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Xiled

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  1. Heartbroken. I can't think of anything that would create such sadness. I don't know how you ever recover from the loss of a child. Thoughts with Benik, his wife and family at this awful time.
  2. What we need more than anything is someone to get on the end of the crosses that Eliasson makes. I know it's obvious but we could have beaten Forest comfortably with the chances he created. Starting or sub won't make a difference if none of our forwards can meet the ball in the box.
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    For me, it's not an argument about the year on year progress - the stats back that up and despite how we've been playing, we're still well placed this season. What is overlooked is the potential that these players have - Bentley, Kalas, Williams, Nagy, Brownhill, Massengo, Palmer, Eliasson. This group could get us out of the division at a canter with a decent January striker and a pattern of play that doesn't just set out to nullify the opposition. I like LJ a lot but this squad should be doing better.
  4. I'm 107. Can I get this video in VHS format? I've just upgraded from a Betamax player.
  5. Okay, apologies. I assumed that Rudolf was mentioned in conjunction with that line and I couldn't hear it or it had been changed. I took our resident Lothario's words literally: All the best jokes need this level of dissection, confusion and explanation
  6. Have another listen Rudolf, it's definitely not there!! Blue dress/gold dress, yanny/laurel.....Rudolph/Reading!!
  7. Four times I've listed to the commentary around City's third goal and I can only hear the word 'Reading'. Has the commentary been changed? Otherwise this could become the most confusing thread of all time (probably as soon as R o b b o r e d arrives). And it's got some illustrious company for that award!
  8. If we'd seen that run and goal from one of Coventry's own, we'd be shouting for Johnson to sign him! We can't let this lad go cheaply - if at all. He has huge potential.
  9. Literally nobody at my place of work can use one properly so I don't blame Trundle for getting it wrong!!
  10. Apologies if it's already been posted: https://mobile.twitter.com/LeeTrundle10/status/1193628415078862849 <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Lee Trundle’s team’s 2- Cardiff 0 x</p>&mdash; Lee Trundle (@LeeTrundle10) <a href="https://twitter.com/LeeTrundle10/status/1193628415078862849?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">November 10, 2019</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
  11. I think it's very difficult to judge an individual player's impact purely by watching them and measuring their contribution by goals, touches even assists. I haven't been Watkins' biggest fan by any means but I thought he did well today. He clearly had a role in unsettling the Cardiff defence. We never have easy games against our Welsh friends. More often than not they get the better of us (in recent years) and we have a crap record at the Cardiff City stadium. Truth is, we took that game to them and played the ball round far better than I thought we would with Warnock's usual gamesmanship. Flint was largely ineffective, Pack was Pack and Tomlin was mostly forgettable. All three had every reason to prove a point today. Warnock hasn't lost to us for 10 years. We haven't won in Cardiff since 2002. Their first home league defeat of the season. So, credit to the City players and coaching team for giving us three points I wasn't banking on. "It's a cracking goal to win the game, you have to say that" - Neil Warnock
  12. On the eve of the third international break of the season, I think we owe much of our sixth place to Bentley. The goalkeeper we've wanted for years. An exceptional signing - credit to the City staff who brought him in from Brentford.
  13. Good old Stoke, playing by the rules as usual. In all honesty, Alex Neil would be much better off staying at Preston.
  14. I still take the wooden stool that my Dad made for me to stand on so that I could watch games as a youngster in the covered end. I haven't been allowed into a game since 1982. I'm 6'4" now. Beginning to consider a rethink.
  15. Home form: 12 points from a maximum of 21 (probably not good enough for promotion but "not too bad") Home performances: Awful The fact that we can win away matches shows that we do have the players and even in the middle of a significant injury crisis have enough quality in this division. There is a genuine problem at home and from my perspective that's largely due to constant (and often unnecessary) formation and player changes. Too much respect given to poor opposition. For me it was against West Brom - 9th April. And before that I have no idea.
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