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  1. He was at the cup game last month and was doing just that until qpr went behind prompting a chant of ‘where’s your rattle gone’
  2. Just like their disappearing fans the thread asking where they’ve gone has disappeared from gaschat. Obviously a case of if we delete it then it never happened
  3. I like her as a pundit but as a presenter on goals on Sunday it’s obvious she’s reading an autocue and so comes across a little wooden
  4. Tbf that was city fans supporting Liam Walsh on his debut
  5. If you don’t mind a bit of a walk Putney is the closest mainline station or if taking the tube to Putney Bridge then Paddington is the easiest
  6. I see Adriano Basso was Bury’s goalkeeper coach so obviously thoughts with the players and staff who’ve lost their livelihood through no fault of their own
  7. I don’t mean revelling in others misfortune but knowing there’s now a greater chance of staying up
  8. Tbh if we were in their position we’d do the same but shows they’re looking down rather than up in their division despite being the sixth richest club and all that
  9. Whilst it may be too late for Bolton and possibly Bury the authorities need to get their act together to stop these situations happening, imposing a salary cap for example and ensuring there aren’t any ridiculous loopholes Also i’d like to see some sort of levy imposed as sort of a membership fee of the top 4 divisions. If 1% of turnover and tv money went into a centrally managed fund this could go towards grassroots as well as issuing grants to make it more of a level playing field. If clubs refuse to pay this fee then they should be kicked out of the league and it’s only really the top 6 clubs who’d threaten to break away if this happened
  10. So the ref was as good as Massengo?
  11. I’m not convinced Afobe is the panic buy lots of people think, firstly if he was it would’ve surely been a loan not with an option to buy Also I’ve seen it reported someone that other championships clubs were in for him and it was LJ who convinced him to sign The more i think of this article it’s obviously been written with a Leeds bias and makes no mention of all the alleged groundwork that went into it so probably can be taken with a pinch of salt. Whatever the truth is the early signs are we’ve ended up with a striker who appears to be a good fit and seems to be settling in well. As for Nketiah, it’s a long season so he’ll probably get a chance to play at Leeds but it still remains to be seen how he’ll get on at this level
  12. 1450 of them made the trip, so not quite what we took last weekend
  13. You could ask the same about our utilisation of Ryan Kent
  14. One part doesn’t make sense, if Dusseldorf were at the front of the queue why did city arrange a medical? Nothing in that article fits the narrative of last week of arsenal assuring city that we were their first choice and the transfer being all but agreed before Leeds crashed the party, rather it paints a picture of Leeds having done their homework more so than us and Dusseldorf and city then jumping the gun in arranging a medical
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