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Davefevs last won the day on December 12 2017

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  1. Mrs Fevs and Joe were very impressed by the training ground canteen. Mrs Fevs is hard to please....on the food front!
  2. Transfermarkt says £9.00m transfer from Dijon to St Etienne....but only valuing him currently at £5.4m.
  3. Tuesdays ref Graham Scott from Oxfordshire

    Willem or Jermaine Defoe?
  4. Will Man City fly down tuesday morning?or are they already here?

    Pep "parking the bus already" I used to park my car outside there on a morning before walking into Harbourside.
  5. Flags

    Really hoping to be there tomorrow night - Joe will need a last minute fitness test. The S82 stuff is great and I think it gives the players a boost. Fine margins and all that.
  6. Interesting debate other side of the severn

    His skills haven’t diminished since the transfer
  7. BCFC v MCFC

    Darn you!
  8. BCFC v MCFC

    I know I support LFC, but that was against 10-men....Salah high foot, just gone one-up having seen Liverpool create (and fail to take) the better chances. No way was that a 5-0 if it stayed 11v11. Man City might be the best footballing side in the world....I like watching them as a neutral as much as I did the Arsenal team of Henry, Pires, Bergkamp, Vieira etc. But very easy to challenge "best team in the world". Over two legs in the latter stages of the Champions League, they will have the chance to show their credentials. There are sides in Europe who won’t let them have 65-85% possession and their defence will be seriously tested. Easier to defend 15-35% possession! When that possession stats becomes more equal we’ll see whether they can score enough with 50% to overcome how many they concede having defend half the game. I hope they do go to prove it, but I think it’s premature at this point to give them the accolade "by a country mile".
  9. BCFC v MCFC

    You might even say that about Pep....."City have some good footballers, Pack, and.........Wright" I don’t think they did their homework on us. They might have expected that as a footballing side we’d defend like Wolves did, but we didn’t.
  10. Best city goal you have seen

    Do you mean the Rob Newman....35 yarder on the volley from a Joe Jordan chested lay-off? It was in my top 3, now in my top 4, following Joe’s goal.
  11. Long shot !

    He hit that so clean.
  12. Taylor Moore

    Your 100th post BF, pretty much on the money as the other 99. Always good to read your view.
  13. Interesting debate other side of the severn

    He’s been better in 2018. I think OTIB signed him as a "not for the now", but I think after 26,000 posts he might have found some form.
  14. Best city goal you have seen

    Some great goals being remembered here. Unfortunately for me I only saw most of them on tv. There is something about witnessing these live! You lucky sods.
  15. Exciting times...?

    ....and to some extent us playing the same eleven for the last two months has made it easier for team’s to watch us and be pretty confident that’s the way we are gonna play, as per Lew-T’s post below. I wasn’t at the Norwich game, so can’t comment. If you take Derby’s previous 4 matches (before Friday) they kept the same 4231 each game (as they did with us), but they were able to mix and match players. Nugent and Winnall, not hugely different, but give defenders different issues Weimann and Lawrence, One all about pace, the other about skills (over-generalisation I accept)....Bailey Wright is gonna have to wait for the team-sheet before knowing who he’s up against Thorne or Johnson, one sits and the other wants to be a bit of a glory-boy getting forward. etc Yes, and that is why I’m hoping Famara Diedhiou will give us the option to play differently within the same game. We can go longer, but also allow Bobby to float short and off the shoulder into the channels. Suddenly looking at who passes to Pato becomes a bit obsolete and City are no longer dependent on playing through the lines. I quite like it when we play a bit quicker into the front men or Down the sides, especially where opposition want to squeeze and condense our midfield....with Fam and Bobby spinning into those channels, either getting on the ball 40 yards further forward, or forcing throw-ins in the last third. Not necessarily for Hörður’s long throws, but a chance to get everyone up and create the pressure. It’s what we did against Boro, who’s full-backs (Fabio and Christie) played incredibly high to stop our wide midfielders (Brownhill and Bryan) influencing the game, but we just chipped balls in behind them, down the sides and got Good possession high up.