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|This is a library!!|
at 22:00 14 Jan 2019
The Etihad is more like a morgue...fantastic football played by an ensemble of amazing players, yet the stadium is soulless and devoid of any atmosphere.
Sorry state of affairs.
|probably a result that still keeps Hughes in a job|
at 17:05 24 Nov 2018
Some decent play and a sense of purpose from the whistle.......but our defence is also Hughes's defence .
A change is definitely required and Hughes and Hoedt are at the top of that list...both completely out of their depth.
|At least we can look forward to a proper Derby.|
at 08:14 28 Oct 2018
I've seen enough to know that without massive change in the next 12 weeks, we will be travelling down the M27 next season for what will probably be a humiliation.
This club has completely lost focus of what we all want to see.....a decent game of FOOTBALL.....They can stick the ENHANCED match day experience into the fabled black box.
I see nothing to suggest a drop into the championship with the current ensemble of wage robbers (in every department ) is going to echo the return of competitive action.
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different outcome....that could also be the definition of SFC.
at 16:04 7 Oct 2018
Why would anyone put 100% effort into their job when the management above you are incompetent and deluded?
How as a player could you set out with a minimum requirement to keep the loss at a minimum?
Unfortunately we've become a feeble shadow of a club that just a few short years ago inspired virtually every team in the English football league?
Poor management at every level is killing our on field endeavour.
The club is suffering from mass incompetence and is slowly but surely heading towards the inevitable drop.
And for some to say we've never had it so good and the fans are dragging the club down .... is pathetic.
I expect the players would be made up with someone coming in and spreading some much missing POSITIVITY!!! AS would the supporters.
Negativity is eroding everything Markus built, and it's extremely sad to see.
[Post edited 7 Oct 2018 16:26]
at 15:24 12 Aug 2018
The final 35 minutes were probably The best we've played in quite some time, the substitutions and formation change transformed us.
Very unlucky to not see all 3 points.
|Stay out of the rain|
at 07:15 29 Jul 2018
I'm surprised the media haven't told us to barricade ourselves indoors for 48hrs, or until this blustery weather abates.
at 16:49 15 Jul 2018
Looks like a failed children's entertainer placed on the sex offenders register.
at 15:58 15 Jul 2018
The Bug-eyed cheating Croatian coooonts get hammered, and the referee doesn't stand for any of their bullying tactics.
And most importantly, Lovren is the architect of their failure this afternoon.
[Post edited 15 Jul 2018 15:59]
|Any other player than Ronaldo!!|
at 21:10 25 Jun 2018
Would have been red carded .
And as for the Cedric ...penalty!!!
Two ridiculous decisions completely unacceptable with the advantage of VAR.
|Never mind the ban|
at 07:19 20 Jun 2018
I see the corrupt president has invited the banned and hideously corrupt Blatter to the finals, blatantly ignoring his 6yr ban from all football.
Pair of absolute tossers.
|V A R|
at 12:16 16 Jun 2018
What's the point when they get it blatantly wrong.
The Aussies must be fuming.
at 07:37 14 Jun 2018
Having been gifted one of the easiest starts in living memory last season, is this year's going to be the complete opposite?
at 09:20 10 Jun 2018
Were you reponsible for the seismic activity in the NORTH this morning?
|Just for you ITYS|
at 19:04 8 Jun 2018
Why are we 'embarrassed' to fly the Cross of St George but the vile ISIS flag is FINE?
St George flag
Authorities have regularly banned the St George cross yet ISIS flag is fine
SHOCKED politicians are demanding to know why police chiefs and Boris Johnson are not keen on stopping the flying of vile Islamic State (ISIS) flags on Britain's streets.
By ROB VIRTUE
PUBLISHED: 03:00, Fri, Jul 10, 2015
UPDATED: 08:02, Fri, Jul 10, 2015
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The feeble reaction by the authorities came amid shocking scenes outside the Houses of Parliament earlier last weekend when officers decided to take no action against a man and a little girl waving the jihadi symbol.
Metropolitan Police chief Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe described the act as "not necessarily the worst thing in the world" while London mayor Mr Johnson today backed him saying "we live in a free country".
But critics have compared the evil jihadi symbol to the Nazi swastika and are gobsmacked no action will be taken over those brazenly supporting the hated terrorist organisation.
Paul Nuttall, deputy leader of the UK Independence Party (Ukip), said: "If someone was walking around waving a swastika what would happen?
"The ISIS flag is just as bad and people should be arrested for waving it."
Mr Nuttall, also MEP for the North West, said the decision not to prosecute was even more bewildering when you compare British authority's actions towards the England's St George's flag.
|A day of high drama?|
at 08:35 13 May 2018
I'm in two minds, I really can't see anything dramatic happening regards the possibility of the greatest goal swing on a final day.
I'd be more than happy with a Pellegrino-esque 1 point haul this afternoon.
But in all honesty the home support deserves to see the team take a top six scalp for the first time in what seems years!!! And if Hughes has ambitions of taking over full time, that would be an important box ticked.
|Oh what a beautiful day|
at 06:56 8 May 2018
Sunshining ,birds chirping and saints winning.
Have a wonderful day chaps.
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