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  1. The sad thing is I don’t think it’s even the minority of our fans anymore, certainly not those who travel away anyway. I go more away than home due to where I live so can’t really comment on home games. We are talking a few hundred people at least singing about an extremist. Ive have been watching city away for 15 years or so and can’t help but think our fans are worse than ever in that period. I have two young boys and sadly don’t think I am ever going to take them to see city away due to the level of abusive chanting and fighting. Football should be about bringing communities together and having a good time with your mates and family. Sadly it often feels a very toxic environment when watching city away.

    Dave Noble

    He really was a joy to watch. One of the best players I’ve seen play for city.
  3. He’s one of our best players?
  4. Find it a bit sad that people would pay to go and watch a football match purely to abuse an individual if I’m honest. Best of luck to him and think he will do well there. Always worked hard for us but just not quite good enough for this level in my opinion.
  5. We basically beat a team that I would expect to be around mid table away from home while dropping a number of key players. I’d say that’s positive. I think it’s also a blessing in disguise going out of the cup as well.
  6. Ha! I very much doubt he will be starting Saturday but if not at least some of our fans will have someone to blame if we lose!
  7. Him and Nagy are only going to get better. Thought centre mid was our main weakness last season and doesn’t look like that’s going to be the case this season.
  8. How close was that to QPRs first team? Sounds like a lot of positives to me considering the likes of Kalas, Palmer, Afobe and Brownhill didn’t even play. Let’s be honest had it not been for a dodgy penalty decision we would have won. I guess the only negative currently is that if you take out Kalas and Dasilva the defence looks pretty average to me. Hoping we don’t regret not getting a replacement for Webster in.
  9. Hoping the midfield offer the defence a bit better protection now we have signed Nagy and he won’t be missed too much.
  10. League one and two window still open imagine at least two of those three will still leave.
  11. Really surprised Derby would want him if I’m honest.


    I like the competition we have for places now. Be interesting to see how Fammy does with a bit of competition he’s not had any since he’s been here.
  13. I may be getting a little bit carried away but seems a little bit similar to what Wolves did what 2-3 seasons ago.
  14. I think we will make the playoffs. We have more goal threats in the side now and think we will be able to keep the ball better as well. Those were the two main weaknesses for me last season.
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