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Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Charlie, 11 Feb 2019.
well it clearly means a lot to them, which will make all the difference at the end of the season
What a luxury it is to have players that mean business like this. Can't buy that.
Much nicer than the last aged foot I saw on this board
No oil money in the world can buy this spirit.
Absolutely made my weekend. It's a good time to be a City fan is this. Despite the odds and the tagedy just look at that. Keeps me going I know that. When I first started going the club was nothing like it is now but we went anyway. It became just a laugh in the end how shit we were. 1700 watching on by the end. The fans were all together though and that made it what it was. You just had to go and watch the City. Had to. No question about it.
Then some success. New fans and some old ones back. All behind the team. Getting 9,000 then full houses at NP. New stadium. attendances on the up. Then the fans split because the club split itself in to two pieces. Some old fans just wouldn't have it, maybe the newer ones just couldn't understand why. Acrimony. We all know the story. The old and the new. All that has fucked off back into the shadows. What's re emerged is a club more akin to what I understand Cardiff to be. A club with some heart and soul. Something you want to go and watch wether you're top of the league or fighting at the bottom.
I want to know what happened to my shares in the junior bluebirds scheme.
Am I a millionaire or what?
You already are aren't you. Cruises and the like. Endless days off work. Drinking fancy whiskey. New boilers..Tracksuit bottoms with poppers..A rich mans game is tracksuit bottoms with poppers. Flash as fuck.
Loved it when Pato intentionally smashed the ball out of the stadium right at the end.
Love to see him do that at Old Trafford on the last day