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eardun

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  1. Gary Rowlett - fair play to him

    Agree. He also suggested that Derby were the only team looking to win it which was nonsense.
  2. Where did Fulham come from?

    Going to be tough staying in the top 6. Clubs with far stronger squads and more resources are improving. Boro will fancy their chances too. But you never know! Been a really enjoyable season - exceeding my expectations - whatever happens.
  3. Favourite ' mistress ' clubs

    Man City in the early 80s because Gerry Gow joined them and played in the cup final. I keep an eye out for the Exeter results as I lived there in the 90s.
  4. Bailey Wright knee scan

    They signed Jerome today.
  5. Bailey Wright knee scan

    Yes just read this on BBC site re Derby’s signing of Cameron Jerome today: ‘Derby, who are second in the Championship, table, already have numerous attacking options with Matej Vydra, Sam Winnall, David Nugent, Darren Bent, Chris Martin, Johnny Russell, Tom Lawrence, Andreas Weimann and Mason Bennett in their squad.’ Amazing we are competing really.
  6. We went on a run before, we can do it again!!

    Yes QPR followed by Bolton and Sunderland are (in theory) good opportunities to turn our form around. I’d still be more than happy with making the play offs; that will have exceeded my expectations for the season. While Derby look favourites for 2nd at the moment. I wouldn’t rule out Villa.
  7. Derby away and Man City next...

    Agree. Followed by wins v QPR, Bolton and Sunderland!
  8. Liam Walsh

    Agree that Paterson needs to play centrally, and I was expecting to see this given the new recruits. I like the look of Walsh; some of the inter-play with team mates was great considering he has only been with us for about a week. Plus he is only 20 with limited first team experience. We could have a star of the future. I think the Man City game took a lot out of us mentally as well as physically.
  9. Parson street rail station needs Bristol City fans

    Agree. It was one of NTTDS’ posts a while back encouraging ‘travel by train day’ that prompted me to try it and I now travel from the New Forest to Parson St by train every match (or to BTM for evening matches - the 2 mile walk for those is also doing me good, especially going back quickly to make the last train!). Far more relaxing than driving - and trying to park.
  10. Will we struggle because...

    Liam Walsh’s passing ability may be the answer.
  11. Team V Norwich

    How about: Fielding Wright, Flint, Baker, Bryan Brownhill, Walsh, Smith, Kent Paterson Reid May be two soon to have the two new boys starting together but I reckon we may see this line up soon if only from the bench. I like the fact that Kent gives us the option to play Paterson centrally with Bryan at left back.
  12. Sky Sports Championship Predictor 4th !

    Maybe this team is the one to finally bring us play-off success. Been a long time coming. I reckon this team may finally erase the memory of Walsall, Cardiff, Hull, Brighton (especially Brighton - that was the worst feeling). I’d prefer 2nd, but beating, say, Villa and Cardiff in the play offs would be a great way to do it!
  13. Liam Walsh

    Agree he looked good. And confident for a youngster.
  14. How You All Feeling?

    Love this group of players and management team. Technically brilliant but they all work so hard. I hope they get the promotion they all deserve and we don’t lose any of them in this month’s transfer window.
  15. My strange semi final dream

    Sounds like the feeling after our last semi final first leg. John Pender’s o.g. late on after Paul Mardon’s cracker. Feels like yesterday!
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