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  1. 11 points
  2. 11 points
    Fantastic result and very well deserved. It was a joy to see some of City's some delightful one touch stuff and playing the beautiful game the way it's suppose to be played. The Sky commentators were cooing about how good City are. Bobby Reid highlighted for his endeavour and energy and Flint as a no nonsense stopper but with a very impressive goal scoring tally. Two very taken goals and big Flinty getting an assist to boot. Hodur was very unlucky to score an og. The ball was on him so quickly that he could t react in time. He was expecting Wright (I think) to have headed it clear. But hey-ho City won the game so it doesn't matter that much.
  3. 5 points
    After seeing Dopeys interview, I think I now know why the poor 15'ers think they are the bestest, most loyal and true fans ever. It's because they keep getting told it by various owners, chairmen and managers of the G*s to try and stop them from looking at the true nature of how utterly f*cked the club are behind the scenes. It's a massive case of blowing smoke up their arses and hoping they are so happy to (ahem) 'know' they are the best fans ever they cannot believe that their club is (and has been for years) close to going to the wall. I would say it's painful to watch but it's not, it's f*cking brilliant.
  4. 4 points
  5. 4 points
    Is that the same Braithwaite that hit Ben Stokes for 4 consecutive sixes to win the world T20?
  6. 3 points
    Smug bugger. I called it too. Only i said if we go with Reid as striker we're f+ked! :laugh: Some you lose...
  7. 3 points
    We were superb at times tonight and only a ridiculous own goal by Magnússon, made it a little bit tricky in the final 15 minutes. Middlesborough deserved sweet **** all out of this game. The referee was lenient at times especially towards Traore. Fielding 7 did what he had to do as usual. Wright 7 a few mistakes, but generally ok, but what a cross for our first goal. Flint 8 superb once more his part for the 2nd goal was incredible. Baker 7 confident throughout. Magnússon 6 up until the own goal was playing OK, but what was he thinking?. Patterson 6 really took his goal well but not quite up to speed yet. Brownhill 7 played well throughout. Smith 9 MOM again, people who believe he is a weak link know nothing about football. Pack 8 solid and disciplined throughout. Bryan 7 took his goal oh so well, but i’m not sure he is fully fit. Reid 7 his first touch tonight was superb at times and a constant thorn in their side. Djuric 8 I thought he was great tonight for his 15 minutes of fame, won most things in the air, held it up well and actually looked good with the ball at feet. Elliason & Leko not on long enough. LJ 9 Tactics spot on, subs were about right maybe Eliasson could have been brought on earlier Patterson was tiring. I thought it was great the complimentary things that the commentator and pundits said about us tonight, we should fear nobody in this league.
  8. 3 points
    If you look at the ins/out thread pinned in the transfer section the info for most of our loans is that their deals finish on 1stJan, I guess to coincide with the transfer window. We can either withdraw them if they aren’t getting game time or we need them, or I expect most will get renewed. Jonny Smith isn’t mentioned though, I guess he slipped under the radar of being included as not near the first team?
  9. 3 points
    Yes he's doing what he can to keep the fans on his side. Like when he mocked when enquiring how that lot down the road had got on. Never forget! Happy days indeed eh DC?
  10. 2 points
    We blew it in 2008 by not enhancing the squad with big money signings in the January. This is the best chance we will ever have. Let's spend big and bring in players who will improve us further. A top powerful striker to partner Bobby and central midfield player, plus right back as cover.
  11. 2 points
    Yep him and Brownhill had were both great tonight, both at getting the ball back and being really creative in attack. Some exceptional footwork and ball control from both too
  12. 2 points
    This current squad is better than the one GJ had. We have more depth, more versatility with a far better manager and coaches. I was sooo impressed with City tonight and I haven't been this made up since the days of Danny Wilson. Im cautiously optimistic that City will be in the pray-offs come the last game of the season.
  13. 2 points
    How many more games are they going to end up playing against 10 men?! Must be the luckiest, spawniest team alive...
  14. 2 points
    Would anyone like to talk about Frankie’s shit kicking? He has been like Pirlo tonight
  15. 2 points
    It’s really nice to read about people helping eachother, we are all one big Bristol City family after all. I’m confident those that are receiving will be giving one day, and who knows those who are giving may need some form of help with something in the future too. Whether it’s tickets, advice or just a place to rant or praise it’s a great forum, and not just for Christmas either.
  16. 2 points
    So yet another thing Boris ****** up then..
  17. 2 points
    I am disapointed too, but in my case i was hoping for a debate about unscrupulous landlords, appalling sanitation explosion and the shocking impact of discovering dead prostitutes in the cellar. I never did get my deposit back.
  18. 2 points
    You really are confusing the First Group with somebody who gives a damn about their passengers, customers, the great unwashed or whatever it is they call them.
  19. 1 point
    If Tammy Abraham was here this season... Our style of play would be entirely different and we´d be outside the play offs. It cannot be underestimated how crucial Bobby is to how we play.
  20. 1 point
  21. 1 point
    I thought we played well throughout the game, we were better than them in every department. But I agree, the end product was not quite there in the first half. We look so well drilled, lines were good & the space between the lines condensed. The fluidity of some of our forward play can be great to watch at times. As for Smith, big fan of his & would of been right up there for the mom award imo. COYR
  22. 1 point
    Not the case at all. Broke our transfer record for Famara. Always look to improve further.
  23. 1 point
    Isn't Downing left footed ?
  24. 1 point
    He does allow far to many crosses to come in, stands off. Decent game tonight overall though. Alright as a useful defence back up at CH or LB but will only play regularly (when everyone is fit) on the left side of a back 3.
  25. 1 point
    I'm just after improving season after season,if it means we finish 10th then so be it
  26. 1 point
    When he drives our midfield we look unplayable at times. His work rate is unbelievable. Not everything comes of. But he is the creative spark we need. You really notice him when he is not on the team sheet. The free role he has, demands Smith and Pack have great games breaking up plays and being responsible whilst in possession. If that midfield 3 clicks it has been proven that they can dominate and dictate play. Really take the game to our opponents who at times can't live with us. Great player
  27. 1 point
    I think it's confidence and an extra season of playing together. We were capable of playing well last season, but were incredibly fragile if things went against us at all. Besides, LJ always said he needed 3 transfer windows to get the team he wanted
  28. 1 point
    5 years ago an 18.5k crowd would have been outstanding for us especially on Sky near Christmas
  29. 1 point
  30. 1 point
    do I hell! but to me commentary falls way down the line: a smooth, sharp picture that doesn't keep freezing will do me nicely!
  31. 1 point
    Phew. Great great win. Played some of our best football I thought of the season today. Much more sweaty than it should have been after the OG, but across the match we deserved that win. Third!
  32. 1 point
  33. 1 point
  34. 1 point
    You can press from the front without having your back line forty yards up the pitch
  35. 1 point
  36. 1 point
  37. 1 point
    He's been taking the piss since he arrived.
  38. 1 point
    Top man is Nicky Morgan. He was working as a cabbie up the airport a couple of years back-despite living in Redland he said he’d never been back to the Gate since he left. Very underrated player for us-scored some vital goals.
  39. 1 point
    What? I guess it acts as an incentive to lower prices?
  40. 1 point
    Excellent as ever @havanatopia but this time I think you could have just used @BigTone‘s version - “ a sh*t hole in the north”.
  41. 1 point
    Looks like the Rugby League World Cup final is being played at the Memorial Ground. Plastics chairs galore!!
  42. 1 point
    Great news, Lee, see you there! We'd love to do it regularly, and we may well look at it again if this is a success. It's fine for Keynsham on the Friday night as their game won't clash with anything but on a Saturday, to make it work for a City 5.30pm kickoff, it would have to be a 1pm KO at Hengrove. That immediately limits the number of games you can do it with due to opposition travel times and a lot of clubs won't budge on KO times either. Thankfully, Keynsham and ourselves are more open-minded and innovative and would like to at least try something before we write it off.
  43. 1 point
    Let’s keep the mystery.
  44. 1 point
  45. 1 point
    A very cautious man is James Brent. He didn`t make his money by taking stupid risks. I did wonder if he was in it for the long run at first as he seemed to have been browbeaten a bit into saving them when no-one else would and he`s not really a football fan but fair play to him, he`s delivering what he said he would. It`s just a pity the team are letting him down at the moment.
  46. 1 point
    There’s an article in the local paper in Cornwall today with the chairman of Argyle talking about their ground improvements. They are looking to replace the old grandstand and it’s going to planning soon. His comments on ground capacity were quite revealing & refreshing compared to our friends north of the river. He said that there was absolutely no point in looking to improve on the 18k they would have unless they were in the Premier League, which is not something they consider even possible at the current time or are even looking towards in the immediate future. He then went on to say that if they ever did get to the Premier League, which is very unlikely, they MAY look to increase to 21k if necessary, but it would need a sustained period in the Premier League for them to ever consider more than that. He seems far more down to earth & realistic than the Gas. I think Dodgy Darrel could do worse than end up there.
  47. 1 point
    Just waiting for the sticker album. That'll be the highlight for my boys.
  48. 1 point
    Probably not the time to mention I might be there tomorrow then!
  49. 1 point
  50. 0 points
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