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Esmond Million's Bung

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  1. At their best but not set a proper clear cut chance and that is to our credit.
  2. Yes others have made mistakes in and around our box but Magnússon is far to weak at times and far too casual at other times, he is not good enough.
  3. Sorry to have to say, that is the 3rd time in games at least that Magnússon has allowed a player to squeeze past him in that self same position, against Cardiff it cost a goal, against Derby it almost cost a goal and tonight it has cost another goal. I appreciate this is Man City but IMHO he ain't good enough, far far too weak in all of the instances I have pointed out.
  4. Jurgen Klopp’s post match interview

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  5. Jurgen Klopp’s post match interview

    Wow that is a really difficult one to imagine who you might possibly mean, you should hold a raffle 5p a guess, you should earn at least 5p.
  6. Loïs Diony - Loan signing agreed. Source: Loïs Diony

    In the grand scheme of things, a good way try before you buy, I would say.
  7. Loïs Diony - Loan signing agreed. Source: Loïs Diony

    If true win/win really, if we don't get promoted and he's pants for us nothing lost, if don't get promoted and he is really good then maybe either he might sign for us or he has put himself in the prem shop window and if we do get promoted, well you get the picture. As I said I am looking forward to this one, he cannot be worse than the back up we currently have available to us, can he?.
  8. For the Old Man!

    All the best to you and your dad, this is a very uplifting story, hopefully it will have an uplifting end for your dad and maybe even BCFC.
  9. Kyle Edmund

    Difficult now, can Murray be finally called Scottish instead of British? or has he got more title wins in him to retain him as British? and if Edmund loses his semi (pun intended) can we call him South African?.
  10. Anybody had an omen today?

    Weirdly yes I have. I have a huge drawer full of socks and on Friday whilst getting dressed in preparation of watching BCFC at Derby, I was looking for my black Scholl socks with red rings around the top and I couldn't find them anywhere even after emptying out my sock drawer on the bed in my anger. Cue an argument with Mrs Bung who told me that I have never owned such socks. This morning after my shower, I was getting dressed for the day and lo and behold I was aware of stepping on something soft and just under my bed covered by the quilt and it was my black Scholl socks with the red rings around that I don't own. So firstly and most importantly I was able to put Mrs Bung firmly but fairly in her place and secondly it must be an omen, surely? or should I follow the gourd?.
  11. Loïs Diony - Loan signing agreed. Source: Loïs Diony

    It looks to me like this season has been a difficult one for him, but his overall record is no worse than Kodjia's or Diedhiou, give him a chance, he can be no worse than the poor quality back up strikers we have at the club, who cannot get a run in the team even when our 2 main strikers are long term injured.
  12. What a Charlie.

    Maybe you are correct, but I think yet again he has left himself wide open to abuse and criticism, because even if he is correct 'this time around' big deal, everybody can expect the expected. The most important thing is Pep and his squad will know that they were in a game 2 weeks ago and hopefully they will know that they have been in a game tonight and I also suspect that Pep and his squad know far more about BCFC than they do about yet another Scots striker who failed to cut it in the English leagues and had to skulk back to Scotland to resume his career.
  13. What a Charlie.

    And you are totally missing the point. Given his ill informed 'parking the bus' comment from the first leg, perhaps this time he should have had the good grace to admit that he had gotten his original comment wrong, perhaps even lavished a modicum of praise upon us and then said something like "I expect this time Manc will be a different proposition", a fair and honest assessment. Parking the bus?, Newcastle had less than 20% possession against Manc on Saturday and the 'pundits' gave them credit for not getting slaughtered and I wouldn't mind betting Newcastle's possession stats were not the worst at Manc this season. Instead of taking the easy route of blowing more smoke up Mancs arse is it too much to ask for a little credit and a little humility about being so wrong about the first leg?.
  14. What a Charlie.

    Journalist?, Charlie Nicholas?, really?, that really is a stretch. Judging by his predictions for both games he more of an arse kissing pundit not wishing to upset the gravy train. Predicting that scoreline is even lazier and given how how little research he did for the first leg and how little he knew about us in the first place and not forgetting this another quote from his prediction for tomorrow night "Now, after doing so well packing men behind the ball and playing on the counter-attack, they've got to open up and expose themselves". I wonder whether after reading that tosh whether he even actually watched the first leg. In fact i'm beginning to wonder whether we actually played in that game.
  15. What a Charlie.

    He predicted us parking the bus in the first leg.
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