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Post  RhinoJagz on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 1:59 pm

Fucking hell, I cant imagine what this lot are going to be like when they actually start winning stuff!! They are well on their way to becoming the New Shite. When we lose, we usually start with the short comings of our own players and tactics before bemoaning the 'luck' of the other team. If was our fault we drew with Wigan. Yes, they parked the bus but we couldnt open them up and when we did they was a lack of composure. But this fucking blame everyone else nonsense we get from City fans everytime we beat them is getting tiresome. Even Sky are been selective in their reporting showing Fellaini two 'clean' tackles (one which was yellow carded), and the other they have now decided should have been another yellow.
We have beaten Citeh over the last few seasons with a varied degree of tactics, depending on form, fitness and confidence of the players at the time. We played them off the park at GP last year and also played some good stuff at their place. Last night was all about digging deep, and battling for the win. The players are low on confidence,badly in need of a positive result, so we were hardly going to start attack like gungho Blackpool or Spurs. We played to our current strengths. Strong at the back, Fellaini and Rodwell sweeping up like demons and getting the ball to Cahill and Baines in advanced positions as much as possible. When we get Pienaar back, Arteta finds an ounce of form, Donovan returns on loan and we start being more productive infront of goal, yes we might see some good attacking football (something we have being doing but with little reward for alot of the season) but to expect anything different then what we served up last night is mystifying.

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Post  Armchair on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 2:00 pm

BB wrote:Hat of the year

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/manchester-city/8216398/Is-Manchester-City-striker-Mario-Balotellis-chicken-hat-a-fashion-own-goal.html

He can put the award next to his 'Best Kung Fu kick on opposition player' award for 2010/11.
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Post  Goodison_Gringo on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 3:42 pm

Toffee Dan wrote:MEN comments - they hate us.. who cares?

It amuses me that we get under their skin. Reading the Guardian comments last night TD it seems that you enjoy it too.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 4:42 pm

BB wrote:Hat of the year

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/manchester-city/8216398/Is-Manchester-City-striker-Mario-Balotellis-chicken-hat-a-fashion-own-goal.html
Good lord.
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Post  BB on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 7:15 pm

Bluejags wrote:Fucking hell, I cant imagine what this lot are going to be like when they actually start winning stuff!! They are well on their way to becoming the New Shite. When we lose, we usually start with the short comings of our own players and tactics before bemoaning the 'luck' of the other team. If was our fault we drew with Wigan. Yes, they parked the bus but we couldnt open them up and when we did they was a lack of composure. But this fucking blame everyone else nonsense we get from City fans everytime we beat them is getting tiresome. Even Sky are been selective in their reporting showing Fellaini two 'clean' tackles (one which was yellow carded), and the other they have now decided should have been another yellow.
We have beaten Citeh over the last few seasons with a varied degree of tactics, depending on form, fitness and confidence of the players at the time. We played them off the park at GP last year and also played some good stuff at their place. Last night was all about digging deep, and battling for the win. The players are low on confidence,badly in need of a positive result, so we were hardly going to start attack like gungho Blackpool or Spurs. We played to our current strengths. Strong at the back, Fellaini and Rodwell sweeping up like demons and getting the ball to Cahill and Baines in advanced positions as much as possible. When we get Pienaar back, Arteta finds an ounce of form, Donovan returns on loan and we start being more productive infront of goal, yes we might see some good attacking football (something we have being doing but with little reward for alot of the season) but to expect anything different then what we served up last night is mystifying.

You have nearly 20,000 posts, and you are only 31. Shocked

What percentage of your life has been spent on this forum lol. lol!
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 7:19 pm

BB wrote:
Bluejags wrote:Fucking hell, I cant imagine what this lot are going to be like when they actually start winning stuff!! They are well on their way to becoming the New Shite. When we lose, we usually start with the short comings of our own players and tactics before bemoaning the 'luck' of the other team. If was our fault we drew with Wigan. Yes, they parked the bus but we couldnt open them up and when we did they was a lack of composure. But this fucking blame everyone else nonsense we get from City fans everytime we beat them is getting tiresome. Even Sky are been selective in their reporting showing Fellaini two 'clean' tackles (one which was yellow carded), and the other they have now decided should have been another yellow.
We have beaten Citeh over the last few seasons with a varied degree of tactics, depending on form, fitness and confidence of the players at the time. We played them off the park at GP last year and also played some good stuff at their place. Last night was all about digging deep, and battling for the win. The players are low on confidence,badly in need of a positive result, so we were hardly going to start attack like gungho Blackpool or Spurs. We played to our current strengths. Strong at the back, Fellaini and Rodwell sweeping up like demons and getting the ball to Cahill and Baines in advanced positions as much as possible. When we get Pienaar back, Arteta finds an ounce of form, Donovan returns on loan and we start being more productive infront of goal, yes we might see some good attacking football (something we have being doing but with little reward for alot of the season) but to expect anything different then what we served up last night is mystifying.

You have nearly 20,000 posts, and you are only 31. Shocked

What percentage of your life has been spent on this forum lol. lol!
It's not about the post count mate. It's what being said that matters. Very Happy Man City 1 Everton 2 (Cahill, Baines) - Page 11 Food-smi
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Post  BB on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 7:23 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
BB wrote:
Bluejags wrote:Fucking hell, I cant imagine what this lot are going to be like when they actually start winning stuff!! They are well on their way to becoming the New Shite. When we lose, we usually start with the short comings of our own players and tactics before bemoaning the 'luck' of the other team. If was our fault we drew with Wigan. Yes, they parked the bus but we couldnt open them up and when we did they was a lack of composure. But this fucking blame everyone else nonsense we get from City fans everytime we beat them is getting tiresome. Even Sky are been selective in their reporting showing Fellaini two 'clean' tackles (one which was yellow carded), and the other they have now decided should have been another yellow.
We have beaten Citeh over the last few seasons with a varied degree of tactics, depending on form, fitness and confidence of the players at the time. We played them off the park at GP last year and also played some good stuff at their place. Last night was all about digging deep, and battling for the win. The players are low on confidence,badly in need of a positive result, so we were hardly going to start attack like gungho Blackpool or Spurs. We played to our current strengths. Strong at the back, Fellaini and Rodwell sweeping up like demons and getting the ball to Cahill and Baines in advanced positions as much as possible. When we get Pienaar back, Arteta finds an ounce of form, Donovan returns on loan and we start being more productive infront of goal, yes we might see some good attacking football (something we have being doing but with little reward for alot of the season) but to expect anything different then what we served up last night is mystifying.

You have nearly 20,000 posts, and you are only 31. Shocked

What percentage of your life has been spent on this forum lol. lol!
It's not about the post count mate. It's what being said that matters. Very Happy Man City 1 Everton 2 (Cahill, Baines) - Page 11 Food-smi

Lol, 41,000 and counting. lol! Nuff said. lol!
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Post  RhinoJagz on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 7:30 pm

BB wrote:
Bluejags wrote:Fucking hell, I cant imagine what this lot are going to be like when they actually start winning stuff!! They are well on their way to becoming the New Shite. When we lose, we usually start with the short comings of our own players and tactics before bemoaning the 'luck' of the other team. If was our fault we drew with Wigan. Yes, they parked the bus but we couldnt open them up and when we did they was a lack of composure. But this fucking blame everyone else nonsense we get from City fans everytime we beat them is getting tiresome. Even Sky are been selective in their reporting showing Fellaini two 'clean' tackles (one which was yellow carded), and the other they have now decided should have been another yellow.
We have beaten Citeh over the last few seasons with a varied degree of tactics, depending on form, fitness and confidence of the players at the time. We played them off the park at GP last year and also played some good stuff at their place. Last night was all about digging deep, and battling for the win. The players are low on confidence,badly in need of a positive result, so we were hardly going to start attack like gungho Blackpool or Spurs. We played to our current strengths. Strong at the back, Fellaini and Rodwell sweeping up like demons and getting the ball to Cahill and Baines in advanced positions as much as possible. When we get Pienaar back, Arteta finds an ounce of form, Donovan returns on loan and we start being more productive infront of goal, yes we might see some good attacking football (something we have being doing but with little reward for alot of the season) but to expect anything different then what we served up last night is mystifying.

You have nearly 20,000 posts, and you are only 31. Shocked

What percentage of your life has been spent on this forum lol. lol!

Less time then you spend on your shite Photoshop work...



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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 7:57 pm

BB wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
BB wrote:
Bluejags wrote:Fucking hell, I cant imagine what this lot are going to be like when they actually start winning stuff!! They are well on their way to becoming the New Shite. When we lose, we usually start with the short comings of our own players and tactics before bemoaning the 'luck' of the other team. If was our fault we drew with Wigan. Yes, they parked the bus but we couldnt open them up and when we did they was a lack of composure. But this fucking blame everyone else nonsense we get from City fans everytime we beat them is getting tiresome. Even Sky are been selective in their reporting showing Fellaini two 'clean' tackles (one which was yellow carded), and the other they have now decided should have been another yellow.
We have beaten Citeh over the last few seasons with a varied degree of tactics, depending on form, fitness and confidence of the players at the time. We played them off the park at GP last year and also played some good stuff at their place. Last night was all about digging deep, and battling for the win. The players are low on confidence,badly in need of a positive result, so we were hardly going to start attack like gungho Blackpool or Spurs. We played to our current strengths. Strong at the back, Fellaini and Rodwell sweeping up like demons and getting the ball to Cahill and Baines in advanced positions as much as possible. When we get Pienaar back, Arteta finds an ounce of form, Donovan returns on loan and we start being more productive infront of goal, yes we might see some good attacking football (something we have being doing but with little reward for alot of the season) but to expect anything different then what we served up last night is mystifying.

You have nearly 20,000 posts, and you are only 31. Shocked

What percentage of your life has been spent on this forum lol. lol!
It's not about the post count mate. It's what being said that matters. Very Happy Man City 1 Everton 2 (Cahill, Baines) - Page 11 Food-smi

Lol, 41,000 and counting. lol! Nuff said. lol!
I guess what I was trying to say is that just because I happen to have a higher post count than someone else, it doesn't make my opinion or point of view more valid or "correct".
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Post  Blue gazza on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 10:15 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
BB wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
BB wrote:
Bluejags wrote:Fucking hell, I cant imagine what this lot are going to be like when they actually start winning stuff!! They are well on their way to becoming the New Shite. When we lose, we usually start with the short comings of our own players and tactics before bemoaning the 'luck' of the other team. If was our fault we drew with Wigan. Yes, they parked the bus but we couldnt open them up and when we did they was a lack of composure. But this fucking blame everyone else nonsense we get from City fans everytime we beat them is getting tiresome. Even Sky are been selective in their reporting showing Fellaini two 'clean' tackles (one which was yellow carded), and the other they have now decided should have been another yellow.
We have beaten Citeh over the last few seasons with a varied degree of tactics, depending on form, fitness and confidence of the players at the time. We played them off the park at GP last year and also played some good stuff at their place. Last night was all about digging deep, and battling for the win. The players are low on confidence,badly in need of a positive result, so we were hardly going to start attack like gungho Blackpool or Spurs. We played to our current strengths. Strong at the back, Fellaini and Rodwell sweeping up like demons and getting the ball to Cahill and Baines in advanced positions as much as possible. When we get Pienaar back, Arteta finds an ounce of form, Donovan returns on loan and we start being more productive infront of goal, yes we might see some good attacking football (something we have being doing but with little reward for alot of the season) but to expect anything different then what we served up last night is mystifying.

You have nearly 20,000 posts, and you are only 31. Shocked

What percentage of your life has been spent on this forum lol. lol!
It's not about the post count mate. It's what being said that matters. Very Happy Man City 1 Everton 2 (Cahill, Baines) - Page 11 Food-smi

Lol, 41,000 and counting. lol! Nuff said. lol!
I guess what I was trying to say is that just because I happen to have a higher post count than someone else, it doesn't make my opinion or point of view more valid or "correct".

but you do a lot of one liners on match commentary as well though
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Post  Blue gazza on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 10:18 pm

Bluejags wrote:Fucking hell, I cant imagine what this lot are going to be like when they actually start winning stuff!! They are well on their way to becoming the New Shite. When we lose, we usually start with the short comings of our own players and tactics before bemoaning the 'luck' of the other team. If was our fault we drew with Wigan. Yes, they parked the bus but we couldnt open them up and when we did they was a lack of composure. But this fucking blame everyone else nonsense we get from City fans everytime we beat them is getting tiresome. Even Sky are been selective in their reporting showing Fellaini two 'clean' tackles (one which was yellow carded), and the other they have now decided should have been another yellow.
We have beaten Citeh over the last few seasons with a varied degree of tactics, depending on form, fitness and confidence of the players at the time. We played them off the park at GP last year and also played some good stuff at their place. Last night was all about digging deep, and battling for the win. The players are low on confidence,badly in need of a positive result, so we were hardly going to start attack like gungho Blackpool or Spurs. We played to our current strengths. Strong at the back, Fellaini and Rodwell sweeping up like demons and getting the ball to Cahill and Baines in advanced positions as much as possible. When we get Pienaar back, Arteta finds an ounce of form, Donovan returns on loan and we start being more productive infront of goal, yes we might see some good attacking football (something we have being doing but with little reward for alot of the season) but to expect anything different then what we served up last night is mystifying.

i agree nice honest post cheers
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Post  BB on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 11:22 pm

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
BB wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
BB wrote:
Bluejags wrote:Fucking hell, I cant imagine what this lot are going to be like when they actually start winning stuff!! They are well on their way to becoming the New Shite. When we lose, we usually start with the short comings of our own players and tactics before bemoaning the 'luck' of the other team. If was our fault we drew with Wigan. Yes, they parked the bus but we couldnt open them up and when we did they was a lack of composure. But this fucking blame everyone else nonsense we get from City fans everytime we beat them is getting tiresome. Even Sky are been selective in their reporting showing Fellaini two 'clean' tackles (one which was yellow carded), and the other they have now decided should have been another yellow.
We have beaten Citeh over the last few seasons with a varied degree of tactics, depending on form, fitness and confidence of the players at the time. We played them off the park at GP last year and also played some good stuff at their place. Last night was all about digging deep, and battling for the win. The players are low on confidence,badly in need of a positive result, so we were hardly going to start attack like gungho Blackpool or Spurs. We played to our current strengths. Strong at the back, Fellaini and Rodwell sweeping up like demons and getting the ball to Cahill and Baines in advanced positions as much as possible. When we get Pienaar back, Arteta finds an ounce of form, Donovan returns on loan and we start being more productive infront of goal, yes we might see some good attacking football (something we have being doing but with little reward for alot of the season) but to expect anything different then what we served up last night is mystifying.

You have nearly 20,000 posts, and you are only 31. Shocked

What percentage of your life has been spent on this forum lol. lol!
It's not about the post count mate. It's what being said that matters. Very Happy Man City 1 Everton 2 (Cahill, Baines) - Page 11 Food-smi

Lol, 41,000 and counting. lol! Nuff said. lol!
I guess what I was trying to say is that just because I happen to have a higher post count than someone else, it doesn't make my opinion or point of view more valid or "correct".

It doesn't? Man City 1 Everton 2 (Cahill, Baines) - Page 11 Doh
Damn. I've been telling my kids to read your posts regularly. Now what will they do?? Man City 1 Everton 2 (Cahill, Baines) - Page 11 Confused They say which one are you daddy. I say I'm Uwist61. lol!
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 11:51 pm

No, I'se UWist61..... afro
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Post  Goodison_Gringo on Tue 21 Dec 2010, 11:55 pm

I'm Uwist61
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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Wed 22 Dec 2010, 12:02 am

OK, I'll be SEFTONSki....
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Post  notepad on Wed 22 Dec 2010, 12:04 am

Bluejags wrote:Fucking hell, I cant imagine what this lot are going to be like when they actually start winning stuff!! They are well on their way to becoming the New Shite. When we lose, we usually start with the short comings of our own players and tactics before bemoaning the 'luck' of the other team. If was our fault we drew with Wigan. Yes, they parked the bus but we couldnt open them up and when we did they was a lack of composure. But this fucking blame everyone else nonsense we get from City fans everytime we beat them is getting tiresome. Even Sky are been selective in their reporting showing Fellaini two 'clean' tackles (one which was yellow carded), and the other they have now decided should have been another yellow.
We have beaten Citeh over the last few seasons with a varied degree of tactics, depending on form, fitness and confidence of the players at the time. We played them off the park at GP last year and also played some good stuff at their place. Last night was all about digging deep, and battling for the win. The players are low on confidence,badly in need of a positive result, so we were hardly going to start attack like gungho Blackpool or Spurs. We played to our current strengths. Strong at the back, Fellaini and Rodwell sweeping up like demons and getting the ball to Cahill and Baines in advanced positions as much as possible. When we get Pienaar back, Arteta finds an ounce of form, Donovan decides not to return on loan and we start being more productive infront of goal, yes we might see some good attacking football (something we have being doing but with little reward for alot of the season) but to expect anything different then what we served up last night is mystifying.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Wed 22 Dec 2010, 1:40 am

YAKUBLUE wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
BB wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
BB wrote:
Bluejags wrote:Fucking hell, I cant imagine what this lot are going to be like when they actually start winning stuff!! They are well on their way to becoming the New Shite. When we lose, we usually start with the short comings of our own players and tactics before bemoaning the 'luck' of the other team. If was our fault we drew with Wigan. Yes, they parked the bus but we couldnt open them up and when we did they was a lack of composure. But this fucking blame everyone else nonsense we get from City fans everytime we beat them is getting tiresome. Even Sky are been selective in their reporting showing Fellaini two 'clean' tackles (one which was yellow carded), and the other they have now decided should have been another yellow.
We have beaten Citeh over the last few seasons with a varied degree of tactics, depending on form, fitness and confidence of the players at the time. We played them off the park at GP last year and also played some good stuff at their place. Last night was all about digging deep, and battling for the win. The players are low on confidence,badly in need of a positive result, so we were hardly going to start attack like gungho Blackpool or Spurs. We played to our current strengths. Strong at the back, Fellaini and Rodwell sweeping up like demons and getting the ball to Cahill and Baines in advanced positions as much as possible. When we get Pienaar back, Arteta finds an ounce of form, Donovan returns on loan and we start being more productive infront of goal, yes we might see some good attacking football (something we have being doing but with little reward for alot of the season) but to expect anything different then what we served up last night is mystifying.

You have nearly 20,000 posts, and you are only 31. Shocked

What percentage of your life has been spent on this forum lol. lol!
It's not about the post count mate. It's what being said that matters. Very Happy Man City 1 Everton 2 (Cahill, Baines) - Page 11 Food-smi

Lol, 41,000 and counting. lol! Nuff said. lol!
I guess what I was trying to say is that just because I happen to have a higher post count than someone else, it doesn't make my opinion or point of view more valid or "correct".

but you do a lot of one liners on match commentary as well though
Uh, yeah. And your point being? Man City 1 Everton 2 (Cahill, Baines) - Page 11 Confused scratch Like most people in the match thread I post primarily short posts.
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Post  The President on Wed 22 Dec 2010, 7:18 am

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
YAKUBLUE wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
BB wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
BB wrote:
Bluejags wrote:Fucking hell, I cant imagine what this lot are going to be like when they actually start winning stuff!! They are well on their way to becoming the New Shite. When we lose, we usually start with the short comings of our own players and tactics before bemoaning the 'luck' of the other team. If was our fault we drew with Wigan. Yes, they parked the bus but we couldnt open them up and when we did they was a lack of composure. But this fucking blame everyone else nonsense we get from City fans everytime we beat them is getting tiresome. Even Sky are been selective in their reporting showing Fellaini two 'clean' tackles (one which was yellow carded), and the other they have now decided should have been another yellow.
We have beaten Citeh over the last few seasons with a varied degree of tactics, depending on form, fitness and confidence of the players at the time. We played them off the park at GP last year and also played some good stuff at their place. Last night was all about digging deep, and battling for the win. The players are low on confidence,badly in need of a positive result, so we were hardly going to start attack like gungho Blackpool or Spurs. We played to our current strengths. Strong at the back, Fellaini and Rodwell sweeping up like demons and getting the ball to Cahill and Baines in advanced positions as much as possible. When we get Pienaar back, Arteta finds an ounce of form, Donovan returns on loan and we start being more productive infront of goal, yes we might see some good attacking football (something we have being doing but with little reward for alot of the season) but to expect anything different then what we served up last night is mystifying.

You have nearly 20,000 posts, and you are only 31. Shocked

What percentage of your life has been spent on this forum lol. lol!
It's not about the post count mate. It's what being said that matters. Very Happy Man City 1 Everton 2 (Cahill, Baines) - Page 11 Food-smi

Lol, 41,000 and counting. lol! Nuff said. lol!
I guess what I was trying to say is that just because I happen to have a higher post count than someone else, it doesn't make my opinion or point of view more valid or "correct".

but you do a lot of one liners on match commentary as well though
Uh, yeah. And your point being? Man City 1 Everton 2 (Cahill, Baines) - Page 11 Confused scratch Like most people in the match thread I post primarily short posts.

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Post  The President on Wed 22 Dec 2010, 7:18 am

The President wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
YAKUBLUE wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
BB wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
BB wrote:
Bluejags wrote:Fucking hell, I cant imagine what this lot are going to be like when they actually start winning stuff!! They are well on their way to becoming the New Shite. When we lose, we usually start with the short comings of our own players and tactics before bemoaning the 'luck' of the other team. If was our fault we drew with Wigan. Yes, they parked the bus but we couldnt open them up and when we did they was a lack of composure. But this fucking blame everyone else nonsense we get from City fans everytime we beat them is getting tiresome. Even Sky are been selective in their reporting showing Fellaini two 'clean' tackles (one which was yellow carded), and the other they have now decided should have been another yellow.
We have beaten Citeh over the last few seasons with a varied degree of tactics, depending on form, fitness and confidence of the players at the time. We played them off the park at GP last year and also played some good stuff at their place. Last night was all about digging deep, and battling for the win. The players are low on confidence,badly in need of a positive result, so we were hardly going to start attack like gungho Blackpool or Spurs. We played to our current strengths. Strong at the back, Fellaini and Rodwell sweeping up like demons and getting the ball to Cahill and Baines in advanced positions as much as possible. When we get Pienaar back, Arteta finds an ounce of form, Donovan returns on loan and we start being more productive infront of goal, yes we might see some good attacking football (something we have being doing but with little reward for alot of the season) but to expect anything different then what we served up last night is mystifying.

You have nearly 20,000 posts, and you are only 31. Shocked

What percentage of your life has been spent on this forum lol. lol!
It's not about the post count mate. It's what being said that matters. Very Happy Man City 1 Everton 2 (Cahill, Baines) - Page 11 Food-smi

Lol, 41,000 and counting. lol! Nuff said. lol!
I guess what I was trying to say is that just because I happen to have a higher post count than someone else, it doesn't make my opinion or point of view more valid or "correct".

but you do a lot of one liners on match commentary as well though
Uh, yeah. And your point being? Man City 1 Everton 2 (Cahill, Baines) - Page 11 Confused scratch Like most people in the match thread I post primarily short posts.

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Me Too Very Happy
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Post  Armchair on Wed 22 Dec 2010, 8:42 am

Not me.
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Post  Hinchcliffe Corner on Wed 22 Dec 2010, 11:54 am

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Post  mindyerEnvelopeRef? on Wed 22 Dec 2010, 12:20 pm

Hinchcliffe Corner wrote:.

'Nuff said Very Happy






the original none-liner post ...
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Post  Hinchcliffe Corner on Wed 22 Dec 2010, 1:22 pm

perhaps if I'd posted that sort of insight more often, I'd have gathered more posts than my mere 935 in 5 years!
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Post  BB on Wed 22 Dec 2010, 1:40 pm

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935 posts and that one touched me the most. cheers
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Thu 23 Dec 2010, 2:31 am

Just watched the highlights on ETV - they really did set up shop in our half for extended periods of time. I'm glad I didn't watch that game live, it would have been way too nerve wrecking.
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