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  1. Sorry I couldn't make Head nor tail of what you were trying to say.or indeed what you are now saying. It is just , sorry, so garbled. My quotation merely sought to give clarification to Nyatanga's position, which is one I also experienced as I said. But glad you understood the quote.
  2. What are you talking about? Elizabeth I ruled from 1558 to 1603
  3. And pigs will be spotted flying over the Atyeo
  4. If you are privileged or lucky to do a job you really really enjoy you are lucky indeed. I changed my job aged 50 and was so lucky then to have 20 years of pure enjoyment from work. Prior to that I had a job that looked great to others but was highly stressful and I began to hate. I know exactly where Nyatanga is coming from, and am pleased for him that he is now doing something he loved. I am put in mind of a quotation from Queen Elizabeth I which addresses this issue, viz, 'To be a King and wear a crown is a thing more glorious to them that see it than it is pleasant to them that bear it.'
  5. With a committed chairman and a experienced competent manager, why not?
  6. Ivorguy

    Drop Diedhou

    No way are Weimann or Taylor suddenly going to turn into goal a game strikers to take us into playoffs. Properly supported Diedhiou just might. Supported by whom? Semeneyo played as a second striker and not as a winger, or Taylor, or Palmer. The Diedhiou / Weimann combination hasn't worked however. If I was LJ this is the question I would be working on in the break
  7. Given it is City nothing would surprise me, even 5 points!
  8. Ivorguy

    That Video

    Trying to make sense of what City say and do is like herding cats
  9. Trouble appears to be that LJ is genuinely self deluded
  10. We have a boring head coach, boring players, hardly surprising the fans are bored too
  11. Set up a boot camp and practise the basics until the players can do the simple things in their sleep. Oh and bring in a fitness coach too
  12. Kalas has won promotion more than once and his comments after the Leeds game compared to LJ's after last night's tell you everything about the club's lack of leadership
  13. Sorry will never accept it. SL's stubbornness and lack of a workable plan over such a long period reminds me of our failed PM.
  14. "Running out of ideas "; surely you meant "run out of ideas "
  15. As I said on a earlier Thread, responding to the thought we don't want promotion, the club is always satisfied with just mediocrity. LJ's response to tonight's match is exactly what I meant. He should be 100% dissatisfied with failing to win against a bottom team at home. He should have been dissatisfied with another lacklustre performance. He should have been dissatisfied with continuing to fail in terms of pushing on to a playoff place. Same old City, too easily satisfied with mediocrity. Hardly surprising given view of Head Coach the players seem incapable of lifting their game. I should think Kalas, given his comments after the Leeds game, must be wondering why he ever agreed to come west.
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