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  1. Leave at the final whistle and you should be fine
  2. Same, not the worst feeling in the world!
  3. Absolute gentleman, had time for everyone and a genuinely funny guy. Sad times RIP
  4. Just realised I get to Miami on Sunday morning in time to watch City. Anyone know where it might be screened or how I can watch it without stumping up for City player?
  5. Pretty sure he used to play for Derby, who’d have thought?
  6. Watched the Forest game in US at the start of the season and it came with full commentary and I think Bailey Wright doing the pundit stuff. Felt like a tenner well spent.
  7. Sad times but so well supported. I didn’t know the guy personally but saw him so many times at away games and was touched by his humility and positivity. RIP fellow red look down and smile.
  8. Sure it was Ipswich, bitter as hell an short of the win pithing enjoyable about the experience
  9. Exactly but this is becoming the norm. Feel the game is dying
  10. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. If you do not agree then I accept that but each to their own and move on
  11. Not a lot but it was analogy to the fact that people used to go down because they were injured rather than not injured. Not a lot but it was analogy to the fact that people used to go down because they were injured rather than not injured.
  12. Without doubt, the cheating is killing the game. Today for the first time in 45 years of watching City I feel why f£&king bother
  13. Don’t get me wrong we were poor and probably deserved to lose to a team that were also poor, we generally do down here to to PNE. When did blatant cheating and feigning injury become acceptable and fully endorsed by the refs? How can they happily carry on an attack with a guy so clearly injured he cannot stand and call for support only for them to miss a shot and the ref to stop it? Sadly on the 100 year anniversary of the Great and most brutal of all wars feigning injury is now approved and fully endorsed? Sad times
  14. Still not sold out but it was reported on the news that tickets bought through Stubhub would be declined
  15. So is Villa on the Friday available? Only ask as I am in London for the weekend.
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