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  2. Cardiff Tickets - The Facts

    Sorry not my Intention to take up old graves but not having this big bad Bristol city tag this Fred Elliott bellend is trying to promote.
  3. He was only caretaker manager at QPR for a couple of months after Chris Ramsey left, before going to Rotherham - what exactly could he achieve in that time?
  4. Jacki Dziekanowski (Merged)

    Legend? he played 43 games! good player he was legend he certainly wasn't.
  5. All teams have injuries, but how often does a side have 5+ players who are in the first 18 injured at the same time for over 3 months? Not often. If we'd had injuries to this extent in 2014/15 we wouldn't have gone up automatically.
  6. Hull v Sheff Utd on talksport 2

    I believe the Cardiff game is live on Talksport 2 as well.
  7. Jacki Dziekanowski (Merged)

    Firstly I don't know too many Majors on here but I love flair players. They are too numerous to mention all but here's a small sample who , IMHO, merit Legend status long before our Polish maverick. Bob Taylor, Rob Newman, Joe Jordan, John Galley , Gerry Gow , Paul Cheeseley, Tom Ritchie , Alan Walsh , Scott Murray , Terry Cooper...
  8. MJP3 I think your points 1-4 don't stack up because all teams suffer injuries during the season and the resulting knock on effect of that. City are no different in that respect. Being proud of a club is admirable and I support that. My sole point with Neil Warnock, irrespective of style of football or whether anyone thinks he is a good ambassador for their club, is that I think he would have Bristol City in the Premier League by now.
  9. LJ shouting at Frankie

    If you've never been how do you know us old uns talk bollocks? Sounds like a one eyed prejudice here............
  10. LJ shouting at Frankie

    I don’t think you need to have been at a senior Reds meeting to know what our game plan from goal kicks usually is..!
  11. Jacki Dziekanowski (Merged)

    I like flair players .It's really magical to see a player bamboozle an opponent with a trick . It's more magical to see a team goal constructed with effort , determination, audacity and guile. Flair players like Ronaldo, Messi and Bobby Reid also put in a shift for the team and dedicate themselves to their profession. What I don't like are Prima Donnas who prance about like they are Bob's gift to football and play just for themselves and not the team.
  12. Cardiff (a)

    Same kind of side that played Wednesday and I fancy our chances.
  13. Jacki Dziekanowski (Merged)

    Remember everyone upset when Bob Taylor was sold jacki was bought to take that huge disapointment away the majors on here that didnt rate the flair players i would really like to know which players stick out in there memories
  14. Cardiff (a)

    Got a funny feeling that we’re going to see the very best of us on Sunday. COYR.
  15. Jacki Dziekanowski (Merged)

    The Cavalier/Roundhead thing is very apt. Perhaps Jacki was too Cavalier but the overall direction of the club was less to do with him and much more to do with management and board (as I'm sure you'd agree). And after that first season up, we were struggling (as I remember it) before DD arrived after Christmas. He played a significant part in our revival that season. The following season was disappointing but we finished 15th. Think he was gone before the end of that one, and then Osman (with meagre budget, no doubt) got us up to 13th but the crowd hated it and 3000 gave up. Then came relegation. It was always coming, or so I remember it. But before the inevitable relegation, and the thin gruel of the Osman spell, there was Cole and Dziekanowski. No wonder some still cherish those flicks and flashes of genius. 90/91 was bloody good, though!
  16. New Crest

    At what point did I say that it wasn't? As it turns out I didn't know that this had been actually used for us, but that's irrelevant. What I said stands, look at Norwich's badge, and you'll see why I made that remark. I find it funny that the two are the same, not sure what the problem is.
  17. Cardiff (a)

    Warnock will have a moan about a tackle made by Pack, even though he's banned.
  18. LJ shouting at Frankie

  19. Jacki Dziekanowski (Merged)

    Jackie created most of his goals you either like flair players or you dont
  20. New Crest

    Or a former Soviet block country
  21. LJ shouting at Frankie

    I’ve rarely seen it work either. All I’ve ever seen happen is it goes out for a throw in or Flinty doesn’t win it and ball gets played into the central defence position where Flinty would otherwise be. If I can see it then I’m sure those chips in the back of the shirts are sending the messages to the coaches and their iPads. Unless Trump and his Russian mates are infiltrating the data.....
  22. Cardiff (a)

    Got a feeling the no of players at the end if the game won’t be 11-11
  23. I've only quickly scanned through this thread so apologies if I'm rehashing previous posts. I think the relevant question is where would the two teams be now if Cardiff had our long term injury crisis exacerbated by suspensions and we didn't? Would anyone seriously claim there was zero chance of LJ getting us above (let's not forget we were) Cardiff if, 1) We had close to a fully fit squad. 2) We weren't having to constantly play people out of position. 3) We regularly had the right player options to implement a "Plan B." 4) We didn't have to use players in need of a rest/not match fit/carrying minor injuries. 5) We had a team playing with so much confidence due to the above. (And the improved results) The team were looking jaded well before the big cup games but still nicking results. We were doing so much better than we had a right to expect under the circumstances, and I was surprised we didn't tail off sooner. Having first watched City in the 60's, I've had enough of the short-termism, knee jerk reactions and periods of freefall. Of the two, LJ is the one to help guide us on long term sustainable progress. I usually enjoy NW's pantomime villain act (except against us) and concede he is the right man for certain jobs, but I would be extremely embarrassed by his comments if he were our manager, and that's before we get into playing style. I want to support a club I can be proud of. I do and I am.
  24. LJ shouting at Frankie

    Not so sure about that. He's been doing it all season and I've yet to see it reach him or if it does to have any positive effect. I'd like someone to explain the % gain from it, because it either never gets to him and goes out for their throw or he loses possession and is then stuck out of position.
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