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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by manimanc, 3 Nov 2014.

  1. bondsman

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    I heard him refer to Germany as our worst enemy this morning
     
  2. newfaceinhell

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    Saggers and his two mates debating how the game is going downhill, due to clubs treating it like a business.

    Perhaps they preferred it when every club were up to their eyeballs in debt.

    This is saggers who recently said " come on city, you know we all hate you". balanced broadcasting at its Talksport best.
     
  3. Prestwich_Blue

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    Just listening to that segment on catch-up. Well of course they treat it like a business as, like most businesses, they have to cover their costs and re-invest in an increasingly competitive environment, where success increases revenue.
     
  4. slicky202

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    What they feel is jealousy not hate. So many brilliant things happening at city from top to bottom it makes most clubs in the league look stagnant.
     
  5. Plays By Sense Of Smell

    Plays By Sense Of Smell

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    Perhaps those clubs who floated on the stock exchange shoyld be penalised or shunned for helping to brimg about this state of affairs?
     
  6. BlueMoonz1977

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    Exactly right....because that is where it all started but because it was their darling clubs doing it, it wasnt a problem

    Fuck em all
     
  7. Champions again in 2012

    Champions again in 2012

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    Doesn't FFP force this behaviour?
     
  8. Groke

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    Caught a bit of Hawksby & Jacobs earlier - apparently there was going to be a "forensic examination of city's finances" later in the programme. I didn't listen to any more, so did this happen?
     
  9. discopop

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    Well they had Jamie Jackson on so forensic was never going to happen, a bit on the Amazon Doc (seen as a good thing), Jacobs taking the piss a little that we only made one mil profit on such a big turnover, Jackson did pull him up over our accounting period, a little bit on the Mooy deal and then a closure of Jacobs latest bitter rant willing electric cars on us all so the dirty oil club will have to turn the financial tap off, so all in all a bit like listening to Rag Cafe and the Shedend.
     
  10. meeesh

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    Another prick that Jacobs,can't handle it at all,if we didn't know better he would easily qualify as a rag
     

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