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  1. Good away point and a clean sheet as well. We are made of sterner stuff this season.
  2. Last season’s game up there seemed to be a turning point when things stared to go pear shaped for us. Hopefully today’s game will be better for us. I reckon we’ve got enough about us this season to get at least a draw.
  3. Well done to the under 23s. It's always good to put the fewers in their place.
  4. Ian Alexander's "tackles" on Smith that game were disgusting and had the clear intention if causing injury. He was lucky to stay on the pitch for as long as he did.
  5. 15300

    Over 15000 season tickets is really good considering that up until so far this season we've struggled since returning to the Championship. It feels like we're a club on the up. Long may it continue.
  6. It’s a shame that for whatever reason the museum has not happened. There must be loads of stuff (including pictures) locked away that could be displayed, and when things like Billy Wedlock’s caps become available I would have thought the club would try to snap them up (and for all I know this might be happening) rather than just leaving them in the hands of a private collector. Didn’t the club ask for donations from fans at some point as well? Presumably it still has whatever items people handed in?
  7. Congratulations Steve. Thanks for all you continue to do for Bristol City.
  8. Got mine and the kids' tickets for the Manchester game loaded onto our season cards earlier today. Pretty easy process - only took a few minutes.
  9. Agreed. Just like City wore purple unnecessarily at Fulham a few weeks ago. It's not a big deal in the wider scheme of things but it really annoys me when teams wear their away kit when there is no need. Also having 3rd kits.
  10. Sheffield Wednesday away (Merged)

    I remember that one. My only visit so far to Hillsborough. Can't remember much about the game but I liked the ground. Was that around the time when Danny Wilson was under fire from lots of Sheff Wed fans, including the MP David Blunkett?
  11. FRT 1987 video.

    Very painful defeat. When Riley equalised I thought we'd go on to win. I still can't bring myself to watch the penalties. The 5-4 victory at their place about 16 years later provided some payback and Mansfield were fully forgiven with interest following a certain game in 2015. Not sure why we wore the white shirts that day seeing as their was no clash with Mansfield's kit. It didn't really bother me at the time but looking back I now blame it for our defeat.
  12. FRT 1986 clips from HTV

    Great stuff. I love the scoreboard with the guy in the white coat changing the scores manually! What a special day that was, absolutely unforgettable. I love Terry Cooper's emotional interview as well. Gets me every time.
  13. I’m not keen on the dark blue kit. It just doesn’t look like England. I hate the current home kit as well. Will we ever return to a traditional kit for the national side?
  14. Pre Match Atmosphere v Manchester

    It’s still heartbreaking to see that shot fail to creep in. I’ve always been convinced that we’d have beaten Luton in the final had we got there.
  15. Pre Match Atmosphere v Manchester

    Great video. The noise was ear-splitting in the East End that day. Completely agree that pre-match music, especially at the high volume it’s usually played at, can completely kill an atmosphere.