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    Riyad Mahrez - 2018/2019 performances

    Are you really that thick?
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    Riyad Mahrez - 2018/2019 performances

    And I hope he does!
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    Riyad Mahrez - 2018/2019 performances

    Yes you’re right and I said this in a previous post, you don’t 100% always guarantee buying a world class player because of the money you spend. In fact the money has nothing to do with it. But the evidence suggests that Mahrez will turn out not to be a success, based on his early form.
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    Riyad Mahrez - 2018/2019 performances

    Mate, you’ve got your opinions, I’ve got mine. Happy Christmas!
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    Sunderland In League One. / Netflix documentary (P9)

    That’s brilliant mate. Good luck with the weather!
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    Riyad Mahrez - 2018/2019 performances

    None of those players came off the shelf, they were all in a position where there potential was still to be proven. Mahrez has arrived with a reputation as being some well established, seasoned player. If he’s that good, then why are so many people questioning him in the way they are? Your...
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    Riyad Mahrez - 2018/2019 performances

    I could have said that although Mahrez was successful in winning the league in a one dimensional team, in a season when other perennial contenders such as City, United, Chelsea and Tottenham Abstained from trying to win the league, that Mahrez is, in know uncertain terms, Overrated. That would...
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    Riyad Mahrez - 2018/2019 performances

    Absolutely. City play differently to Leicester. No doubt he’ll play against Palace and score or set one up. He’s not at the standard to do that in the Champions league or against the top Premier league teams. If he’s only going to play well against the middling teams, then we should be blooding...
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    Riyad Mahrez - 2018/2019 performances

    To try and give a balanced view, I feel that at his age Mahrez shouldn’t have to go through a Learning Curve. Signing players like Mahrez should be about ‘plug-and-play’. He isn’t that. The very top players come into the squad and hit the ground running. I think that people at City saw something...
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    Gillingham v Manchester City 1999

    Right behind the ball that Dickov smashed into the net: best goal celebrations ever. Agree with others: Wembley Way was a sea of silent, voiceless emotional quivering wrecks after the penalties. We went back to Harrow after the game and all the locals were saying to us, ‘cheer up you won’, but...
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    Kids I Pad at the game

    I was getting into the N1 entrance at about 11.45, when the rain really began to come, so getting inside quickly was a must. I was ok, but a bloke in front of me was stopped, even before he got to the stewards and was told, “sorry mate, you can’t take that sandwich in there - it’s too big!”...
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    1956 FA Cup final Manchester City v Birmingham City

    I really hope it’s not City fans asking that question!
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    Fifa to clamp down on City and Chelsea business model

    I mean the concept in general. I don’t understand what’s wrong with doing this sort of thing. If you look in the lower leagues, Brentford have abandoned the idea of an academy and take on players that other clubs feel can’t make the grade. I wonder if FIFA or UEFA will come up with a strict...
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    The Maths Thread

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    Fifa to clamp down on City and Chelsea business model

    Although I understand your point, what you’re doing there is stopping City from making money. Any company, any business always need to look to grow new revenue streams. This is just another one. This is the same thing as capping the amount of scarves the souvenir shop sells.
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    Drunken Sleep Pissing - We've all done it, haven't we?

    Watford at home, first game of the season, 3-0 City. Went to sleep, drunk as a skunk with my girlfriend (now wife), in a bed at my parents house. Urinated like A Racehorse in said bed, completely soaking me, girlfriend, mattresse, duvet, pillows... Naked apart from my City top (typical), my...
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    Affinity with West Ham. How did it start?

    I lived in London for thirteen years but now back in Manchester. Before I went to London I always thought of West Ham as a second team. Don’t know where that came from; maybe it’s the way West Ham fans present themselves. They always reminded me of City. My History teacher at school was a Hammer...
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    Traveling to away games in the 1970s

    Just out of curiosity, has anyone got any storys from what happened after the Luton relegation game in 1983? I imagine there weren’t that many Luton fans up that day, but I bet the ones that were, were given an interesting send off!
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    United (H) Post Match Thread

    Thanks for this mate; what a brilliant picture!
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    What colour is Manchester City blue?

    Oh and just to be clear, I’m referring to the darker of the two blues and not the extremely pale blue the body of the quote is in.

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