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  1. No, I'd say finish this season whenever the new term is fit to start, even if that is months down the line. Of course the squads will be different, managers may have changed, but the teams should still finish this league campaign. Hard to really care though isn't it, football is completely irrelevant. I wouldn't be surprised if the game doesn't start again for at least a year, and a lot of teams may not exist come that time.
  2. reddogkev

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    So sorry to hear - RIP to your Dad, my sentiment is to celebrate his life and cherish the thousands of memories he has given you and your family. He'll be with you in spirit at every future game you attend.
  3. Fantastic photo's. Was there anyone else around at the time? Damn though the stadium is far too white and bland for my liking, why can't they just splash a bit of red around the walls?
  4. Starting to think that humanity may never fully recover from this situation. There's too much damage being caused to the world's infrastructure that will only worsen with time and may never be restored. Remember the days when football seemed important? Sorry to sound overly bleak.
  5. If I ever get a job as a top football coach (which I won't), then you can be damn sure my son is getting a hefty contract and a guaranteed place in the team.
  6. What if football and sport doesn't start again this year? How many clubs will fold in that time period? Will they be able to start up again?
  7. FC United released a statement about cancelling Eurovision?
  8. Terrible news, very sad for all of his loved ones and friends. R.I.P Peter, what a fantastic player.
  9. Now, if it was an OTIB fight to the death, I'd be well up for it, after all who doesn't love a good old fashioned brawl?
  10. Yep totally agree, just wondered if the responses might be different or a little less impassioned during this forced break. As soon as the season starts again and City lose a game or two, I'm sure the usual hyper-critical threads will appear denouncing the man. Hope I'm wrong and City don't lose a game or two!
  11. Damn, I'm 39 years old, but I'm loving that Marble video - feel like a kid again!
  12. You've echoed exactly what I thought, and no many other fans, prior to our previous 2 games. I was impressed with our result and performance against Fulham, and even though it is nonsense to suggest two games should change your mind, it reminded me what we are capable of under LJ. If he can find a way to keep City playing at a high standard at home, and stop changing 3 or 4 players every game, he's not far off getting City promoted. I'd like to see if he can improve with us and take us up a league.
  13. King Kalas must be the strongest and would tear the arms and heads off of everyone else. I think it would be Kalas v Fammy in the final fight.
  14. Without any games being played at the present, it seems like an opportune chance to consider Lee Johnson as City coach. What is it now, four years as manager? It's fair to say we're pretty consistent at challenging for the top six, and not far away from becoming a team who can chase the top two spots. We all know Lee has been very well backed by the board and the owner, and has had the psychological benefit of job security. Do you feel he's doing a good job and is he the man to continue taking City forwards? Taking the last few years into consideration, I'd like to see him here for at least another 2 seasons, with the condition the team keeps pushing for the top six or higher. What are your thoughts at the moment? This should make for interesting reading as our minds have cooled and football passion has probably hit the back burner - it already seems like a life time ago City last played Fulham.
  15. A day before I was 10 years old - was also the first season my Dad took me to see a match at the Gate. I can never remember the game I first watched, neither can my Dad - for all I know it could have been this one.
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