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  1. Yes I did Fordy although it didn't gain much traction. Anyone who asks awkward questions or pokes fun at some of the absurdities which emanate from the Mem is automatically labeled a City fan and I can only think this is a kind of defence mechanism. Why doesn't it happen on OTIB ? Over the years I've noticed City fans being highly caustic in their comments about your players, managers and directors and yet no one here calls them a "Gashead". Why is that ? I've said before that Wael Al-Qadi appears to be a genuine and sincere man but it doesn't mean he is beyond repr
    13 points
  2. Oh yeah and one for Philgas.. Here's our "restricted view"
    12 points
  3. Head on over to gaschat now where the realisation is slowly starting to sink in!
    8 points
  4. Still, if it a genuine statement and they are going to spruce up the Mem, now is a good time to buy shares in Go Outdoors, the tent speculation market has never been more appealing.
    6 points
  5. Who needs Keith Chimp? I told you all months ago.
    4 points
  6. They referred to the 'famous blue and white quarters'. Where does this myth come from that they're in any way famous ffs
    4 points
  7. 4 points
  8. They did have a sort of Battenburg cake coloured kit in 1986 - I kid you not! Look here, laugh and never forget!
    3 points
  9. All is not lost if the two gentlemen responsible for negotiating with the UWE are forced to admit they have failed us (for it is surely they alone and not the Chairman or President at fault) and the stadium dream is in tatters. We shall simply announce our plan B. You may be signing goalkeepers from Bayern Munich but I understand Rovers could soon be embarking on our very own Bayern Conversion.
    3 points
  10. 1) Is that your knees Phil? 2) If so, are you wearing tights?
    3 points
  11. Indeed it's where Wael is planning to send them sailing down very, very soon.....
    2 points
  12. They were singing 'we've got our stadium'. 3 days later it became apparent that we weren't going to win the Village Green argument and the club started to focus on 'Plan B'....the redevelopment of Ashton Gate. I'm sure they will get their stadium and it will probably be at UWE but it's been hilarious watching them soil their pants in frustration at every problem they've encountered in the 3 years since that JPT Match. They certainly thought it was going to be a lot easier than it actually has been
    2 points
  13. 2 points
  14. BBC Points West want people to tweet the Spanish for Gashead I'm only hoping a quick witted City fan just done them up like a kipper as they read it out !
    2 points
  15. As someone speculated a while ago, starting to sound like a property deal gone bad. Odd how the manager who got successive promotions was only offered a new deal when someone else came in for him - probably with a fixed release fee - another chance to generate a bit of cash if Wally doesn't open his Griffin Saver sports bag and get his coins out.
    1 point
  16. I will laugh my big hairy ass off if this falls through for the gas. The sags were chanting "wheres your new stadium" at the gate last time. Well we have ours completed and you dont even have a carpark. Another point for the best team in bristol!
    1 point
  17. No there's rumours that uwe has fallen through
    1 point
  18. J13 - that's where FGR want to build their new super stadium? I don't read this thread too much, have I missed something on this, or is this a piss take post? J13 is way too close to me to let that happen, they can **** right off
    1 point
  19. #evolutionnotrevolution chuckle
    1 point
  20. it's a real account and he is a real person, but as much as I'd like to say told you so, he's about as much as in the know as me, I've heard rumblings but nothing concrete, I dont think it off the cards yet
    1 point
  21. Yes , so sorry Phil, my PC doesn't have one of those squiggles that they put over the N
    1 point
  22. Word jsut getting out to the supporters out in Spain that priority tickets for their game away at Swindon go on sale tomorrow - lots of angry supporters that they have travelled to Spain to watch their side and will struggle to get the tickets for their local derby
    1 point
  23. Tried explaining but wasn't having none of it, even said even though lansdown is minted he doesn't spend no money on City I know they are full of shit but my word he's taken the biscuit.
    1 point
  24. "The famous blue and white quarters" is one of the biggest myths in football along with " it's more difficult to play against 10 men than 11" "2-0 is a dangerous lead" and "David Beckham was a world class player"
    1 point
  25. WARNING!!! I'm just watching the local news and in their. 'Coming up shortly' piece they showed a load of dirty Gasheads singing about their tart Irene. I've just had my tea, I feel sick. Hope this helps anyone else sat infront of their tv. Avoid Points West, switch it off now!!!
    1 point
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  28. russians do, so do arabs, its to rub their ego, the more you start to dig, the more the threads come undone, Wael is a fall guy for Hamer to get his grubby mits on the mem and the land, you've traded one incompatant chairman with his heart in the right place to another who will asset strip the club, If the car park hasn't started by the end of august be very worried
    1 point
  29. She looks a bit 'horsey'.......I'd watch out if I were her
    1 point
  30. Patience is important to us. We did all jump for joy when we welcomed our new owner and the honeymoon is coming to an end and reality sets in .. however we do find ourselves with a league one status .. a good manager .. and a good team .. The New stadium will go ahead , when ?? Who knows but as I said patience is what we've learned to aquire . You do have a good stadium that's a fact and ours is what it is .when you follow a club you stand by them through good and bad times .. yes it's frustrating but there ya go .. My thoughts on the season ahead ? We shall end up middish and maybe a few more
    1 point
  31. Crikey, I think you may be right and we now look very very stupid indeed. I thought Chris Morris had been quiet but he's been running this massive comedy project for the last few years and we've all fallen for it. Come on Chris, game over now. But it has been brilliant. My particular highlight was your impersonating the "Rovers fan" on the phone-in programme: "Two divorces, the Thatcher years..". Chris you are a stone cold genius sir.
    1 point
  32. I would rather have two crappy tent stands because people want to watch Rovers than have open spaces where they stand because we've become a sh** Conference side that manages a 3000 crowd on a good day.The future is looking good for our club, I reckon the new stadium is going to happen, along with the training ground and facilities. Just imagine how brilliant it will feel sitting in the new stadium and comparing it with the Mem.Imagine the bile and spiteful, jealous hatred emanating from the open sewer sh**-house that it Ashton Gate.Can't wait. It will be so sweet
    1 point
  33. http://www.bristolrovers.co.uk/news/article/chairmans-message-3152881.aspx PUBLISHED 12:00 24th June 2016 As you will be aware, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in yesterday's referendum. The ramifications of this decision are going to be significant and will impact, both positively and negatively, on every single industry in the UK, including football! At this stage it is too early to draw any specific conclusions about what it will mean for Clubs such as Bristol Rovers FC and the competitions we enter, other than t
    1 point
  34. Frankly I should have expected the Al-Qadi family to have engaged an experienced PR agency to manage the publicity surrounding their acquisition of Rovers. Instead they set out a rather predictable and cloudy vision involving a new stadium, a training ground, an academy, development of home grown players, links with Jordan, more community involvement etc etc but there was little specific detail. Yet the perception for most fans was that all these things were "in the bag" and in addition we could expect a huge transfer budget a massive improvement in the club's image a
    1 point
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