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  1. Wheelchair spaces

    I would suggest that the fixture against Manchester United was the largest Wheelchair attendance at Ashton Gate ever. On the day that marks the fifth anniversary of my brother Ians passing, I would say I am always very proud when I see the area bearing his name, full to capacity.
  2. Team v Man City

    In his press conference, at around minute 16, LJ says we may have a debut or two. Who are they going to be?
  3. VAR

    I see there being a great deal of discussion about incidents at corners.
  4. Jerry the Legend

    Fantastic achievement. Well Done.
  5. Manchester City Away Tickets - SOLD OUT

    Does anyone know where the level 3 wheelchair spaces are?
  6. Manchester City Away Tickets - SOLD OUT

    Correct. But good luck getting through. I have already been cut off 4 times.
  7. Todays Referee

    Was the same referee who sent Matty Taylor off for getting headbutted v Leeds.
  8. Graffiti artwork in Ashton Gate

    I was very proud when I saw my brothers name their on Saturday. The Norwich game will mark the 5th anniversary since Ian passed away, and I am glad when people remember him. COYR.
  9. Bailey Wright - Suspended for 2 matches

    I think all Everton need to do is show the footage of the Watford penalty against Arsenal, where the player was not punished retrospectively. I just find it amazing that this punishment will be a two game ban, whereas when Dele Ali dived v Huddersfield the punishment was a yellow card. So the logic here, is not to punish diving but to punish players who get away with diving due to poor referee decisions.
  10. Bailey Wright - Suspended for 2 matches

    I should imagine that the Bristol City legal team, are about to tear this little report to shreds. Running at a player and putting him on the deck while a break in play, is not even a yellow card. Cue free for all in breaks in play. Three ex professionals not believing the testimony of a current professional. I wonder what PFA think? Two game ban for every player who does not hold the actual part of their bodywhere the footage, shows where they are struck. I do wonder if the assistant referee would actually have seen BW on the floor. Lots of suspensions coming soon.
  11. People asking for more than one ticket for a Season Ticket holders, should consider a Bradford game in the FA Cup a few years ago, where more than one ticket was allowed. Meltdown, as some Season Ticket holders could not purchase a ticket.
  12. Many years ago I think OTIB was sponsored by our football club, this lead to instances where comments on this forum were printed with the addition “ as quoted on the Bristol City FC official forum” leaving it in readers mind that perhaps the club support this thought. Hence it became independent of the Club. Now the back drop to Saturday was the Birmingham V Villa match where a great deal of criticism was given to Birmingham for issuing fans with a paper item, which for most of the game were used to try an make a collage on the pitch. So ovbiously the EFL were going to be very sensitive to any similar ideas. Now suppose on Saturday it had all kicked off in the Stadium, the fact that a display of the St. George’s Flag had been displayed would have been an easy excuse to blame, and the fact that it was a display as opposed to a flag, could, probably would have been used as the Club had incited Cardiff fans in the press. Thus the EFL, would have been on our case again. Personally, I have no problem with the planned display, but I can see why our Club got a little twitchy, with this display, at this match and this time. There are obviously lessons to be learnt on both sides. It is a shame that at such a positive time for our Club, such issues arise.
  13. Well, I have just read all of this, and as I sit at the front of the Dolman Stand (in the wheelchair area) so at the game I could not make out what the display was, due to viewing angle. When I got home and saw pictures I honestly though it was red poppies on a white background. Good idea but there are a few lessons for all parties. ps. I hope changing pattern to red and white quarters is not an idea for next seasons kit, that would make 75% of Bristol very angry.
  14. Dolman Tannoy - again

    Mark Kelly was on Radio Bristol last week, on Sound of the City. I missed the first twenty minutes, was this matter not raised. I have stopped trying to listen to tannoy, as it is a waste of effort.
  15. Dolman Tannoy - again

    We are even moved kick offs to midday so people can’t complain about not hearing half time scores.
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