C********m have a new record
#1

Just read on BBC sport that C********m have just gone level with Halifax in 1990 of the longest streak without scoring a goal!
That takes some doing that, hopefully they can go on and be the owners of the record for themselves only Smile
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#2

Only got to go 10 mins against Stevenage on Saturday to break the record.

I'm sure we'll do our best to achieve it.
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#3

I’ve got the champagne on ice

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#4

I know C********m have signed defender Curtis Davis, an experienced player at Premier League, Championship level. They have brought in a striker on loan from Arsenal, Nathan Butler - Oyideji. He was on loan at Acrington Stanley last season. So far, he has started on the bench. 
 Don't know if the C********m strikers are getting the chances, but just not getting the final touch. Or are they just literally living off scraps.
 A striker that could have been ideal for C********m, is our ex loan player, Colby Bishop. He has stepped up well to League One football. Now at Portsmouth, he scored during the week.

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#5

It's hard to score when you never have the ball, and when you do get a sniff of it just pump it to the defenders of the other team.

We did come closest all season last night when Aidan Keena wellied one from 25 yards, but hit the post.

Butley-Oyedeji's contributions so far are a nutmeg on a Barnsley player, and then getting sent off last night for a more than stupid challenge whilst already on a booking. Noted that he didn't score for Accrington last season - he's unlikely to score for C********m.

Colby Bishop has been at Pompey for ages having done well for Accrington - we never had a chance of signing him.
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(20-09-2023, 09:55 AM)Si Robin Wrote:   getting sent off last night for a more than stupid challenge whilst already on a booking.  
That sounds all too familiar!
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(20-09-2023, 09:52 AM)Andrew B Wrote:  I know C********m have signed defender Curtis Davis, an experienced player at Premier League, Championship level. They have brought in a striker on loan from Arsenal, Nathan Butler - Oyideji. He was on loan at Acrington Stanley last season. So far, he has started on the bench. 
 Don't know if the C********m strikers are getting the chances, but just not getting the final touch. Or are they just literally living off scraps.
 A striker that could have been ideal for C********m, is our ex loan player, Colby Bishop. He has stepped up well to League One football. Now at Portsmouth, he scored during the week.

serious question, why would a City fan take so much interest in our main rivals? I look at their result and am happy that they've lost and think of all the wankers from Gloucester who choose to support them over their own City.

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(20-09-2023, 01:24 PM)Neil Wrote:  serious question, why would a City fan take so much interest in our main rivals? I look at their result and am happy that they've lost and think of all the wankers from Gloucester who choose to support them over their own City.
Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
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(20-09-2023, 09:55 AM)Si Robin Wrote:  It's hard to score when you never have the ball, and when you do get a sniff of it just pump it to the defenders of the other team.
Sounds like US under TF.

(20-09-2023, 01:24 PM)Neil Wrote:  serious question, why would a City fan take so much interest in our main rivals? I look at their result and am happy that they've lost and think of all the wankers from Gloucester who choose to support them over their own City.
Personally It comforts me when we dont do well, when they do well i just ignore them!
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(20-09-2023, 01:24 PM)Neil Wrote:  serious question, why would a City fan take so much interest in our main rivals? I look at their result and am happy that they've lost and think of all the wankers from Gloucester who choose to support them over their own City.

I'm not taking so much interest, it's just general observations of them within League One. Plus my other team Arsenal, have loaned them a striker. Sounds like he has made a constructive start, nutmegging a player, and getting sent off.  Rolleyes

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