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citymancs / Re: How to fit KDB in?
« Last post by The Blue Blooded Maniac on Yesterday at 22:42:32 »

More concerned what City will do if  Fernandinho get's an injury who is  his replacement?


Stones has had a bit of a practice there in a few games.
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citymancs / Re: How to fit KDB in?
« Last post by goat on Yesterday at 20:08:00 »
never did replace javi garcia
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citymancs / Re: How to fit KDB in?
« Last post by zacc on Yesterday at 16:59:06 »
What a great conundrum to have. Thing is it's long ol' season reckon as he get's fitter he'll be used to give others a break.
More concerned what City will do if  Fernandinho get's an injury who is  his replacement?
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off topic / Re: Brexit
« Last post by Rowley Birkin QC on November 17, 2018, 20:37:30 »
 ::) - reddishblue offering us a rare insight into Jose Mourinho's team talks and white board diagrams down at the swamp.

No wonder it's going so well.
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off topic / Re: Yanks and Guns contd...
« Last post by goat on November 17, 2018, 18:58:02 »
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off topic / Re: Brexit
« Last post by reddishblue on November 17, 2018, 02:59:09 »
For those still confused here is a simple diagram.

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off topic / Re: Brexit
« Last post by reddishblue on November 17, 2018, 02:10:33 »
I am now as clear minded as I ever was. Confusion Theory reigns.

Abstract
Used the method of reproduction to measure the illusion generated by that Muller-Lyer figure with obliques directed inward. In Exp. I, the angle between the obliques and the shaft of the figure was varied. The illusion decreased with increasing angle of the obliques. In Exp. II, length of obliques was concomitantly varied with angle size so as to keep distance between opposite obliques constant. 34 undergraduates were used in both experiments. Exp. II showed no effect of the angle of the obliques, indicating that the Muller-Lyer illusion results in part from confusion of the shaft length with the distance between the ends of obliques. In Exp. III with 44 undergraduates, the distance between ends of obliques was varied along with the angle size in a factorial design. The results indicate a strong effect of the distance and an interaction between the 2 variables. The latter effect is also explainable by the confusion hypothesis. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved)
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citymancs / Re: International break
« Last post by goat on November 17, 2018, 01:44:57 »
well that was dogshit
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citymancs / Re: City Artisans v Barbarian nearby neighbours
« Last post by Rowley Birkin QC on November 17, 2018, 01:17:17 »
Was watching this again this morning, and aside from our frequently breath-taking pass and move, it struck me we have a goalkeeper who regularly hits long passes around better than many an 'international' central midfielder. Our goalkeeper FFS!

What a fabulous team.
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citymancs / Re: International break
« Last post by KunDB on November 16, 2018, 23:11:09 »
It actually seems quite fitting to have one after putting the scum in their place. Nice, relaxing couple of weeks to enjoy the glow.

I feel the same way, but as well as that we are top of the table and Liverpool fans will be frustrated by that despite their best start to a season in a long, long time.

Utd now know they are light years behind City and it will be another year without winning the PL for them. They will also need a huge slice of good fortune to win anything now. Liverpool are looking down at them as they used to do to Liverpool. Oh boy I can almost feel the pain Utd fans are suffering. Whatever happened that banner they use to take such pride and joy in flying.


Internationals are mostly boring.

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