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  1. Not technically ours because he was only here on loan, but I was highly impressed by Steven Caulker when he was at City. I thought he was destined to go onto great things and become an England regular. Danny Rose was on loan with us at the same time and was utter crap.
  2. Only 8 for me. I also saw City play at Rushden and Diamonds (now gone).
  3. Very sad news. RIP Jon.
  4. Diony reached Nicky Hunt-like levels of awfulness in his games for us. Embarrassingly, I remember being fooled into thinking that he was promising at first because he looked quick and mobile. How wrong I was.
  5. Dire stuff from England so far. Awful defending for their equaliser.
  6. I was at that Charlton game too - nice ground and a good atmosphere in the away end that day (and in that pub beforehand!) Leeds is a decent away trip and a good place to spend a weekend. Haven’t been there for quite while (the defeat there when Nicky Hunt plummeted to new depths with an even more staggeringly poor performance than normal).
  7. I didn’t really notice them yesterday , but I find them really distracting during evening games.
  8. I thought he looked good. Solid, quick, good on the ball. We seem to have real strength in depth (apart from up front), especially once the injured players return.
  9. I hadn’t seen him play before this season so didn’t really know much about him. He’s really impressed me - he plays with maturity, confidence and passion and seems to be revelling in his time on the pitch.
  10. Very impressed with him so far and he seems like a good leader.
  11. Completely agree about Massengo. He is a joy to watch. Just little things like the way he changes his body position so fluidly to open up space for a pass. He doesn’t have that raw-ness you’d normally expect to see in someone so young. A class act.
  12. I’ve always enjoyed trips to London to watch City - there’s usually a decent away turnout and there are so many options for pubs. I know they’re not currently in our league, but one of my favourite away trips ever was at Newcastle - I really liked it as a city to spend the weekend in, the people were friendly and the ground is right in the centre.
  13. Great stuff. Well done, Jack.
  14. Well done Famara. It’s always good to see a City player called up for international duty.
  15. One of the few grounds I’ve been to where I’ve stood/sat in different parts of the ground. Most of the time I’ve been there the away end has been in a small two tiered stand behind one goal, which has a narrow terrace at the bottom (with great acoustics) and seats in the top tier. I also remember the away end at some point being at the opposite end, on a bigger open terrace (now the home end with a roof).
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