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  1. I would certainly take one for the team if it stopped the appointment happening. And I sincerely mean that
  2. Jokanovic would be my choice from that lot. Mentioned him to a couple of mates earlier, but he'd want a shit load to spend. Hughton would turn us around, I'm sure. Not keen on Robins, not done it at this level. Uninspired by Cook or Ainsworth Lee Bowyer might be one to keep an eye on If it's Pulis I wouldn't spend a single penny whilst he was in charge. I wouldn't piss up his arse if his shit was on fire
  3. Can I congratulate you on using this massively underused, and fabulous statement Wonderful
  4. Ha, me too One of my most enjoyable times in recent years
  5. Good luck mate, always good to see another City podcast out there Any plans to get it onto Pocketcasts? That's the app I use
  6. Yeah, all valid points. I'm just desperate for the man to achieve something wonderful here. He loves our club, and that makes me love him The hanging out of players and comments about trust aren't something I enjoy. There's a lot of GJ about him, obviously, but there does seem to be a similar path being treaded with some of the comments. I hope this ends differently, for all concerned
  7. Just to be clear on this, my enthusiasm for City is beyond question, I may have worded it badly. It's just football in general that I find stale and boring. As I said the comments from an ever growing majority of fans about the style of football makes me not want to listen, but I'll be glued to twitter to see all the comments coming through. For the couple of games I get to see in a season I guess it makes it more exciting for me. I was at the Barnsley game, I loved it - the reaction on here was one of doom and gloom. If I'd sat through a dozen performances like that already this season I woul
  8. Brownhill obviously put in a good word
  9. More than a small number hated LJ from the start from his time as a player, I seem to remember a huge number of dissenting voices on here from day 1 of his appointment Coppell was a pretty much unanimously popular appointment. One of the few, I expect. I wouldn't say SCs appointment felt any different to LJs, both felt a little uninspiring for me As for why I've always been a fan - because he's the man in charge of my football club. I saw a young man with different ideas, a different approach and a genuine love for the club. Why would I not be a fan? Nothing about his previous experi
  10. Yeah - there comes a time where a new voice is needed, as happened with GJ. I think we're very close to the end game here I was always working under the impression that another year of stability, improvement in terms of league position etc etc would lead me to want to keep LJ and continue rather than rip it up, purge the squad and start again. The big question here is just how much of an impact Covid will make to football. Maybe now is the time to sweep clean, plenty of clubs out there in a far worse position than us - could work to our advantage
  11. Improvement in league postion year on year is hardly 'mediocrity' Buccaneering football in the Championship is a lot harder than League 1 I still say that when they put 4 into us at the Gate the year they got promoted was one of the best performances I've seen at the Gate in a long, long time Rugby is a completely different game to football. I've seen Gloucester throw it around many times, and it's wonderful. When it goes wrong and you get a proper dry humping then it's awful. Would you rather we lost every game 0-3 giving it a go? I've always been a fan of LJ, I obvious
  12. You are right about the Charlton game, Tom! Millwall in 2000, I listened on the radio as we'd gone away for the weekend. One of those where you think a microphone has blown at the ground, incredible noise Pompey was a crazy day, on and off the pitch!
  13. I remember 5 as well My standard answer for a question like this, Charlton at home in the FA cup the year west beaten Liverpool. Lost the game but the atmosphere was just incredible. The place just felt nasty that afternoon And the Forest League cup semi What could have been on both
  14. Oh my. Yes please. Although I have a real problem with the odd shapes and squiggles going through shirts. At least the line here is Hummel and not some random drawing by a kid, like some of the shirts on here. Just leave it plain, ffs Saw the Motherwell away shirt on facebook last night, that is a belter. The Juve shirt is a monstrosity
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