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How Nervous Are You About Tomorrow's Game?

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5 hours ago, StanSP said:

On a scale of 1 to shitting yourself, how many times have you had to change your underwear? 

 

5 hours ago, Strokes said:

Not at all, I’m looking forward to it.

Fine now but by 6.30 and as the game drags on will be a different story unless we're cruising.

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FA cup semi final day wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

Left england 51 years ago....Never seen my football club in a FA Cup semi final

Cmonnnnnnnnnnnnnnn YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  BLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

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3 hours ago, Dr The Singh said:

As always I'm sitting myself

I know Singhy, the last time I sat myself, I thought I had frated but oh so wong

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I'm very happy we are there. We had better win or 2015/16 will fade a little bit further. Same goes for Champions League qualification.

[I was almost jealous of my Norwich fan friend today - I remember the innocent joy of promotion.]

Now I feel like I am demanding an FA cup final AND and CL qualification - it's insane. I'm not saying I don't enjoy it, but it feels a bit odd when I think about it.

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2 hours ago, Jattdogg said:

 Covid restrictions here in Ontario  prevent it. You should know better.

Well I live alone at the moment, so I'm permitted to go at it outside with one exclusive family, so sayeth the lord and master Ford.

 

Fancy a BBQ? :ph34r:

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Extremely nervous - Have taken tomorrow off work in anticipation of a huge euphoria overload or being in a pit of despair

 

If it goes to penalties I'm unlikely to be able to cope. 

 

A performance similar to the quarter final will be enough to win comfortably though. 

 

Southampton 1 Leicester 3 

 

COYB

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I'm not nervous about the game, I'm excited to be able to enjoy an FA Cup Semi-Final because of the progress the club has made. 

 

Said in tenuous analogy form.

Today is like being a contestant on Bullseye.

Next Thursday is like going back to my day job. 

 

"I work in a Juice factory Jim"

"Oh yeah, is it hard to concentrate there?"

 

:wasyl:

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Wasn't nervous until this morning.

 

Thinks it's more to do with excitement than nerves, and the realisation that if this semi final was 2 years earlier then thousands of us would be be getting ready to make the journey down there. 

 

Looking forward to it anyhow, but I've got a feeling today will drag on a bit

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Before 2015-16, my sole ambition was for City to win the FA Cup just once before I turn me toes up. The PL was not even in my thoughts because the big six had that sewn up between them, didn’t they? Well, apart from Spurs, but you get the idea.

 

Winning the PL changed everything as far as we’re concerned and I’m pretty relaxed about today’s semifinal. Of course, I’ll be a bit on edge once the game kicks off, like I was for the quarter-final game against Man U. But as with that game, as long as we play to our strengths, it will be really enjoyable.

 

3-1 again and a second-half cruise, with goals by Vards, Nacho and Sharky (because he’s due one),

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12 hours ago, StanSP said:

On a scale of 1 to shitting yourself, how many times have you had to change your underwear? 

 

 

3 hours ago, Col city fan said:

Ffs...how old are you?

Just enjoy it 

Interesting that an FA Cup semi has led to an announcement on a public forum that changing underwear is enjoyable.

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Are you sure we are playing today?  I can't find anything about our game on the BBC sports pages.  Yesterday, there was loads a out the day's FA Cup semi-final.

 

Personally, I am irrationally nervous about this game.   I am looking forward to it a with an I eternal battle between anticipation  and trepidation.

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Now that we know Chelsea await and not Man City I'm so much more nervous.

 

Losing now to Southampton, especially in a limp display, would be so much more gutting knowing we can hold our own against Chelsea.

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We won the league. So even if we win this it could never be our greatest moment ever (which an FA Cup win probably would be had we not won the league). So it's just exciting. Can we take this chance? I hope we do it for the Boss.

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