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“What has happened to football!?” Man City’s ‘Tunnel Club’ slaughtered on Twitter by rival fans

Date Posted,August 21, 2017

Manchester City are very proud of their brand new state-of-the-art facilities.

The Citizens no longer have a bog standard changing room that smells of sweat with isolated sections for groups to chat behind Pep Guardiola’s back.

Instead they have this massive and bright open space – like the ring underneath a spaceship ready to land – where everyone can see everyone get changed.

Not only that but they’ve replaced their traditional tunnel to the pitch with something altogether more modern – a glass tunnel that enables fans (ones with VERY deep pockets) to ogle at the Citizens players as they head onto the Etihad pitch while tucking into some Beluga Caviar.

Manchester City showcase their new facilities (Image: Manchester City FC via Getty Images)

Well, these players are multi-millionaires and should be treated as such.

To top it all off Manchester City have named this new state-of-the-art feature ‘Tunnel Club’, which, in hindsight, was never going to go down well with anyone, was it?

There was a very smoky start to Monday night’s game (Image: Getty Images Europe)
David Silva in action against Everton (Image: Getty Images Europe)

Sure, when Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football showcased ‘Tunnel Club’ for the very first time there were a handful of people who thought it was a nice idea.

And we mean, a handful.

But, and it’s a big BUT, there were more than a few more who thought it was the most disgraceful thing since unsliced bread.

And echoed Roy Keane’s sentiment.

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