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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Tue Jan 08, 2013 6:09 am

The Closed season (The Olympics and all that)
At the beginning of May Sisu apologised for all the mistakes they had made but no Coventry fan was in the mood to accept them. Meanwhile successful youth coach Lee Carsley gain promotion as the new reserve team coach, as reserve team football would finally return the next season. In the local elections Labour stayed in power in the Coventry council whilst Coventry citizens rejected an elected mayor by two to one. It was then revealed that a Chinese business called Wanda was looking into investing into the club and the development of the site. Meanwhile in Scotland still a Coventry player James McPake scored Hibs only goal in the Scottish Cup final 5-1 defeat against Hearts. Back with the players still at the club and City turned down an offer from Bristol City for Keogh. At board level bridges seemed to be built as Gary Hoffman and Joe Elliot were invited to rejoin the board. The board meanwhile were busy trying to sell our players as Chesterfield were after Richard Wood. There were a couple of distractions for City fans at the beginning of June as the Queen celebrated her diamond jubilee as the European Championships opened in Poland and The Ukraine. England kicked off their campaign with a 1-1 draw with France. During the early stages of the tournament City drew Dagenham and Redbridge in the League Cup as Sisu finally handed in their accounts and City fans waited for the transfer embargo to be lifted. Back in The Ukraine and England finally beat Sweden in a competitive game 3-2. City fans had another reason to celebrate the next day as the club axed coach Steve Harrison the man many had pointed to for City’s poor form. With only days before the transfer embargo would be lifted City’s number one target James Collins couldn’t wait and opted to sign for Swindon instead. This transfer broke the new wages rule in League One later resulting in a transfer embargo for the Wiltshire Club but many City fans were angry they had let a forward slip through their fingers. Back in the Euros England beat the joint hosts The Ukraine to reach the knock out stage and again a day after the England game City fans could celebrate as the transfer embargo was lifted but this meant players could leave as well. Meanwhile England went out of the Euros after yet another penalty defeat this time to Italy. Again a day after an England game City had some good news as legend Richard Shaw was returning to the club as coach most were very happy at the appointment but worried that the coaching staff were made up of two defenders a goalkeeper and a defensive midfielder. Not everything was going smoothly at City as comments made on Twitter by Gary Deegan about the IRA forced the club to suspend the player so they could investigate the comments. The beginning of July saw Spain wrap up an entertaining Euros hammering Italy in the final. As veteran Kevin Kilbane joined in the first day of training with City it was reported they were after an “international forward”. The next day his identity was revealed as low scoring forward Stephen Elliott from Hearts another player from Scotland joined as City picked over the ashes of Glasgow Rangers and brought in John Fleck players from Rangers never seemed to play well for City but Fleck had the qualities to be the best since Colin Stein but that wasn’t saying much. It wasn’t all players coming in as Newcastle surprisingly paid half a million for Bigirimana for their development squad but he played more games than many had thought and earned good reviews. City opened up the pre-season friends with an 8-0 romp at Hinckley they only won there 3-0 last pre-season it wouldn’t be the last time Hinckley’s ground would be in the news. Whilst City were on their pre-season tour of Scotland and beating non league Brora Rangers 5-0 City signed two French defenders with the unlikely names of William and Kevin. Second game on tour saw City beaten for the 1st time a 1-0 at Ross County. The inevitable then happen as Richard Keogh was sold to Derby for a million a great servant for the club in his two years here. Derby did let forward Chris Ball come to City he had scored against City the previous season. Another loan player soon joined as City loaned in Reece Brown from Man United as the new team was taking shape. City then lost again this time against Inverness 3-1. It was the “summer of sport” as Bradley Wiggins became the first every Brit to win the Tour de France and days later the greatest show on earth came to Coventry as “The City of Coventry Stadium” hosted two games in the Women’s tournament seeing Japan beating Canada 2-1 and Sweden hammering South Africa 4-1. The next day the ground hosted a Men’s match as Belarus beat New Zealand by a single goal. The Olympic football at the ground as incredible not so the quality of the games but the whole atmosphere with fans from all over the world in Coventry. Fears over security were unfounded as fans milled around the ground soaking up the atmosphere as the locals were filled with pride the Olympics were in the City and the world famous Olympic Rings were up on the traffic island welcoming everyone to the event. A day lather The Olympics officially opened with a breathtaking ceremony, which included a bust of a Specials song, and Coventry made Taxis, which went well with the Olympic torch that was made in Coventry. The quality of games at the ground wasn’t great as the crowd sat through a dull scoreless draw between the Women of Japan and Sweden before a far better game seeing Canada with their “hot shot” Christine Sinclair defeat South Africa 3-0. Meanwhile City were at nearby Nuneaton and fell to a worrying 1-0 defeat. Back at The City of Coventry Stadium saw two men’s matches Mexico beating Gabon 2-0 before South Korea defeated Switzerland 2-1. People may have been enjoying the football at the ground but it was looking gloomy for City as they crashed 4-1 at Wrexham. Back in Coventry Cameroon lost to New Zealand in the Women’s tournament 3-1 but the big news was that GB’s Ladies would be playing their quarter final in Coventry and a mini Olympic Cup fever swept the ground.


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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Mon Jan 07, 2013 4:46 am

Thanks once again Choccy P for the match report and the "Scores on the doors" Smile


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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Jan 06, 2013 11:55 pm

Report in.
Game 35 here is the player of teh season comp, 3pts for 1st , 2 pts for 2nd and 1pt for 3rd.
1st McGoldrick 27pts
2nd Baker 23pts
3rd Edjenguele 21 pts
4th Moussa 15pts
5th Wood 14 pts
6th Bailey 12
7th No one 11 pts
8th Muprhy and McSheffrey 10pts
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Jan 06, 2013 10:09 pm

April (The month of the fool. Tears of a clown)
City started the month in 21st one place above the drop zone and Bristol City but we had a vastly superior goal difference with six games to go. Next up were Peterborough at home but any thoughts of an easy victory were quashed when they took an early lead City battled back to lead at half time but the City again conceded from a corner and it ended 2-2. City two points clear later that day in a relegation six-pointer Bristol travelled to Nottingham and managed one shot on target whilst Forest bombarded Bristol’s goal but with “Calamity” James dropped a weeks previous the Robins held out for an unlikely win and City were back in the drop zone. To make matters worse our next trip was to Ashton Gate on Easter Monday to play Bristol a must not loose game had now become a must win game. History was against us as we had only won one out of the last twenty-three Easter Monday games away. Things started well as former loan player John Stead scored an own goal it was City’s 100th own goal in our league history but City collapsed in the 2nd half despite Bristol having a player sent off late they won 3-1 to leave City staring into the abyss. A sonic boom was heard over Coventry a few days later it made have been a plane or the breaking of City’s resistance. A trip north for the penultimate away game and this has happened six times in our history in the 2nd flight and we lost all six but City needed to put the performance at Bristol behind them. At Burnley City started well but the home side scored against the run of play and with Bristol also winning it looked all but over for City. Things were going against City as Norwood was subjected to a waist high tackle without any action taken. Into the 2nd half and with City losing Thorn threw on three players to rescue the season and it worked the players inspired City and one of the subs Platt levelled just as news came through that Bristol City had lost a two goal lead in their game and were also level. City were on top and looking for a winner when another sub Christie was taken out with a knee high tackle again the referee took no action and City were forced to play with ten men and Christie would be out injured for months and City hung on for a point. Doncaster were the first Championship to be relegated a team that City would play in the last home game of the season. Tuesday 17th City played Millwall at home the London team had nothing to play for and City needed a win. Half time came with the 21st 0-0 of the season but the second half saw City awarded a penalty but McSheffrey had his spot kicked saved and City went on to loose 1-0 to take a step closer to the drop as City were now five points from safety with two to play. With Sisu again refusing to pay the rent on the ground and Andy Thorn also had a rant at Sisu at the lack of support as injuries meant that City had only twelve fit first teamers for the visit of Doncaster. Half time 0-0 again and with Bristol City beating Barnsley at home City were all but relegated as the 1987 Cup winning team were paraded on the pitch at half time which only rubbed salt into the wound. Things go worse as Keogh brought down a player and was sent off meaning he would miss his first minutes of action since joining us. Doncaster went on to win 2-0 against a dispirited team and City were relegated. Fans stayed behind and sang the managers name and applauded the team in a “lap of appreciation” before fans left the ground many could hardly believe we would be playing third tier football next season. As soon as the last City fan left work was undertaken to transform The Rioch into The City of Coventry Stadium in time for the Olympics. The following Monday Coventry had the honour of unofficially opening the Olympics as Senegal beat Oman 2-0 in a qualifier in front of 11,000 fans. Final game of the season was away to Southampton and more rubbing of salt was undertaken as the Saints were on the verge of promotion and for the 2nd season running City fans had to endure other fans celebrating promotion. City slumped to the biggest defeat of the season but at least some of the younger players got a game included Will Roberts and Joe Henderson both making their debuts. Finally the dreadful season ended with Saints fans applauding City fans and even one home fan had a “Sisu out” banner as they nearly took over there. So the dreadful season had ended with only one away win and relegation if that wasn’t hard enough for the fans the prices at away grounds didn’t help with programmes costing £73.50, petrol for five sharing a car £200.50, tickets for away games £593, car parking £65.90 and hours travelled from Coventry 199 hours and 54 minutes to watch a team in terminal decline.
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Jan 06, 2013 6:15 am

Can't wait to read what Choccy P thought about the Spurs v Cov City game?
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sat Jan 05, 2013 6:17 am

Great to be able to read back Choccy

The avatar Choccy is 7 weeks old Steve (Chyna).....he really should have been in Sky Blue Smile
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Fri Jan 04, 2013 9:48 pm

March (The month of the god of war as City start fighting)
City started the month in the drop zone 3 points behind Bristol City and safety. It was the seventh time City had been in the drop zone with 13 games to go and had only survived three of them. To make matters worse Sisu again failed to hand the accounts in on time meaning we were back in a transfer embargo. Next up was the daunting trip to Leicester a ground we had failed to win on for the eight pervious visits all with eight different managers the ninth visit saw Andy Thorn officially in charge but he was ill and Steve Harrison was “manning the battlements”. It was a game of penalties as Murphy saved one before the referee somehow missed two blatant handballs by Leicester players before Nimley won a penalty and the resultant spot kick taken by sub Clingan was saved by Schmeichel in the Foxes goal and City lost 2-0. Cody McDonald came off the bench for his first game of the year. Next up was Palace at home and Andy Thorn was fit enough to resume duties he handed Nathan Cameron his first game of the year. City went a goal down via a penalty but inspired by Keogh fought back to gain a point with a McDonald goal. Again the referee seemed to give everything against City. For the next match it was “The Return of the King” as Birmingham were in town for an early kick off that attracted the season’s highest home gate of twenty two thousand plus. A victory and City would have exited the drop zone for a least a couple of hours. Former Birmingham player McSheffrey put City a goal up in the second half but our safety out of the bottom three lasted three minutes as of all people King levelled. Later that week Gael Bigirimana won the “Apprentice of the Year” signalling to other clubs his talent. Next task was to try to prevent an unwanted record, as City had never lost eleven away league games in a row in a single season after losing the pervious ten City travelled to Watford. There was a great atmosphere at Vicarage Road created by the away fans and the Watford mascot Hornet who tried his best to get the home fans singing but to no success, half time scoreless for the 19th time this season that equals a club record since promotion. Despite a couple of close calls City came away with a creditable 0-0 draw this meant Murphy finally kept an away clean sheet in the league his first since his Scunthorpe days 28th December 2010. Despite the draw City were looking light in midfield with Clingan and Deegan looking poor only helped out by an excellent Norwood. About two hundred fans made the long mid week trip to see City at Cardiff. Things didn’t start well as McDonald scored on own goal beating Cardiff’s Ben Turner to the ball to head it into his own net. Early in the second half McSheffrey missed from the penalty spot by blasting the ball over the crossbar. Clarke levelled for City before Cardiff went two-one up via Whittingham late in the game but an injury time goal by Norwood gave City a well-earned point. A massive “six pointer” was next as bottom team Portsmouth arrived at The Rioch on Legend’s Day. No goals at half time yet another post promotion record but City scored twice in the second half to record a victory the first for six games. At the end of the month Lloyd McGrath hosted an evening with John Sillett at Hawkes Mill Lane and a good time was had by all the former manager told the crowd that he turned down an invite by Sisu to be the club president not wanting to be a scapegoat for their problems. The end of the month City faced a trip to Hull and for once it was a successful outing with a late McDonald goal making it 2-0 City won away for the first time that season and moved out of the bottom three.
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Wed Jan 02, 2013 9:57 pm

February (Month of purification, City are purified of points but it is not all doom and gloom just mostly)
City started the month bottom 7 points behind Millwall and safety with the poorest away record in the division. Better news on the transfer front as City loaned Manchester United’s midfielder Oliver Norwood. First match of the month was at home to Ipswich as Oliver Norwood made his debut from the bench and another sub Jordan Willis played for the first time that year. Millwall lost earlier that day meaning a City win could cut the point’s gap to just five. City kicked off in the snow and City came back from a goal down to lead at half time the second goal was scored by Deegan his third of the season which made him 2nd highest scorer. Ipswich levelled in the 2nd half and not for the first time that season City conceded in injury time to gift a victory to the visitors. Before the next game many thought we might get in on loan a forward or two to boost our goal tally but none where signed when City turned up at Reading. Some good news two City players were in the running for Championship apprentice of the year Gael Bigirimana and Cyrus Christie. The “Save our City” campaign organised a “support the team day” and there was a good turn out in Berkshire. Murphy stretched his run without an away league sheet to 60 weeks and didn’t have a good game whilst City fans sang “going down and still singing” to the tune of Tom Harks whilst some demolished advertising boards at the back of the away end and passed them overhead as City lost 2-0. On St Valentine’s Day City hosted Leeds and Gary McSheffrey made his 200th appearance one of only 45 players to do so. City were level in injury time thanks to a McSheffrey penalty when for the second time in that game Nimely was upended in the box and McSheffrey stepped forward for a pressure penalty and scored to lift City off the bottom of the table. A few days later things looked a touch brighter as Porstmouth entered administration again but many were surprised when they were only deducted ten points. Next up was a massive relegation “six pointer” away to Nottingham Forest. City were now only a point away from safety as the team with the worst home record took on the team with the worst away record. Yet another injury time goal was conceded but City were already a goal down and slipped to ignominious defeat. “Hartlepool on a Tuesday” was sung by some City fans at the end as City surrendered. Thankfully next up was a team that hasn’t won in Coventry since 1923, Barnsley and they was not going to break that record as City scored an injury time winner after the impressive Norwood found Platt and “The Tree” scored with a header.
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Wed Jan 02, 2013 9:56 pm

Just one of those days. We can't win at home. Maybe if the rent is settled we will play better but we have some big home games coming up we need to start winning them if we want a play off place.
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Wed Jan 02, 2013 6:28 am

Oh drat...... I was certain we'd get three points today.

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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Wed Jan 02, 2013 2:28 am

Hi All.....and may I say....nice work Choccy P...excellent read mate....

Team for today

Murphy,

Christie, Wood, Edjenguele, Adams

Baker, Jennings, Fleck, Moussa

McGoldrick, McSheffrey

Subs, Dunn, Clarke J, Cameron, Elliott, Clarke L, Bailey, Barton....

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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Wed Jan 02, 2013 12:14 am

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL THE SKY BLUE FANS cheers


And a big THANK YOU to Choccy Penguin for his match reports and info.

Thanks for your latest report......had to smile at your info on the ladies loo.....don't go next door telling Bond about it or he'll be there at their every home game.....well forget the football he'll just be hanging about in the ladies loo. Smile

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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Tue Jan 01, 2013 10:06 pm

New Year so it's Year review time
Oh no, not another Year’s review

As John Lennon sang “another year’s over a new one’s just begun.” 2012 will go down as one of the few relegation seasons the fans have had to suffer with the dramas off the pitch as bad as the one on it and trying to apart to lower level football. In 2012 we have used 46 the highest number of players in our league history in a single calendar year beating the 43 players we used in 1928. This year we have earned 58 points which is the fourth best since relegation from the Premier only being beaten by three years 2002 63 points, 2006 68 points and 2010 60 points.

January (Sick and tired of you hanging on me)
City started the year in the drop zone five points adrift of safety. First game of the New Year was a real tough one away to promotion chasing West Ham United. Before the game Kev Monks received another Fan of the Year award this time it was the Joseph Wratton Award for disabled fan of the year. The first team of the year was in goal Joe Murphy, the back four were Martin Cranie, Richard Keogh, Richard Wood and Chris Hussey with David Bell, Gary Deegan, Carl Baker and Connor Thomas in midfield leaving Gary McSheffrey and Lucas Jutkiewicz up front. Gael Bigirimana and Shaun Jeffers came off the bench. City went down 1-0 but Murphy for once had a good game in goal the result meant that City hit the bottom of the Championship and seven points from safety. First home game of the year was an FA Cup tie with another Championship promotion contender in Southampton. This was the day of the big protest against Sisu where fans were encouraged to miss the first 15 minutes of the game and by kick off there were 300-400 fans around ”The Chin” the informal name of the Jimmy Hill statue. Those fans missed City marching out wearing a replica of the 1987 final kit in celebration of 25 years since winning the cup but not many were interested in celebrating. Three players made their first starts Chris Dunn, Cyrus Christie and Roy O’Donovan. Midfielder Josh Ruffles came off the bench during the game as City could only name six subs. City took the lead via McSheffrey whilst the protesters were still outside but ended up losing 2-1. Sisu finally allowed Andy Thorn to bring in new players and first on his list was a forward; Manchester City’s Alex Tchuimeni-Nimely called simply Alex Nimely. City were struggling to score goals there was a lot of weight on the youngster’s shoulders. The reason why Sisu allowed us to sign a player soon became apparent when Middlesbrough signed City’s top scorer in Lucas Jutkiewicz he had scored 18 goals in 69 games hardly a great strike rate but he looked like the only City player capable of scoring goals. Was this the signing of the death warrant for City? Middlesbrough paid 1.5 million for him and to the beginning of December had scored 7 goals in 31 games, which is around £200,000 per goal. His replacement, Nimely was not signed in time for the trip to Derby. One slight piece of good news was that City’s match day programme had been voted the best in the Championship. Rumours were flying around about other players other were on the verge of leaving both Cranie and Christie were being watched whilst Clingan was reported to be on his way to Leeds, Keogh to West Ham and McDonald to Swindon. Playing for the first time this year were James McPake, Sammy Clingan, and Clive Platt and coming off the bench were Jordan Clarke playing his first game of the season and another player back after a long lay off Freddy Eastwood. A new song for the City fans caught on as Depeche Mode’s “Just can’t get enough” was sung with force for the first time at an away game. City went down by a single goal scored by Callum Ball and City’s failure to score now meant they were the lowest scorers in the division. City got in more help as veteran Iceland International Hermann Hdreidarsson came on a free a player with a nasty habit of playing for relegation sides. Next game was at home to Middlesbrough but thanks to an agreement Jutkiewicz couldn’t play but Nimely who had an unsuccessful loan at Middlesbrough made his debut along with Hdreidarsson. It was the young forward that made the headlines as City raced into a 3-1 lead with Nimely scoring Middlesbrough ended with nine players on the pitch but City had won for the first time this year and did they unearth a saviour in Nimely? It was then rumoured that Gary Hoffman was back in talks with Sisu but no one took it very seriously. City started to trim the budget as James McPake went off on loan to Hibs he would end up as Captain score in the Scottish Cup final but injuries kept his appearances down he would later join them permanently. Last day of the month saw another tricky trip as City headed off to Blackpool on the way up many heard that Hibs had signed Roy O’Donovan on loan many hoped it would be a permanent move but he was the only player to move on before the transfer deadline day. City shocked everyone by taking the lead via Thomas’ first ever goal as the handful of away fans sang “You must be s**, you must be s***, we’re winning away, you must be s***”. Unfortunately City couldn’t hang on and conceded two late goals to leave the away fans heartbroken. The first goal happened when Hdreidarsson slipped and dislocated his shoulder he would never play for City again whilst Joe Murphy’s record of not keeping an away league clean sheet stretched to 57 weeks. So one win in January and most where glad to see the back of it.
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 30, 2012 11:11 pm

Dog nab it another victory to report on even with the Elliott up front we look full of goals another three well taken strikes Moussa's was brilliant and Elliott's second was a type of goal only a forward on form would score but he's hardly played great times
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 30, 2012 6:57 am

I bet Gus woke a lot of neighbours up with his yelling Smile

Oh btw got a christmas card from the Sitton Bros.....lots and lots of nattering about Cov City. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 30, 2012 5:04 am

Well what an exciting game to listen to...and we won 2-3 with Elliot scoring two quick second half goals
Looking forward to Choccy's report...when he calms down that is...lol.

Gus will sleep happy tonight methinks...xx

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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 30, 2012 4:49 am

Lets go C I T Y ,LETS GO

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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 30, 2012 3:02 am

We will see over the next 90 mins or so...what the future may hold for the MIGHTY skyblues... mug ... headball

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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 30, 2012 2:39 am

Team today v MK Dons

Murphy,

Christie, Wood, Edjenguele, Adams

Baker, Moussa, Jennings, Fleck

McSheffrey, Elliot

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Dunn, Clarke Cameron, Odonovan, McDonald, Barton Thomas

Massive game today....PUSB
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sat Dec 29, 2012 6:57 am

I think MP have won a lot of people over Gus.

Thanks again for the match report Choccy P.
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Fri Dec 28, 2012 10:54 pm

Hey Choccy...

Question Sir.....I know we are in deep doggy doo for MK Dons with no McGoldrick, but I think we have abigger problem

with no Bailey....Who will do his work for us?

I do think that Mark Robins has really won me over, he seems the most stable of managers we have had since.....sugar

I cant think of one.....

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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Thu Dec 27, 2012 11:09 pm

Flippin' 'ell w ehad 74% of the ball yesterday!
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Thu Dec 27, 2012 11:03 pm

Never thought we would score yesterday but we did in the end and the right team won but how will we cope without McGoldrick and Bailey?
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Thu Dec 27, 2012 2:38 am

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MERRY CHRISTMAS ALL....

Hope you all had far too much to eat and drink (cos I did)

Heres you team v Stevenage

Murphy

Christie, Wood, Edjenguele, Adams

Baker, Jennings, Bailey, Moussa

McSheffrey, McGoldrick

Subs Dunn, Clarke J, Barton, Odonovan, Cameron, Elliott, Fleck

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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Mon Dec 24, 2012 4:44 am

Happy Christmas all CCFC

Thanks again Choccy P for the match report......
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 23, 2012 10:23 pm

A short match report just in not a great performance but we didn't loose at least we are closer to the play offs then relegation.
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Thu Dec 20, 2012 1:01 am

Just got yours today Choccy P.......thank you.
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Wed Dec 19, 2012 9:04 pm

Forgot to say thanks for teh christmas card Vicky
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Tue Dec 18, 2012 7:29 pm

Hi there...I also see that McGoldrick is the leading scorer in our league and we had 4 players in the team of the week in the Sun's sport section...somebody left it on one of the canteen tables...thats my excuse anyway...lol.
Arranged to meet Rob in the casino before the game for a pint or two...

Gus...say hello for me on the comms chat site please... bondchamps

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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Mon Dec 17, 2012 7:29 am

Thanks for the brill report Choccy P it was lovely to read. ccfcok

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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Mon Dec 17, 2012 2:15 am

Report in and now we are jiont 2nd highest scorers in the divsion and playing team like DOncaster off the park
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 16, 2012 7:41 am

Wow come on Cov play offs here we come.......

Oh David, Rob & Matthew will be going to the Preston game Malc.....
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 16, 2012 5:00 am

You thought that was good Gus...full time...1-4 to the briliant SKYBLUES...

So another goal laden report to come from our roving reporter choccy the main man.

Will be at the game next week as up to give mum her b/day and xmas gifts...not sure where to sit...so much on offer...do I go for the soft or hard seats???


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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 16, 2012 3:57 am

Well this is so fantastic

Half time Doncaster 0-2 City

Goals for Moussa and McGoldrick

COME N CITY...
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 16, 2012 2:35 am

Team v Doncaster Rovers

Murphy,

Christie, Wood, Edjenguele, Adams

Barton, Bailey, Jennings, Moussa

McSheffrey, McGoldrick....

dare we hope?
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Tue Dec 11, 2012 8:05 am

Brilliant read Choccy P.....thank you. xx
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:08 am

Another bag full of goals to report on life can be hard cheers
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:30 am

Well as Malc says "A turn up for the books" and Gus hasn't said "Oh dear oh dear oh dear" for ages....things are on the up guys.
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 09, 2012 5:23 am

Well another turn up for the books...last time we played this lot we won 6-1...so we failed???

Looking forward to Choccy's report...hope we have somewhere else lined up to play after Boxing day... soaps

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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:33 am

Team v Warsaw

Murphy

Christie, Wood, The edge, Adams

Baker, Bailey, Jennings, Moussa

Mc Sheffrey, McGoldrick

Subs

Dunn, Clarke, McDonald, Barton, Fleck, ODonovan, Willis

All we need now is a proper board room and a ground!!
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Thu Dec 06, 2012 6:02 am

cheers YEAH!!!!!!.

Thanks for the match report Choccy P.
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Wed Dec 05, 2012 10:10 pm

Another penalty shoot out win great stuff. I think the highest team left in our half of the draw is 11th placed Preston!
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Wed Dec 05, 2012 7:34 pm

Wow...must be the best penalty takers in England...ha ha haaaaaaaaa.

Did not get to listen to the game as had a union meeting to attend...seemed like a quite even game by the only report I have read so far.

Hi Choccy..so lots of goals to write about in your prievous reports to keep you busy... fish fish ,...keep up the good work chap.

Onwards and ...errr...upwards we go. headball

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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Tue Dec 04, 2012 5:05 am

Don't worry you can now sing ccfcok "Totnum or Chelsea United or anyone .........." Smile

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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Mon Dec 03, 2012 9:52 pm

Match report in not a great game but we are through but totally underwelmed by the cup draw Spurs at home would of been great.
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Mon Dec 03, 2012 4:08 am

Yes Gus we're into the next round and I suppose we should be thankful about that but we might come up against a tougher opponent in the next round so we have to start playing our best.
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 02, 2012 11:35 am

Finished 2-1 to City

but not a complete performance from what I gather off the radio

All the same we are through to the 3rd round proper...PUSB
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Dec 02, 2012 2:40 am

Team for Morcombe

Dunn

Christie, wood, Edjenguele, Adam

Baker, Barton, Jennings, Moussa

McSheffrey, O'Donovan

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Burge, Clarke, Cameron, McDonald, Fleck,Ball, Lobjoit
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Mon Nov 26, 2012 8:30 am

Good match report Choccy P Thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: FOOTY CHAT   Sun Nov 25, 2012 6:27 am

I really thought we'd sail through this......at the last minute too. headbanger headbanger headbanger
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