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    Scott Jamo and Nelly Yoa having cracks at each other on Twitter
  3. City Football Group (CFG) [Owner of Melbourne City]

    They've actually sent me an active membership with an allocated seat, what I was asking for at the start of the season. It's far too late for the derby, I've already made arrangements out of Melbourne. They haven't bothered to explain why now, it's just arrived out of the blue. I'm not sure what to make of it but I'd guess that someone thinks that it would look better if we outnumber the seagulls
  4. just a little too late now to sack Joyce, should've sacked him as soon as Jamie was signed so we could pair Bruno and Jamie upfront
  5. Not a great look for our club but it's time to cauterize the gaping wound. He's tried. His methods have not worked. He's jettisoned players, sidelined Bruno. Farce.
  6. yeah but if we win Saturday then he'll keep his job, simple.. as long as we don't lose 3 games back to back CFG won't be worried, again small club menta....
  7. Wazza Joyce acording to Serb Hair Dresser...Goneski

    City boss Joyce fighting to avoid the axe FEBRUARY 15, 2019 Besieged Melbourne City coach Warren Joyce is fighting for his job, with club chiefs weighing up their options as they prepare for Saturday’s Melbourne derby. Last Friday’s horror loss to Newcastle Jets has set off alarm bells with City Football Group and has prompted internal meetings about Joyce’s future. It’s understood that City chiefs contemplated pulling the trigger this week, but it appears that Joyce will lead his under-performing team into action against second-place Melbourne Victory at Marvel Stadium. A heavy loss or unconvincing display could spell the end of Joyce’s whose City contract expires at the end of this A-League season in May. City chiefs are understood to have earmarked assistant coach, former Socceroo Tony Vidmar, as the caretaker should Joyce depart. Warren Joyce after Melbourne City’s loss to Newcastle Jets on Friday night. Picture: AAP It is unclear whether banished striker Bruno Fornaroli would be welcomed back to the fold if Vidmar was to take over. Club chiefs set Joyce, a former Wigan Athletic and Manchester United youth team coach, a goal of finishing inside the top three and/or qualify for the Asian Champions League. However the style of play is at the core of City chiefs’ discontent, more so than the results – although they sit precariously in fifth spot – along with the poor crowds and fan discontent. A woeful run of one win in seven games has seen seventh-place Newcastle Jets draw to within six points of City. Joyce has twice come close to facing the axe at City – just over a year ago when the club was in the midst of a disastrous run, before Daniel Arzani almost single-handedly reignited their season. Striker Bruno Fornaroli is still on the outer at Melbourne City. Picture: Getty Images He was under immense pressure earlier this season, after the Round 3 home horror show to Sydney FC. While results have improved since, a section of City fans have continued to campaign for Joyce’s sacking, claiming that the mystery suspension of Fornaroli is part of a trend that has claimed fellow fan favourites Tim Cahill, Fernando Brandan and Neil Kilkenny. Joyce joined chief executive Scott Munn and captain Scott Jamieson at a fan engagement event last week and was well received, but the manner of the Jets loss has again heaped pressure on the coach.
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    The CIA world fact book lists 11 official languages for South Africa. It also lists 3 additional dialects. Wikipedia has an even longer list of dialects. I am not sure whether we can use Aboriginal languages but the word Kangaroo which is from a Queensland language has been adopted by everyone. So it is not entirely impossible.
  10. City Football Group (CFG) [Owner of Melbourne City]

    @belaguttman I would be be asking the question by either of mcfcstripe@sportsubs.com.au, or call at +61 3 9457 1765. Just because it looks genuine doesn't mean it is. I regularly get phishing e-mails purporting to be from my internet provider iinet.
  11. City Football Group (CFG) [Owner of Melbourne City]

    I believe so, sending address is no-reply@fulfilment.net.au Melbourne city logo and membership phone number
  12. I can also see a draw, our dull unimaginative defensive play will prevent a slaughter. I'm more worried when we play powerhouses like CCM and roar and WSW
  13. City Football Group (CFG) [Owner of Melbourne City]

    Is it actually a genuine e-mail? If it is I would send a message to the originator and ask WTF is going on.
  14. City Football Group (CFG) [Owner of Melbourne City]

    It's their second email to me with a 'membership pack'. Have any other ex-season ticket holders received an email?
  15. City Football Group (CFG) [Owner of Melbourne City]

    An accidental freebie to get the numbers up?
  16. Call me silly but I have more hope this week than what I did for Xmas Derby, especially if Toivonen is still out It won't be at all pretty, but we might come out of this with a draw Here are the 11 players I'd like to play, I've given up trying to put them in position Birighitti, DeLaet, Jamieson, Delbridge, Schenkeveld, Griffiths, Harrison, Baccus, Wales, Brattan, Maclaren
  17. Every season there’s a derby that I think I never cared less about... And this is the latest addition.
  18. He would dodge the attack with a comment that you got unlucky despite having all of the knife and swinging it about. But hey, thats footba I mean knife attacks for you. Stick with the meat and 2 veg and you'll be right mate. Chin up
  19. City Football Group (CFG) [Owner of Melbourne City]

    That is so poor. Wtf City?
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