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    Will they discuss it over a Chinese ?

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    Tans spidey senses have just gone into overdrive..

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    Moyes will get the job
    Oldie, loves my footy and the horses I do

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    Re: The next Scotland manager?

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    Tans spidey senses have just gone into overdrive..

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    He's too Moody

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    Re: The next Scotland manager?

    The SFA are clearly on a mission to employ a taller manager.
    there are fascists pretending to be humanitarians like cannibals on a healthkick eating only vegetarians (Roger McGough)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon1959 View Post
    The SFA are clearly on a mission to employ a taller manager.
    Life's a gas and i hope it's gonna last.

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    Bring back Walter Smith

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    Hope itís not Malky.

    Of all the other home nations I prefer the Jocks but i canít stand Malky

    Heís up there with James Corden and Croesy for me.

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    I hope he gets the job and services up the shit football he gave us the son of Russel slade worse football iv seen at the city in years the pair of them brought to the club, I fella out off love with the club watching that shit but still did not miss a home game as I love my club and thank you Nail Warnok for bringing the love for the club back and bringing the club back as one. **** of milky m

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    Thought we played some decent stuff during the 11/12 season under Mackay but he was obviously under pressure to deliver after the rebrand so our "style" took somewhat of a beating to ensure PL football.

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    Hi football was boring as **** the worse iv seen for over 10 years yes he took us up but **** was it boring

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    Quote Originally Posted by nins27 View Post
    Hi football was boring as **** the worse iv seen for over 10 years yes he took us up but **** was it boring
    agreed

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    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Hope itís not Malky.

    Of all the other home nations I prefer the Jocks but i canít stand Malky

    Heís up there with James Corden and Croesy for me.
    Sorry, but for me, I can never forgive or forget that cheating shite Joe Jordan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nins27 View Post
    Hi football was boring as **** the worse iv seen for over 10 years yes he took us up but **** was it boring
    Agreed. Even when we were winning i couldn't wait to get home

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    Surely Moyes has to be the fave?

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    Big Sam will get the job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stan butler View Post
    Agreed. Even when we were winning i couldn't wait to get home
    Yeah, Cardiff 3 Wolves 1, Cardiff 2 Leeds 1, Cardiff 3 Blackpool 0, Cardiff 2 Watford 1, Cardiff 4 Burnley 0, Cardiff 2 Hull 1, Cardiff 2 Palace 1, Cardiff 0 Brighton 2, Cardiff 3 Blackburn 0 and Cardiff 3 Forest 0 were as boring as f*ck weren't they and don't get me started on Blackburn 1 Cardiff 4 or Hull 2 Cardiff 2 - I'm sure home fans went home bored out of their minds after wurzels 4 Cardiff 2, Palace 3 Cardiff 2, Forest 3 Cardiff 1 and Charlton 5 Cardiff 4 in the early weeks of the season as well.

    Yes, some games that season were harder to watch than I would have thought they would have been for a side that were winning the title, but this rewriting of history which says it was always dull that season is nonsense.

    There were plenty of people having a moan on here (myself included), but, from memory, that was about the colours we were wearing - I can only recall one constant critic when it came to boring football on here that season and he tended to get shouted down by others who seemed to be pleased that we were on our way to a promotion that, looking back now, was clearly going to happen from New Year onwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Yeah, Cardiff 3 Wolves 1, Cardiff 2 Leeds 1, Cardiff 3 Blackpool 0, Cardiff 2 Watford 1, Cardiff 4 Burnley 0, Cardiff 2 Hull 1, Cardiff 2 Palace 1, Cardiff 0 Brighton 2, Cardiff 3 Blackburn 0 and Cardiff 3 Forest 0 were as boring as f*ck weren't they and don't get me started on Blackburn 1 Cardiff 4 or Hull 2 Cardiff 2 - I'm sure home fans went home bored out of their minds after wurzels 4 Cardiff 2, Palace 3 Cardiff 2, Forest 3 Cardiff 1 and Charlton 5 Cardiff 4 in the early weeks of the season as well.

    Yes, some games that season were harder to watch than I would have thought they would have been for a side that were winning the title, but this rewriting of history which says it was always dull that season is nonsense.

    There were plenty of people having a moan on here (myself included), but, from memory, that was about the colours we were wearing - I can only recall one constant critic when it came to boring football on here that season and he tended to get shouted down by others who seemed to be pleased that we were on our way to a promotion that, looking back now, was clearly going to happen from New Year onwards.
    Sense at last.

    Went to Blackpool away in Mackay's first season and we drew 1-1.
    I think it's the best I've ever seen us play away though, we completely blew them away and if Kenny Miller knew where the target was that day it would've been about 10-1, the football was fantastic.
    Also a mention of the City 5-3 Barnsley game and Mackay's first home game beating Bristol 3-1, didn't hear many complaints about the football then.

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    Mackay confirmed as interim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    Tans spidey senses have just gone into overdrive..
    Brilliant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Yeah, Cardiff 3 Wolves 1, Cardiff 2 Leeds 1, Cardiff 3 Blackpool 0, Cardiff 2 Watford 1, Cardiff 4 Burnley 0, Cardiff 2 Hull 1, Cardiff 2 Palace 1, Cardiff 0 Brighton 2, Cardiff 3 Blackburn 0 and Cardiff 3 Forest 0 were as boring as f*ck weren't they and don't get me started on Blackburn 1 Cardiff 4 or Hull 2 Cardiff 2 - I'm sure home fans went home bored out of their minds after wurzels 4 Cardiff 2, Palace 3 Cardiff 2, Forest 3 Cardiff 1 and Charlton 5 Cardiff 4 in the early weeks of the season as well.

    Yes, some games that season were harder to watch than I would have thought they would have been for a side that were winning the title, but this rewriting of history which says it was always dull that season is nonsense.

    There were plenty of people having a moan on here (myself included), but, from memory, that was about the colours we were wearing - I can only recall one constant critic when it came to boring football on here that season and he tended to get shouted down by others who seemed to be pleased that we were on our way to a promotion that, looking back now, was clearly going to happen from New Year onwards.
    I didn't say it was always dull? His tactics were boring to watch and a lot of the games i saw we parked the bus.. Not the type of football i prefer to watch but each to their own

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    Quote Originally Posted by stan butler View Post
    I didn't say it was always dull? His tactics were boring to watch and a lot of the games i saw we parked the bus.. Not the type of football i prefer to watch but each to their own
    ^^Agree^^

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    I hope it's Malky, and Moody comes in to controls SFA's finances , that will guarantee Wales being ahead of the small ,ginger beards

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    Quote Originally Posted by stan butler View Post
    I didn't say it was always dull? His tactics were boring to watch and a lot of the games i saw we parked the bus.. Not the type of football i prefer to watch but each to their own
    There were far more dull performances than exciting performances; the balance was the other way with say Jones. I'd rather watch exciting matches and stay down than promote with a squad not good enough.

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    To be fair though, racism, anti-semitism, homophobic and sexist comments were made here so Mackay is running out of material.

    Guess he can take on Strachan's genetics comment and work in some new material.

    It's staggering to me that Strachan leaves as manager yet the SFA Performance Director becomes interim manager. You'd have thought both would have had to have gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Yeah, Cardiff 3 Wolves 1, Cardiff 2 Leeds 1, Cardiff 3 Blackpool 0, Cardiff 2 Watford 1, Cardiff 4 Burnley 0, Cardiff 2 Hull 1, Cardiff 2 Palace 1, Cardiff 0 Brighton 2, Cardiff 3 Blackburn 0 and Cardiff 3 Forest 0 were as boring as f*ck weren't they and don't get me started on Blackburn 1 Cardiff 4 or Hull 2 Cardiff 2 - I'm sure home fans went home bored out of their minds after wurzels 4 Cardiff 2, Palace 3 Cardiff 2, Forest 3 Cardiff 1 and Charlton 5 Cardiff 4 in the early weeks of the season as well.

    Yes, some games that season were harder to watch than I would have thought they would have been for a side that were winning the title, but this rewriting of history which says it was always dull that season is nonsense.

    There were plenty of people having a moan on here (myself included), but, from memory, that was about the colours we were wearing - I can only recall one constant critic when it came to boring football on here that season and he tended to get shouted down by others who seemed to be pleased that we were on our way to a promotion that, looking back now, was clearly going to happen from New Year onwards.
    I know you were his biggest fan Bob, that has shone in your posts about him since the day he left, but he was a wrong un.

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    Malkay appointed on interim basis.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/41612064

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    Northern Ireland's O'Neil being strongly tipped!

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Yeah, Cardiff 3 Wolves 1, Cardiff 2 Leeds 1, Cardiff 3 Blackpool 0, Cardiff 2 Watford 1, Cardiff 4 Burnley 0, Cardiff 2 Hull 1, Cardiff 2 Palace 1, Cardiff 0 Brighton 2, Cardiff 3 Blackburn 0 and Cardiff 3 Forest 0 were as boring as f*ck weren't they and don't get me started on Blackburn 1 Cardiff 4 or Hull 2 Cardiff 2 - I'm sure home fans went home bored out of their minds after wurzels 4 Cardiff 2, Palace 3 Cardiff 2, Forest 3 Cardiff 1 and Charlton 5 Cardiff 4 in the early weeks of the season as well.

    Yes, some games that season were harder to watch than I would have thought they would have been for a side that were winning the title, but this rewriting of history which says it was always dull that season is nonsense.

    There were plenty of people having a moan on here (myself included), but, from memory, that was about the colours we were wearing - I can only recall one constant critic when it came to boring football on here that season and he tended to get shouted down by others who seemed to be pleased that we were on our way to a promotion that, looking back now, was clearly going to happen from New Year onwards.
    Can you give us the scores after the 5-4 loss to Charlton? Thanks

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