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  1. Even though they're disliked by a lot of our fans, you can't deny they're a very good club with a bright future. Levy is a very shrewd businessman
  2. Hollyfox

    Good article from Rob Tanner

    Surely if Claude believes that Vardy insulted him on the pitch after the Utd game, he'd be banned from the squad and fined. Making him sub is hardly a punishment and doesn't set an example to younger members of the squad.
  3. Hollyfox

    If only...

    You can't force them to move but when season tickets are renewed, make it clear that if you sit in a certain area of the ground, it will have more singing, flags etc which might/will obscure your view of the game and you might wish to move to another area - offer better seats if need be. My dad, who's now 89 and doesn't go anymore due to the walking to the ground and the cold, had a season ticket along the side of the ground where he had a great view but enjoyed the noise of L1 and the kop. Wether I'm PC or not, the KP needs to do something for the benefit of the team and future generations of city fans.
  4. Hollyfox

    If only...

    πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ And confiscate their phonesπŸ‘
  5. Hollyfox

    If only...

    Yep - I'll give it my all for a decade, get my flask and blanket, and move into a quiet corner and just watch those crazy kidsπŸ˜„πŸ˜„
  6. Hollyfox

    If only...

    Can't you just shuffle along towards the other cornerπŸ˜‚ Just a suggestion πŸ‘
  7. Hollyfox

    If only...

    I agree to a certain extent that city fans go on about filbo being a cauldron of noise - on many occasions, it's wasn't. But the kop under the double decker was decent most games even if the main/carling stand wasn't. Imo this was because the kop was full of younger fans. I moved to the kop from the family stand a couple of years ago and couldn't believe how many elderly people were in the part of the ground that should generate noise. Love them all to bits, they've probably backed the club over many years, but the club should shift them away from the kop, offer them a 50% discount to move next season and free up sk1-3 for fans that want to create a noise and get some flags in. Palace have created an area where fans can do this, fans that don't want it can go elsewhere in the ground and the ground has benefitted as a result overall. Watching the European games over the last couple of nights makes you wish we could generate something a fraction as good as that. I have been to club matches in Europe and they are pretty good as well.
  8. Hollyfox

    If only...

    I agree to a certain extent that city fans go on about filbo being a cauldron of noise - on many occasions, it's wasn't. But the kop under the double decker was decent most games even if the main/carling stand wasn't. Imo this was because the kop was full of younger fans. I moved to the kop from the family stand a couple of years ago and couldn't believe how many elderly people were in the part of the ground that should generate noise. Love them all to bits, they've probably backed the club over many years, but the club should shift them away from the kop, offer them a 50% discount to move next season and free up sk1-3 for fans that want to create a noise and get some flags in. Palace have created an area where fans can do this, fans that don't want it can go elsewhere in the ground and the ground has benefitted as a result overall. Watching the European games over the last couple of nights makes you wish we could generate something a fraction as good as that. I have been to club matches in Europe and they are pretty good as well.
  9. Hollyfox

    If only...

    IMHO United followed by Leeds are the the best away supporters in this country. I really don't know what's happened to us at home, maybe we've gone a bit like Stoke, that used to make the Brittania a fortress. All I know is atmosphere is vital, not just to get the best out of the team, but to create a togetherness amongst fans and make it fun, exciting and to make the younger generation feel part of something worthwhile, that we'll need to sustain our growth as a club. I really started watching City in the 80's really due to travelling and finance, but the thing that got me hooked wasn't the football - god, that was awful. It was the atmosphere in our kop with about 2/3 's less people, the inflatable banana's etc, the big sheet that people used to surf on and the, pretty much, non stop singing. We' d be in the ground singing 1/2 hour before kick off, singing individual songs to our players during their warm up. Many don't make kick off nowadays πŸ˜• Does anyone think that Leeds, the Sheffield 2 or even our East Midlands rivals would have been that terrible on Sunday?
  10. Hollyfox

    Vardy

    And your proof is?
  11. Hollyfox

    Vardy

    Think Vardy was serving his suspension after the wolves red card for the Liverpool game. Anyway Vardy is God and not to play him v a spurs side there for the taking was daft. The big sides fear him, even now. I'm not anti Puel, before anyone startsπŸ˜„ Still on the fence
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    Puel and the travelling fans

    I'd say, if you've only just got a season ticket, you've done extremely well to attend all those aways. πŸ˜„πŸ˜„
  13. Hollyfox

    Gordon Banks RIP

    I can only hope that our club/fosse boys do a classy and proper tribute to him before the Palace game. Get it done Leicester
  14. Hollyfox

    Gordon Banks RIP

    So sad for him and his family. Football has lost one of its all time best
  15. All the same mate. The bottom clubs then were spending a fraction of what the big clubs were spending then and it's not far off that now. Wages probably similar as well.
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