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  1. Bloody love it, that is how the game of football should be played!
  2. Combine sports - football and boxing. If you tackle someone hard, a boxing ref runs on the pitch with a couple of gloves and you get to have a round of boxing with the opponent there and then on the pitch. The winner of the bout gets to take a penalty kick, the loser can be subbed if the manager wishes. Oh, and the football game continues around the boxing match.
  3. Ha Ha, Aden Flint, good man, he'll eff up Cardiff's hopes of promotion this season. Flinty helped sabotage things nicely for Boro, now our man undercover is going to ruin the Taffy's. Well done, Flint, well done! Break a few legs in training ...
  4. Good luck Matt with your new career direction at City; sounds like the clubs is becoming far more professional in all capacities. I've never had any dealings with you personally, as I've never had an issue that couldn't be resolved over the phone with the club shop, but all the best, I'm sure you did a top job. A warm Welcome to Ryan Corrigan!
  5. It is Janneh, but he's also an absolute ringer for a young Albert Adomah. And also looks a lot (from my memory anyway) like Mo Eisa.
  6. Full credit to the person considering this, I would imagine their life will never be the same again, for good and bad reasons. If I was the gay footballer, instead of doing this solo, I would try to contact other gay players and arrange for a group to come out together. Part of me fears for the individual; despite all the positive notes on this thread, we all know that there are a lot of wicked people out there who will troll and abuse the man for years.
  7. What actually does the term S82 mean? It doesn't sound City related, which could put people off of joining, myself included for example. I've often meant to ask, but always forgot, what does it mean? Anyway, keep on pumping up the atmosphere...
  8. If Var is not stopped it will kill football. Why would the football governing bodies want that? It makes no sense.
  9. A squad player again I'm sure, will no doubt feature in a few games and probably score 2 goals, which may well prove to be match winners. Will more than likely go missing for large chunks of the season and be sold next summer 100%
  10. How the hell have I lived almost 40 years and never heard that bamboo could be turned into clothing? The old adage is true - you do learn something new every day! Another simple way clubs can be better for the environment is to scrap releasing new kit every bloody season. Get your sponsor tied down for their contract length and use the same strip until the deal ends / or is not extended.
  11. Yes, it feels good to be alive, the match-day thread has returned. Septic Peg, I love ya! City to win 9-1 - King Kalas to score all 9.
  12. Elliason is a very good player, but I don't get all this Co'D bashing - he's perfectly entitled not to extend his contract, that's his freedom as a player, surely? It doesn't mean he shouldn't be picked in his final year, after all, if no one wants to sign Callum, it's pointless paying a wage to a player, a good player at that, and not using them! Get Co'D and Elliason both in the team!
  13. How much food for the poor? How many salaries for emergency service workers? How many extra police serving on the streets? How many prisons to ease overcrowding? How many fresh water pipes to help quench the thirst of those dying from serious illness or dehydration? How many extra schools and hospitals? How many affordable homes? I could go on for hours... I do wonder if all the never ending sums of money being pumped into the beast of football could be best served around the world, for any of the above causes.
  14. And to add to the OP, when SL does open up the cheque book, it's on tired old dross like Kalas; after all he did nothing for us last season, couldn't do enough to get us into the top 6, what a waste of 8 million quid. Kalas can't even get a game at Frank Lampard's Chelsea, so why is he good enough for us?! If you ask me, Webster was a one-man defence, and he'll probably go to Villa for peanuts...
  15. Really interesting, thought-provoking comments so far, cheers for replies. I wonder whether clubs are being sensible spending such vast sums of money, like ourselves for example, just because the money is there due to the Kelly sale, should we really spend £8million on a player who didn't guarantee us a top six place last season? The money being spent on players has really gotten out of control far too quickly. Trouble is, it inflates the value for all players, and forces clubs to spend more than they can actually sustain. Surprised the governments haven't set up a regulative body to investigate and monitor the movement of such massive wealth within the game - unless they have and I'm just not familiar with their operation.
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