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  1. The kind of person who brings flares to a ground in the first place.
  2. Imagine if Fam had scored one goal this season!
  3. He's one of three major expenses this summer. They're a bottom 5 team. 1 in 13 striker.
  4. Seems like that Szmodics impersonation was dead on about LJ!
  5. I'll be happy if the Hungarians win and delighted if the city players come through the game with no injuries. I'm happy to have friends who don't buy me half a drink!
  6. I used to want the other home nations to win, then I met some of them in real life.They are like the blue few. They like when their team wins, the LOVE it when England lose. Stuff em. I predict Nagy is running down the wing, Morrell clatters him, sending Adam flying into the Welsh dugout, where he collides with Ashley Williams, putting them both out for the season!
  7. What on earth is the punishment for trying to kill a man? Thinking they'll suspend him the exact number of games the Browns play this season, so it will be indefinite until they are out of contention.
  8. Before listening i'm going to guess the question was. Shtanley, if we did an at home with you and Semenyo, what would we find?
  9. I'd love to see statistics of managers being sacked or quitting directly after playing us. Change the Robin to a Shrike, we're managerial killers.
  10. He ate it as part of his plant based diet. Can't be helped.
  11. Feels good. Nagy behind O'Dowda, Brownhill and Palmer Gives Palmer the runners he needs, both full backs, Weimann, O'Dowda and Brownhill can all carry the ball forwards and create space. Feels compact, feels like we can press or sit off depending on what we need. Gets a bunch of our best players into their round holes. Bunch of competition, with Massengo, Smith, Rowe all able to come in. And we only need one striker! Which is lucky! Wouldn't mind seeing this from the start of a game some time.
  12. That felt like deja-vu, LJ standing there doing nothing while Cardiff piled on the pressure. Waiting to concede as we've done so many times before. This time, a bit of space opened up, and Brownhill with a huge strike won the game for us. And then, instead of conceding, we defended fantastically, and saw out the game comfortably. Very professional, very encouraging that last 20 minutes.
  13. There was an entire season where the only thing people will remember are that Leicester City won a title with Mahrez and Vardy up front. He has his rightful place is history. Don't think he's under appreciated at all.
  14. First line I agree with. I disagree with the notion Rooney is a flake. It's definitely pre-judging his Derby career. Not a Rooney fan, also not a fan of recency bias when studying history. Rooney played for what 10? 12? years at his top level. If you include age groups Rooney might have been at peak for around 20 years. I'd say Vardy is at 5. Why does it matter if it's 10-30 or 27-32? I'd argue it's even harder to maintain a desire and work rate to be successful when you're at the top of your profession and have been since being a teen. Look at all the wonder kids that show talent then burn out just as fast. If you want to applaud Jamie Vardy for sticking at it, you should applaud Wayne Rooney more for having much more sustained success than Jamie Vardy (so far) EVEN with the giant spotlight shining on him from being the centre of media attention, being at an elite club and playing for England.
  15. We've already had more detailed articles on his time at city. This is a rehash. Designed to get mugs angry at O'Neill.
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