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  1. I only really play Ultimate Team so I can't say much for how the other game modes have changed but after a few days of playing so far, other than the menus being trickier to navigate, I can't really feel or see much difference in the game at all. Concerning as last years was probably the worst FIFA I've played - I gave up on that one before the turn of the year, even lockdown didn't tempt me back! No doubt they'll play around with the game play over the coming weeks after official release anyway so we'll see what it turns out like by the time the first Weekend League takes place.
  2. Well the headline clearly worked as plenty seem to be talking about it. It just sounds like a rather sarcastic remark without much meaning behind it and the paper ran that part as the headline. I'm sure he did get a few negative tweets, practically every player does.
  3. Case and point when that Villa fan who goes around vlogging did a video at the Mem. The guy wasn't even a neutral either as he had previous for having a bit of a pop at us in his videos, even mentioned Rovers as a better club at one point to wind us up. Took him one trip to the Mem to realise how wrong he really was. Some of them even tried to claim none of the stuff in his video actually happened at one point, laughable.
  4. Yep same here, a lot of City fans in that Bath team too including both goalscorers. Chas first and Frankie who used to be on our books. Bet they had a good night after that!
  5. I do wonder why we didn't match our badge with the strip colour like they have on their away shirt.
  6. I was very surprised to see so much dislike for it, I think it looks tidy.
  7. I'm joining you guys from tomorrow. Not expecting too much of a change as I've been camped in the darkest corner of the office for the past 3 months running projects anyway. I also prefer the company of the cats over colleagues - for now at least.
  8. One Vision - Queen. I seem to remember this for some reason from maybe early 00's, possibly a half time thing rather than the start of the match though. There was another song we used to play coming out for the 2nd half at a similar time but the song annoyingly escapes me.
  9. This has a Diedhiou red card written all over it for so many reasons.
  10. I'd love to see how many people would agree with this stance if it was Mourinho rather than Klopp.
  11. Once had a mate who came down the City but didn't come when Man Utd were playing. I always remember him leaving the game against Norwich in 2008 at half time. This was the game where Brooker scored that late goal to send us top of the league and was one of the best parts of that season (playoffs aside),. I cannot compare those celebrations to those he must've had when he got home to watch the teatime Man Utd game on Sky.
  12. This one bothered me the most. It look's like a perfectly timed run by Pukki. I don't think it's just the eventual decision that is killing off goals either. I doubt you can pull any stats to back it up (it might not even happen) but I worry that strikers may now leave themselves a little more work to do with their runs to make sure they aren't subject to the dreaded VAR lines.
  13. I've been off the radar a little so I'm sure this gift was picked up at the original article date of 12th December but they had quite a funny reminder yesterday. Since they can no longer pass tickets through the fence, they're saving the pennies through purchasing Junior tickets instead. The club has become increasingly aware of reports of adult supporters entering the stadium on Junior tickets. Numerous reports over the past few games have been made of adult supporters gaining access to the stadium on concession tickets. This act, not only represents a breach of ground regula
  14. I'd be screaming penalty if it happened against us down the gate and at first watch I thought it was as clear a penalty as you can get. After watching it a few times, I think the ref made a very good call in tough circumstances. You can see their attacker slowing down and moving in COD's direction rather than charging towards goal with the ball. He knew exactly what he was doing and the ref didn't buy it. Simple as that. All in all, it's a lot of fuss over a penalty that Bentley probably would have saved anyway.
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