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  1. Wow! I’d completely forgotten about that 2 star and 3 star business. You referring to it really takes me back. Back in the 60’s I used to cut out the black and white pixelated photos of the players, stick them in my scrap book and wait for the players to come out after the match to get them autographed.
  2. With that defeat we went bottom of the second division. Jantzen Derrick scored our second in injury time after we were 1-4 down. Green un headline that evening was "City are rocked and go bottom". RIP Alan.
  3. 'Brings it under his spell" "he has a good engine" "back stick" "the park", "'pulls the trigger" "custodian" and other similar bollocks commentators come up with. Not to mention "unlucky" when a highly paid premier league player misses an open goal my granny could scored.
  4. Last week it was reported that we have hit the woodwork more times this season than any other club in all four divisions. Unfortunately I can't remember where I heard/read it.
  5. Apologies. It was a typo so no hidden agenda and as you say it doesn't make much difference.
  6. Brilliant photo. So glad you all had a great day.
  7. I didn't pick and choose. I included all our competitive matches. It's up to LJ which team he picks and I hardly think Plymouth are world beaters. They beat us at home but are currently propping up league one.
  8. Yes. Let's hope it's better than this year.
  9. Fair comment. We are mid table this season which helps cancel out the results from Jan to May last season. I was simply reviewing the year as it ends but I agree different time periods will give different results.
  10. As we move into 2019 I thought it would be interesting to collate our results for 2018. Including league and cup matches these are as follows:- Played 50. Won 12. Drawn 16. Lost 22. Win ratio 22.4% As we move into the fourth year of LJ's tenure he recently remarked he had "seen off" other managers in the league who had been sacked. Not LJ bashing but surely this is due to the continued benevolence of our chairman rather than results on the pitch?
  11. I've followed city for 50 years and we always used to play on the Saturday after a mid week match until we started sharing the pitch with the rugby club.
  12. Let me think. When was the last time a proper football club like Man U, Man City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Aston Villa, Leeds, Everton,etc etc switched their fixture to a Sunday so a rugby match could be played on their pitch on the Saturday?
  13. Haven't noticed many Premiership and Championship teams switching to a Sunday to accommodate rugby. For TV yes but not for rugby.
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