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  1. Re: I知 embarrassed by the attitude of City fans on here

    I agree op. Its not an inspiring or exciting appointment but was it ever likely to be?

    I'm sure most will get behind the new Neil but some of the comments on here are a little embarrassing. Bar...
  2. Re: I知 embarrassed by the attitude of City fans on here

    To be honest I'd take some of what Wigan fans got to witness over the last 10 years or so.
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    Re: If It Was Neil Harris Coming In..

    I'm sure I remember tan having a meeting with Mourinho a few years back. Make it happen Vincent ;) although I'm sure a few on here would consider him a dinosaur
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    Re: Is Sludge a closet tractor boy?

    Nice to hear a non fan know quite a bit about us.
  5. Re: What Millwall fans are saying about Neil Harris.

    As much as he would be an uninspiring choice I think the negativity surrounding the potential appointment is a little OTT and of course very premature.

    He did do a good job at Millwall, I fail to...
  6. Thread: Sir Neil

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    Re: Sir Neil

    Agreed. As a club I've never felt we look after ex players or managers very well and that filters down to the fans. Guy said he'd leave if things weren't going well, he has left. He did save us and...
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    Re: Do bookies get it wrong.....?

    Like the player transfer markets its all based on rumour in the main. You probably only need a couple of the higher profile social media accounts to get on it and the odds will shorten.
  8. Thread: Help.....

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    Re: Help.....

    Brave browser on android (probably on apple also) does the trick for me.
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    Re: Do bookies get it wrong.....?

    I remember when the rumour had shay given as so far odds on even he was convinced he was coming.
  10. Re: The more you hear the more you think the board don't have a clue

    Sure it's more tongue in cheek, emphasising the attacking style they are looking for. It's a bit like reading match reviews on this forum, whether we were as fantastic or awful as suggested, the...
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    Re: Good Article on Bowyer

    I agree, I think with these things it's important to separate things like supporting a club and whether you would want to be mates with someone.

    There are people who have done bad things that are...
  12. Thread: Nathan Jones?

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    Re: Nathan Jones?

    Him failing isn't a problem for me, only by failing enough do you end up succeeding.

    But it may be too soon. That Stoke job must have taken something out of him, probably needs a break.
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    Re: Next Manager Odds

    Needs to be someone the majority of fans can see has a vision and potential. Otherwise similar to slade he will never really win them over and the pressure will be on from the start.
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    Re: Next Manager Odds

    Jokanovic is managing in Qatar, Vincent's pockets probably wouldn't be deep enough to tempt him
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    Re: NEW MANAGER to be named within 72 hours

    I'd be surprised if its anyone on that sky bet list, particularly if Vincent is more involved. It could literally be anyone.

    Harris would be a strange one, not done a bad job at Wall but my...
  16. Thread: Bobby Reid

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    Re: Bobby Reid

    Scraping the barrel trying to remember really, but I'd probably go Brighton home win, thought we played well and last minute winner, Leicester away 1 nil, late winner. And probably Brighton away as I...
  17. Thread: Bobby Reid

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    Re: Bobby Reid

    Maybe. I'm assuming Warnock had the same thoughts each week and decided the answer was no. Hasn't scored yet this season either in a team that plays a beautiful style to suit his obvious skill.
  18. Thread: Bobby Reid

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    Re: Bobby Reid

    1) Was our big money buy along with Murphy yet started 16 times. By squad I meant starting line up, my bad I guess but you probably worked that one out.

    2) Didn't want to be here and pushed for a...
  19. Thread: Thank you Neil

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    Re: Thank you Neil

    Cheers Neil, inspired some passion and togetherness into a broken and negative club. What a terrific turnaround in fortunes since that Bamba winner against Bristol City. A great journey, never a dull...
  20. Thread: Bobby Reid

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    Re: Bobby Reid

    He manufactured a move to Fulham, his dream club since he was like 5. You're right though, even if he stayed I doubt he would have done enough.
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    Re: Next Manager Odds

    Bowyer probably the only interesting one from that lot. Could say Bellamy but I don't see it happening.

    Some of the names on there would have people begging for Warnock.
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    Re: OSIAN ROBERTS ???

    Paul Trollope flashbacks. Wanted to play the Welsh way, brings in Welsh players. Fans don't like the losing very much even if you have 11 players born in Canton.
  23. Thread: Bobby Reid

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    Re: Bobby Reid

    If he was good enough he would have forced his way into the squad last season more than he managed. If he was committed enough he would have made himself one of the 1st names on the team sheet this...
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    Re: NEIL WARNOCK全 REIGN IS OVER.

    All the best Neil, thanks for the promotion season and saving us the season before.

    I dread to think who we get next.
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    Re: Would relegation be the end of the world?

    Never the end of the world but I don't think it should be some weird version of the Burnley model.

    Not happening anyway, comfortably mid table will be our minimum and probably maximum.
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