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Bob Thompson

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  1. Coaches and managers change frequently and yes it is a win or the sack culture. The policies are set by the board. We ,rather like Bournemouth ,have talented squad and good coaches. Thanks to Klopp and Pep we are seeing a more fluid type of football with young players. Sometimes form and confidence suffers. City are in transition, please don’t go back to whack it down the Channels. Stick with LJ and modern football it will come good soon.Always believe.
  2. At this juncture it’s probably just as well that some of our better players are still here. If we can’t get some in, don’t criticise the ones already here. We’re all a bit fragile at the moment.
  3. This was the same team that played last home game with one change. The majority of fans were happy. individual mistakes again and the loss of form by key players didn’t help. Messrs Lansdown and Ashton must use their management skills to steady the ship. Emotional outburst by players, coaches and fans do not help.
  4. Bailey, Nagy,Smith, Palmer, Eliason have had very little game time this season. Whilst agreeing that injuries have not helped .Football now involves usually 15 players in any one game, perhaps a little more consistency in team selection would help, especially in the middle of the park.
  5. If the kids want to light up the stadium and it doesn’t upset the players why not? We need all the help we can get! Better that than crude chants. Football is family entertainment we all get enjoyment from it in our own way..Keep the player chants up , Keep the noise up and let’s all support City together!
  6. It was the best of times and the worst of times. I bought my shares pre Lansdown when the team was bottom of the 4th and going out of business. There weren’t very many of us and the money raised was neglible. I have today sold them back for the £120 I paid for them. I’m sure Mr Lansdown will take care of them but it is a wrench to let them go for sentimental reasons. Football is changing but the role of fans is as well with less apparent say in the running of ‘our’ club.
  7. Sorry, Kodjia! Kodjia is a bit quicker than me! Kodjia!!!!
  8. As an old Kodjia I watch talking picture on TV. Programmes made in the 50s and 60s need an apology for the customs and attitudes of the times. Regretfully some Countries have not caught up with 21st Century attitudes. No excuses they need. Educating. FIFA and governments need to take a lead in achieving this. Right wing politics does not help.
  9. Best of luck mate. Let’s hope it’s on the red button!
  10. Missing the next two home matches , being hospitalised. So please can someone tell LJ to keep the central defenders further up the pitch. Not to antagonise the 4th official and not to stop playing football by hitting long balls until it’s really necessary! I’m sure he listens to me from the Lansdown every home game!
  11. The coaching is better, leading to more competitive games.Against Reading for instance our 442 with wide players coming inside was picked up by Reading. We had to plug the hole down our right to counter their cross balls. Thank goodness our coaches are on the ball to pick things up whilst we have a weakened team.
  12. Thoroughly agree. If we play Kallas Williams ant Baker at the back. With Hunt wide on the right. Nagy midfield and Weimar up front, that leave 4 quality midfield players needed to score goals and run the game. Who are they?
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