Yes I thought it was time for a thread where City fans can get some help to recover from their feelings of anti-climax and post traumatic stress after having seen their side clinch the league title.
As a United fan I know more than well that a feeling of emptiness around this time easily creeps in when it seems the entire world is silent and no-one bothers about once club having won the big thing. I know Chelsea coming from nowhere to win the Champions League and FA Cup double didn't help as medias attention quickly turned to the London club instead.
Rarely have I seen so little media coverage after a club have won the league as I did in the case of City which is strange having in mind how long they had waited. For the first time in a long time it seems the only people that celebrated were the City fans and that media and the rest of the world somehow hated and mourned that the rich club made it. There is little talk about City now as the focus have changed to how England will do in the Euros.
Winning something you have waited a long time for is a great feeling but along with it comes a feeling of loneliness and isolation and the feeling "is this all"?.
Therefor I would like to extend some help to our dear mint blue or baby blue friends if you like who are feeling the anti-climax taking over as summer is well and truly here. Let it all out and I will guide you so that the feelings of emptiness will turn into a milder more sensible feeling of well being and not the over the top jubilant emotion that seem to fade so fast.