Jump to content

Welcome to One Team in Bristol - Bristol City Forums

Welcome to One Team in Bristol - Bristol City Forums, like most online communities you must register to view or post in our community, but don't worry this is a simple free process that requires minimal information for you to signup. Be a part of One Team in Bristol - Bristol City Forums by signing in or creating an account.

  • Start new topics and reply to others
  • Full access to all forums (not all viewable as guest)
  • Subscribe to topics and forums to get email updates
  • Get your own profile page and make new friends
  • Send personal messages to other members.
  • Support OTIB with a premium membership

Coxy27

Members
  • Content count

    1,217
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

281
  1. Reading

    Personally I think that is pretty outrageous. I know there are differences in costs for security, policing, and whatever else, but if they charged us £20 I'd like to think we would be able to do the same. It might be a crazy suggestion, but I personally would be happy to contribute £12 (perhaps £6 would be better then over the two matches each fan has paid equally) towards a ticket for a Reading fan who otherwise wouldn't go for £32. I appreciate there will be people who weren't able to do that, or didn't want to, but it would make quite a statement I feel if even a small group did something like that to highlight the feeling that there should be a level playing field for fans within the same league. When you've got your own club's fans subsidising tickets for away fans I think it would hit home to those involved in pricing that they have got it wrong.
  2. Team for Forest

    There are a lot of people saying they wouldn't 'risk' Korey Smith. His injury was a gash on the leg, not a muscle problem, it was only a week ago and he was in the team consistently before that so he doesn't have a fitness issue. What is the risk? If he's not in physical pain from the injury, play him!
  3. Priority Poll - Forest or Manchester?

    Winning on Wednesday would be a monumental moment in our clubs history, but the chances are that is all it would become, a moment of history. Winning on Saturday could prove to have a huge impact on our club's future in the long term. I'll take Saturday.
  4. YEE HAW

    To be fair Pato himself said in his post-match interview that Sheffield United 'weren't third for nothing' Correct Jamie, they weren't.
  5. Reading v Cardiff

    They certainly aren't great but they are 11 points clear of 7th place. It would take a big fall off in form, or very good consistency from 6 other teams to oust them from the top 6. Personally I'd be amazed if they don't finish in the top 6, even if I agree with you that they're not particularly good.
  6. England fans, Belgium WC game.

    Total scaremongering.
  7. Korey Smith

    There were a lot of big performances, but how anyone could say that Bobby Reid was not the man of the match is beyond me.
  8. Bobby

    Olé recently posted that we had a "genuine superstar" in Bobby Reid in one of his match reviews. I thought it was an exaggeration at the time. Today he was exactly that. Consistency is the key, but if he continues to play like that, that's exactly what he will be.
  9. Football tonight.

    You're drawing that conclusion based on what exactly? There could be a perfectly valid reason for all we know.
  10. SPOTY

    No. They met in 2014 when she was hired to organise his Birthday party... I personally doubt Premier League footballers live on council estates.
  11. Be nice to see us in the Purple and Lime kit on saturday

    Err, no we haven't?
  12. Manchester Cash Cow ....

    oldrosie is a wind-up poster, how haven't people realised this yet!
  13. Rainbow coloured corner flags at football matches starting Saturday

    He says football isn't full of closet homosexuals, the poor man was knocked back by them all.
  14. England 2018 World Cup

    Bearing in mind that each group can only have one nation from each confederation in it, with the exception of UEFA, which may have two nations per group, I don't think there are really any horrible group options. Based on Ranking the worst group we could get is: Germany, England, Costa Rica, Nigeria. Granted, Costa Rica went through at our expense last time, but should we really be frightened by them (Or Nigeria)? If we are, we might as well not get on the plane. Going with a bit of common sense, you'd probably say the toughest group we could get would be: Brazil, England, Sweden/Denmark, Japan. That's fairly tough, but not as tough as our group from 2014, and we'd certainly be favourites to qualify.
  15. England 2018 World Cup

    So did you give up on City last year, but come back now that we're doing alright?
×