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      Title Winning Goal

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      Re: Title Winning Goal
      Reply #50: Feb 15, 2020 09:30:14 pm
      Kompany makes a one game come back against us,and scores a screamer of an own goal to give us the title, Neville to demolish the statue he wanted put up for him
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      Reply #51: Feb 15, 2020 10:59:39 pm
      I actually now really hope Sadio scores it! We've seen all year how much he wants this!

      He was like a Man possessed when he came on, I knew he'd score and what a ripping turn and finish that was! World F***ing Class!

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      Re: Title Winning Goal
      Reply #52: Feb 16, 2020 02:01:45 pm
      5 wins required

      Our next five games

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      Think it's going to be Goodison
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      Reply #53: Feb 16, 2020 02:03:26 pm

      like an AAggguuueerrrroooo moment

      Worst way to win it for me, showed how close city were to f**king it up.

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      Reply #54: Feb 16, 2020 02:05:31 pm
      5 wins required

      Our next five games

      West Ham (H)
      Watford (A)
      Bournemouth (H)
      Everton (A) - Mon 16th Mar 8pm
      Palace (H) - 21st March 5:30pm

      Man City's next five

      West Ham (H)
      Leicester (A)
      Man Utd (A)
      Burnley (H) - 14th March
      Chelsea (A) - 12:30 21st March

      Think it's going to be Goodison

      Would be good to win it in Liverpool even if it's at Everton! Would mean a guard of honour at home! ;D
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      Reply #55: Feb 16, 2020 02:06:16 pm
      We all know it's gonna be origi, end of.

      He'll still be on the bench when Pickford fucks up with his tiny Raptor arms and throws the ball into his own net to hand us the title at Goodison and Kleenex reveal a surge in buying of bog roll!
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      Re: Title Winning Goal
      Reply #56: Feb 16, 2020 02:07:25 pm
      Would be good to win it in Liverpool even if it's at Everton! Would mean a guard of honour at home! ;D

      F**k the guard of honour at home I want that at the Emptihad, really rub it in to those scruffy inbred manc tw*ts.
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      Reply #57: Feb 16, 2020 08:35:56 pm
      Haven't stopped thinking about the moment since this Thread was started to be honest. Didn't want to jinx anything but yesterday it hit me really, really hard. Standing outside having a smoke at home, looking up at the beautiful sky and this wave of emotion came over me. Couldn't stop Jürgen fist pumping and saying to myself, it's f**king OURS!!!! Started jumping up and down and was just overcome with emotion that I went in the garage and had another f**king Cone! An almost celebratory cone, thinking...where will I be when it actually happens, will I be at home where I watch every game or do I go to a packed pub in Melbourne? Picturing that moment when that final whistle goes, watching our Supporters flood the field and embrace the Players!! What a f**king moment that's gonna be!!!!  Just don't accidently injure them please, they have another 8 League games, numerous CL games and FA Cup games to play in.   :D :D :D :D

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      Re: Title Winning Goal
      Reply #58: Feb 17, 2020 10:38:59 pm
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      Picturing that moment when that final whistle goes, watching our Supporters flood the field and embrace the Players!! What a f**king moment that's gonna be!!!!  Just don't accidently injure them please, they have another 8 League games, numerous CL games and FA Cup games to play in.   :D :D :D :D

      I've always hated pitch invasions anyway, but at this club we celebrate our achievements properly and allow the players to share the moment with us, not wanting to run for the dressing room. When the time comes, I want to see the fist pumps, the Germanic hands in the air team salute, the organised fireworks show held, if it's at home at night etc. The last thing I want to see is a repeat of the scenes in 1976 at Wolves and worrying about player/fan safety. I don't know if that game actually finished, given there was so many on the pitch after the last goal, I've never seen any footage of the game beyond that point anyway. I know invasions were generally a more regular occurrence in that era, but I would like to think we're a level above that nowadays.

      We're all excited, very excited about what is the prize at the finish line, but we're not cavemen who can't stay off a pitch when we win something these days, that's more for the Shrewsburys of the game, to celebrate draws at home against reserve teams. It's not fair on the players and staff, and it's not how we do things here.
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      Re: Title Winning Goal
      Reply #59: Feb 18, 2020 08:57:41 am
      I've always hated pitch invasions anyway, but at this club we celebrate our achievements properly and allow the players to share the moment with us, not wanting to run for the dressing room. When the time comes, I want to see the fist pumps, the Germanic hands in the air team salute, the organised fireworks show held, if it's at home at night etc. The last thing I want to see is a repeat of the scenes in 1976 at Wolves and worrying about player/fan safety. I don't know if that game actually finished, given there was so many on the pitch after the last goal, I've never seen any footage of the game beyond that point anyway. I know invasions were generally a more regular occurrence in that era, but I would like to think we're a level above that nowadays.

      We're all excited, very excited about what is the prize at the finish line, but we're not cavemen who can't stay off a pitch when we win something these days, that's more for the Shrewsburys of the game, to celebrate draws at home against reserve teams. It's not fair on the players and staff, and it's not how we do things here.

      I reckon pitch invasions are a bit small time myself, don't think it will happen. I think aesthetically the better image would be all of the players celebrating in front of a capacity KOP, full of scarves and flags, as opposed to a half empty stands with hoards of people on the pitch, having to play Where's Wally to try and spot the players

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