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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by el blue, 16 Apr 2018 at 9:38 AM.
I have to admit that if I was an average kid following City nowadays I would probably have a dart board of him on my wall.
I'm not in favour of any City fan promoting themselves as a celebrity fan or as 'the face' of fans, whether that is an adult, a 'fan's spokesperson' or a kid.
There's thousands of kids who passionately support City and for one child to be constantly pushed as the 'well-known' 'huge fan' is putting him on a pedestal that no-one should be elevated to above other fans.
When there is a career building aspect to it, which undoubtedly has to have some sort of push from parents, it does not sit right with me. City is every blue's club, with no devoted, match going fan more of a 'celebrity' than another and it should not be used by individuals to promote themselves or their career aspirations.
It has the production values and class of a fan created Arsenal song.
Well at least it's given the perennial moaners on here something to get their teeth into.
It does highlight one of the problems of the internet age, media material intended for one group of viewers completely bemusing another group thousands of miles away.
It was the Hoo-Ray that made me laugh the most
Second line. "City has done it again". I know this is for the foreign market, but, I can't stand when football teams are referred to in the singular. It just means whoever does refer to teams like that is only seconds away from saying, ‘EPL’. Awful.
Is this CGI or actually real? I can't work it out. Please tell me it's not real.
We’ve reached third level criticism in a record number of pages!
Think we should sing it v Swansea when they start singing Land of my Fathers, would really put 1894 on the map.
Agree, that Ginger kid is becoming a pain.