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  1. Burton, Milwall and Bolton

    And although we've struggled in these games, we've taken 5 points annoy conceded. We'd have been lucky to get 2 points from them last season so it shows the steady progress we are making. On to Leeds!
  2. Bristol City or England?

    City all day long. Used to get caught up in the media hype going into every tournament, but since the so called golden generations shoot out failures and Rooney's outburst against the fans in 2010, my patience for England has ran out.
  3. Palace at Home

    Because we're Bristol City... we never get the big teams!
  4. Who Do We Want Next?

    I really fancied a big away game, especially Everton or Man United. But as I'm on shift and got no holiday left I'd love United or Arsenal at the gate!
  5. Gas in the next round anyone?

    Would love one of the top sides at home in front of a full house. Or Everton away... classic old stadium, one I've never been to!
  6. Charity football match and Family funday

    Well done to all involved in organising this event. Had a great afternoon!
  7. What's your most prized City memorabilia ?

    My sister managed to get me a signed ball courtesy of Scott Murray of the 2007/08 play off squad for my 30th birthday. Also, 2 East End seats take pride of place in my garden... so along with my patio chairs and umbrella, technically my garden is a better stadium than the Memorial Ground!!
  8. Birmingham City memories.

    Ah thanks for correcting me, my memory let me down there!
  9. Birmingham City memories.

    Went to St Andrews in 94, Barry Fry was their manager back then. We drew 2-2 and sent them down, We were 2-0 up after about 20 minutes, Scott Partridge scored both on his debut. I remember the PA guy announced him as the goalscorer and I'd never heard of him! Louie Donowa (legend) scored the equaliser but they still got relegated! We were sat in the home end as we went with the junior reds so we got some dodgy looks when celebrating the goals. Think we were still sat there at 6pm as after the game their fans invaded the pitch... it was the last game there before they built their new stands. They were climbing up the floodlight pylons, ripping the pitch up for souvenirs. Let's send them down again!
  10. Brum - could get messy

    Probably bought them to see us go down!
  11. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    How about the 'Oh yes' thread and the city relegation party thread that came back to bite their arses. And them getting relegated on the 2nd of May!!
  12. Most unlikely shaped footballer

    Steve McNulty who recently played for Luton!
  13. Bogey Teams

    I remember him seeing him play away at Wrexham on the first game of Wilson's spell. I'm pretty sure he was on loan from Blackburn. He was there at the same time as Damien Duff and David Dunn. They liked their Double D's back then!
  14. Unsung City heros

    Nicky Morgan and John Bailey are 2 that spring to mind!
  15. on a roll. 1995-96 video part 1 up

    That David Seal goal v Stockport is one of my favourite city goals. Good to see it again!