Our PR department and the media

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  1. blueju

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    I've just been reading the last load of pages from the BBC bias thread and one thing jumps out from the whole issue. It's not the way we have gone from ridicule and being everyone's favourite second team due to our constant comedy calamitous fuck ups to now being actually hated due to the press's constant unhidden sniping and lying, it's the fact our PR department seem to have disappeared further and further into their shells.
    For me on the other side of the world having to make do with reading every little snippet I can to keep up the way we are presented in the press is absolutely shocking.
    Another failure is allowing absolute commentators/ twats who don't even try to hide their hatred of us into the ground never mind all the generosity we show them once in there. It's as though our staff are in awe of them.
    As a poster said on the other thread, these people on our PR books should definitely have an affinity to City, there's no other way it could work. Why do you think the rags hound down journos so vigorously?
     
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  2. Why Always Ste

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    “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win"

    Be patient. At least they are paying attention to us.
     
  3. hutton who blue

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    Our club has a holistic approach now. We are owned by fantastically financial owners who have provided us players like Silva, Toure and Aguero who have garnished us trophies. We arrived here because of our fantastic numorous support, who supported Manchester City through thick and thin. Manchester City are suffering bad press which is unbelievable given what a good team we are. Our owners are oblivious to the provincial reaction we receive.
     
  4. Sunny Coast Blue

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    CLOSED till the end of the season. Even though we are being discussed it is turning people against us, we are becomming as hated as the rags and we have done fook all that those slimy shits have got up to.
     
  5. blueju

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    It's multiplied by the fact the old sky 4 mafia are all over the TV , but whereas they used to try and remain impartial when it was 'super Sunday time' now we've disrupted it they don't even hide their bitterness
     
  6. blueju

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    We really should be clamping right down on it, especially when they are at the Etihad
     
  7. Bill

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    Just enjoy it.

    Think about it. Some stranger has just walked up and shot your cash cow right in the kite. Right there in front of you. You are hardly going to endear them are you. You are going to do everything you can to hurt them whilst at the same time put your cow on life support.

    We have hurt them so much you'd never believe it.. It's fucking brilliant.
     
  8. cheekybids

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    They do all sound very desperate.

    If we keep having games like we do against Monaco & Barca then we will win the PR war & I think Jesus has got them spooked.

    It could get even funnier
     
  9. Rammyblues

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    Do we have a PR team?
     
  10. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    This is the reason why Sterling was booed on every ground he played on. No matter what team turned up at The Etihad he was booed at every touch, and it's the press coverage of his Euro performances and the scapegoating he carried for that dismal team performance that the supporting sheep followed and adopted. There are an incredible number of people still, in this electronic day and age, who still believe that if it's in the papers it must be true. The negativity oozing out of most of our 'stories' is palpable. On the other hand, when football seems to have a day off from fixtures, there's inevitably a blatant piece of Rag puffery spread across one of the nationals.
     

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