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  1. Reports from most fans who attended suggest that Taylor Moore played well, if so his mark of only 5 is harsh.
  2. I suggested something like this when Matt Parsons took up his previous post involving Supporters Liaison, he replied agreeing it was a good idea. My suggestion was that if a season card holder couldn’t attend for any reason, this could be notified to the club who could re-sell the seat for the match, with the season card holder getting a nominal credit (which could be money). This sort of initiative is more likely to happen when there are insufficient seats available. I’d be happy with this as if I can’t attend a match, someone else could do so - and importantly - the club would get extra money.
  3. Maybe, but not necessarily. Yes Prem tickets will almost certainly be more expensive than current, but they won’t be more than season tickets. The point I’m trying to make is that we have a diverse fan base and some genuine fans can only afford the occasional match.
  4. I have a season ticket but many simply can’t afford one. It doesn’t mean they aren’t real fans and aren’t as passionate as I am. Yes if we do go up there will inevitably be some “plastics” who want to see a premier league match without being too bothered about who wins.... but there will be plenty of dedicated City fans who are priced out of season tickets.
  5. I see that Adobe is one where we have an option to buy, that’s good!
  6. We would need a home grown player in the squad .... Semenyo
  7. I recall that whilst he had a poor debut, playing with an injury, he was booed by City fans. It’s rare that fans boo their own players. In this case it could hardly have helped him recover his confidence. I’m not surprised he felt he had such a terrible time here
  8. Thanks for such a comprehensive report. The injuries to Weimann and Smith worrying as they are such influential players. Anyone know if they are serious issues?
  9. Maybe he asked to come here as, aside from the usual salary, he’s been offered a selection of wives?
  10. Chelsea play in the Borough of Fulham..... whilst Fulham play in Chelsea.
  11. When I lived in Nottingham (a few decades ago) I was told that the City ground was not within the boundary of the City of Nottingham, but was in the County of Nottinghamshire. By contrast Notts County’s ground is in the City. confusing or what?
  12. First match that I saw was against Chichester in the FA Cup first round. We won 11-0 with John Atyeo scoring 5 goals
  13. Walsh was a revelation and although he only played for 45 minutes was my Man of the Match - assuming that one picks someone from one’s own team.... most independent observers would give MoM to Butland with Walsh the best outfield player. i appreciate that an excellent half doesn’t mean Walsh will be consistently as good, but hey, he’s very young and has a fine future in the game. Hopefully he will start against Reading
  14. My view is that our defence is stronger. Our attack is something I reserve judgement on. It looks promising and if Eisa is anything like as good as some believe, then we could have a great season. There has been plenty of change, but I’m optimistic.
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