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Thank you Peter, glad you enjoyed it! Couldn't agree more, the fact we have never been a 'cup club' historically really makes this run so special! Let's hope we can go all the way! Please make any other City fans you know aware of my pieces - I write every Wednesday, about Hull City, on this site. Cheers Mate.

Posted By Greg Whitaker 14 hours ago View Post Here

Excellent read - sums it up perfectly for me. Pulis has won over the doubters, and got what have been described as average players performing with great organisation, passion and style, ensuring that the spirit among the fans has not only been maintained, but intensified. 50 years of supporting Palace, and I don't recall many times I have felt this good about it. I just hope that Joniesta gets his chance next year, and that Pulis continues to encourage the conveyer belt of talent that has brought the likes of Routledge, Clyne and Zaha. As a fan, seeing our own develop means so much more than spending millions.

Posted By Chris Hill 2 days ago View Post Here

Spot on!!

Posted By AnotherWorcesterBaggie 3 days ago View Post Here

Yep - a young man whose inflated ego as yet does not match his skill and experience. He needs to grow up - FAST!

Posted By AnotherWorcesterBaggie 3 days ago View Post Here

A couple of points on this. Firstly he only scored one against West Ham and only 3 goals from open play in the Prem all season. The last of these was in that West Ham game in December and so no goals this year. I think it is far to early to say that he is a proven goal scorer at this level. And to compare him to Raheem Sterling maybe right in terms of his off field antics, but he is far away from the player Sterling is. On top of the misdemeanours that are mentioned above, he fell out with Uwe Rosler at Brentford and seems not to have endeared himself to the other Albion players with his "Billy Big Boots" attitude and immature twitter comments. Berahino still has much to prove and it is quite conceivable that he could be the next David Bentley, plying his trade for some obscure club overseas. He needs to wake up.

Posted By stuvetti 3 days ago View Post Here