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5 minutes ago, FellowBlue said:

Fullham are playing well against the perennial victims right now. Come on Fulham, If I had to shoes between Fulham and Brighton going down, I think I’d go for Brighton. Then again, I’d prefer Burnley and their inbred fans to go down, but don’t see it happening. I feel that Newcastle are just too big a club and belong in the Prem.

Two shoes? :)

 

Got a lot of fondness for your club, many friends who support them, but let's not pretend both your and my club don't have their fair share of self-pitying victims.

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Have to say if Parker was our Coach,  he would teach Madders a lot about fashion. His jacket today is very smart. Checking Fox and Crop now.

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Even with injuries, what is happening at Liverpool is astonishing. Klopp showing himself unable to adapt if things don't go his way. One thing having a natural drop off but to this?

 

 

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1 minute ago, HighPeakFox said:

Two shoes? :)

 

Got a lot of fondness for your club, many friends who support them, but let's not pretend both your and my club don't have their fair share of self-pitying victims.

Yeah, don’t disagree with you there. Many of us long time Man City fans try to remain objective and don’t forget who we are and where we came from. Obviously times are good right now, but we often look back at the “fun times” when we were up and down the divisions.  Then there is always the “typical City”  tag that was always with us. Even today on our forum, with our amazing form, some folks are not confident of a win, but that’s why we watch the beautiful game. 

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Just now, FellowBlue said:

Yeah, don’t disagree with you there. Many of us long time Man City fans try to remain objective and don’t forget who we are and where we came from. Obviously times are good right now, but we often look back at the “fun times” when we were up and down the divisions.  Then there is always the “typical City”  tag that was always with us. Even today on our forum, with our amazing form, some folks are not confident of a win, but that’s why we watch the beautiful game. 

I know one bitter blue who is very noisy whenever the ECL draw is made and it's not easy for you, yet mysteriously quiet about conspiracies when it's more favourable.

 

Did you see our match thread yesterday?

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Klopp doesn't seem to be able to galvanise the reserves and youngsters at the moment. Rodgers, to his credit, has coaxed more than expected out of Fuchs, Albrighton, Amartey etc.

 

There's no way, even with the changes, that Fulham should go to Anfield and dictate the game to this extent.

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2 minutes ago, FellowBlue said:

Yeah, don’t disagree with you there. Many of us long time Man City fans try to remain objective and don’t forget who we are and where we came from. Obviously times are good right now, but we often look back at the “fun times” when we were up and down the divisions.  Then there is always the “typical City”  tag that was always with us. Even today on our forum, with our amazing form, some folks are not confident of a win, but that’s why we watch the beautiful game. 

That's what I admire about Man City fans, we've tasted a bit of success and the entitlement of some of our fan base is an absolute disgrace. 

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