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Anyway exciting end to the season, a huge comeback and definitely deserved - as they say the table doesn’t lie over the course of the season.

And at least we’ll stop hearing people moan about the money being spent in football now, as clearly it doesn’t matter to a lot of people who are happy to see City win. Perhaps it’ll be Newcastle next season that OTIB rallies behind 🤣

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3 minutes ago, MarcusX said:

Anyway exciting end to the season, a huge comeback and definitely deserved - as they say the table doesn’t lie over the course of the season.

And at least we’ll stop hearing people moan about the money being spent in football now, as clearly it doesn’t matter to a lot of people who are happy to see City win. Perhaps it’ll be Newcastle next season that OTIB rallies behind 🤣

My conclusion is that the Manchester derby is no longer a rivalry, seeing as they all just support Man City now. I could never want to see Rovers do well

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30 minutes ago, cidercity1987 said:

Wonder if Liverpool would have won if Man City continued losing, they were pathetic when the pressure was on

Yeah it’s a fair point. If both wolves and villa had better finishers up front could have easily been 0-3 in both matches.  Liverpool look very tired 

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2 minutes ago, 2015 said:

My conclusion is that the Manchester derby is no longer a rivalry, seeing as they all just support Man City now. I could never want to see Rovers do well

That’s a wrong conclusion imo. It’s just a case that Man City winning it is a much lesser of two evils.

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Just now, Numero Uno said:

That’s a wrong conclusion imo. It’s just a case that Man City winning it is a much lesser of two evils.

To me it shows it's a crap rivalry. Same can be said for Merseyside derby. 

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3 minutes ago, Fordy62 said:

But no one, no one at all could beat them. 
 

PS fewer!

Agree that going a whole season is a massive achievement and requires players to be at it every single game. The fact they didn’t obliterate absolute shite like Norwich, Burnley, Leeds and Southampton in a three tier league with a head start of billions on their budget is immaterial. Most people from that era understand that Arsenal were always relatively low budget compared to their closest rivals (which has finally caught up with them).

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4 minutes ago, Numero Uno said:

That’s a wrong conclusion imo. It’s just a case that Man City winning it is a much lesser of two evils.

I’m sure Man City and Man Utd fans (the proper ones that is not the Bristolian TV Branch) long for the days when their rivalry matches Bristol’s…………..

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16 minutes ago, MarcusX said:

Hardly positive, they’ve wrecked their own goal ffs. Bunch of idiots who were dead silent until they started scoring.

Also Gerrard has said his keeper was assaulted.

Don't think anyone is too bothered about the goal tbh.

If their keeper was assaulted then it's a real shame they've tarnished their big day, hope he's ok.

I genuinely thought i was seeing something different to recent events.

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7 minutes ago, Numero Uno said:

Agree that going a whole season is a massive achievement and requires players to be at it every single game. The fact they didn’t obliterate absolute shite like Norwich, Burnley, Leeds and Southampton in a three tier league with a head start of billions on their budget is immaterial. Most people from that era understand that Arsenal were always relatively low budget compared to their closest rivals (which has finally caught up with them).

Going out CL so early helped Arsenal that season.

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11 minutes ago, Gazred said:

Don't think anyone is too bothered about the goal tbh.

If their keeper was assaulted then it's a real shame they've tarnished their big day, hope he's ok.

I genuinely thought i was seeing something different to recent events.

I wouldn’t call vandalism a positive, but there you go

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5 minutes ago, Numero Uno said:

Helped maybe but you don’t think that going unbeaten all season is difficult and a massive achievement whatever? How many times has it been done?

Def a great achievement. Same as City getting 100 points.

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12 minutes ago, MarcusX said:

I wouldn’t call vandalism a positive, but there you go

I hadn't seen it or it hadn't happened yet when i first posted.

It was simple post about the attitude/atmosphere of the pitch invasion in contrast to recent ones as i saw it at the time.

If anything I've gone early but i will say that whilst it's clearly not the right thing to do, it wasn't wanton vandalism that took the goal down.

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15 minutes ago, Gazred said:

I hadn't seen it or it hadn't happened yet when i first posted.

It was simple post about the attitude/atmosphere of the pitch invasion in contrast to recent ones as i saw it at the time.

If anything I've gone early but i will say that whilst it's clearly not the right thing to do, it wasn't wanton vandalism that took the goal down.

Tbf it looked less aggressive than the others. I think winning the league and doing so like that is worthy of a celebration just a shame a few idiots have to misbehave

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Just now, MarcusX said:

Tbf it looked less aggressive than the others. I think winning the league and doing so like that is worthy of a celebration just a shame a few idiots have to misbehave

Totally agree. Always a minority.

I hate negative press about the sport i love,. I don't know what's got into people lately, it's pathetic behaviour, just enjoy the moment.

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33 minutes ago, Gazred said:

I hadn't seen it or it hadn't happened yet when i first posted.

It was simple post about the attitude/atmosphere of the pitch invasion in contrast to recent ones as i saw it at the time.

If anything I've gone early but i will say that whilst it's clearly not the right thing to do, it wasn't wanton vandalism that took the goal down.

But they attacked the Villa keeper 

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12 minutes ago, RedorDead BCFC said:

But they attacked the Villa keeper 

As quoted, that was made aware after the post. Nobody is defending that behaviour.

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