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  1. Change it to something Jones, you used to have loads of those Sometimes you really are no fun at all
  2. Colouring in isn't bad though , stayed in the lines and everything
  3. And that's why the League are looking into changes. Wasn't against rules but if I was a B'burn fan I'd be pissed off.
  4. Made 10 changes for their match, League are talking about rule changes as it virtually relegated Blackburn Shocking !
  5. I have a theory that has proved true again. The team that misses first in penalty shoot outs' often go on to win. I pointed this out to the mrs who looked on like I was talking Greek I even fancied poor old Liam to miss to turn it around.
  6. Just one thing to add. There has been a Bristol City longer than there has been a Bristol/bath/South Glos R*vers. 1899 they became BRFC while City became Bristol City in 1897 and joined the League in 1901, that 116 years of Football League for City. Across town they not made double figures yet, even allowing for a Div 5 they didn't join until 1920 before which I guess they would have been a pub side... nothing changes . copyright mind
  7. I saw that, still trying to work out just what we have to be jealous about.
  8. This is the perfect example of what I've said for a while, it all seems like an ego trip for him while the family hopes to make money. No emotional investment, second choice after all, and a Chelsea fan. My comparison to Michael Knighton was apt ( no not the Kit one ) , Knighton went on the pitch at Old Trafford doing keep upies , before the sale had gone through, just loved the attention. This bloke is the same , loves the limelight but has made no real improvement. Gone cap in hand for backing and looks like others have seen through the plans, wouldn't be surprised if he sells up, if he can find someone to pay his price. As an aside, didn't realise the a certain Mr Oyston was approached for backing when the original backers pulled out of buying ManUtd, now that could have been funny.
  9. I don't understand such things, and if I did getting the screen up is annoying to say the least. http://crickfree.net
  10. He has a fantastic attitude , should be a great asset with the Yoof . All the skill in the world can be ruined with poor attitude .
  11. Big loss for them, think they may have been a force next year but with him gone...... I wish him good luck at Southampton
  12. Makes sense, better experience than sitting on the bench... unless he's on the bench for the U21's
  13. Now THAT would be funny
  14. The other thing to me, I would have had Pickford in . Don't think you need 4 keepers but why not include him for experience. Hart is not my fav and with Butland and Forster Pickford could have gone as 3rd choice.
  15. Thanks, that makes me feel a whole lot better