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  1. 44 points
  2. It made I giggle today when Exeter City announced they are spending £3.5m on improving their stadium....the gas are even in the Grecians' shadow as well! http://www.theexeterdaily.co.uk/news/business-daily-local-news-sport/work-begin-£35m-stadium-improvements-exeter-city-fc But I thought the gas were now the 'sixth richest club in England'?! They are gonna 'buy Ashton Gate and use it as a training ground for their youth team' and will 'undoubtedly overtake us soon and then leave us behind' - etc, etc, etc... And now, after proudly announcing
    8 points
  3. BREAKING NEWS:!:!: I'm thinking that I might put a few of my empties out for recycling - EVEN THOUGH IT WON'T BE COLLECTED UNTIL FRIDAY. Sorry. It's just then when cleaning the kitchen and running the Hoover round warrants a press release, I thought you should know. As you were.
    3 points
  4. Straight up the Gloucester Road, turn right at Filton avenue.....
    2 points
  5. And it's bollocks anyway. They were bottom of Division 3 (South) in 1939, thereby causing the Second Word War
    2 points
  6. I can remember when it was a quaint little rugby ground with plenty of character. Before it became contaminated!
    2 points
  7. got to admit that made me chuckle
    2 points
  8. "Never been more than one division away from the sh*t" - that prowed fact went as well.
    2 points
  9. I actually thought this was some sort of a joke, how embarrassing printing this... Can't stop laughing at it.
    2 points
  10. Well at least they can console themselves that they're getting cards made specially for them now!
    1 point
  11. That was always a lie. They were a southern league club when we finished second in first division of the football league and runners up of the FA cup.
    1 point
  12. And that's the other side of it. Anyone who hasn't watched CJ play, and didn't know his name, wouldn't know he wasn't Irish through and through Agree about the qualification period. No one is going to vote against it, but it needs to be a little harder to attain. Wasn't it 7 years at one point, maybe in cricket??
    1 point
  13. It makes a change from his hell-raising days. Asked about the seemingly apocryphal story that he had once knocked out a horse in Panama City, Durán makes a clear distinction. “I knocked him down,” Durán says with the credibility of a connoisseur in violent punching. In November 1969, after his 15th pro bout and aged 18, he was offered a bet – $100 and a bottle of whisky if he could flatten a horse with a single punch. Durán says he was reluctant to hurt the animal but, spurred on by a girlfriend and already drunk, he took the bet. The horse went down from a stunning left hook. It got up but Du
    1 point
  14. "Never been in the first division, never been in the 4th division" I used to get when I was younger. Like it was some sort of bragging point. Yes, I did enjoy having to edit the verbal history book on 2nd May 2001 to "Never been in the first division, errr....". There definately were teds there that night, btw I'm sure I saw it running across the bottom panel on Sky Sports News earlier.
    1 point
  15. Hey,,,,DROPPED KERBS, don't fordet the dropped kerbs !
    1 point
  16. Bloody hell did I miss the other 9?
    1 point
  17. To be fair they were the Barcelona of Division 5......before they finished behind Barnet.
    1 point
  18. I can't believe that new curtains and a lick of paint are newsworthy items, its the sort of thing that may be in a village newsletter re a local mid somerset team, sounds like they will be asking local decoraters and curtain makers to give up their Sunday mornings to carry out the work for a couple of pints, I ALMOST feel sorry for them !!!!
    1 point
  19. Actually, thinking about it in all seriousness I don't know a single City fan who is bothered in the slightest by the 82 thing? In fact we have Section 82, and even acknowledge sacrifices made by the Ashton Gate Eight for saving the club. The simple fact is that including or excluding 1897 we have still achieved more than the Sags have done in their entire history since 1982, so I struggle to understand why they dribble a little bit of wee with excitement when they call us the 82ers? It is totally bizarre???? Also, they continue to celebrate 2nd May with complete dis
    1 point
  20. Definition of Tinpot, announcing to your supporters (who are waiting to hear about a shiny new ground) that you're getting the decorators in to smarten the place up a bit
    1 point
  21. I'll stop taking the piss when they stop doing stupidly ridiculous things.
    1 point
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