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Feed The Goat

Feed the Goat, created by friends Luke and Sam, who were brought together through a love of CITY. Supporters since the Joe Royle’s days of the late 90s, we provide stats driven analysis, opinions and in depth looks at all things MCFC. #FeedTheGoat In association with Never A Foul. 

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About Feed The Goat

Feed the Goat, created by friends Luke and Sam, who were brought together through a love of CITY. Supporters since the Joe Royle’s days of the late 90s, we provide stats driven analysis, opinions and in depth looks at all things MCFC. #FeedTheGoat In association with Never A Foul. 

Meet the hosts

Luke

Luke

A gym rat, wrestling fan and CITY MAD! A season ticket holder between 2003 and 2018. The no nonsense, facts over feelings, ultra critical heel member of the Feed the Goat team
Sam

Sam

@Swightman77 City fan from before 2008 (shocking I know) love a stat and bringing my logical analysis to the feed the goat table. An overall sporting fanatic!

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