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  1. Did Greg Goodridge and Ade Akinbiyi ever have a love child together? ;-)
  2. Bournemouth were linked with him in the summer. The Ligue 1 side is reportedly demanding something in the region of £13m for their prized asset, who has 10 goals and assisted eight times in 35 league outings. The 24-year-old has caught the eyes of numerous other clubs across Europe and Bournemouth will do extremely well to win the race to land him. Dijon have finished the French domestic league in the 16th position and Diony played a significant role in helping them stay the top-flight football. A centre-forward by nature, he can also play in the right winger’s role and his versatility could be a huge asset for Howe, who already has hardworking forwards like Joshua King and Benik Afobe up front. An academy product of FC Girondins Bordeaux, Diony has spent time with clubs like FC Nantes and Stade Montois before Dijon picked him up in the winter of 2014. Diony is known for his dribbling abilities and perfectly measured long-shots. Alongside the likes of Junior Stanislas, Ryan Fraser and Calum Wilson, he could fire Bournemouth to a better finish in the table next season.
  3. kinnel....'Be strong like a Gorilla and eat plenty of bananas'...wtf!!!
  4. Spot the spelling mistake

    These are being sold on ebay now for a mark up of £6.75 plus postage. Even Saturdays QPR game is for sale at a mark up, delivered by Saturday. Bristolcityprogrammes based in Porishead.
  5. Predicted Table

    His work is generally very accurate, however you do get the odd fluctuation, where the stats don't link up with the results being achieved. For example...Ipswich this season are still over achieving going by their stats. Earlier in the season Brentford had awesome stats, the best in the league but were really struggling. I suggested at the time that Brentford would still make the play offs. I got told by a few on here that there was no chance. Now look at them...3 points off play offs and 4th best form over last 10 games. The stats he uses generally work and are a good indicator.
  6. Predicted Table

    Really? I suggest you look at last seasons predictions and how close he got them. https://experimental361.com/2017/05/08/model-trends-championship-201617/
  7. Predicted Table

    This guy is pretty good with his predictions. Worth a look. https://experimental361.com/2018/01/21/return-of-the-e-ratings-championship-21-jan-2018/
  8. Man City on Tuesday

    I was thinking more along the lines of packing the midfield and playing narrow. Man City play really wide...with players on both touchlines. I noticed a lot of space when they did this in midfield. I'd be tempted to play... ------------------------------------------------------------------FF/Steele---------------------------------------------------------------- Wright------------------------------Flint------------------------------------------Baker if fit-------------------------------Bryan ------------------Smith--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Pack------------------------- ------------------------------Brownhill----------------------Reid------------------------------Pato----------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------------------------Famara---------------------------------------------------------------------
  9. Man City on Tuesday

    Who knows...I've just got a feeling we may do something Man City haven't planned for.
  10. Man City on Tuesday

    I wouldn't be surprised if LJ has a cunning plan, and plays in a completely different way to how we played in the first leg.
  11. What's your most prized City memorabilia ?

    Reminds me of getting my City legends book signed by Alec Eisentragger...for my father. He was his favourite player. What a Gentleman he was. My fathered loved it...same sentiments seeing his face. Sadly my father is almost blind now, with 10% hearing. Just memories for him now and struggling to listen to commentary on the radio.
  12. Woodrow.

    Once we have a fully fit match day squad, with our new additions, players will be left out. All depends on who's fit and the game plan, and who's in form or impressing in training. Resting players etc,etc,etc. No disrespect to the OP, but I hope we don't have threads every week asking why players were left out. Some will be disappointed.
  13. What we’re up against...

    I said that to my Cardiff friends...would be absolute carnage. However...I actually think Cardiff and Sheff Utd are going to fall away out of the play offs. Norwich, Fulham and Brentford are my outsiders to get in the play offs...2 from those. Us and Derby to join them in play offs. Wolves and Villa to go up.
  14. Marlon Pack

    Agreed mate...Both have improved greatly this season. What is noticeable is the understanding they have together, and with everyone else in the team. Much goes through them and they are pivotal to a lot of our success. It's that understanding and development over time that has born fruits. It's noticeable how many short sharp passes we make through the lines...it's the best I've seen us ever do. A lot of this is learnt and ingrained on the training pitch. Walsh and Kent are both good footballers, but when they play it becomes more disjointed. Obviously over time that will change with practicing our way of playing. However....when we play a settled team of players that have been together since last season, it's very noticeable how almost 'telepathic' they have become when it comes to making the right decision, pass or move.
  15. Bobby Reid

    Every time I watched Keogh he looked 'manic'...reminded me of the mad Irishman in Braveheart for some reason :laugh:
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