'The Homogenisation of the Chip Shop Industry' - new Bluemoon Podcast online now
By David Mooney, Fri 03 April 2020 09:42
Off-the-wall and wacky City stats, Paul Moulden interview, and direct debit payments
- Season ticket direct debits and the money still being taken
- Silly City stats and records from recent years - with Opta's Duncan Alexander
- Paul Moulden discusses his City career - and what he's doing now
- Bravo vs Ederson and City's best day of the week, according to the numbers
Season 11, Episode 41: The Homogenisation of the Chip Shop Industry
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With Duncan Alexander from Opta joining us, we decided to take a deeper dive into some City stats that are slightly more off the wall than the things you might see pop up on Match of the Day. This week's Patreon bonus show is COMPLETELY FREE, too - so get your ears around it: https://www.patreon.com/posts/35513223
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