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RedSkin

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  1. Makes sense to me. I think I started off with a half season ticket. Bought a full one ever since.
  2. The white poppy is to represent all those that lost life - civilians and combatants from both sides - rather than those that died fighting for British forces. Just because you respect every life lost does not mean you would surrender in the event of another war. If more old men in power had a greater respect for life maybe they wouldn't been so quick to send young men off to their deaths in the future. As for blue poppies at the Mem because of an aversion to anything red, that's just purile. If I was a gashead I'd be deeply embarrassed that my club has taken such an iconic emblem of remembrance and made it all about my club's petty alliegence.
  3. Vardy has amazing energy, is an intelligent player, and a top class finisher. He has everything going for him in life. I just can't fathom why he's so angry every time he scores!!
  4. The difference is that Rooney started playing top level professional football at 16. It's not your age, but the number and the intensity of the games you've played.
  5. Indeed. I'm hoping the club will soon announce that my Christmas shopping is all done. Then, I can relax.
  6. I've seen some of the arguments for and against expected goals as an indicator for how well a team is performing. I will have a look at the video too. Thanks @spudski That aside, my feeling is we haven't played that well all season and I'm still amazed how far up the league we are. I'd like to think when we have players back and really 'click' (plus a striker in Jan) we will kick on, rather than fall away.
  7. Done. And got a very nice personalised reply for my small donation. God bless Michael.
  8. Spot on. I appreciate his hard work but for me he just isn't that good. Doesn't mean I hate him.
  9. I'll happily contribute of S32 want to set up a fund raiser for a banner saying... 'Racism, Sectarianism, Sexism, Homophobia, Anti-semitism will not be tolerated in our support'
  10. Great listen. Thanks @Shtanley. Pele next...
  11. That's quantum!! Well done MA. Everything this clubs does right now, we do well.
  12. Just going on the clips, I think he offers something different. He looks confident in 1 on 1 which I never feel with Weimann and Fammy. He gets tap-ins which we definitely miss. Also plays off the last man and got good movement. I can see KP45 playing him in plenty. Feel optimistic he'll contribute.
  13. I may take I'm the odd game, but wouldn't be a regular till it was closer.
  14. Can't wait for the basketball arena (though I'll have to). Will go along if it's by the Gate. New training facility is a massive step forward for the club. The main place of work for the players, so a huge positive in attracting the best.
  15. David Noble looks well. Nice it means that much to him that he came down. One of my favourite City goals and games. Thanks Nobes!!
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