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Leonard Hatred 9:28 Tue Jan 5
Colin Bell has bought the farm
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wd40 12:29 Thu Jan 7
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
City's old black and red strip with the black shorts is as sexy as our old away one blue with the hoops.

Love to see us play in that again.

pdbis 11:09 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
Great player. RIP.

MaryMillingtonsGhost 10:51 Wed Jan 6
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Percy Dalton 12:23

Hammer-ed 10:38 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
Bib l remember that song to. RIP Colin

isolated hammer 10:25 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
Trevor Brooking always said Colin Bell was his toughest opponent.

big bongie 10:18 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
BillyJenningsBoots

I remember that

Also used to sing. Lee bums Bell ,Bell bums Lee, Lee and Bell bums Summerbee

Far Cough 8:49 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
Just realised that Neil Young died in 2011


RIP Neil Young

Far Cough 8:36 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
Chigwell 12:23 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
Bell, Summerbee, Francis Lee - great to watch and before Man City could just buy their way to the top.

Don't forget Neil Young, not only a rock superstar but a great footballer for City :-)

geoffpikey 7:13 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
An evergreen chuckle for Stepney, but the Colin Bell Stand has been at (now the Etihad) since 2004. Bell End joke is literally 17 years old. ( It IS the West End stand, though.)

RIP to their finest ever player, arguably. Their Sir Trevor.

Percy Dalton 12:23 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
A wonderful player that used to glide over the pitch.
Man City had a great side then and Maine Road was a proper ground with people actually from Manchester supporting them

RIP

Far Cough 6:55 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
Nijinsky is a great name for him, obviously named after the horse not the ballet dancer

Coffee 6:34 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
stepney hammer 12:11 Wed Jan 6

LOL


RIP, Colin Bell.

Manuel 3:58 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
Sad news. Was a City great. A sad day for the club.

RIP.

normannomates 3:01 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
RIP
Proper
When Man City were Man City

wanstead_hammer 1:20 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
BJB

Hahaha. Could’ve/should’ve been another version of the original.!

BillyJenningsBoots 1:06 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
Sad another great player gone...

Remember as kids singing

Over there....
And do they smell
Like Colin Bell

Or have I imagineered that?

RIP

wanstead_hammer 1:05 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
A great player. RIP

(I always remember his name plastered on the side of the camper van/bus in The Italian Job!)
With the England mob. Haha.

Chigwell 12:23 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
Bell, Summerbee, Francis Lee - great to watch and before Man City could just buy their way to the top.

stepney hammer 12:11 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
Man City should name one their stands after him as a mark of respect.

The Bell End.

kips 12:08 Wed Jan 6
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
What a player in his day. Could probably play in any outfield position. Picked up a couple of nasty injuries in his later years.
R.I.P

The Stoat 10:49 Tue Jan 5
Re: Colin Bell has bought the farm
RIP

Great player

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