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Postby stupot » Fri Feb 15, 2019 5:01 pm

Hi guys, I've sent a few posts now but not formally introduced myself and despite what was inferred earlier I am definitely not FIBD.
I had my first ST as a kid in 69/70 and have had one every year since. My dad was a mad blue who only stopped going in the late 90s when arthritis got the better of him and just before he died refused to let a porter wheel him at North Manchester General as he had a united badge.

Only time I questioned my allegiance was when I took my 9 year old daughter to Wembley in 99 and she was crying towards the 90th minute. She was going back to a school full of rags who'd just won a couple of pots. 5 minutes later and she knew exactly the meaning of pure joy.

I've defended City through years of mediocrity and pain which is why I can't believe some of the negativity on here. We have the best owners, the best Manager, the most unbelievable squad of players and as I'm getting towards my 60s, I just wish I was 20 or so years younger.

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Postby nottsblue » Fri Feb 15, 2019 5:24 pm

stupot wrote:Hi guys, I've sent a few posts now but not formally introduced myself and despite what was inferred earlier I am definitely not FIBD.
I had my first ST as a kid in 69/70 and have had one every year since. My dad was a mad blue who only stopped going in the late 90s when arthritis got the better of him and just before he died refused to let a porter wheel him at North Manchester General as he had a united badge.

Only time I questioned my allegiance was when I took my 9 year old daughter to Wembley in 99 and she was crying towards the 90th minute. She was going back to a school full of rags who'd just won a couple of pots. 5 minutes later and she knew exactly the meaning of pure joy.

I've defended City through years of mediocrity and pain which is why I can't believe some of the negativity on here. We have the best owners, the best Manager, the most unbelievable squad of players and as I'm getting towards my 60s, I just wish I was 20 or so years younger.

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Postby john@staustell » Sat Feb 16, 2019 2:30 pm

nottsblue wrote:
stupot wrote:Hi guys, I've sent a few posts now but not formally introduced myself and despite what was inferred earlier I am definitely not FIBD.
I had my first ST as a kid in 69/70 and have had one every year since. My dad was a mad blue who only stopped going in the late 90s when arthritis got the better of him and just before he died refused to let a porter wheel him at North Manchester General as he had a united badge.

Only time I questioned my allegiance was when I took my 9 year old daughter to Wembley in 99 and she was crying towards the 90th minute. She was going back to a school full of rags who'd just won a couple of pots. 5 minutes later and she knew exactly the meaning of pure joy.

I've defended City through years of mediocrity and pain which is why I can't believe some of the negativity on here. We have the best owners, the best Manager, the most unbelievable squad of players and as I'm getting towards my 60s, I just wish I was 20 or so years younger.

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Nice one Stupot. Welcome on board


Let the kids suffer.

My 3 were born in 87 89 and 91. They were all forced to suffer the 90s. It's character building.

Payback now though, I knew I was right
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Postby john@staustell » Sat Feb 16, 2019 2:30 pm

nottsblue wrote:
stupot wrote:Hi guys, I've sent a few posts now but not formally introduced myself and despite what was inferred earlier I am definitely not FIBD.
I had my first ST as a kid in 69/70 and have had one every year since. My dad was a mad blue who only stopped going in the late 90s when arthritis got the better of him and just before he died refused to let a porter wheel him at North Manchester General as he had a united badge.

Only time I questioned my allegiance was when I took my 9 year old daughter to Wembley in 99 and she was crying towards the 90th minute. She was going back to a school full of rags who'd just won a couple of pots. 5 minutes later and she knew exactly the meaning of pure joy.

I've defended City through years of mediocrity and pain which is why I can't believe some of the negativity on here. We have the best owners, the best Manager, the most unbelievable squad of players and as I'm getting towards my 60s, I just wish I was 20 or so years younger.

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Nice one Stupot. Welcome on board


Let the kids suffer.

My 3 were born in 87 89 and 91. They were all forced to suffer the 90s. It's character building.

Payback now though, I knew I was right
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Postby carl_feedthegoat » Sat Feb 16, 2019 2:45 pm

stupot wrote:pure joy.

I've defended City through years of mediocrity and pain which is why I can't believe some of the negativity on here. We have the best owners, the best Manager, the most unbelievable squad of players and as I'm getting towards my 60s, I just wish I was 20 or so years younger.

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So that means noone at MCFC is beyond criticism ?

Well that's that then , lets all hold fucking hands and sing we are the world !!!!!

P.S I was also in the Kippax when we were shit and how anyone could have defended Pearce and Allan Balls smeg fest of dished up so called football week after week was in need of serious fucking therapy.
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Postby john@staustell » Tue Feb 19, 2019 11:16 am

carl_feedthegoat wrote:
stupot wrote:pure joy.

I've defended City through years of mediocrity and pain which is why I can't believe some of the negativity on here. We have the best owners, the best Manager, the most unbelievable squad of players and as I'm getting towards my 60s, I just wish I was 20 or so years younger.

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P.S I was also in the Kippax when we were shit and how anyone could have defended Pearce and Allan Balls smeg fest of dished up so called football week after week was in need of serious fucking therapy.


We were there, right behind Curly Watts - till he went all posh and went in the boxes
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Postby johnny crossan » Tue Feb 19, 2019 12:02 pm

john@staustell wrote:
nottsblue wrote:
stupot wrote:Hi guys, I've sent a few posts now but not formally introduced myself and despite what was inferred earlier I am definitely not FIBD.
I had my first ST as a kid in 69/70 and have had one every year since. My dad was a mad blue who only stopped going in the late 90s when arthritis got the better of him and just before he died refused to let a porter wheel him at North Manchester General as he had a united badge.

Only time I questioned my allegiance was when I took my 9 year old daughter to Wembley in 99 and she was crying towards the 90th minute. She was going back to a school full of rags who'd just won a couple of pots. 5 minutes later and she knew exactly the meaning of pure joy.

I've defended City through years of mediocrity and pain which is why I can't believe some of the negativity on here. We have the best owners, the best Manager, the most unbelievable squad of players and as I'm getting towards my 60s, I just wish I was 20 or so years younger.

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Nice one Stupot. Welcome on board

Let the kids suffer.
My 3 were born in 87 89 and 91. They were all forced to suffer the 90s. It's character building.
Payback now though, I knew I was right
The parasite media identify us with that short period of struggle and try to define our history as a rise from obscure adversity to riches via a tainted foreign vanity purchase. Their hate-fuelled obscene narrative should be challenged whenever dipper and rag plankton such as the ratboys and Aldridge spew it out. We have always been a major footballing force on a par with any of the Sky four and our current owners have proved they stand alone in terms of their integrity and long term commitment.
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Postby john@staustell » Wed Feb 20, 2019 8:50 am

johnny crossan wrote:
john@staustell wrote:
nottsblue wrote:
stupot wrote:Hi guys, I've sent a few posts now but not formally introduced myself and despite what was inferred earlier I am definitely not FIBD.
I had my first ST as a kid in 69/70 and have had one every year since. My dad was a mad blue who only stopped going in the late 90s when arthritis got the better of him and just before he died refused to let a porter wheel him at North Manchester General as he had a united badge.

Only time I questioned my allegiance was when I took my 9 year old daughter to Wembley in 99 and she was crying towards the 90th minute. She was going back to a school full of rags who'd just won a couple of pots. 5 minutes later and she knew exactly the meaning of pure joy.

I've defended City through years of mediocrity and pain which is why I can't believe some of the negativity on here. We have the best owners, the best Manager, the most unbelievable squad of players and as I'm getting towards my 60s, I just wish I was 20 or so years younger.

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Nice one Stupot. Welcome on board

Let the kids suffer.
My 3 were born in 87 89 and 91. They were all forced to suffer the 90s. It's character building.
Payback now though, I knew I was right
The parasite media identify us with that short period of struggle and try to define our history as a rise from obscure adversity to riches via a tainted foreign vanity purchase. Their hate-fuelled obscene narrative should be challenged whenever dipper and rag plankton such as the ratboys and Aldridge spew it out. We have always been a major footballing force on a par with any of the Sky four and our current owners have proved they stand alone in terms of their integrity and long term commitment.


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Postby CBEM » Sat Feb 23, 2019 1:16 pm

Blue since 1966 when I went to my first match at maine rd with my uncle, I know have 5 children and 5 grandchildren who are blues too. Not a fan of PC talk and like to say what I mean without being policed by a cult like mentality.

A quick browse of this site is evidence that at least you can have disagreements on here without being put on silent like you can at the other ahem football site, with that said it's good to be here and thanks to whoever admitted me.
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Postby CTID Hants » Sat Feb 23, 2019 1:34 pm

CBEM wrote:Blue since 1966 when I went to my first match at maine rd with my uncle, I know have 5 children and 5 grandchildren who are blues too. Not a fan of PC talk and like to say what I mean without being policed by a cult like mentality.

A quick browse of this site is evidence that at least you can have disagreements on here without being put on silent like you can at the other ahem football site, with that said it's good to be here and thanks to whoever admitted me.


Welcome CBEM

I think the only rule other than no rags or dippers allowed obviously, is we don't talk politics

Feel free to call a spade, a spade

CB = Colin Bell? EM =?

At Wembley tomorrow?
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Postby CBEM » Sat Feb 23, 2019 1:42 pm

CTID Hants wrote:
CBEM wrote:Blue since 1966 when I went to my first match at maine rd with my uncle, I know have 5 children and 5 grandchildren who are blues too. Not a fan of PC talk and like to say what I mean without being policed by a cult like mentality.

A quick browse of this site is evidence that at least you can have disagreements on here without being put on silent like you can at the other ahem football site, with that said it's good to be here and thanks to whoever admitted me.


Welcome CBEM

I think the only rule other than no rags or dippers allowed obviously, is we don't talk politics

Feel free to call a spade, a spade

CB = Colin Bell? EM =?

At Wembley tomorrow?


Sadly work is getting in the way tomorrow mate, I know it's Sunday but I only work a few hours at the weekend and am retired all week in my semi-retirement.

CBEM is an anagram from my old army days it's one I use to keep my arm in so to say.

Colin Bell is the best player ever to have put on a city shirt IMO with Merlin probably poised to take his crown when he retires, I wish we had a 24 year old Kinky to see how he'd play in this side we have now.

And you're absolutely right politics can get in the way of blues getting together and talking to each other as the brothers we are.

And thanks for the welcome mate :)
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Postby IanWright » Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:41 pm

Oi!

Where's your Europa League thread, chaps?

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Postby Nigels Tackle » Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:48 pm

IanWright wrote:Oi!

Where's your Europa League thread, chaps?

;)


feel free to start one, ian
hoping you win it and finish 5th or 6th in the league and the rags finish 4th and miss out on the cl!
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Postby IanWright » Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:57 pm

Cheers mate.

Might just do that.

Reckon you guys will beat the Swans on Sat? Looks tricky on paper. I'd say go full strength and advocate professionalism.
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