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  2. I know this wont count towards Tamm'y Championship goal tally.... but after 7th May, Tammy should be eligible to play for Chelsea. They play Sunderland on last game of the season. If they have the title wrapped up by then, it wouldnt surprise me if Conte game Tammy a place on the bench and a run out at some point. Maybe Tammy to score anytime V Sunderland would be a good bet!
  3. Indeed. And I was told yesterday that St George was actually from Palestine.
  4. It is still possible for the bottom 3 to be Rovrum Brum QPR now that would be a beautiful outcome
  5. Vyner will get a game I'd imagine. McCoulsky might get a cameo. No room for ruthlessness though.
  6. their not the only ones, it's a no from me ..... next !
  7. Ive not done this before. I'm going train from London to Brighton, then was going to get another train out from Brighton to the ground,after a quick paddle ha ha. From what I understand you just show the person at the barrier the match ticket for this part of the journey, you don't have to buy a train ticket? I've not been to their new ground, only their old one years ago.
  8. Spot on Cynic, but then it would be as I 100% agree!
  9. Any chance you giving me the lottery numbers for this week ?
  10. Glad someone started this thread, as already said "what a player", would love to see him in a city shirt. My 13 and 11 year old sons, both called out their number 40, did not know who he was until I saw this, outstanding player.
  11. Not once but twice Good work sir
  12. City started in a decent fashion his season but unfortunately the wheels came off after Colin outsmarted LJ at Cardiff . It was down hill after that including a record run of 8 league defeats. It was that run that has caused most of the anger fuelled by the stuffing at Preston. No point judging LJ until at least Xmas next season.
  13. Might need a CB as well if some of the rumours surrounding Flint are true.
  14. Still a LJ doubter and I'm still here. I've said it before and I'll say it again. When LJ was announced, I groaned. He had no experience of the Championship and no success with previous teams. Oldham and Barnsley fans came on here and told us what to expect. They weren't wrong were they? So I buckled down and gave LJ my support. Some good signings made over the summer - Tammy albeit on loan came after direct intervention from LJ, Brownhill, Patto, O'Dowda and Mags were positives. Then he made a few shockers - O'Neil (Poor Gaz wouldn't make the move so now has to commute up and down the M4 daily), Engvall (who the **** is Engvall?) and Matthews (thankfully he is on loan - just turned to dog muck and no one knows why). New Year time and I started to get fed up. Either the Cardiff or Reading game and I was thinking, he's gonna have to go. I cant wick it when clubs go choppy changy with managers but I'd felt he'd run his course. SL stuck by him. Then came the Burton game and magic, the ride evened out bar Brentford and PNE, which brings us to now. I still don't think he is the right man. But he'll get his 3rd window. He'll have 5 to 10 games to show his new team. If we are in the relly zone come October, I'll be writing to Keith Dawe myself and begging him to pick another man and to dig his heels in if SL isn't in agreement. BS3 area? Luckwell, Ashton Gate, Ashton Vale, Southville, South St. Or Ashton Park, Bemmy Down if talking secondary school.
  15. I was born in Gloucestershire (Thornbury) not this South Glos crap, so I support the county of my birth !
  16. Today
  17. And you'll still lose.
  18. Surely that should be "he's Digging a pit to (W)horfield"
  19. Hopefully, the maintenance improves the ticketing arrangements. If it does, then 23k/24k is achievable - must be around 20k already ?
  20. Paterson, Taylor, Brownhill have a similar way of attacking, the creation and movement between them is excellent
  21. BTP and GWR have raised this issue - fingers crossed it may change yet
  22. Flapper ain't lost it then... He could have caught the ball easily so shocking decision to head it.
  23. In Thornbury I grew up with Midlands BBC One, we flicked over to Points West for at 6:30 to watch some fuzzy local news. Also S4C was sometimes better signal than Channel 4.
  24. Did anyone stay back to watch the game on Saturday? I'm intrigued how the attendance was worked out if many people were already in the ground from the Barnsley fixture? http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39681629
  25. To be honest, he's a pragmatist. Vs the biggest in Europe (and the big two in Spain) he cedes possession, vs others is more of a mixed bag. When they played Chelsea away in 2014 in the semis they were far from dull, combined possession and counter attacking fantastically! Likewise their game at Barca in their title winning season...decider, 0-1 down at the Nou Camp then for a 20 minute period they put them under incredible pressure, could have scored 3 or 4.They are not as bad to watch as people say but he mixes it up quite a lot. This season especially they have began to play more expansive football and at times of course in their title winning they did!
  26. What is interesting after the weekend, where Brum lost and Blackburn fought out a 00 at Wolves, is that Blackburn are capable of getting a draw from a game whereas Brum just appear to keep losing (bit like City during out bad run). Blackburn are now 2 points behind Brum with a better goal difference, they no longer need a win, two draws, two points, fighting for their lives, could be possible, Brum lose at home to Huddersfield next game mean they will need to beat us to stay up while we will be safe. Could be a fantastic season closer at Ashton Gate, the way tickets are going it could be close to being a sell out.
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