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  1. Tonight on the Wells Rd, Knowle- I lost one of my best mates who I've known all my life, went to school together, holidayed together and his Mrs is best friends with mine. Roger Hill died in an accident in his car during the match and I know he will have been listening but sadly it happened before the winner. His son plays for BCFC Academy which was a source of immense pride for him. RIP. 2020 not a good year for too many.
    45 points
  2. My Aunt Kath sadly passed away this evening aged 91...She was one of City's longest fans and has been going to Ashton gate for 80 years and only interruption was because of Hitler. She had a season ticket for most of those years right up to last season. Her knowledge of Bristol City and their players was superb. she worked for City supporters club with her husband Ken Hooper for several years in the eighties. Her last six months she has been feeling her age and dementia has been kicking in but she will be fondly remembered by my family and resting in peace with a smile on her face tonight...J
    39 points
  3. Great performance and great point. Clean sheet against £60m of strikers with our entire main back line out injured. Some of the comments on here are embarrassing
    38 points
  4. It would have been very easy to find excuses why we shouldn’t win but Dean Holden didn’t feel sorry for himself, instead fashioned a victory from the walking dead he had at his disposal. A big, big win tonight and much deserved. Well done Dean Holden.
    37 points
  5. Or in Rooney's case ram a gran
    37 points
  6. Hi all, Its my sad duty to inform you that Jean Reeves, long-standing BCFC fan, passed away last night. Jean was a huge supporter of the club and gave her time and efforts freely. You may know her from her work with the Junior Reds in the 80’s/90’s, her continued presence on coach one for every away game and her husband, Joe’s, continued involvement with the ball boys - following Joe Jordan’s orders would test any man! I know how much work went in to the Junior Reds alone, and Jeans efforts should be acknowledged and celebrated. When you add into that the other work taken, there
    35 points
  7. Just been appointed Shrewsbury manager on a three and a half year deal. All the best to him, especially against the blue few..
    34 points
  8. I’m staying home for people like you mate, take care
    33 points
  9. I watched all 3 of Hungary's Nations League's games over the last week and at last, saw the player that I was excited that we had signed. He played all bar 6 minutes of the games, was decent in the first game, better in the second and tonight, magnificent. The reason..? simply that he wasn't shackled to a holding midfielder role... I wondered how he would cope tonight with the schedule but you would never have known it was his third game in 7 days. Incredible energy, he was everywhere, covering every blade of grass, breaking up attacks and mopping up but in addition, moving into forward p
    32 points
  10. Amazing that you weren’t impressed by two of our most successful managers in our lifetimes Also the two who probably created the best buzz around the Club in my 50 yrs of supporting , with Jordan not far off And both picked us up from messes at the wrong end of League One and turned us into a Championship Club I realise you are up to your stupid trolling but it’s laughable and somewhat pathetic in all honesty
    31 points
  11. Ruthless pandemic. Elite sportsman who are tested regularly aren’t safe. Nobody is safe . Let this be a reminder to people who take COVID for a nothing disease. Stay safe people look after yourselves and families.
    31 points
  12. ... it's even better considering the circumstances of the week! Really pleased that Vyner in the post match alluded to a "no excuses" mentality. That's precisely the way to go about it.
    30 points
  13. A good win tonight - but it was a comically given away hand ball by Brunt that Cardiff could have quite easily scored from if someone had been a split second sharper and got on the end of the delivery from the resulting set piece. He has had a fair few chances now to make an impression, how many more poor performances does he need to e left out completely? I was all for Massengo going out on loan for some match experience when Morrell was still here. I would be fuming if I were him currently. Not getting in the team over a 35 year old fullback/winger playing in central midfield, a p
    27 points
  14. If it spreads it could be fatal.
    26 points
  15. Has initials NH. Any takers? Cardiff City manager Neil Harris told BBC Sport Wales: "I have to be honest and say I'm absolutely gutted. I feel like I have had my wallet pinched out of my pocket. We were by far the better team. We dominated the game, the ball, and had the better chances. We have been punished for one misplaced pass. I feel robbed.
    26 points
  16. Absolutely outstanding.
    24 points
  17. I had to tell them straight...
    24 points
  18. What a crock of shit much of modern football really is. Russian oligarchs, Chinese owners, half of the Far East, human rights abusers & money launderers. Let’s go back to the days when clubs were owned by the bloke who lived in the town & had a carpet showroom. Not going to happen but stuff like this is ******* rubbish, I saw Leeds (Italian) owner say yesterday he was receptive to being part of the Red Bull “franchise”, FFS.
    24 points
  19. Best manager we’ve had in a long time. If only he’d had the backing. Good luck Cotts.
    23 points
  20. it should be said that Famara deserves credit. So many players in this day and age in his situation would have lost interest and stopped playing for the team long ago. In spite of clearly wanting to move on he has remained first class in his attitude as he has done throughtout his time here and I enjoyed seeing him get the winner today. Yes he has had his head turned but I don’t believe he’s done anything to our detriment, he’s a battler on the pitch and has always been a classy guy off it too. Whenever he leaves now I am sure he will be remembered fondly.
    23 points
  21. Well done Adam. His Hungary team qualify for the Euros. Now back that up with a City promotion !
    23 points
  22. Obviously in the minority here. Want Ireland, Scotland and Wales to all do shit everytime they play. That's how they feel about us, why feel any different for them? Shame they've gone through.
    23 points
  23. Evening all, Really sorry if this has been covered elsewhere - I had a look around, but couldn’t see it, hence this thread. Today we got some brilliant coverage during the Talksport ‘Hawksbee and Jacobs’ show - it was around 3.20pm I think. They featured Bristol City and what we are doing for the community this year during the pandemic and the lockdowns. There was multiple interviews with people in and around our club, including Dean Holden and Scott Murray. It was superb PR for our club, everyone came across really well, especially Dean who said he’d made it clear to the playe
    22 points
  24. He was one of the best young players I’ve ever seen play for us. I hope he continues to do well.
    22 points
  25. Some of the comments after these last 3 games are a bit silly in my opinion. I've seen Holden out, Ashton out and Lansdown all being questioned. We're sat in 6th after 8 games, with 14 points out of 24. Most of us would have taken that before a ball was kicked (I would have), especially with Holden being an unknown to the role. Some of our young fringe players have improved and broken into the starting XI - Bakinson and Semenyo. We've made some very shrewd signings - Martin and Brunt. Yes we've let some talented players leave, Eliasson and Palmer, but I'm sure there's
    22 points
  26. Deluded Slag heads thinking they’re Galatasaray again. Are there any professional footballers out there who would actually “shit themselves” when playing at the Mem in front of 6000 gurning, badly dressed wrong uns sitting in tents? If they want to introduce realistic crowd noise they’ll have to make sure that 95% of the chants are about us. cj Fans' Favourite 22 hours ago Quote Obviously we all know our performances and results have been poor so far this season. The table don't lie of course. But do you think
    21 points
  27. Cardiff City (a) – Fri 6th November 18:00 (on Sky) – What Can We Expect? Last season’s fixtures ended up with 1-0 wins for the away side and both resulted in the losing manager getting the sack. I don’t think that’s on the agenda this time around, but both clubs will be mightily relieved to have won on Tuesday to end their respective winless runs ahead of this fixture and the upcoming international break. Cardiff have made a slow start to the season having made the play-offs last time around, winning only 3 of their opening 10 league matches and find themselves well down the table i
    21 points
  28. He breaks with acres of green grass ahead of him, perfect for him to get his head down and run, like he does best... Oh no. He’s ******* turned back on himself into three defenders and lost the ball cheaply. He did this three or four times in 20 minutes. Definitely not good enough in my opinion if we want to be mixing it at the top end of this league.
    21 points
  29. Regular readers will be glad to know that I thought my man Nagy () was very good tonight. My 2 main criticisms of him to date have been 1) His schoolboy-like ball chasing, which vacates his positional responsibility and 2) his ‘hot potato’ style on the ball when near his own box. I thought that on both counts tonight he was excellent. 1) He maintained a really good shape and was sure to stay central and protecting the CB’s. 2) He stayed calm on the ball and didn’t show any panic. As you’ll all know, I’ve been a big critic, but you’ll be pleased to hear that ton
    21 points
  30. Last week he had to stop training because of chest pains, he has also been ill. He looked completely off the pace today when he came on, but I really struggle with the logic of posts like this. What is the OP trying to say? He is shit? That he fluked playing in The Champions League at 17? That last season, when fit, it was our imagination that he looked a good player? He is still young, he clearly isn’t in favour, but there genuinely is no point to this.
    20 points
  31. They probably think it was inevitable, but I’m sure Rosenior will be a little peeved, what with having his badges and Rooney not. Oh, and with him having a brain and Rooney not.
    20 points
  32. It must be one of the great tricks that the right-wing media have played on the British people in modern times, that the tiny number of benefit cheats that exist are consistently blamed for the woes of the country, whilst the immoral and incompetent private sector bankers that caused the biggest financial crash in a century come out apparently smelling of roses. I'm not sure what "huge sacrifices" you are referring to, I'm sure Steve worked very hard, but I doubt he made any particularly special sacrifices that other normal, hard-working folk do for much less money. The truth is that Ste
    20 points
  33. Congrats @Dollymarie
    20 points
  34. A nice little piece from this mornings Yorkshire post about Semi Sometimes you have to just hold your hands up and admit when the opposition are just better than you, and 68th-minute substitute Antoine Semenyo put in one of the best individual performances Town have come up against this season.
    20 points
  35. Reading – Sat 28th November 12:30 – What Can We Expect? City travel up the M4 on Saturday to Reading in one of their shorter away trips this season. Having played on Wednesday night and kick-off having been brought forward to lunchtime for Sky, then it is a bonus that they only can travel on Saturday morning. Every day they can spend preparing at Failand is a bonus with the punishing schedule ahead. Every hour the players can avoid on a coach is no bad thing either. Midweek saw both sides draw, City at home to Watford 0-0 to halt their winning run, Reading 1-1 at Millwall to end
    19 points
  36. I realise that many City fans see SC as some kind of messiah but I was never really impressed with him. I didn’t shed any tears when he got sacked.
    19 points
  37. What a beautiful 30 seconds
    19 points
  38. Afternoon all. With it being my 40th Birthday on Thursday, a rather thoughtful present has just been delivered from my uncle and aunt. It’s a history of Bristol City told through newspaper articles (largely the mirror). Starts in 1905 and ends in the impending appointment of Dean Holden. Attached Is from page 32/33 of the Daily Mirror dated Wednesday 26th January 1994. If you’ve got any dates you’d like me to post up, then by all means shout and I’ll have a look through and photo them for you. Quite a pleasing present!
    19 points
  39. Just click "ignore this topic" You'd save everyone else on the forum your meaningless drivel.
    19 points
  40. Thanks Dave Interesting Ive been yet to be convinced about aspects of Nagy to date , and would have been more than comfortable to see him move on pre season . But I’ve rewatched the game twice now , with rewind / review / rewind / review to look at a number of aspects about us collectively and individually, one of whom was Nagy Have to say I thought he was excellent last night , not good , excellent (And he’s not the only one) His discipline , danger awareness and reactions, tracking , ball retention in tight situations , all very good Technically good and very
    19 points
  41. If this is the best form of his career then unfortunately he wont be good enough if we are to progress. Still one of the first names to get out the door if we are eventually to trim squad.
    19 points
  42. Maybe if we had played one of them last season instead of Ashley Williams, they’d be more experienced and improved. Need to hold your nerve with youngsters and keep playing them.
    19 points
  43. It’s been creeping in the past couple of seasons. I blame social media but it’s even more prevalent now that every single game is televised. Player A has a good game and is a world beater. Player A then has a bad game and is shit. I like to think that fans on here are a bit more levelled with their responses as opposed to say a well known City Facebook page but this place is becoming unbearable after a defeat.
    19 points
  44. Is he talking to his liver?
    18 points
  45. I realise I'm breaking all the rules but this a matter of life and death. With the news of Ray Clemence passing, it is quite likely that a simple blood test could have saved his life, just like it saved mine. Especially men over 50 PLEASE GET A PSA TEST it could save your life too.
    17 points
  46. I think I get the point...
    17 points
  47. I ******* hate men who beat up women (and any other gender mix domestic abuse!) There are many, many more than you think there are. Statistically there will be some reading this thread - and if that’s you, you’re a piece of shit. For the rest of you - sorry about the rant!
    17 points
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