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  1. I thought I remembered, or maybe I was just hoping that the company had been structured so that this helped the football team.
  2. Can someone please remind me how (or whether) the revenue from basketball, conferences, concerts (and parking obviously) will help our financial fair play position?
  3. For most clubs, hardly anyone fills in the survey. Manchester City seem to have been left out of the top 10 in spite of having a really good score, probably because they only had 3 respondents. Leicester's second place ranking relies on the views of just 8 supporters. Bristol city supporters were a bit more willing to give their views: 58 people replied to the survey.
  4. They really are going to be knackered
  5. I don't think anyone on this thread has said City are going to win the league (if they have I've missed it). A few have said the likelihood is better than 1 in 150... which seems difficult to disagree with!
  6. The table shows we're similarly strong to Brentford with a similar chance of winning the league. The odds are just wrong. There's no way that Brentford are 20 times more likely to win the league. A bet on City to win... This is one of those rare occasions when you'll get value.
  7. Can't imagine Hull will be delighted with that interview. They've just agreed to pay a loan fee for the player and now Peterborough are rubbishing (and potentially unsettling) the player they've spent money on.
  8. I wonder how Coventry line up. I think he's great. He runs with the ball excitingly and he's a brilliant long range passer. But he's lightweight and without 2 stronger more defensively minded midfielders around him, I think City looked a little lightweight. So although I really enjoy watching him play and was disappointed he was loaned away, I do understand why.
  9. Spot-on description. I've watched him playing for Wimbledon a lot. He's great: a nightmare for defenders. Fast, skillful, aggressive, tough battler at set-pieces. What I didn't know was how well he'd do in the Championship but he's proved he's up to it and given the number of chances City create, I think he'd do really well here.
  10. I took my 9 year old nephew to the Luton match over Christmas. He doesn't usually go to football so I was hoping it'd be an exciting game for his sake. Luckily, City played well and he was buzzing. At one point in the first half Bentley had the ball in his hands at the end of a Luton attack and quick as a flash threw it out to the left wing. My nephew looked up at me, eyes wide and said 'did you see he just threw the ball half the WHOLE pitch!' After the game he kept coming back to that throw. Perhaps I should have tried to explain to him that although he makes loads of saves and has a superhuman throwing arm, Bentley's performance against one key xG metric is actually mediocre... But then really who cares! My nephew thinks Bentley is amazing and so do I.
  11. He'd lost his head. He was unprofessionally fighting/handbags with a Brentford player whilst the game was going on around him and on a card already. That's not to say he takes a full 80% of the blame... That doesn't leave enough for Hunt.
  12. The quality of the football. There's various reasons to go to the footie - to catch-up with mates, to support your team, to enjoy the buzz of the crowd and maybe just because it's a habit, it's what you do on a Saturday (or Sunday, or....) But the main reason people go to the football, is to watch and enjoy the football! And it's better. Way, way better. Technically, tactically and athletically.
  13. It's not just needing to SEE how the game finishes or the possibility of an incredible finish like last night that keeps me to the end. I want to clap the players and the manager.
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