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  1. Manchester Derby

    Guardiola is the best coach in the world, takes good players and makes them great players, and of course his sides are so good to watch. Raheem Sterling's understanding of space and how to operate in space has developed rapidly since Pep arrived in Manchester, feels like watching a new player at times. Really hope they kick on and beat United
  2. New Training Ground/Academy plans revealed.

    Is that just a stab in the dark or have you any inside info?
  3. The Biggest Win of the Season to date...?

    I think I'd probably take a point at Sheff Utd next weekend, point is never bad away from home, especially against another side there or thereabouts.
  4. The Biggest Win of the Season to date...?

    For me it was Sunderland away in October. A big cliché so apologies but anyone really can beat anyone in this league so it's about bouncing back. After a 0-0 against Burton and 0-3 against Leeds both at home the wheels could've fallen off at a similar time to last year. We showed spirit and LJ made good subs to grab us 3 points, sounds similar to what those at Hull said, so that's the biggest win for me. You're right though, an impressive three points that has us looking pretty. Sheffield United next week should be a really interesting game, from what I've watched they're a very good side off the ball and set a lot of successful traps but we're very creative in possession.... 0-0 written all over it!
  5. Rooney goal tonight

    https://twitter.com/PsychoCesc/status/935987083159719936
  6. Managerial roundabout (merged)

    Rafa after a messy takeover at Newcastle maybe? Purely a speculative punt that
  7. Managerial roundabout (merged)

    Careful what you wish for and all that considering LJ's stock will be rising, but I'd rather see someone take a punt on someone like LJ or Wilder rather than the 'merry go-round' of Pardew, Allardyce, Moyes etc.
  8. Young Kluivert

    Dream on.
  9. SPOTY

    apparently he's chucked his own name in the hat and is 'very interested'
  10. A source of irritation

    A big media drive from the club, evident since LJ and Ashton in particular came in. There's more frequent interviews across BBC Bristol, talksport etc as well as the vocab used as you've said. I think it's all part of pushing the club toward the premier league, by increasing air time and awareness.
  11. Preston’s Form

    I thought Mavididi was a centre forward rather than a winger? Played well for your lot since being loaned to you?
  12. Magnússon man of many talents !

    In Magnússon's case it stands for Great.
  13. Aden Flint's Pen Emoji

    An emoji?!?! Is he joking?!?!! Is he trying to force his way out the club?!?! Player power is getting out of hand, PUT HIME IN THE RESSIE'S TIL HIS CONTRACT RUNS OUT!!!!!
  14. An interesting problem in January

    For me the answer is somewhere between the two. As said above it would be wise to stick with the idea of buying players who's value can go up, not just because it makes business sense but also footballing sense. Look at Brownhill, Bryan, perhaps O'Dowda certainly the first two can improve further and go and do a good job at Premier League level. Buying them when they can still develop allows us to yes get them cheaper on lower wages but also add elements to their game we feel necessary to play how we like. The difference this Jan could be we have a bigger scope of player available as we can sell the prem push and invest more into it, so rather than buy someone who needs a season at champ level we buy someone who is champ ready who we think can then go on and develop into that premier league player.
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