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  1. Wrong again - never mind , don't worry about the truth eh Strange you can't be arsed to 'trawl' through everything when you seem so sure in what you've said in your long posts laughable
  2. Another preach Another one eyed view Please show where he was 'abused' and 'called names'.......... 'personal attacks and abuse'' 'Weeks of being abused' ..... ......add a bit ,add a bit ,make up,a bit , add a bit ...... eh dear oh dear Think you need to look back before you post shite Try reading his Hypocrite
  3. And no Rooney to slow everything down !!
  4. Well you wouldn't Tommy You lot always go for the 'Neutral' Option
  5. Did anyone know that John Pemberton ' invented ' Coca Cola ? No wonder he was slacking on the training ground
  6. A Boro Account This was the game the police had both ends of the street behind the east end seats blocked off with all the bristol coaches in between. The silly fookers had forgot to block of the back alley which ran from the road behind rght into the middle of the bristol coaches and after the game remember being in a large mob that ran through just as the bristol fans were coming out. The look of horror on their faces was a picture as they saw us piling out of the alley and they all turned and ran back into the east end seats which was the away end that day. We all got chased back down the alley by the police horses who were slipping all over on the cobbles.Somebody might of mentioned this before, but at the game at ashton gate earlier that season Co___y from redcar and a few other lads from london were in a car in bristol city centre when the were ambushed by lads who fired flares and put an axe through the wing of the car. Co___y end up in hospital in bristol and was in there local rag. Remember he said something about a "large reception commity" waiting for bristol fans in the return leg and he was'nt wrong either! And a City Lads explanation The story is that City put out flyers around appropriate Bristol hostelries titled "This is the big one not for the squeamish" and calling for a proper show. 250 were booked on five coaches including various members of a South Bristol boxing club.Sadly the Western daily press scented it and ran an article concerning the forthcoming attraction which was not be to found in the papers events listing.The police raids started in the week and one of our Wurzel kind responsible for booking five coaches took to sleeping in his garden shed.Come the Saturday some CSF sorts still assembled in Coronation Road but unknown to them the police had contacted the coach company that morning and told them to do one.A small group from North Somerset and West Wilts left Wurzel TM on the chuff chuff expecting to meet the assembled City Firm in Boro. What they found was hundreds upon hundreds of seething Boro providing the hottest reception party seen ever on Citys travels.Ayrsome was true hard Hat territory.
  7. Correct - when they scored , and the bricks came from the street parallel to where we were i.e. Over the houses !!! Didnt we miss a pen in that game (We lost 1-0)
  8. Agree Graham - so simple but it went around the ground brilliantly Would like to see him here as the keeping coach With him and Scotty on the pitch pre match, the crowd would get going early !!
  9. Another 70s ditty to 'Save all your kisses for me ' 'Save all your kisses say Cheese Save all your kisses say Cheese Bye Bye Rovers, Bye Bye We'll be thinking of you back in Division Two'
  10. From 70s 'As I was walking down Stapleton Road singing City City, City are the champions ' or the modern version 'As I was walking down Stapleton Road , avoiding the drug dealers , and heading for Ikea '
  11. I'm no LJ fan But on this I blame the players Need to drop neck deep in the mire before they wake up - Really ......
  12. You will like the lifts - They've used Lees voice Before the game you hear 'Going Up' Afterwards you are told 'Going Down'
  13. I also go back to Joe Bryan's pre match interview , Dropping in bottom 3 waking players up and hints of players collectively deciding they needed to pull their fingers out
  14. Add the summer of 15 transfers fiasco , Cotts meltdown and we've had a crazy 20 odd months !!! Oh and Pelling and Burts demise !!! Head of recruitment anyone ?
  15. Rewatched it a couple of times Hudds were definitely nowhere near where they have been most of the season Part of that was definitely due to our work rate and we hunted in pairs and in packs Some of our first time passing was really good at times As Woodsy has said a bit of both We will know a lot more in the coming weeks !!