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  1. Good old Tony, a real character, the heart of Hemel Hempstead and a stalwart of the London Branch who could be relied upon to follow City everywhere. He wrote some of the London Branch chants back in the day.
  2. It was not pretty to watch, but on that day at Preston we won, 3-1 I think.
  3. Could be, but I remember buying beer on the terraces at Preston when they had their plastic pitch.
  4. It was the FA Cup. I thought it was Alan Hay but I stand to be corrected. I remember the player advanced down the left and hit a left foot screamer from 25-30 yards.
  5. Whenever City play in blue we lose. We also played in blue at Leyton Orient in 1982, using Orient's away kit as we'd forgot to bring ours. After an early thunderbolt from Alan Hay put us 1-0 up we fell apart and got a 4-1 hammering.
  6. Are we talking about the very tall floodlights that ended up at Springfield Park, Wigan.
  7. I miss the guy putting the metal numbers on the board to let us know the half time scores. Just like me putting up the cricket score for the local side my cousin played for.
  8. I could definitely come up with a match day squad of ex City players worse than Richard Foster. He must have some favourable attributes to attract someone like Amy Mcdonald.
  9. So sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family. It'll be hard now when his passing is so raw but think about all the good times. It will help.
  10. I don't know whether all footballers can live for a year without pay, but those at an elite level should be able to do so unless alimony payments are crippling. Otherwise spot on Carlos.
  11. RIP. My thoughts and prayers are with Taylor Moore and his family at this sad time.
  12. In fairness footballers are no different to the rest of us, including those on grossly hideous salaries in the Premiership. Some of them are thugs and morons while others truly care. We know that Marcus Rashford is doing something for kids but there may be many others assisting which hasn't been publicised. Past players like Jurgen Klinsmann (who gave a third of his salary to children's causes) and Dirk Kuyt (who with his wife ran a charitable foundation) didn't shout their work from the rooftops.
  13. Can't agree with that. Cardiff bored everybody apart from the most diehard bluebirds.
  14. Jimmy Mann scored spectacular goals. He was our Peter Lorimer, or a right footed Alan Walsh before Alan Walsh. Goal at Bolton in 78 is one that stands out.
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