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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis Benali (on loan) View Post
    10-0 aggregate.

    Matching Forest's win against Chester in 88.
    Apparently there are a number of 10-0 aggregates, which is the record. City missed the chance to be the sole record holders. We can only imagine the meltdown on the City forums.

    It only takes a second to score a goal.

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    Guardiola out!

    „I believe in socialism because it seems more humanitarian, rather than every man for himself and 'I'm alright jack' and all those arsehole businessmen with all the loot. I made up my mind from viewing society from that angle. That's where I'm from and there's where I've made my decisions from. That's why I believe in socialism“

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    Tommy Gaynor > Gabriel Jesus


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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis Benali (on loan) View Post
    Tommy Gaynor > Gabriel Jesus
    Understandable really; Gaynor could cross a football, and we all know Jesus was rubbish on crosses.


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    Gloria would be a good fit for Martin’s Irish revolution at Forest.


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    Highlight of Burtons season


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    Highlight of Burtons season
    Tommy Gaynor?


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    Gaurdiola played the kids too. He gave a couple of debuts to young players. He took the risk and it paid off. Took bottle to play the kids in a cup semi final.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravi View Post
    Apparently there are a number of 10-0 aggregates, which is the record. City missed the chance to be the sole record holders. We can only imagine the meltdown on the City forums.
    We can only imagine how many they would have put past our players in their most recent state of mind.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravi View Post
    Gaurdiola played the kids too. He gave a couple of debuts to young players. He took the risk and it paid off. Took bottle to play the kids in a cup semi final.
    Burton needed to score 9 goals before that risk would have backfired. Riverboat Pep, he's not.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis Benali (on loan) View Post
    Tommy Gaynor?
    OOOOH Tommy Gaynor!!!


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    City have a shot as the clock hits 115 minutes. Chelsea's brat in goal saves it and feigns injury. By 121 minutes we've seen ten more seconds of football. Board goes up with 3 minutes injury time for the whole of extra time. Another Chelsea player goes down. Bring in the game clock.


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    Unbelievable scenes. Sarri storming off.


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    That is a disgrace, what chance does Sarri have in that toxic dressing room.


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    That's ghe most a manager has looked like a dead man walking since Venables replaced Bryan Robson at Middlesboro but Robson was still allowed to sit in the dugout.

    Sarri spend two or three minutes tying to sub his goalkeeper who refuses to come off. Sarri gestures at him to get off the pitch, and he refuses. Sarri slams down his manager's jotter and storms off down the tunnel before coming back.

    He's in a no win situation now. He loses and he's lost again. He wins and the goalkeeper who defied him wins it for Chelsea.


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    And Chelsea's keeper lets Aguero's pea-roller through his arms


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    He shouldn't ever play for them again, loan him to Vitesse


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    Justice is done. Kepa helps Chelsea lose the cup.


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    Sarri had to stand his ground and get him off the pitch. If he makes the substitution the ref makes him leaves. Zola sat back down and let it happen. Probably considering it is the goalkeeper he more likely to be working with next month out of the two.


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    He'd have been straight off the pitch had Haard told him to go.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis Benali (on loan) View Post
    Sarri had to stand his ground and get him off the pitch. If he makes the substitution the ref makes him leaves. Zola sat back down and let it happen. Probably considering it is the goalkeeper he more likely to be working with next month out of the two.
    The Chelsea players should have forced him off.


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    What happened with the keeper there is worse for Sarri than any of his defeats this season. Pretty shocking from the keeper and no manager can really come back from that kind or insubordination.


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    Mark Pougatch

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    Kepa has refused to go to bed on time. In front of everyone.



    That sums it up.


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    Sarri should go and congratulate Pep and the City players and then leave.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    The Chelsea players should have forced him off.
    The players want him gone. Like they wanted Conte gone. Like they wanted Mourinho gone.

    Where was the captain?

    And heard an interview with Rudiger last week that started "he's a good manager but...". He's got no hope because Abramovich backs his players every time andwhen the players decide they want a manager gone, he goes.

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