- May 21, 2015
Often forgotten about was he was used a man marker for us..he had the unenvial task of man marking Bergkamp and Zola at times.The 'great pro' type you regularly rip apart!! He certainly always gave 100% and for that reason I don't really want to slag him off, but he was extremely limited, a poor man's Mick Coop if you like. I know its only a drinking booth but it would be frankly embarrasing if he were to win any vote amongst City fans as our greatest ever defender. In our PL days Atherton & Babb were miles better.
I’d be happy to go out of my way to support it before heading to the wheatsheaf. Great to see the club is starting to have a presence in the city other than a pokey unit in a retail park.Be interesting to see how popular it will be. Long way from the ground. I wish it every success and will give it a go.
The Aardvark does really well with students and residents and that’s just literally around the corner and difficult to get a table in there for the big matches.The guys running this clearly know their stuff and I just can’t imagine them not putting on transport on match day. Massive missed opportunity if they don’t!
As Earlsdon has said above there isn’t really any sports bars in town so if they show all the football, boxing, cricket, darts etc. then it has a chance of really doing well
It is also student central around there so if the place is bouncing on match days you might entice a few in and up to games.