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citymancs / Re: Chairman's interview
« Last post by KunDB on Today at 11:19:27 »
A bit of PR the annual interview but at least informative in some ways.

We are in the hands of top professionals and that is what matters. They can make mistakes as we all do, but in the big picture they will progress the club and have already done amazing things.
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citymancs / Re: Mahrez
« Last post by KunDB on Today at 11:16:50 »
Not so sure. Immensely talented player, amazing first touch but no real work rate and goes missing in the big games far too often.
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citymancs / Mahrez
« Last post by Paddy on Today at 11:07:58 »
Was never a big fan of his in the past but i think we should keep him.....
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citymancs / Re: Chairman's interview
« Last post by Paddy on Today at 10:59:41 »
Good interview, answered all the questions and then some. I could listen to him all day.....
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citymancs / Re: The transfer thread
« Last post by Paddy on Today at 10:56:47 »
Sterling just been honoured in the Queens list.....
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citymancs / Re: Raheem Sterling
« Last post by KunDB on Today at 09:24:02 »
The announcement means he has accepted it. Checked in advance. Don’t believe in the honour system just another route to enrich the privileged, politicians, political donors, government lackeys and funders, contributing to inequality in society. Those who deserve Honors general my do not get them or get minor honours. Those who deserve it were the front line staff in the NHS not some privileged well off person like Kate Bingham who run the vaccine program and hit made a Dame. She only got that job because of her political connections anyway.

Honours are a farce and a political tool to buy people off
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citymancs / Re: Raheem Sterling
« Last post by Hesperus on Today at 08:37:20 »
Member of the British Empire…..

Do we think he’ll accept it? Puts him in a difficult position I think with the links to the British Empire and slavery.

It’s a well deserved award though. They should maybe look to rebrand it.
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citymancs / Re: Taking the knee
« Last post by Unknown Pleasures on Today at 08:03:39 »
If 'taking a knee' makes one person question their attitude towards racism then it's worth it. The booing of the gesture is the very reason the protest should go on; asking for it to stop is asking for inequality to continue.

You only have to look at Twitter this morning and the reaction to Raheem Sterling receiving an MBE to realise how bitter and twisted people can be.
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citymancs / Raheem Sterling
« Last post by stephenmcfc on Today at 05:15:15 »
MBE

Congratulations
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citymancs / Re: Taking the knee
« Last post by KunDB on Yesterday at 23:16:54 »
Another American import we dont need. Bin it off.

On that skewed logic we must have imported inequality then. Another excuse to stop people peacefully protesting against being treated unfairly and unequally. Pathetic really.
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