Like all of you, I’m in Dreamland over the season so far, and recent results have only served to make everyone of the naysayers sit up and take notice that this might be a very special team. However, are we in danger of turning this positivity into something more negative? We are currently making even the reddest red nose into someone who is forced to acknowledge the level of football we are displaying. But, as we see in almost every facet of life, especially in Britain, people are notoriously fickle and turn on a dime. So, given the recent coverage of our celebrations at The Swamp, Swansea, and then again this past weekend after the Spurs game (especially the “Park the bus” clip), are we walking the knife edge between humility and obnoxiousness? Like all of you, I’m enjoying watching the team break records, and at this point every victory is a new record! However, in the eyes of some, it appears the celebrations seem to be getting a tad out of hand. Is it time to take a small step back and, while not stopping enjoying the quality of what we are seeing, tamp down the gloating, and the social media displays? With the news that Pep is going to be offered a bumper long term deal, I hope and expect this type of football to be the new “Man City way” and thus something to savour for years to come. However, I would hate for all the good that is being written to suddenly start to turn sour because of the obnoxious behavior of fans and even players. We are not Rags. We are City. We know where we come from and we have not only seen the depths but the heights, all in the living memory of a teenager, let alone what those of us who’ve been around for half a century or more have seen. So, are we getting carried away? Are we setting ourselves up for a fall? What if we don’t win the League? Biggest choke in history??? I’m certainly not advocating not enjoying the current performances we are seeing, and like most people, I’m running out of superlatives to describe the football I’m seeing from the lads, but I’m trying to stay contained. I’m trying to simply enjoy the performances, the individual quality we are seeing, and turning over our biggest rivals and bogey teams. Life is good, and being a Blue today is better than at any time since the late 60s and early 70s, but I don’t want us to turn into Rags and start the taunting, gloating and laughing at other teams and fans. Let’s at least WIN SOMETHING before we make ourselves the team everyone else loves to hate! I’ve already started hearing it from some people, and we are starting to get as much coverage for the celebrations and social media posts as the football. Let’s not spoil this before it gets started in earnest, please. Let’s enjoy this new chapter with a modicum of humility, because it ain’t over until the fat lady sings. So far, all I hear is her clearing her throat!