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  1. The Bristol City v Ipswich Town Match Day Thread 38

    Well done, Robins! Bad first half, but City grew in the second one, earning three deserved points. Good to have some players back too (shame for Mags, though), and today LJ made the right choices. There's still hope.
  2. The Bristol City v Ipswich Town Match Day Thread 38

    Always these fuc***g injuries
  3. The Bristol City v Ipswich Town Match Day Thread 38

  4. The midfield

    The only reason I find for these choices is the amount of players we have (ex: a lot of strikers) and LJ's need to make clear his ''players hierarchy'' and tactical plan to the group, because making too much rotation could create a sort of ''confusion'' and discontent in some key players. Maybe this idea influenced - partly - the transfer window too, because we alreay have - on the paper - good options (Pisano,O'Dowda,Djuric, the midfielders named above) and at the same time, some players who are out of the project (surely Woodrow and Engvall). From a manager's perspective, having so many players to deal with can sometimes be difficult, and the arrival of a loan/young player (see the last three signings) can be considered less ''troublesome'' for the team dynamics than a permanent move of a proven player. That being said...if the pitch tells you that the current XI can't play at its best, changes are needed IMO.
  5. The midfield

    I wonder why LJ doesn't give space to Walsh, Eliasson and - now - O'Neill: with the first one in, Smith/Pack could have some rest, the second one could bring freshness on the wings (with Kent) and let Bronwhill rest (or move in the central area of the midfield). O'Neill has been out for a long time and he has a certain age...but his experience could prove to be useful when the team must defend the lead in the last 20-30 minutes. Probably they're not as affordable as the first-teamers...but if the strongest XI can't beat teams like Burton, maybe it's time to try something different...
  6. With this result, our draw at Burton looks even more frustrating. Only positives today: Baker fit (I suppose) and Djuric back.
  7. An horrible result, and our chance to do the playoffs is slipping away... Bad bad bad. We should win at least these matches...
  8. Any hope of a late City goal?
  9. Maybe he needs some rest.
  10. Walsh and Kent to change the midfield, and then Djuric on?
  11. The starting line-up seems OK. Glad to see Djuric back. COYR!!
  12. Fulham's form

    In this moment, they seem to be the favourites to reach - and win - the playoffs. I hope the Cottagers will do us a favour in the weekend, beating PNE.
  13. An awful night, that could write the word ''end'' on a very good season. This team showed what it's capable of, but it's ruining all the fantastic work done in months....and it's disappointing.
  14. A loss would be a big blow to our playoff hopes: let's fight back,lads!