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  1. If this thread wasn't onto a winner already...
  2. Cotterill gave him several public bollockings and he didn't really fancy any more. Don't really blame him, either. I'd back SC on most of his dealings that summer but the way he treated Fredericks was not one of them.
  3. It was easily doable, he was still there in office hours. And my dad's bigger than your dad while we're on the subject of ITKs.
  4. So too did Kermagont, who had even had a photo taken with the shirt before a quick jaunt down the M4. Wouldve been a good buy, but no one got their arses in gear until the last moment and it gave Reading the opportunity to strike.
  5. Maybe partly that but primarily that they were never going to sign in a million years.
  6. As I said, not getting into this again but for the record, panic bids who don't come off (you actually have to buy/loan a player for them to improve your team) after a summer of boardroom failings & missing out on actual realistic targets isn't the most watertight response I've ever heard. Funnily enough, neither LJ nor SC left their targets until August. But one of them had an infinitely superior support network to get them done. Say what you like about MA and he is a slimy bastard, he gets stuff done. The other had Keith Dawe. Go figure.
  7. You can be quiet.
  8. He has an infinitely superior support structure around him, and more funds at his disposal. Even with that, he nearly got us relegated. Mark Ashton vs Keith Dawe. Hmmm.
  9. He being Mark Ashton? That said, don't really want to get into this endless debate again. The logic is all out there.
  10. And several million pounds' worth of players more at his disposal.
  11. 14th of May? They're off their nut if they thought it was going to come out on a Sunday.
  12. Why did it have to be mentioned together? I've read it about eight times now and it's just stupid. No it doesn't have a pop at Bradley or the others but why use the banner to contrast it with Sunderland getting relegated? It's just a really weird thing to compare. Obviously because Bradley's family don't find it offensive means no one else can have an opinion though, so don't mind me.
  13. Oh I see. He'll have meant the fact you have to be "fair and accurate" in your reporting of a case, so Geoff will have included the extra fluff to help on that front. One person's interpretation is not the same as another's, I think it could easily have run without it. One thing I will say though, is if that you read the article not looking for any City bashing, there's nothing in it which suggests being a City fan has anything to do with also biting children...
  14. What court ruling is this?
  15. Ok now this is turning into a hatchet job, just on Tristan by OTIB. If you're going to suggest someone is being dishonest at least know what you're talking about first! Please don't take this as me sticking up for the Post in general but with a journalist in a former life hat on, it's not really fair to hammer them for stuff they haven't done wrong. The Post has been web-first for a long time, where there is no limit to length (except the length of your regular reader's attention span, so we're talking seconds). So something like a final par adding a small amount of colour would be the first thing to go when the same story is put on a page. Also, the point about search engines is nonsense. Try googling "Bristol City fan court" and limiting the search to the past 24 hours. Even then, the story on the Post website isn't even on the first page of results, but ironically this thread is. You'd have to be looking very hard to find it through Google.