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Ben4BCFC last won the day on April 28 2015

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  1. Two Years Today

    So... what's a goblin?
  2. Cardiff Home End

    Based on this... https://cardiffcityhospitality.com/hospitality-match-match/ As a category A match, which it is, it'd be £990+VAT (so just shy of £1200) - with up to 15 guests. £80 a head. Pretty good deal if you ask me.
  3. Zak Vyner

    He was at the Man City game, that's for sure. And saw him post on Instagram lately in Bristol. I may be wrong but I echo the others that I think that's Djuric?
  4. HELP!

    I knew I could count on OTIB.
  5. HELP!

    I've got a work do tomorrow that I have to attend. Means I'll miss the game. Anyone got any tips on how to secretly watch the match without being caught?
  6. Zak Vyner

    Anyone else think that the long silence on Pisano could actually be him closer to a return than expected? I wouldn't be surprised if he's fit very soon.
  7. Favourite ' mistress ' clubs

    A good mate of mine is a die hard Swansea fan; and over the past few years that we've known each other, I've grown to be pretty fond of them. It helps that his hatred for Cardiff is as strong as mine, and in turn, he has developed a love for us and a pretty strong dislike for the G*s. Tammy being there was a nice bonus too, and they're actually one of the few teams that got promoted from the Championship that I had no gripes with. Some of the best football I've seen from a league rival played at AG the year they went up.
  8. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Imagine selling your best player to your city rivals for pennies one January, then the next January, selling your best player as a replacement for the striker your city rivals are gonna sign. FTG.
  9. Man City Away - Parking

    Okay last minute may be a bit of an exaggeration, but I go away on Thursday night until Tuesday, and those who were getting the minibus have organised alternative transport so it's just 3 of us - so not gonna organise another minibus.
  10. Man City Away - Parking

    Was meant to be on a minibus but it fell through last minute and so will have to drive. Anyone happen to have any tips on where to park? I have zero knowledge of Manchester...
  11. QPR Pubs

    I don’t know the area at all but a good mate of mine based near there has said Belushi’s
  12. QPR - Rucksack

    Cheers CNC. I assumed I would be as I can’t imagine it’s a rare occurrence, but wanted to check as he last thing I fancy is being turned away or having to dump it somewhere ha!
  13. QPR - Rucksack

    Hi all, Possibly a stupid question so apologies, but does anyone know how QPR are with away fans taking in rucksacks? I’m coming possibly straight from the train station and will have clothes/overnight stuff for staying the night in London. Would this be any sort of issue at all? I’m sure it wouldn’t but thought I’d check!
  14. How do we beat Manchester?

    Who is to say that without the goal O'Dowda scored against Palace he wouldn't have had the blistering form he had the last month? Or the games Taylor, Magnússon and Djuric had earlier in the competition allowed them to be more fit when our injury crisis began to hit? All ifs/buts/maybes. You cannot say that 5 wins, a draw and a loss shows we have become distracted by a big cup game. If you think that isn't a good return and is the result of a distracted side, then you have a far superior opinion of our squad than myself and many others; and one so superior that we should be able to compete on multiple fronts if we are that good. History differs depending on stats. Man United in 98/99 won the treble. The two cup runs didn't affect their league position. Arsenal have won many a double. Chelsea too. We won the double 3 years ago if you remember; in a season with many a cup game and many a league game. It's all down to context and viewpoint.
  15. How do we beat Manchester?

    Don't see how you can say this. Since the draw was made, we've beaten Sunderland, Fulham and Hull away from home; beaten promotion rivals Cardiff and Middlesbrough at home, and nicked a point away at a very good Sheffield Wednesday side. Our only blip was against Preston. Not been a distraction at all if you ask me. A chance for the players to play against a team we hope to have two fixtures against next season, and a reward to all the fans that have wanted a big cup tie down the years. Another chance to showcase us as a club to potential signings if we put on a good performance, and a chance to get £1m+ which would in theory pay the wages of a £20k a week player for a year to help towards a push for promotion. Mental how fans manage to see the negative in an opportunity like this.