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  1. 6 points
    1 - yet you go on about how amazing your fans are. Best in da world. 2- so is yours to be fair, how is that new stand? 3 - you'll always be the club in Bristol that went non league. 4 - are you not wary of your chairmans supposable wealth? You're still scratching around with loanees and freebies.
  2. 5 points
    Not sure how many years I have left on the planet, but I would hope that in those left, I get to see one team in Bristol, I wouldn't normally wish the demise of a club as you need opposition, but in the case of the gas I make a very definite exception.
  3. 4 points
    Man Utd and Arsenal are in a higher league than us (Just). #gaslogic
  4. 4 points
    What a belter that should of read. It was typical of your lot though wasn't it. When we were on our knees in 82 your board were circling like vultures to buy Ashton . When you were evicted from the dog track you tried to get bath to pay for improvements to make it good enough for league football. With Chernobyl you waited until Bristol were on their asses before whipping the rug from under them. I have it on very good authority that all rugby memorabilia was taken down and thrown out as well. Always had your begging bowl out as well , moaning that various councils wouldn't build you a ground. Vile vile club.
  5. 3 points
    He has got no class or substance but that's what you love? Says it all...
  6. 3 points
    Quite agree. He has succeeded where manytried and failed. He took you out of the football league to the conference and the only reason he stayed in a job was because Higgs didn't have the cash to sack him.
  7. 3 points
    Exaggerating again are we? Bolton... 9,169 75% of capacity Oxford 10,053 85% of capacity Cardiff 4,851 41% of capacity. So in conclusion you dont at all, talk about spin .
  8. 2 points
    2 more cheap loan signings made in the last day. Players who were on loan to Yeovil and AFC Wimbledon last season in League Two, they still haven't spend any money at all on transfers this summer, their 2 permanent signings being someone who is 30 and was out of contract at Plymouth (League Two, again) and someone that Port Vale had only offered reduced terms to stay. That millionaire/billionaire stuff the media laps up about the Jordanian is looking pretty suspect, no?
  9. 2 points
  10. 2 points
    Yes all 4k of you against Cardiff.
  11. 2 points
  12. 2 points
    Its really not... Whats even more laughable is the unprofessional way Dopey acted on several occasions.. The videos down the pub, the unprofessional comments about Grimsby, his interview from last season after we lost to Brentford... Pub side manager, pub side team. Sums up the Gas all over.
  13. 2 points
    I think dopey darrell is a ******
  14. 2 points
    Argggh. Dear god. OK lets break this down. According to soccerway, the capacity of your third world dump of a ground is 11,916. 90% of that would be 10,728. So tell me how you are going to achieve that for every home game this season when you haven't averaged anywhere near that for OVER FORTY YEARS!!!!! You didn't even get that for your first game of the season, a local derby in the cup, and the game vs Bolton (the biggest team you've played in a number of years) May I also add that we've sold out our available capacity for both of our home games so far this season. And last season, all bar two or three home games were a home sell out of 14,000 or so. We wont sell out 90% of 27,000 this season probably at all, but theres a bit of a difference between our fantastic modern build and your dump. Its hardly any wonder theres a 300+ page thread mocking you, when your fans continually come out with such absolute drivel. Now jog on.
  15. 1 point
  16. 1 point
  17. 1 point
    Where is the 70 odd figure coming from for Scunthorpe? Hardly a huge following but our actual following was over double "70 odd" (158). That distance on a Tuesday for that competition and those opponents...not a bad effort.
  18. 1 point
    Despite only signing up to this forum in December (a full seven months after the creation of this thread), @Philgas has the second highest post count on this entire thread (and closing very quickly on 1st place)... I think he wants to be one of us.
  19. 1 point
    Hypocrite, Gas are forever banging on about attendances... even to boast you took 100 more to Nottingham, which was for your 'invasion game'.
  20. 1 point
    Fair play to you all Phil. It's the biggest game you've had since you became a football league club
  21. 1 point
    'what belter'...I can't spell 'per cent' and you cannot use articles correctly (a,the.an) in case you don't know what they are...'stolen dump'...the dump bit fair enough..stolen? No, bought my 'friend'... and it's our dump...
  22. 1 point
    Typical City fan spin...4k is all we were given, and no, we wouldn't have taken 14,000 had we the tickets...'struggling to sell out'- another ridiculous statement...we can and will sell 90 per cant of our capacity for every home game...you, in your shiny 'new' stadium will not.....
  23. 1 point
    As Phantom suggested might happen (it wont let me quote for some reason), I did wonder on the way home last night if you would get Chelsea in the next round. Anyway, there is a lot of bitching/crowing from both sides about last night. I had a great night out at a ground I don't get to go to often, in a great atmosphere, and my team gave a decent account of themselves against what was a long, long way from being Chelsea reserves. Pretty much what fans of lower league clubs hope for in cup competitions. We took a lot of fans, and you would have taken the same. We 'took over' the pubs, and you would have done the same. You took 70 odd to Scunthorpe, and we would have taken a similar amount under the circumstances (although I will confess that I thought you would have broken the 100 mark with northern based supporters) Last night was Rovers turn, you (and pretty much every other league club) will have their turn soon enough.
  24. 1 point
    Had a gander on SlagChat to see what the latest on UWE is. Apparently an announcement is still imminent (has been for around 4 months) and will probably confirm the new ground is going ahead. But there are some non-believers who think the stadium might not happen. But don't fear, apparently one ITK poster claims they've found (presumably purchased?) A site in Emerson Green where they'll be able to build a stadium capacity of, wait for it, 55k! Amazingly some sags seem to think there is a chance that may happen, instead of them building the stadium they actually have planning permission for. It really is like visiting a mental asylum over there.
  25. 1 point
    So, do I have this right? We all complain about the lack of a decent public transport infrastructure in Bristol, but when something positive is actually being done to improve the situation, we complain about that too because of the short-term traffic impact? You can't have it both ways. A tram network would be brilliant but would we all object because of the inevitable roadworks it would cause? The increased height of the bridge is neither here nor there, the bridge was due to be built anyway.
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