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  2. Nbafc

    Barry Bannan

    Think as other posters have said he maybe a season or so past getting the value out of him that we'd need to given what his cost/s would be. Given I feel we will be unthreatened by relegation or promotion this season, would like us to be brave & continue to see Walsh (when fit again) and Morrell. I think keeping a regular back 4 should enable LJ to rotate a little more in midfield.
  3. Port Said Red

    Herbie Kane's finest moment (so far)...

    Maybe the set up is better now with a Manager prepared to work with the Academy to provide chances?
  4. Super

    Boxing

    It's still a fight that would sell out a big stadium I reckon although I can't see it ever happening.
  5. Sturny

    Cheeky 0-1 away wins

    Think that was our third 0-1 away win this season? Against somewhat opponents that were no pushovers either. I say cheeky because there seems to be a some splash of luck on our side during those games (other team hitting the post or player sent off) Makes me wonder how many more we'll see?
  6. Cowshed

    Boring football to watch

    If you take the second highlighted line then read the first there has to be an option, IF they move. That is a point of dropping in and splitting it creates width and depth for players to move into to become options. Its a bit disingenuous to call the team of Wee Lee's because obviously they are not. Splitting also in theory creates space for the wide players Lee Johnson favours who are not Wee Lees Full back pushed up and CB's pushing on are not Wee Lees .. This is not a defence of Lee Johnson as the movement of the team should be trained in. The players should be coached to find their own spaces, use patterns of play because that is why the team takes up the positional structure it does.
  7. Major Isewater

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    That's some sort of incentive ?
  8. Today
  9. glynriley

    Birmingham forum

    Not always like that on here though, is it?! Just look at the positive reaction to defeats after WBA and Stoke. Because both were seen as good performances.
  10. bcfcredandwhite

    So Johnson is God

    Johnson isn’t God just because we’ve picked up a few points recently - as some seem to claim Neither is he a pariah if/when we lose a few - as some others seem to claim He is simply a mediocre Championship manager of a mid-table Championship football team, but who has possibly had more Internet forum threads created about him than any other individual in the history of football!!!!
  11. Mike Hunt-Hertz

    Song connection Game

    Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick...Ian Dury & The Blockheads
  12. CiderCraig

    Tickets for the Huddersfield game?

    Are Huddersfield sacking their manager then?
  13. Bar BS3

    Papering over the cracks part 2

    Blimey, I’m not in favour of replacing him, but I wouldn’t go that far. Or was it just the outfit he was wearing on Saturday that you found particularly alluring..?!
  14. Port Said Red

    Taunton Town

    https://www.evostikleaguesouthern.co.uk/
  15. BS2 Red

    'Meet the biohackers...'

    The “slippery slope” argument doesn’t really wash with me. Any government that wants to force its population to be chipped is going to be the sort of government that would just force it through anyway. I doubt I’ll ever bother to get a chip installed into me. It’d have to have some REALLY good benefits for me to even consider it. But never say never. Who a few decades ago would have believed people would willingly carry a device in their pockets that tracks their every move?
  16. Reddie Mix

    Bristol City Women 2018-19

    Yes, well done to them, they seem to be improving despite losing a lot of talent in the Summer. I take my daughter to watch them when I can and she enjoys herself. It's a more relaxed occasion than the men's football so good for kids. The women play some good football, and often come and have a chat at pitchside after games which is nice for the younger fans. I recommend it as an alternative match day out to anyone at a loose end when the men are playing away.
  17. myol'man

    R I P 2018 thread ...

    Kevin Jones' funeral today. 10.30am St. Nicholas church, Uphill
  18. Yes, I mean to say, it's a problem to hear clearly with all that puffing and panting going on, I mean to say.
  19. JackofromSanJavier

    Quit moaning !!

    And looking down from my view on Planet Thatchers, only 22 more points to safety!
  20. Super

    Callum O’Dowda

    Wouldn't be the worst idea especially at home, thought Pack played well on Saturday in fairness.
  21. sglosbcfc

    In the play offs!

    Surprised to see the difference in Sheffield United. I think second for away matches and yet mid table for home matches. Let's hope we improve our home standing with a surprise victory over Norwich.
  22. CyderInACan

    All things Bristol Bears (Merged)

    C’mon then how bad was Saturday!?
  23. chinapig

    Only teams in the top six..

    I'll take this opportunity to counter your oft repeated claim (and others have done the same) that in the 2007/8 season we had loads of 1-0 wins. We had 6 in a 46 game season. People can judge for themselves whether that is loads but the point is that you are entitled to your own opinion but not to your own facts. As to drab football, the media, from Sky's Football League show to the Guardian took a different view. But they didn't have an axe to grind of course. Perhaps it's time to put the axe down?
  24. Yesterday
  25. cidered abroad

    25 years

    We didn't win at Accrington Stanley in 1958. We drew an FA Cup tie there and won the replay at Ashton Gate. The two matches were played in a borrowed strip from our near neighbours from Eastville. We have never played a league match against Accrington Stanley. Unless they get promoted, I hope we never do.
  26. cidered abroad

    Famara Diedhiou - well done that man

    Taylor provides only the "niggle factor" but not goals in the required quantity. If we really want to "develop" another striker, we should play one from three alongside Diedhiou. The three are Eisa, Semenyo and Janneh.
  27. If you think an inability to string two passes together , launching hopeful balls down the channels is great football then good on you. It was rubbish. Poor interpretation ? No it was a relegation battle type game for two sides that are not in one. I did not doubt the effort and defensive concentration , but the quality was shockingly missing from both sides. I have seen many great games in this league, a good number we have played in and contributed to.
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