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  1. matalan12

    Fifa 20

    in FIFA 19 Marley Watkins was insane. Strength, pace, power. Superb to bring on after 65 mins. So that pretty much sums up their ability to get the ratings realistic. Also for what its worth, last years FIFA was probably the worst one yet. So I'm hoping for big improvements this time around...
  2. If I had a seat on the back row I'd be standing up as well. To everyone that got an email, just carry on standing. What they gonna do, throw out every single fan who's standing? Like to see them try that. I fully expect to see a row of people standing at the back of the Dolman v QPR, as there have always been. If it was so dangerous, wouldn't it of caused a problem by now?! Never understood how celebrating a goal is allowed but standing still is such a risk...
  3. does no one see the difference in offence to running on celebrating a goal, and running on to assault a player. clearly the intentions are quite different, so does the punishment really need to be the same? little bit of common sense is all thats needed...
  4. They are decent mind. Definitely leading the way in this country. We can't even think to compare ourselves, leagues ahead of what we got going on.
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    WBA away

    My very first away game, back in 1998/99. Don't think I've ever seen us get even a point at The Hawthorns. Beggars belief why I'm going again this time, blind faith I guess.
  6. I'm currently on 75 out of the 92, and I've done all of these with City. No new grounds for me in the league this year unfortunately. Like a few people have already said, teams dropping out of the 4th division into non league is frustrating ,as is teams moving stadiums. I would be on 81 if it weren't for this! There is an app on the App Store called "Away Days" which is handy for people wanting to keep track, worth 80p. I want to say I've done them all with City,. There are plenty of people around the country that would of done the 92, but to say you've done them all with one club would be some achievement I think...
  7. Fans know when to protest. This isn’t one of those times. I’ll be staying all game supporting the team. To protest about prices, whilst being in the ground, makes no sense to me. The best way to make your voice heard, is not turning up at all. It’s hard, cos we all love the club, but if I felt that passionately about something, that’s the strongest form of protest you can make. An empty stadium is as loud as you can be.
  8. cannot stand carragher. such a ******* *****. true colours here. the list of things hes done just goes on and on. was buzzing when I seen this news this morning so hopefully this is the last we see of him on sky.
  9. I will never, ever want to see our club play a dark side of football. I absolutely hate it, regardless of any advantage it brings. Its not game I fell in love with, and far as I'm concerned there's no place for it. The day it starts creeping in at this level, as I fear it already is, will be the day that kicks me out of modern football. AMF.
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