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Kid in the Riot

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  1. It really is a new level of depravity. Wonder what kind of world we're bringing our kids into.
  2. I think this is going to be a real wake up call if the number of fatalities being talked about is true. Thoughts with the family and friends of those who lost their lives. Have that all to familiar feeling of upset and anger this morning. Absolute bastards.
  3. Adrien Broner in jail again, this time for contempt of court - what A grade a moron he is!
  4. This current government doesn't want you to vote, to have a voice - stand up and be counted!
  5. Bound to happen with the heavyweights I suppose. I'd imagine Joshua has put a fair few down whilst sparring!
  6. Even David Price managed that tbf!
  7. Horrible news mate Rest in peace Lee
  8. He was at QPR away this season so still attends when he can. Think it's just a case of him being very busy the past year touring and publicising his book
  9. He didn't struggle for a winning mentality in the season we won the league and cup. Difference of course was the manager. Personally I think this speculation has probably come about because Joe doesn't really want to be here next season if our nun's nasty of a head coach is still going to be here. Same goes for about half the squad I reckon. Just my view of course.
  10. Sounds very logical when you say it like that! And of course the one who we're led to believe had more influence than most over the years at AG (SC) had the most success, bar GJ, who as I understand it had SL wrapped around his little finger. It will be interested to see if, or rather when, this current project fails where SL will turn next. The "outsiders" he has appointed over the years, namely Coppell, McInnes and O'Driscoll have simply not worked out.
  11. Another list you could make @Jack Dawe would be clubs that have made it to the Prem from the basement, overtaking us along the way: Hull City, Swansea City, Cardiff City, Fulham and Bournemouth. None of them fashionable clubs and all did it a different way, but why aren't we aspiring to be like them and instead saying things like "well, we're 17th in the Championship which is about where we should be"? Well, our average crowd is up in the top 10 of the Championship now. As you say, the excuses are running out...
  12. We are the biggest club in English football not to have played in the Premier League IMHO
  13. True story.
  14. Sorry to wreck the stats but those 69 games include a fair few cup games, the majority of which we won so LJ's ppg will be lower than 1.32. I don't know how it effects the others. Agree ppg > win % though.
  15. You could be right about him not owning BS 100%. I think Martin Griffiths for example has some part ownership of the project. But SL owns 96% of Bristol City who are owned by Bristol City Holdings Ltd who, along with Bristol Rugby, are owned by Pula Sport Ltd a company registered in Guernsey. Pula Sport Ltd are controlled by Pula Ltd of whom Steve Lansdown is the majority shareholder. My understanding has always been that wife Maggie owns the rest of the shares, although that may be different now.