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  1. Would've been City v Cardiff today... we would've smashed them...
  2. Yes but if Liverpool have the stark choice of celebrating their title win in an empty ground or not winning the title at all, it's an easy choice. Welcome to capitalism! Rightly or wrongly, money will dictate everything. Well they're talking about waves of the virus. So when the NHS can cope, we relax from lockdown to social distancing for a few months. The next wave of virus then overwhelms NHS again so we go back into lockdown. By now, most citizens have had the virus and we can ride it out til the vaccine comes. 3 lock downs would surely do the job, but they might just do 2.
  3. I was expecting a diplomatic 'City is a fantastic club and I'm really enjoying it here. We don't know what the future holds but I hope I get to wear the shirt again soon.'
  4. Having taken so long for these clubs and players to part with their ludicrous reserves of cash, it feels like it is a reluctant gesture more than anything. Maybe that's just my cynical mind.
  5. Oh yeah 10k is sadly inevitable. My reference was more to the fact that Italy has lost 10k lives in the past 14 days, and would therefore see us track with our Italian friends
  6. I hope you're right and that we're not going to lose 10,000 lives in the next fortnight.
  7. Tracking very closely with Italy. At this stage, 14 days ago, they were at 4,032 having just had a rise of c600.
  8. I wonder how diplomatic his answer will be about remaining at City on a permanent basis...?
  9. My personal favourites, Radiohead. The bigger they got, the less commercial their sound became. They rarely do interviews, you won't see them trying to sell their themselves. Their success is completely anomalous.
  10. Perfect example Silv, and I mourn it all the time. Courteeners. The first album came when raw laddish indie was having a revival, then they became well produced and radio 1 friendly. But hey, John Lydon did a butter advert and Iggy Pop wound up selling insurance or summat, so don't hold out for artistic integrity from your heroes.
  11. I completely agree, but the season will always be tarnished. Say we beat Preston to 6th place, with a fit and firing Afobe playing in each of our remaining games. There would always be the claim that we'd benefitted from a pandemic. Some clubs would benefit from the extended break more than others. More controversial than that will be the contract situation. Imagine a team become weakened by losing a loanee before the season resumes, or even an out of contract first teamer. Could departing players resume the season elsewhere? I'm guessing there will be an agreement made by clubs to adhere to a particular code of conduct which safeguards the status quo until the season has been completed, but who knows. Another curiosity is that there were probably managers out there on the verge of the sack, who have had the most dramatic stay of execution you could imagine. For tons of reasons, this season, if it finishes, will be a complete anomaly. Even Liverpool's almost perfect season will forever be caveated by the pandemic.
  12. I'll push you closer to the brief...which one current midfielder would benefit most from a training session with Shelts?
  13. A random, but hopefully original concept to helps us through these unfootbally times... You can pick a City player from the past to mentor a player of the present. For example, could Tommy Doherty add a bit of grit to Han-Noah Massengo's game, or would Famara Diedhiou learn more about being an all-round forward from Shaun Goater or from Steve Jones?! The most nuanced suggestion wins a prize: an eat in meal for two at any Bristol restaurant with any City player past or present, but you must book the table for the next 2 weeks...
  14. Of course I agree with you RedM, but also, if ever there was a safe space to moan about lack of football during a pandemic, the football forum on OTIB should be it.
  15. I've been listening to Script of the Bridge a lot recently and it's just bloody brilliant
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