is no reason why ou current squad ( with a striker in January) can not finish in the top six. After that the Play Off lottery, and anything is possible. COYRs
  7. The club is getting bigger, simple as that. My wife is a Chelsea fan, has been since a kid in the days of Osgood and co, we can never get tickets fot the "big games", but do manage to get them for Europeon group stage matches and games against the "lesser" named Premier clubs. As to away games, no chance. Up to this season, being a member, i have never had a problem getting City tickets, now ive missed Luton away and Fulham.. The problem for away games is clear, allocations are typically around 2000 or less, and we have something like 15,000 season ticket holders who obviously the club want to look after. As i live in Sussex a season ticket doesn't work for me as i can not get to the evening games. Not that long ago , 15,000 would have been a good attendance at Ashton Gate, now its 20,000 plus. So growth comes with some pain, the club will get better at this with the loyalty scheme etc, but at the end of the day if more want to go than there are seats allocated, some will be disapointed. Like with Chelsea, to watch the club regularly you will need to be a ST hoder, at Chelsea there is even a waiting list for that. And although i understand all this, im seriously pissed off about missing out on Fulham, and suspect if our good run continues i am going to ger pissed off some more. COYRs
  8. Ive supported City for over 50 years, and throughout that whole time i think the club/fans have always had a Championship , 2nd Division old money, mentality. However the " Premier League Club in training" tag is i think now true, and that is our destiny. The club is continuing to put in place the infrastructure/facilities and our growing support (season tickets up/away following) is catching up. There are no guarantees, but the future looks bright, even if i can not get a bloody ticket for first Luton and now Fulham COYRs
  9. Nope, a Premier League club in training......
  10. First Luton, now Fulham, this is getting annoying
  11. Thanks, but you have not met my Mother in Law, she is 93 , and i think she intends to live forever. Valley here i come
  12. Mother in Law coming for Christmas, i am definately going to the Charlton match.....
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