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  1. fatchers


    I can not see any justification in not sending Maquire off. It was a diliberate kick into the goolies. Even after review by var it was so clear and obvious and yet the decision went for the mancs. Something never changes.
  2. We may only have been promoted to the top division twice for a total of nine seasons but we did manage to finish runners up on our first visit. F.A.Cup runners up and Anglo Scots winners along with our 3 auto windscreen / Leyland Daf wotsits cups. I think we had an original shirt and program from our F.A.cup Final. I would have thought there was more than enough memorabilia for supporters of our club.
  3. He plays for Derby, our opponents, he's trying to beat us.
  4. Alan Dicks. How wrong can you get.
  5. Agree,the old fashioned idea of the football SUPPORTER is changing. Football has changed also. Unfortunately the new(ish) breed of football fan or follower needs instant gratification and success. Football/Championship manager game players. Football used to be an entertainment for the working man . The entertainment factor is being pushed aside under the weight of financial pressure. Fans say they want young players brought through their side yet, won't accept that this will mean inconsistency in performances and results. The football Club supporter Supports his club through thick and thin(mostly thin) knowing no one has a divide right to expect to be successful. Apart from Liverpool , Everton and Arsenal I have seen all the top clubs Relegated from the Top division while I've supported City. I am not a happy clapper, I am a season ticket holder as are three of my son's. The football on offer at the moment may not be as good as previous,recent, season's,but it's a lot better than some of the dross we've seen lower down the leagues. If you are a follower, fair weather fan then it would be easy for you to suggest people should stay away, but if you are a Supporter,then you know you can't. I am a City Supporter. CTID
  6. It do'esnt sound like arrogance to me. Most don't feel confident about the replay. As for trying to buy tickets ? The requests seem to be coming from Plastic Liverpool friends.
  7. fatchers

    Jack Grealish

    Talented player that Grealish is, he is a Diver. His constant theatrics and going to ground as soon as anyone even farts in his direction and constant complaining to the officials really do earn him the title of, Scumbag, in my opinion.
  8. Hope to be able to get in..
  9. Homegrown is a very loose title. Born in London or Wales or some other far flung place and put into the youth system do'esnt make them mancunian. Man U always had a rep for enticing some of the best youngsters away from their parent clubs by waving the check book. Now there is more money sloshing around in the top division it has become more of a level playing field.
  10. I hope for a big improvement on Tuesdays performance although I'd settle for a win of any kind at the moment. Then, hopefuly meet up with the Podcast guys from OSIB for a couple of pints after to chew over the game.
  11. I'm bored with the whole international break thing. Fed right up with the over pampered prima Donna's interrupting the domestic football calendar. As for the sterling v gomas tiff, mark Lawrensen got it right when he said "they should be told to change their nappies and grow some". Now can we get back to the real football .? coyr
  12. I see the Bears had 26,399 for the game against Bath. So the two best supported teams in Bristol play at Ashton Gate. Didn't the egg chasers average 16,000 last season ? If the women's team continue to improve on their attendances that would make the Chernobyl residents Bristol 4th team.
  13. The name Prince go'es by now is Deceased
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