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  1. Jesus wept. At 8am on a Sunday morning you are on a teams forum that has f all to do with you, still pathetically trying to get your kicks by being a incredibly bad WUM. You really are very very sad.
  2. I agree it very much is, but it’s the big clubs that hold the weight in the argument (and whatever they like to think Villa are not at the top table or anywhere near it). It’ll be the Liverpools, Chelsea’s, Spurs, Arsenals and Manchester clubs that dictate this and that hold the clout on this one. I’m sure there will be threats of breakaways to the much fabled European Super League etc being bandied about if they don’t get their own way and the Prem will kow tow.
  3. I think we can see from the behaviour of Spurs this week just which way this will go unfortunately. Hope I’m proved wrong but I can’t see any way that those top clubs will not do everything they can in order to not jeopardise their primary income stream. There may be a few outliers who will want to do the right thing, but can’t see it. All these crazy suggestions coming out just show how desperate they are to conclude it and not lose their precious tv revenues.
  4. The actions of a proper ‘community’ club when it’s actually desperately needed. Actions rather than words. Good on them.
  5. Unbelievable. Can’t believe they’d charge anything at all for such a vital not for profit service like you say, let alone hike the prices. Sad times Bristol Sport.
  6. Not missing any of it other than catching up with my mates that I go with over a few beers before and after the game. Feels a bit strange to me really just how little I am missing actual football itself in general, not just City games. Maybe it will be a big reset for some, me included. We shall see.
  7. I agree. But they will. Once this ends it won’t take long at all for it all to revert back to money, unfortunately.
  8. Hopefully your view is being overly pessimistic but it very easily could turn to reality. I think whatever the timeframe though that they will have to complete this season - even if it is next year as you say. Too many law suits will be forthcoming if it isn’t - unless of course there is something in the small print of the rules regards force majeure but you would have though you would’ve thought that would have come to light by now if it had.
  9. No because it will take away vital front line staff from saving lives. Would look slack using doctors and medics for a game of football when people are dying and the NHS is on its knees. Just can’t see it
  10. I’ve bought mine along with thousands of others. I was disappointed the club didn’t give us more time given the situation that was unfolding, but we have to trust they will do the right thing if it comes to cancellations or reduced games etc.
  11. Will always be my personal favourite. Incredible day out and result.
  12. No definitely not. But he was amazing to watch. I was just romanticising about the past!
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