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  1. Colours

    Personally I love all red, but I have fond memories of that night in Coventry wearing Red & Black
  2. Nile Ranger Sacked AGAIN!

    Strange. Read this on twitter earlier from an account who broke the Matt Taylor transfer last season. Take it as you will................................
  3. Favourite Wolves memories

    Steve Bull NOT scoring. Or, Three little pigs.
  4. Worst single moment watching City

    Financial collapse in 1981 & the Ashton Gate 8.
  5. scoring 3 away from home

    0-4 v Birmingham at St Andrews 89-90? 0-5 v Swansea at Vetch Field same season.
  6. Red Shorts

    I don't disagree, but when I first went to Ashton Gate, City were wearing ALL RED, and it's my preferred choice.
  7. Red Shorts

    Will always be ALL Red for me - as it was in late 60's
  8. Card not arrived - can anyone do me a favour please?

    Last year was awful under Johnson, I have to agree. Where we differ, however, is that it's the team that matters. Bristol City will be here long after Johnson has departed. The same Bristol City I started supporting back in 67/68 There have been tough, bad and uninspiring times throughout the 50+ years I've been lucky enough to have supported City. Football league Cup Semi finalists, Portsmouth, First Division football, Arsenal, Coventry City, The fall from grace, Bankruptcy, Support City Now or Never, The Ashton Gate Eight, BCFC82, Terry Cooper, Promotion, Wembley, Joe Jordan, Wembley, League Cup Semi finalists again, Promotion, - we go on and on. Agreed, there were dreadful times, Pulis, Osman, and Tinnion all failed BCFC miserably as managers - But THE CLUB IS BIGGER Hopefully, Johnson's fingers were bunt last season, and we progress and move forward this season, with more emphasis on entertainment. My ticket arrived this morning! Am I excited? NO But what would I /you do on a Saturday afternoon? This is Bristol City Football Club
  9. Email from the club re non-renewal of season card

    Not unloved, just not entertained this season. That said, the last three home performances have shown there is something there.
  10. Email from the club re non-renewal of season card

    Not had one as yet. Still undecided on whether to renew.
  11. Radio Bristol

    My questions would be. Whilst searching for a new head coach after Steve Cotterills departure, Mark Ashton said in the press, that City fans would be amazed at the high calibre of applicants. 1. Why weren't any of these appointed? 2. Knowing good managers insist on sole control of team affairs, was Lee Johnsons appointment done to allow you, or your spokesmen, an easier ride in trying to have an input into team affairs?
  12. City's best full backs

    not many players could dominate a game from Left back quite like Terry Cooper. Maybe Jim Brennan more recently. As for right back, Gerry Sweeney or Rob Newman.
  13. City's best full backs

    not many players could dominate a game from Left back quite like Terry Cooper. Maybe Jim Brennan more recently. As for right back, Gerry Sweeney or Rob Newman.
  14. Good effort Luke good luck mate!

    Yes, he has deserted a sinking ship with a clueless manager. However, he has chosen to join up with that Gas C*** so as far as I'm concerned good riddance. And, before any happy clappers want to criticise my post, I was a Freeman fan of sorts.
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