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  1. what will our accounts look like this year?

    It's what we excel at.
  2. Joe Bryan for Manchester Utd?

    .....he's one of our own?
  3. The Bristol City v Ipswich Town Match Day Thread 38

    Poor performance, but the result was everything. We've got 2 weeks to sharpen up and recuperate. City are very much in the hunt for a play off place. Watch out Smoggies and Rams!
  4. Will we get promoted this year ?

    Plus, who would have expected Huddersfield to get promoted this way last season? They triumphed on penalties in both the semi-final and final. With a two week break following the Ipswich game, a victory and the chance for a fully fit squad in the remaining fixtures means anything is possible.
  5. Words of wisdom...

    'Never give a sucker an even break' - WC Fields (Except when you're playing Sunderland, Leeds, etc, insert as appropriate)
  6. This Makes me Question Lansdown's Commitment

    Potato gun! Haven't you seen the size of his portfolio?
  7. West Ham

    Considering the industry that gave Gold and Sullivan their massive wealth, this picture could easily be misconstrued!
  8. Pathetic

    Fair point, well made. But we'll need some more experienced heads who've been there and done it, to steady the ship if we're faced with the same challenge next season. I just wish that Mr Ashton hadn't said we're not chasing promotion this season because it's easy to misinterpret as showing a lack of ambition. In retrospect if the plan is evolution then why sign the likes of Liam Walsh and Ryan Kent during the January window? Raw youngsters need to time to build form - in Kent's case to reignite it - and now is not the time. As for Diony, he hasn't shown anything yet to suggest he will improve the team. Wasn't that the point of recruiting him? Some posters have said that he needs 10 games before they can pass judgement, but City don't have that luxury with priceless points to play for. Lets hope that he rediscovers some confidence this Saturday for an inevitable substitute cameo, or is able to find the help he so desperately needs during the international break.
  9. Subs - LJ gets it wrong again

    Sorry Alan, but this reminds of the Richard Pryor response when his wife finds him in bed with another woman. "Who ya gonna believe, me or your lyin eyes?"
  10. Pathetic

    Thanks JD. I'm just staggered that a team that sat proudly in second place, following the Reading win on match day 24 has faded away. Its taken ten long years to earn the opportunity of a Championship play off, but unless there's a dramatic change in form in the remaining games, this season will end in disappointment. None of the three January signings have experience of a promotion campaign at this level, or played in the Premier League and it's that quality we're missing.
  11. Pathetic

    If we beat Ipswich next week, then the international break could be kind to us, by hopefully enabling a fit again COD, a refreshed Joe Bryan and LJ's refocused troops when we resume on Good Friday, March 30th at Barnsley.
  12. Pathetic

    Mark Ashton should be ashamed.
  13. Pathetic

    Ashton has failed. The best chance of Premier League football for a decade has been let down by poor signings.
  14. Pathetic

    Ashton is a perfectly polished penguin who has failed us. Lee has small group of quality players, the rest are pants.
  15. Pathetic

    The team aiming for the play-offs dragged themselves down to the level of relegation fodder. City were truly awful and a season that promised a top six finish is ebbing towards mid table mediocrity. Mark Ashton must be scouting on Instagram and has failed Lee Johnson, the club and fans with poor signings in January. Walsh and Kent are players that need a pre season and Diony looks like a booby prize in a raffle. Today, the music died. I was there.