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  1. Wasn't there a story that Tiny Penis signed players from his previous clubs knowing that he would receive a percentage of the sell-on that the the selling club would then owe him? Screwing both clubs with one transaction.
  2. Ouch! They'll be after you for that, when they get fed up with their new messiah owner (about 3 weeks into the new season).
  3. Ha ha ha, "Nottingham". Does his ambition include taking Notts County to the Premier League as well? Way to endear yourself....start off by calling your new club a name that the fans would never use!
  4. I know he knew you knew.
  5. Tammy already had it all before he came to us. We gave him a great platform to launch a mega-bucks career (hopefully) but you can tell he's been brought up the right way! I'm just relieved we didn't ruin him!! For those suggesting Sam Baldock, he singlehandedly gave the Championship to Newcastle with missed goal scoring opportunities at the weekend. Never look back.
  6. Although they didn't play together today. And when they did, we beat Rotherham.
  7. Say what you want, of course. But I don't think us football fans have done anything to line Steve Lansdown's pockets.
  8. Nice one! @Tim S Will be really good to hear Elbow again I can't remember looking forward to game this much since the end of the last promotion season.
  9. I've no idea how you would cheer/boo but for the sheer chaos I would like to see this.
  10. Who would believe it for a league match that has limited consequences for Bristol City? It's difficult to know who has actually bought all these tickets but I'm sure the revamped stadium is already doing its job in terms of bringing back good numbers of 'casual' fans when the circumstances are right. Even with the chaos of the Bristol 10k, it should be a great atmosphere and beer/cider sales will be pretty healthy. I can imagine the club are now ruing the decision to make the tickets so cheap. "Your queue number: 23133"!!! And "You are in queue for Bristol Sport Queue Management" - does anyone check this software before releasing it on the fans? Does that mean there will be more on sale once a few more Brummies have been rooted out? More than anything, I hope it's a trouble-free occasion. Just seeing 24,500 people inside Ashton Gate will be a pretty amazing sight after this roller-coaster season.
  11. I watched City play at Forest in 1992. Could only get a ticket in with the home fans at the Trent End. "Thankfully" City lost the game so I didn't have to stifle any celebration. I did have to applaud all four of their goals to keep up the pretence of being a Forest supporter. It felt strange but better than getting my head kicked in.
  12. Obviously a number of tickets will have been kept back for dignitaries, schoolkids, WAGs, transfer targets etc but according to the Bristol Sport web site there are now only 136 tickets left for sale. On that basis, Sunday's attendance will be at least 26,864 Whatever happens, it's going to be a memorable occasion. Based on big games against Rovers (many, many years ago) I wouldn't have been surprised to hear the words "delayed kick-off". But it's probably stipulated that all final Championship games start at midday on the dot. I'll be setting off about 3:00am for my 9 mile journey. Better safe than sorry.
  13. I would love to hear it again, but it was devisive! Some of the best days of my life watching the Olympics in 2012, every time it was played at Ashton Gate it took me straight back to that summer. Just the perfect mix of memories and music for me. But I like the Kick Ass score, the Wurzels, and the fanfare at the start of the first half. Basically anything I link with club works for me! You'll never keep everyone happy @Tim S so probably best to go with stuff you like!
  14. I like it when First Steps by Elbow (BBC London 2012 Olympics music) was played before the match. And I'm pretty sure not one other person thought that was a good choice.
  15. It'll be commercially sensitive but I would love to know how much our matchday revenue has increased with the number of beer/cider counters at the ground now that we've played nearly a full season in the redeveloped stadium. Drinking has never looked so popular.