Media Thread - 2019/20

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Chris in London

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Gone very quiet about us over the last few days, I've noticed. Not so the usual media darlings, but we aren't even getting the negative publicity we were getting on a daily basis three weeks ago. Its almost as though some people aren't as completely disgusted by the appalling human rights record of the regime in Qatar (or wherever) during the summer as they are during the football season.

Who knew human rights was seasonal?
 

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Gone very quiet about us over the last few days, I've noticed. Not so the usual media darlings, but we aren't even getting the negative publicity we were getting on a daily basis three weeks ago. Its almost as though some people aren't as completely disgusted by the appalling human rights record of the regime in Qatar (or wherever) during the summer as they are during the football season.

Who knew human rights was seasonal?
It's more likely that we've had words I think.
 

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Gone very quiet about us over the last few days, I've noticed. Not so the usual media darlings, but we aren't even getting the negative publicity we were getting on a daily basis three weeks ago. Its almost as though some people aren't as completely disgusted by the appalling human rights record of the regime in Qatar (or wherever) during the summer as they are during the football season.

Who knew human rights was seasonal?

Between seasons and fuck all is happening, give it a few weeks when transfers are happening and players are back off holiday.
 

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To adapt my post from last year:

The main problem is that the BBC, Sky, BT Sport, the Mirror, the Guardian, the Sun, the Independent, the Telegraph, the Times (now including Henry Winter), the Mail (apart from Martin Samuel), the Star, the Express, the Morning Star, Twitter, Facebook, Top Gear Magazine, Radio Five Live, Talksport, Talksport 2, Test Match Special, Strictly Come Dancing, Radio 4 Today programme, Martin Tyler, Ratboy, Carragher, Jeff Stelling, Phil Thompson, Paul Merson, Alan Brazil, Darren Gough, Dan Roan, Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer, Danny Murphy, Mark Lawrenson, Amnesty International, Rob Harris, Nick Harris, Miguel Delaney, Duncan Castles, the United Nations, the EU, Der Spiegel, probably even a beagle, Das Bild, the entire Italian press who still think Guardiola is going to Juventus, the speaking clock, half of the posters on here, Siri, Google Assistant and Danny Mills (IAC)...

...are all fucking biased against us and it's a disgrace. OK?
 

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To adapt my post from last year:

The main problem is that the BBC, Sky, BT Sport, the Mirror, the Guardian, the Sun, the Independent, the Telegraph, the Times (now including Henry Winter), the Mail (apart from Martin Samuel), the Star, the Express, the Morning Star, Twitter, Facebook, Top Gear Magazine, Radio Five Live, Talksport, Talksport 2, Test Match Special, Strictly Come Dancing, Radio 4 Today programme, Martin Tyler, Ratboy, Carragher, Jeff Stelling, Phil Thompson, Paul Merson, Alan Brazil, Darren Gough, Dan Roan, Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer, Danny Murphy, Mark Lawrenson, Amnesty International, Rob Harris, Nick Harris, Miguel Delaney, Duncan Castles, the United Nations, the EU, Der Spiegel, probably even a beagle, Das Bild, the entire Italian press who still think Guardiola is going to Juventus, the speaking clock, half of the posters on here, Siri, Google Assistant and Danny Mills (IAC)...

...are all fucking biased against us and it's a disgrace. OK?
Goes without saying !!
 

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To adapt my post from last year:

The main problem is that the BBC, Sky, BT Sport, the Mirror, the Guardian, the Sun, the Independent, the Telegraph, the Times (now including Henry Winter), the Mail (apart from Martin Samuel), the Star, the Express, the Morning Star, Twitter, Facebook, Top Gear Magazine, Radio Five Live, Talksport, Talksport 2, Test Match Special, Strictly Come Dancing, Radio 4 Today programme, Martin Tyler, Ratboy, Carragher, Jeff Stelling, Phil Thompson, Paul Merson, Alan Brazil, Darren Gough, Dan Roan, Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer, Danny Murphy, Mark Lawrenson, Amnesty International, Rob Harris, Nick Harris, Miguel Delaney, Duncan Castles, the United Nations, the EU, Der Spiegel, probably even a beagle, Das Bild, the entire Italian press who still think Guardiola is going to Juventus, the speaking clock, half of the posters on here, Siri, Google Assistant and Danny Mills (IAC)...

...are all fucking biased against us and it's a disgrace. OK?
There's a lot you've missed off that list
 

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Page 1, just want to say that the UK media, written press in particular, are a bunch of ****s. That's all.
 

@BluePhil8

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Gone very quiet about us over the last few days, I've noticed. Not so the usual media darlings, but we aren't even getting the negative publicity we were getting on a daily basis three weeks ago. Its almost as though some people aren't as completely disgusted by the appalling human rights record of the regime in Qatar (or wherever) during the summer as they are during the football season.

Who knew human rights was seasonal?
They really care about human rights, especially when they come to City's press box and eat the 5 star food on offer for free.
 
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