Pep signs new deal until 2023!

samarasra

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It was the hold-up of the century. They literally didn't lay a glove on Bayern for nearly the entire match. I remember being hugely pissed off about it. Funny, because I admit that I was behind them against Benfica in 68. Times change, eh?
Sure do. My late dad was a Utd. fan and I was thrilled they won in '68. But in those days I think there was a more supportive view taken of any British Isles team competing at that level. I was disgusted at them beating Bayern although by no means a fan of Bayern, they just didn't deserve it on the night.
 

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No it's being honest which some can't bring themselves to do. A lot of talking amongst yourselves going on watching us last 2 seasons. It's been a huge drop off in entertainment and results.
Speak for yourself, you say the last 2 seasons, not this as we aren’t there, so assume you mean the season we got 98 points and won all the domestic trophies as well. I saw some really good games last season , was there a drop off ,yes.
I am looking to going back next. If your bored by it don’t go, because Pep will still be manager, we will play the same way, we will win things.
 

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Speak for yourself, you say the last 2 seasons, not this as we aren’t there, so assume you mean the season we got 98 points and won all the domestic trophies as well. I saw some really good games last season , was there a drop off ,yes.
I am looking to going back next. If your bored by it don’t go, because Pep will still be manager, we will play the same way, we will win things.

Best you got to try and bring a season in you knew I wasn't talking about? Pretty desperate fella

Good guesswork at the end though
 

samarasra

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No it's being honest which some can't bring themselves to do. A lot of talking amongst yourselves going on watching us last 2 seasons. It's been a huge drop off in entertainment and results.
Being honest I love watching City regardless of results and sometime drop offs in entertainment levels, they are always interesting to watch.
 

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Best you got to try and bring a season in you knew I wasn't talking about? Pretty desperate fella
So you are talking this season, makes your post even dafter. Of course football in empty stadiums is less interesting, for fans, players managers alike. Of course we talk amongst ourselves watching it on T.V, at home I haven’t even watched a game with other teams this season due to lack of interest .
 

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Being honest I love watching City regardless of results and sometime drop offs in entertainment levels, they are always interesting to watch.
Correct , our football is unmatched , i rarely watch any other games though , occasionally the Rags and Dippers in the hope they get beat , if they are losing or struggling i continue to watch , but as soon as they score and are looking like winning , i turn it off :)
 

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So you are talking this season, makes your post even dafter. Of course football in empty stadiums is less interesting, for fans, players managers alike. Of course we talk amongst ourselves watching it on T.V, at home I haven’t even watched a game with other teams this season due to lack of interest .

So you chat amongst yourselves while City is on glad you agree with me:-)
 

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