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  1. Slight exaggeration.
  2. I think I read a yearly league with 13 wins over a 46 game period, giving us a return of 1.20 points per game. Not overly convincing viewing for sure. Other than relegated Stoke and Swansea, there were only 3 teams worse off in the champ. Bolton, Ipswich and one other.
  3. Because we all watch the dross served up on a bi weekly basis? Or ... ?
  4. Really? This statement cracks me up. The fellas I attend with all share the same opinion around not necessarily the lack of entertainment (which is evident) but more so the fact we don’t set up to try and win our home games. Prior to the Rotherham game I took in the delights of North Street and again, every one I spoke with has the same view around the Saturday’s we all share at the Gate currently. Certainly not positive.
  5. Having supported City since I was a kid, watching as a season ticket holder for a few years back when I was 16, myself and 3 friends took on season tickets last season. Partly to do with the fact we’ve all packed in playing and you see many familiar faces from the local circuit who’ve done the same. Whilst I appreciate the ups and downs of a football fan, the four of us will save our cash next year. The entertainment or lack of it provided on the pitch, which usually puts us all in full blown moan mode on our Saturday evening has become tiresome. No doubt we’ll take in a few games next year as POTD but I cannot justify the 400+ notes to watch one bloke isolated up top, wingers who play inside or fail to hit the byline when given the opportunity to go outside their man or the slow tedious possession focussed crap in our own third.
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