On 28 February 1976 Manchester City beat Newcastle United 21 at Wembley to win the League Cup Final. If I had been told then that I would have to wait 35 years until 2011 before seeing City lift another trophy, I would have simply stared with blank incomprehension. It is unlikely that my brain would have been able to process the information. This book is an attempt to describe the wildly oscillating feelings and emotions of an ordinary supporter, watching as, for once, all the banana skins were safely negotiated and the season ended with the FA Cup coming back to Manchester City.
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