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  1. I know right. What a silly ‘discussion’ this has been. Kind of like a car crash. They’re unpleasant but everyone slows down to look at them! I find that a common view in here is that the older you are, the more smart and capable you are; with no exceptions. It’s honestly hilarious and beyond parody. Using that logic, Brezhnev was the best leader the Soviets had by a country mile, and Roy Hodgson is comfortably the best manager in the Premier League right now.
  2. We always seem to beat Crystal Palace. One of my favourite memories of watching City was us tearing them apart in the cup run, where it was becoming increasingly apparent after Taylor’s goal that we could absolutely rip them apart
  3. Game will be off most likely for a while. Safety of players paramount.
  4. Massimo Cellino (the mad bloke who used to run Leeds) has now come out and said that Featherstone had to be banned from Elland Road due to his constant insistence of being involved in deals. Monk’s managerial career has to be over, if not just severely inhibited.
  5. Sadly I think he’ll fit right in. Already seen him try to gatekeep and tell people to 'do one'. Then he's surprised when he gets called out on it. I can understand the reasons for cutting the allocation and it always seems we are relatively generous with it. Problem is that that just makes supporters go 'behind enemy lines'. The Leeds fan in the Dolman is an infamous example. Would like to know what the club are doing with trying to minimise this issue even if it is mostly beyond their control. Anyone remember the group of Birmingham fans openly celebrating and mocking our fans, while sitting just in front of the Heineken lounge? Last game of the season when we could have sent them down. Now that could have turned ugly. Really ugly.
  6. Think Simon Grayson is lined up to replace him. Tarnished his reputation a bit with Sunderland but a very good manager at League 1 level
  7. Would love him here but think it’s a bit optimistic and that he will go for more than £4m. Will probably go to a lower or newly-promoted Prem side
  8. I had honestly figured in the past that his personality type was susceptible to mental health problems which would be suppressed and kept hidden, but nowhere on this level. I have yet to have the ‘pleasure’ of a long commute to my job but I imagine it gives you a lot of thinking time which can equate to absolute torture if you are already in a bad state. I still find him personally dislikable, yet these people are the most crucial ambassadors for opening up about mental health problems, since they can speak effectively to demographics that still continue to ignore issues such as this. Same with Tyson Fury. Found many things that he has said to be deplorable but his conversations about mental health and wanting to help others are very poignant and hugely significant in communicating to men aged 35-59 in particular.
  9. ‘Out of Thatcher’s, is Strongbow okay?’ (edit: just realised @Slacker beat me to it)
  10. Think his hand movements and positioning are a dead giveaway as to his weapon of choice, hahaha
  11. There was a very noticeable decrease in tents being left behind this year, and waste in general. Hopefully people are starting to get the message. Some festival goers are so wasteful to the point where I don’t think I’ve bought a camping chair in years as so many were left behind. Now we need to see if this trend keeps going at other festivals this summer such as Reading and Boomtown
  12. I saw him play for Bury against Exeter City last season and his legs are gone. Injuries really got to him in the end, but he still has enough technical ability to perform reasonably well at that level.
  13. You’re right; in terms of grammatical sense it has to be one of the worst paragraphs I’ve written in a considerable period of time. The general theme is quite apparent though
  14. Yeah fair enough, it wasn’t your intention and it’s a shame some others decided to do it
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