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  1. And was paid ******* handsomely for it and will be getting a whopping compensation pay out. ‘Gave everything’ haha. **** sake.
  2. bris red

    Weimann

    I’d be inclined to keep him as a squad player too. As you have said when played as a traditional CF he can be a threat.
  3. He’s not been up to it for a while now. Time for him to move on. A club like Sunderland would be a great move for him and i think that is his level personally - top end of League 1.
  4. You’d hope the board have learnt from their past mistakes and won’t go down this road again.
  5. As a person of colour myself it would be nice to see a BAME manager in charge of city, personally don’t care who i offend in saying that i am just speaking from the heart on the matter. Im sure i speak on behalf of all other City fan’s of colour aswell.. It would be a good boundary to break for the club IMO.
  6. Indeed. The financial gap between the leagues is eye watering. You only have to look at the amount of money we have chucked about, £8 mill on one centre half for example and where has it gotten us.. mid-table!
  7. Aston Villa, becoming yet another yo-yo midlands club.
  8. Spot on mate. Anyone would think the Lansdown family or Mark Ashton have previous of getting a club into the Premier league - if they did i’d be a bit more inclined to trust their judgement, but they haven’t. Ive said it before on a previous thread, lets for once put our faith into a man who HAS been there and done it and done it with a club that is so similar to ours in Brighton.
  9. Totally agree. We have so much deadwood in this squad and potential wages to free up. I hope and pray the board are doing everything they can behind the scenes to get in CH. Can’t ever remember wanting a manager to come to City this much to be honest - it really feels like the perfect fit at the right time.
  10. Indeed. Football will be taking a hit across the board. Its interesting over on the Brighton forum that many of them think BCFC would be the perfect job for CH. One of there fans think Hughton has been waiting on this elusive Premier league job that may never materialise for him.. maybe its his expectations that may have to lower a touch and realise that this actually is a very good opportunity.
  11. Im sure they are good guy’s but i really hope him and JMc follow Johnson out the door sooner rather than later.. all a part of the problem and all need to be shown the exit.
  12. Hahah class. Some of the replies are even better!!
  13. Agreed. Lets worry about boring football in the top flight - when we actually get there! Its been over a generation since we played top flight football and if CH can get us there even for one season he will have done more than every single city manager in my lifetime ever has..
  14. It would be a shocking appointment.
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