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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by franksinatra, 24 Aug 2016.
Said this loads. What a myth it was that great. Occasionally like it is now
I'm in 120 also, that doesn't matter though ha. I hate the billion in the bank song, the most arrogant song there is. Also we're just a shit Man United, their name should never be in songs at City especially like that. On big games the atmosphere is superb, when Sergio scored his 2nd against Burnley everyone was still up from the first and it was a huge noise
Random question, what's the last line to the Gabriel Jesus, Brazillian genius song? Can never catch it so only sing the first two lines haha
Never thought it was arrogant myself...thought it was funny and ironic that we could have all this money and still fook it up
but tbf we haven't fucked it up since having the money, so the song makes no sense
I get that, however we always had that typical City brand...we could be 3 up with 5 mins to go and we were still nervous , but that was a long time ago. Oh how things have changed!
Still a pretty awful song, niether funny or relevant.
I get still singing we never win at home still that's a classic (was my favourite song for years whe it was true) and also piss taking of where we now are, never cared for billion in the bank one
Always get more noise round me from
You are my city
were not really here
best team in the land
and on the unfortunately rare occasion that it gets sung
we've got an M an A a C etc
songs like billion and it's only 6-1 were good at their inception, but irrevelevant now hence why you don't hear oddfield 2 morley 1 song anymore time has pst and these songs were for time around certain events imho.
Agree on those 3, They are old classics that get us older boys singing
When I used to stand in Kippax the atmosphere was great, then moved to North Stand and again had a great singing section in there, the atmosphere at Maine Road for me was great and no myth
I'm with Cleavers, yes some games the kippax was amazing (charlton) for one that springs to mind. Most of the memories from the Kippax come from hooliganism. The away end being in such close proximity. The stairs at the back was always abuse and missiles coming over and then in the stand. There was always coins flying about and fans charging each other. Its massively different now and the demographic has changed. I saw Bristol fans singing as they walked around the forecourt. That would never have happened at MR they would have been filled in. So football has changed and the paying public want something different