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  1. Take a look at the St Pauli website which can be translated into English if your German is not up to much. In my opinion it says everything about how you would want your club to be run. https://www.fcstpauli.com/en/club/guiding-principles/
  2. Surely he owes Stockdale a couple of beers for the goal. Mind you it looks like he's quite used to putting a few away judging by the size of him.
  3. Absolutely spot on. We got hammered once and didn't show up on a few occasions. But the stats show even during the horrendous run we were losing by the odd goal so were generally still competitive and in with a chance of picking up points.
  4. Was on the same train. Ridiculous that London to Bristol took 3.5 hours. But what really frustrated me was the lack of information provided by the the train guard. Passengers were having to tell him what travel options there were from Taunton to Bristol. He didn't have a clue Another city fan got off the train at Chippenham and paid £60 to get to AG. I suggested to the guard that as FGW hadn't got us to the station we had booked to in reasonable time they should meet the cost of taxis. His reply was it's not our fault blame national rail. Shocking.
  5. Feel your pain! Left London on the 8am train only to be diverted via Taunton! Got to AG at 1150 and just got back to Brighton. Disappointing performance but worth it it to see Tammy's last game and to show appreciation for Steve Cotterill
  6. An insightful and well thought out post.
  7. No problem with that at all. Surely that's what an open forum is all about.
  8. Equally those names are strangely missing when we do well!
  9. This thread sounds like something is being made out of nothing to me. Yes SC gave us our best season in years and yes it was fitting that we gave him the respect he deserves today. But things weren't working well towards the end and ultimately the change ensured we remained in the championship. LJ is a different character and takes after his old man with being up for a bit of banter and having a laugh. Doesn't make him any less serious or committed than SC or any other manager we've had. I'm happy that Cotts got us to where we are and with Lee being given the opportunity to build on that.
  10. Do you think Tammy would have wanted to come off? I don't as I think the opportunity to score goals is more important to him.
  11. Pillred are you from the UN peacekeeping force?! if you are right and it is currently a draw then I predict a win AET and penalties for LJ. Yes it's been that close.
  12. I think maybe the comments are aimed at some posters who refuse to recognise anything positive that LJ might have a part in. Posters will never agree on a forum and why should they. But not being able to acknowledge when we start to do ok is a bit strange to say the least.
  13. Not really. Our manager has been nominated for manager of the month? Giving credit where it's due is perfectly reasonable in my opinion.
  14. Not sure about that. Liked him at City and didn't get the run in the team he probably deserved. Just seen he played over 50 international games so couldn't have been that bad!
  15. Of course we should win a game when leading 3-0. We didn't and that is history. However what a couple of posters have said is that the 1st half showed what we could be capable of. I've been going home and away for 30 years and I am struggling to remember a better execution of football from bcfc. The problem is we didn't see it through on that day hence the disappointment. My view is that if we can find that formula that worked so well in the 1st half and on a number of other occasions (Newcastle, Brighton away and Huddersfield, Villa at home) then there could be exciting times ahead. Sticking with LJ on that basis is the right decision for now in my opinion