Bluemoon goes into Meltdown

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we're an absolute shambles just now. turgid, boring football and players that dont even look arsed
I want Pep to resign now, or at the very least say he’s going come the end of the season so we can write this one off
That was a fecking Mahrez of a performance.
That result has fecked me right off.

I’m too fecking mad to rant about how fecking useless Mahrez is.
Thanks for the memories Pep. Time to go.

Not all Peps fault as the leadership at the club also have a lot to answer for in terms of recruitment but Pep should be getting more from these players.
We are turning into a make shift team.

No plan, No passion, No energy & that’s down to pep. Sign a new contract or piss off.

no captain
No strikers
Aguero is too old, Jesus back up)
Zero midfield. Gundy & fern to old.
Rodri to slow
No wingers
Too many players on & off ie Mahrez
Way to many injuries...why ?

we have zero fear factor

shambolic we have got to this point so soon from where we was at.

lucky to get top 6 this season
Sterling is the ultimate oxymoron. He is the shittest elite forward on the planet.
Pep's really waiting to get the Wenger treatment before he calls it quit. His time is really up. Players don't think to follow him and his tactics are downright weird. Few players are just his favorites who just play every match however shit they are. Well it's exactly like Wenger except the 400 million defence
Off to watch the classico, watch future city player - Leo Messi drop a disasterclass

He may have scored those chances
Blue tinted glasses off.

Top 4 is in doubt this season.

Tixi,and Pep have fed well on Bobby Manc signings.

Now they are all gone.

What we have now is the team that Tixi,and Pep have built.

And it looks seriously depressing.

We dont even have a back up Striker ffs

Yet seemingly we were happy to give their true love Barcelona £100,000 000 as goodwill gesture for 34 year old Messi.

If the decline in recruitment is not bad enough.

The man paid handsomely to make the Sum bigger than its parts,is losing thr plot with his team selections.

I think Pep knows we are fecked in his Heart.
Pep confirms Aguero injured again..so frustrating we didn't buy a striker.

The interviewer on BT is a right dick. They're saying Pep was spiky, it's because the questions were being asked by an imbecile
Did you watch the interview? Acted like a smacked arse.
If that was Klopp we'd be laughing at him for being bitter.
Sterling's playing like he's wearing clown boots.
 

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Pot calling kettle black and all that, but for all the money they’ve spent — their team really is quite average these days.
The spine that won them titles has either left or regressed. Kompany, Fernandinho, silva and aguero with the addition of KDB was a very strong spine.
 

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I thought City were the greatest side ever and Pep was a genius who could turn John Stones into Franco Baresi?
 

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I did genuinely think Pep would turn Stones into a quality player :lol: not ashamed to admit I got that very very wrong.
 

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There used to be a time in recent years I didn’t actually mind watching City and admiring some of their football. But my god they are shit nowadays. Just about barely follow their score lines.

De Bruyne needs to go play for a big club. He deserves it.
 

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Absolutely inspirational
That picture doesn't do Moyes any justice whatsoever.



Now this is a true representation of the visionary that came to our club. He was way too advanced for his time and I'm glad his genius is now being recognised after he out-tacticked Fraudiola. He is able to work with technology in a way the Bald Fraud can only dream of. Each of his wrinkles are like the rings of a tree, and show his years of experience and wisdom. Note the deadpan eyes, that make sussing him out and his thoughts almost impossible. The grey suit has the connotations of being able to adapt to any situation, the perfect blend of yin and yang. He is not extreme in his philosophy in any way: not too attacking, not too defensive, not too possession-based, not too set-piece based. Grey. The perfect blend. Note how his right arm is lightly gripping the armrest - not too tightly. Just like his grip on the Premier League title once he eventually wins it with West Ham. The tie lightly brushing his crotch which is a warning sign to mavericks like Zaha that the fruits of his loins will not be touched. He's also slightly leaning to his left, which shows how he slightly favours the left wing and likes to employ players like Leighton Baines to do his bidding; but the stabilising hand on his left thigh means that he won't focus purely on that side. Managers like Pep don't stand a chance. He showed incredible resilience to claw back a 3-0 deficit against Jose last week. Klopp is next in his line and he will not hesitate to set his team out to get a point from them too. And this will continue dos, tres, quatro times. Or as long as it takes for his pure, earth-shattering prodigious brilliance to be recognised.
 

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That picture doesn't do Moyes any justice whatsoever.



Now this is a true representation of the visionary that came to our club. He was way too advanced for his time and I'm glad his genius is now being recognised after he out-tacticked Fraudiola. He is able to work with technology in a way the Bald Fraud can only dream of. Each of his wrinkles are like the rings of a tree, and show his years of experience and wisdom. Note the deadpan eyes, that make sussing him out and his thoughts almost impossible. The grey suit has the connotations of being able to adapt to any situation, the perfect blend of yin and yang. He is not extreme in his philosophy in any way: not too attacking, not too defensive, not too possession-based, not too set-piece based. Grey. The perfect blend. Note how his right arm is lightly gripping the armrest - not too tightly. Just like his grip on the Premier League title once he eventually wins it with West Ham. The tie lightly brushing his crotch which is a warning sign to mavericks like Zaha that the fruits of his loins will not be touched. He's also slightly leaning to his left, which shows how he slightly favours the left wing, and the stabilising hand on his left thigh means that he won't focus purely on that side. Managers like Pep don't stand a chance. He showed incredible resilience to claw back a 3-0 deficit against Jose last week. Klopp is next in his line and he will not hesitate to set his team out to get a point from them too. And this will continue dos, tres, quatro times. Or as long as it takes for his pure, earth-shattering prodigious brilliance to be recognised.
:lol: :lol:

We should've given him more time!
 

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Maybe they should sack pep and hire Allardyce.. like pretty much any replacement will be a downgrade anyway.

In all seriousness IF any problem was pep then maybe he just needs to adapt better to footballs ever changing ideals and tactics. Mourinho has very much failed in this, pep may go the same way.
 

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Maybe they should sack pep and hire Allardyce.. like pretty much any replacement will be a downgrade anyway.

In all seriousness IF any problem was pep then maybe he just needs to adapt better to footballs ever changing ideals and tactics. Mourinho has very much failed in this, pep may go the same way.
Hopefully they'll get a City legend to replace him.
 

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That picture doesn't do Moyes any justice whatsoever.



Now this is a true representation of the visionary that came to our club. He was way too advanced for his time and I'm glad his genius is now being recognised after he out-tacticked Fraudiola. He is able to work with technology in a way the Bald Fraud can only dream of. Each of his wrinkles are like the rings of a tree, and show his years of experience and wisdom. Note the deadpan eyes, that make sussing him out and his thoughts almost impossible. The grey suit has the connotations of being able to adapt to any situation, the perfect blend of yin and yang. He is not extreme in his philosophy in any way: not too attacking, not too defensive, not too possession-based, not too set-piece based. Grey. The perfect blend. Note how his right arm is lightly gripping the armrest - not too tightly. Just like his grip on the Premier League title once he eventually wins it with West Ham. The tie lightly brushing his crotch which is a warning sign to mavericks like Zaha that the fruits of his loins will not be touched. He's also slightly leaning to his left, which shows how he slightly favours the left wing and likes to employ players like Leighton Baines to do his bidding; but the stabilising hand on his left thigh means that he won't focus purely on that side. Managers like Pep don't stand a chance. He showed incredible resilience to claw back a 3-0 deficit against Jose last week. Klopp is next in his line and he will not hesitate to set his team out to get a point from them too. And this will continue dos, tres, quatro times. Or as long as it takes for his pure, earth-shattering prodigious brilliance to be recognised.
:lol:
 

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Boggles my mind they haven’t signed back up for Aguero. Jesus isn’t consistent enough.
 

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I’m glad we got some points against West Ham, and pissed we didn’t get anything from this City side.

Fair play to Moyse.
 

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That picture doesn't do Moyes any justice whatsoever.



Now this is a true representation of the visionary that came to our club. He was way too advanced for his time and I'm glad his genius is now being recognised after he out-tacticked Fraudiola. He is able to work with technology in a way the Bald Fraud can only dream of. Each of his wrinkles are like the rings of a tree, and show his years of experience and wisdom. Note the deadpan eyes, that make sussing him out and his thoughts almost impossible. The grey suit has the connotations of being able to adapt to any situation, the perfect blend of yin and yang. He is not extreme in his philosophy in any way: not too attacking, not too defensive, not too possession-based, not too set-piece based. Grey. The perfect blend. Note how his right arm is lightly gripping the armrest - not too tightly. Just like his grip on the Premier League title once he eventually wins it with West Ham. The tie lightly brushing his crotch which is a warning sign to mavericks like Zaha that the fruits of his loins will not be touched. He's also slightly leaning to his left, which shows how he slightly favours the left wing and likes to employ players like Leighton Baines to do his bidding; but the stabilising hand on his left thigh means that he won't focus purely on that side. Managers like Pep don't stand a chance. He showed incredible resilience to claw back a 3-0 deficit against Jose last week. Klopp is next in his line and he will not hesitate to set his team out to get a point from them too. And this will continue dos, tres, quatro times. Or as long as it takes for his pure, earth-shattering prodigious brilliance to be recognised.
:lol: :lol:
Haven't laughed so much at post for ages. Thanks for this.
 

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I don't think we'd have qualified for the champions league under Moyes.
I don't know.. just don't know. But that I am defending him. But the others didn't do much good either. If he would have been given cash to sign 20 players who knows. Jagielka was a hell of a defender..
 

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I don't know.. just don't know. But that I am defending him. But the others didn't do much good either. If he would have been given cash to sign 20 players who knows. Jagielka was a hell of a defender..
Jagielka - Fellaini - Naismith spine :drool:
 

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Some of these Ciry posts “Top 4 in doubt”, I mean, come on.
I think Everton will be aiming for top 4 along with the usual suspects. If City's form continues, they're certainly not getting in there without a fight. They've looked bereft of ideas and the fluidity that you normally associate with them just isn't there consistently yet. I think they'll get in but it'll be more because other teams drop points than them doing it by themselves
 

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I think Everton will be aiming for top 4 along with the usual suspects. If City's form continues, they're certainly not getting in there without a fight. They've looked bereft of ideas and the fluidity that you normally associate with them just isn't there consistently yet. I think they'll get in but it'll be more because other teams drop points than them doing it by themselves
To be fair most of the teams who played into August look not fit.
 

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I think Everton will be aiming for top 4 along with the usual suspects. If City's form continues, they're certainly not getting in there without a fight. They've looked bereft of ideas and the fluidity that you normally associate with them just isn't there consistently yet. I think they'll get in but it'll be more because other teams drop points than them doing it by themselves
If we win our game in hand we'll be 2 points behind you guys and we're without half a team. Like yourselves we'll comfortably be top 4. There'll be no fight without a complete meltdown for either side.
 

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If we win our game in hand we'll be 2 points behind you guys and we're without half a team. Like yourselves we'll comfortably be top 4. There'll be no fight without a complete meltdown for either side.
But that will be after just 6 games. You've dropped points to Leeds, Leicester and West Ham already this season - 50% of your games once you've played your game in hand and you can't really say you deserved more from any of them.
We lost to Villa in a capitulation that I've not seen for a long time but dropping points away to Everton, with it being a derby and the form there currently in, is to be expected. I'd be worried if I was a City fan right now as without Aguero, you look toothless. On the other hand,we've played Arsenal and Chelsea and come away with maximum points.
This isn't a dig, it's just my opinion and like I say, I think you'll get top 4, but dropping points to 'lesser' teams has been running through City since the start of last season (Norwich away being the start).
 

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What was Pep’s post match interview like? Was he ‘so so happy, so so happy’ with the performance?

They don’t look the same team at all in my opinion, I don’t expect them to challenge this year.
 

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That picture doesn't do Moyes any justice whatsoever.



Now this is a true representation of the visionary that came to our club. He was way too advanced for his time and I'm glad his genius is now being recognised after he out-tacticked Fraudiola. He is able to work with technology in a way the Bald Fraud can only dream of. Each of his wrinkles are like the rings of a tree, and show his years of experience and wisdom. Note the deadpan eyes, that make sussing him out and his thoughts almost impossible. The grey suit has the connotations of being able to adapt to any situation, the perfect blend of yin and yang. He is not extreme in his philosophy in any way: not too attacking, not too defensive, not too possession-based, not too set-piece based. Grey. The perfect blend. Note how his right arm is lightly gripping the armrest - not too tightly. Just like his grip on the Premier League title once he eventually wins it with West Ham. The tie lightly brushing his crotch which is a warning sign to mavericks like Zaha that the fruits of his loins will not be touched. He's also slightly leaning to his left, which shows how he slightly favours the left wing and likes to employ players like Leighton Baines to do his bidding; but the stabilising hand on his left thigh means that he won't focus purely on that side. Managers like Pep don't stand a chance. He showed incredible resilience to claw back a 3-0 deficit against Jose last week. Klopp is next in his line and he will not hesitate to set his team out to get a point from them too. And this will continue dos, tres, quatro times. Or as long as it takes for his pure, earth-shattering prodigious brilliance to be recognised.
:lol: Great Post on the Chosen One
 

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I think Everton will be aiming for top 4 along with the usual suspects. If City's form continues, they're certainly not getting in there without a fight. They've looked bereft of ideas and the fluidity that you normally associate with them just isn't there consistently yet. I think they'll get in but it'll be more because other teams drop points than them doing it by themselves
Other teams won’t keep it up, it’s five games into the season, also your last sentence doesn’t make sense, the only way you win anything is by other teams dropping points.

Anyway, if they miss top 4 it would be glorious.
 

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That picture doesn't do Moyes any justice whatsoever.



Now this is a true representation of the visionary that came to our club. He was way too advanced for his time and I'm glad his genius is now being recognised after he out-tacticked Fraudiola. He is able to work with technology in a way the Bald Fraud can only dream of. Each of his wrinkles are like the rings of a tree, and show his years of experience and wisdom. Note the deadpan eyes, that make sussing him out and his thoughts almost impossible. The grey suit has the connotations of being able to adapt to any situation, the perfect blend of yin and yang. He is not extreme in his philosophy in any way: not too attacking, not too defensive, not too possession-based, not too set-piece based. Grey. The perfect blend. Note how his right arm is lightly gripping the armrest - not too tightly. Just like his grip on the Premier League title once he eventually wins it with West Ham. The tie lightly brushing his crotch which is a warning sign to mavericks like Zaha that the fruits of his loins will not be touched. He's also slightly leaning to his left, which shows how he slightly favours the left wing and likes to employ players like Leighton Baines to do his bidding; but the stabilising hand on his left thigh means that he won't focus purely on that side. Managers like Pep don't stand a chance. He showed incredible resilience to claw back a 3-0 deficit against Jose last week. Klopp is next in his line and he will not hesitate to set his team out to get a point from them too. And this will continue dos, tres, quatro times. Or as long as it takes for his pure, earth-shattering prodigious brilliance to be recognised.
Excellent! Any thoughts on the wireless mouse, the crazy bastard.
 

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Other teams won’t keep it up, it’s five games into the season, also your last sentence doesn’t make sense, the only way you win anything is by other teams dropping points.

Anyway, if they miss top 4 it would be glorious.
I think what I meant (and worded quite clumsily) is that in seasons gone past, City have won the league rather than relying on others to do them favours, the same as Liverpool last year.
And I agree, if they missed out on Top 4 after spending the equivalent of the GDP of a small country (all fairly of course), then it would be hilarious!
 

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If we win our game in hand we'll be 2 points behind you guys and we're without half a team. Like yourselves we'll comfortably be top 4. There'll be no fight without a complete meltdown for either side.
City fans keep saying without half a team. You literally had everyone except Laporte while De Bruyne on the bench yesterday. Can you really count Mendy and Jesus when Cancelo & Aguero are better and more regular players than those two?