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  • Birthday 14/02/1977

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  1. That's not bad seeing as City have been playing Division Three football for most of my life. I expect if they were playing Division One football for the same period it would have been a lot higher.
  2. Lucky you, I've got to wait about 25 years for mine.
  3. I don't know if it's right but the way I see it is more like 3rd Party ownership. Unless the club pays the agent then the player will simply sign for someone else who would.
  4. I think it was blown up his ass while he was sleeping.
  5. I agree, there is absolutely no need for emotion in competitive sport and if the referee gets an easy decision completely wrong then you should just accept it and carry on as if nothing has happened. This should also apply to the supporters who are just merely watching the game.
  6. Was he better than Bentley? I'm not so sure.
  7. Pretty sure clubs at Champions League level have done it.
  8. Just put a youth team player on the bench. Problem solved and they get experience of a first team matchday and a bonus.
  9. jj77

    Beanie Hat

    They've got no gloves as well!
  10. Rovers train indoors at City Academy and am told it's a bit of a shambles with hardly any coaches per kid and is a bit tinpot. I've been impressed with both Southampton and City from what I've seen. At the end of the day it's extra training from qualified coaches so you've got nothing to lose with either or both.
  11. Forums, everyone is now an expert and you can be half way through reading a post when you realise it's a load of shite.
  12. I thought this was a football forum?
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