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  1. Don’t get coarse on a forum for the public, I don’t think you’ll win a Pulitzer for filth.
  2. Sisters probably, I’m just watching..
  3. There goes @DaveF, I must remember to thank him.
  4. Good point, first sensible thing you’ve said all day.
  5. The title of this thread sums up the vast majority of home games this season. Mind numbing. The result last night, although disappointing, I can easily live with, the type of football on show though was unbearable.
  6. Loved the bloke when he was here and thought he was excellent yesterday. No doubt there was lots of example of him pushing the rules slightly, but, just like Cunningham, he was exactly the same when he played for us so I feel it’s a bit rich to get upset about it when he’s doing it for the opposition. I haven’t seen it mentioned anywhere else on the forum, but I thought this tweet from Pontus Jansson was interesting..
  7. I didn’t think Leeds were anything too special on the ball, but out of possession they were as good as you will see. The pressure they put on the ball led to so many sloppy passes and aimless hoofs up the pitch. Reminded me a bit of City at our best last season, although Leeds were up another level again from that. I’m not sure Leeds are ever going to win any awards as a club liked by anyone other than their own fans, but I to say I would like them to get promoted. Firstly to see what their undisputedly brilliant manager could do in the Premier League next season, but I also have a slight complex with clubs like Watford, Bournemouth and Brighton as they serve as constant reminders of City’s inability to get up to that level.
  8. Barnsley were twelfth when he left them.
  9. I think McAllister scored direct from a corner against Sheffield United.
  10. We're both good in our own fields. I'm sure Texas couldn't run and manage a successful paper merchants. I couldn't do what-, well, I could do what they do, and I think they knew that, even back then. Probably what spurred them on.
  11. Him and Kalas are both absolutely superb. Easily the best centre half partnership I’ve seen at City.
  12. Well I can safely say I have never been so bored watching City and I have never felt so detached from the club. As it stands next season will be the first one in my memory that I won’t be getting a season ticket. No doubt that will lead to people claiming I’m not a true fan and will excite the willy waving contest of who has the greatest support for the club. Just for some context though, I was one of 98 people at Hull on a Friday night watching an already relegated City. I was at Carlisle the other year watching City win their first game in twenty odd, I’ve missed two home games in the last ten seasons (one of them the famous Maynard goal against Palace which I’m still fuming about). So I think I qualify as a ‘true fan’. But as I said, I have never been so bored. I have never felt so detached from the club and I have never enjoyed going to Ashton Gate less. I find myself chatting through the game to keep myself amused, and frankly I don’t think I have ever taken less enjoyment from a City goal than I did today. It would be wrong to say Lee Johnson is the only reason I feel this way, but the football his team serves up, and the type of anaemic atmosphere that leads to, is a large part of the lack of emotion I currently feel towards City.
  13. After a nice three game break where I actually enjoyed watching us, today was back to being mind numbingly boring.
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