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  1. Yes, limited in areas. His running has always caused problems though and again, we’ve never had an alternative.
  2. Marty Taylor is not Dwight Gayle in his pomp and able to fire a championship club to promotion, agreed. However I really am struggling to understand this narrative that has slowly developed that he wasn’t very good. Looking back I’m struggling to think of any performances where he came on and was poor (I’m sure some will tell me) in the main I remember him as a decent squad striker who more often than not had a positive impact and chipped in with a couple of goals. Afobe, Reid and Fam (in his own way) are better, after that........ His stats probably aren’t good enough.
  3. Damn, who can we offload to help off set this?
  4. True, but having coached 6 and 7 year olds, it’s amazing how natural it is to some.
  5. Yep, there comes a point where the thing itself has to be enjoyable and make you smile,
  6. Lazy? At times. Frustrating? Sometimes. The last player I can remember who just made me smile and a talent that made you stand up just incase magic happened? Definitely. My kids idolised him and he helped them love city and football. Not like the stat collectors we have become.
  7. The whole experience is certainly different. Part of me thinks do I just have accept that what I fell in love with just doesn’t exist anymore?
  8. Sorry, crossed wires. I was agreeing with you that it’s the club that have created. Hardy the fault of a small group of youngsters as some on here seem to think.
  9. I can only assume this is a sarcastic post? Elvis often starts smell my fingers We are the people also gets sung
  10. Heard it many times. But I’ve had a season ticket in S26 for three years. I wonder why the Lansdown have never sung it? Well said
  11. Exactly. The hierarchy. So much angst toward a group of youngsters singing and doing their own thing. Because when you were young in the 60s, 70s, 80s or 90s you definitely weren’t like that, of course you weren’t. I believe you.
  12. Brilliant I don’t understand the criticism on this thread of the area of the ground I stand in. So much angst toward a group of youngsters singing and doing their own thing. Because when you were young in the 60s, 70s, 80s or 90s you definitely weren’t like that, of course you weren’t. I believe you. When I was in my teens, we used to start songs in whatever part of the ground we happened to be in. Didn’t really matter who joined in and certainly never occurred as a problem, the fact that many didn’t .
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