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Nogbad the Bad

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  • Birthday May 21

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    BS3. The annual deed has belatedly been done. Back in my seat for 2019/20.
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    Lounging by a roaring fire in traditional Real Ale pubs. Striding coastal paths. Almost falling off ladders. Growing Runner Beans. Hedgerow management. Keeping unruly former teenagers in check. Raging against Political Correctness. Fuming Brexiteer.

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  1. They can run all day - very useful - but not much creativity from CO'D and Brownhill. Hopefully Nagy comes back firing on most of his cylinders.
  2. Hopefully Baker doesn't have another one of his mysterious 'sit down - sub me' days that he's had at Cardiff before. We're going to need a full team of fully focused 90 minute battlers out there today.
  3. A very familiar face and well known to the fans as a long term City fanatic. Very knowledgeable about the club and friendly and approachable if my rare trips on Cats are anything to go by - he always seems to be the steward even if there's a 10 year gap between trips! Not sure this appointment could be bettered tbh.
  4. No need to be polite at Cardiff V City imo., so no need to clap before the game. Brief applause perhaps if they make a point of clapping the City fans but really just concentrate on getting behind our players. Don't remember the Ailing clapping during the game (remember his clapping of the Dolman was returned when he was setting up for 2nd half ko) but at least he actually earnt some affection imo, unlike Cunningham. In general no quarter asked or given during the game imo., and a bit of applause for Flint and Pack at the end - providing they haven't behaved like bellend Cunningham of course, which I really can't see tbh.
  5. Don't think so Phants. Some really vile stuff directed to him by Swindon fans on social media over a long period after he left there - I remember some was flagged up on here and it was as nasty as it gets. So ill feeling on both sides culminating in their chanting at that game, and Flint's memorable response to a really stupid question during the interview when he could still hear abuse from Swindon fans in the background. Completely different to the relationship forged with the fans here over a much longer period, and with no ill feeling at his departure. I can't imagine why any City fan would go to the game intending to give him stick after his time with us - little chance it would put him off. Still, some never liked or rated him from day 1, never changed their minds, and would be more than happy with the opportunity to give him some stick I suppose.
  6. He wasn't warmly welcomed back by me - always thought he was a bit of a d***. Flint is completely different though, mutual respect between him and City fans forged over many seasons, and I can't see he'd ever behave like Cunningham. Pack I assume would be the same, although not tested in the heat of battle yet as Flint has been playing against us for Boro'. The reaction of both City fans, and Flint, at the end of the AG game said it all imo.
  7. Flint was a superbly consistent player who gave everything for City over a number of years and no doubt will look back on his time at City as the most enjoyable and memorable of his career. Of course he 'won't give a hoot' about City on Sunday - nor should he, he's a professional and he'll be putting any residual feelings about BCFC aside and giving his all for his current team. We needn't give a hoot about him either - so no reason he should either be booed or get applause from City fans before the game. Flint and Pack should simply be ignored on Sunday imo. - as time passes they will both be remembered and appreciated as City players who gave the fans some great memories, and both will no doubt be returning to AG for celebratory dinners with the fans in the years to come, along with the other triumphant players of the period, to remember the 'double' winning season and the Cup run. Tomlin is another matter altogether though.
  8. In general I think we get quite enough 'Lee-Speaking.'
  9. McGregor is his middle name? So you're saying it's Gregor McGregor McGregor, and he uses the prefix 'General' when he's booking up First Class or being introduced to Steve Lansdown? More or less what I'd suspected really.
  10. Yep, changing the subject completely. That bloke who writes about City for the EP. Any idea of his middle name?
  11. Getting complicated - perhaps George Graham would have the answer? He knows his Arsenal, the Scottish half brother of both Charlie George and his elder brother Armstrong iirc.
  12. Could be. Or his brother, Charlie Nicholas.
  13. Oh dear, sounds like he's got nagying doubts.
  14. So is he distantly related to Charlie Adam?
  15. No, I think they must have thought better of it, and decided on Adam!!
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