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miloemily

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  1. I have just read an article on Massengo in the daily mail by the secret scout. Got me thinking as it is positive that someone might take a gamble and buy him in January and loan back to  is for the rest of the season. If this was the case what would be an acceptable transfer fee? 15m? More?


  2. 20 minutes ago, Up The City! said:

    I get why people enjoy them, but enjoyment shouldn't be at the expense of someones health, it is ******* selfish and irresponsible. 

    There should be an awareness campaign launched about the dangers of these things.

    We need to come down real hard on these people, didnt we already recieve a final warning or something about our fans using them?

    Is this really the case. In other countries do people not have health problems??????

    snowflake land we live in now. 
     

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  3. I feel a win tomorrow would give us a strong indication of the season ahead with the international break upon us. In seasons gone we have failed when a win would really put us in a strong position.

    I’m actually really looking forward to the game and can see another good performance and 3 points.

    A young hungry team showing no fear and with Afobe getting better every game we are hopefully going places. Considering our injury problems so far this season LJ doing a very good job.

    COME ON YOU REDS.

     

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  4. 4 minutes ago, Lucan said:

    That’s wonderful news.

    Based on what I have seen of him prior to this season, so far this season, and what I have read in articles I don’t think he is that good.

    if he turns out to be super, then feel free to come back and quote me. I’ll gladly eat that humble pie.

    what I wont do is erase all knowledge of him and pretend I think he is a top keeper just because he happens to have signed for city. That defies logic and I won’t do it. If that means upsetting a few forum denizens then I’ll just have to live with the guilt...

    Sometimes in life you meet people who you cannot please. I think with respect you are one of these people.


  5. Close to home for me, 25 minutes away from North Yorkshire. They are in a right mess at the moment, locals are pissed off with Pulis and the football on show is dire. Lots of folk I know are boycotting the club until Pulis  is sacked. Safe journey to all those making the long trip. Let’s hope for 3 points 👍

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  6. 2 hours ago, havanatopia said:

    Interesting Ivor. 

    The overriding thing of the entire Brexit process and not just for me is that the EU and particularly that ponsy Polish Nurd and the irritating Barnier, who both seem to want to criticise everything to do with the UK just for the sake of it, is that the EU has filibustered everything; they are petrified of losing the 2nd largest contributor to the EU budget and that if they don't throw spanners in the works at every hurdle other countries will get the same idea as us and jump ship. 

    The sad epitaph of Brexit will be decades long soured relations with Europe because of the corrupt pig headed pricks in Brussels. If you are smart enough to see through the incessant media bashing of the idea of leaving the EU, whether you are for in or for out I hasten to add, I see a hardening Brexit or Remain vote but infinitely more the former; most remainers i speak to want democracy to prevail. I despise someone like Blair or Major coming on in their higher than mighty bullshit and asking for a totally undemocratic second referendum; they truly have taken the anti Brexit media onslaught and the filibustering into their heart and mind as gospel and reacted accordingly.  Truly epic anti democratic errors of judgement. 

    Sadly May has backed herself into a straight jacket thanks to the catastrophic election balls up and it is now costing both her and the nation because she has not the steel to see it through... or has she; i must see through the mist of the media and be patient!

    Lee is very confident with that line up then. 

    Couldn’t agree more. Very well put.

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