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  1. 14 points
    She has to at least act impartial in the interests of professionalism in her role. She has said she's a City fan, she's just doing her job... I'd much rather she posts here and provides the information while being fair to both clubs, than not posting at all because of her personal football club preferences.
  2. 13 points
    Oh no someone wished the Gas good luck, must go into 4 year old salty mode. Christ, grow the **** up.
  3. 12 points
    Lynn, idea for new show, Ron Swinburn Video Productions presents Plane Football Crazy at Birmingham International Airport
  4. 12 points
    The most important news about the Stoke game, is that a Stoke City season ticket holder mate has paid for my air fare etc so that I can attend. He knows that as a full time carer to my wife, the stress I am under. However, it doesn't mean he had to pay for my trip which he has. I'd also like to thank all those on OTIB who offered me the mates rates discount. I did try to find the thread with all the genuine offers but somehow couldn't as I wanted to message you personally. Another BCFC friend has treated me to a ticket courtesy of mates rates. What a great week ahead. A red button match on Wednesday at a friend's house and a non red button match on Saturday because I'll be there!
  5. 11 points
    Nathan Baker was a right diva when I dropped him, and them complained when I didn't sell him to Cardiff, who hadn't actually bid for him. On the flip side, Bailey Wright actually told me I'd made the correct decision when I stripped him of the captaincy. I'm definitely going to boo Baker if I see him on Wednesday. The bastard.
  6. 11 points
    This is quite possibly the most random thread you have ever posted. And competition for that accolade was pretty high.
  7. 8 points
    Well we can agree to disagree then. I don't see any harm in what she does and if anything it provides us some more insight which we otherwise wouldn't have had. I'm not going to throw my toys out of the pram just because she gave a bit of support to the blue few, as part of her job.
  8. 8 points
    Why don't you shove your gas sentiments somewhere dark and cold, I think you are on the wrong forum ffs! copper shows gas colours on city forum shock! #anotherclevercopper#gaslogic
  9. 7 points
    Picked up a video from 1996 featuring most of the planes that landed at Birmingham Airport en route for their match's at Villa Park. If anyone wants a loan of the video. Let I know johngreatwestern@aol.com
  10. 7 points
    Id rather she didn't post at all but thats just my view of course.
  11. 7 points
    Surely nobody can judge unless they have watched City for the last 35 years? Marvin Elliott being in there makes a mockery of it
  12. 7 points
    I have no words currently for this... stokegiffordgas Reserve Team about an hour ago Quote Our performance has been covered elsewhere but how the hell do we do consistently get such poor officials at the mem? I remember reading sone time ago (probably on here) that referees going up the leagues or being fast tracked are given our home games so that assessors can see how they react to (relatively) large crowds. If that's the case now then I feel it is working against us as they try to show they are not biased - that's the only way I can explain the idiot 'in charge' yesterday. Even the assistants didn't have a hat so how could they see when facing the sun. The fact that we had no officials at the world cup to and says a lot too
  13. 6 points
    Personally, I wish the gas nothing but pain, defeat and misery leading to their eventual destruction. I do find Julie's posts informative and useful on the other hand. I don't want to see anybody sending good wishes to 'them' on here but won't lose any sleep over a member of the constabulary posting, no matter how misguided.
  14. 6 points
  15. 6 points
  16. 6 points
    We miss the added goal threat.
  17. 5 points
    I think you will find they are boycotting all competitions
  18. 5 points
    I’m starting to think GasChat is an elaborate hoax/artistic experiment by Banksy.
  19. 4 points
    Would you believe Barnet have a player called Joe Payne. Now where have I heard that name before?
  20. 4 points
    I think Julie was suggesting that slightly happier gasheads were easier to police, but it there are a few on here who would jump on her comments if she said good morning, which I am sure is not news to her.
  21. 4 points
    Well done on your cup finals. Looks like it did you the world of good. Wigan beat Man City in the cup as well I think.. Seems to disintegrate your achievement that doesn't it? Bristol will be relegated before promoted. Another average mid table finish for you this season for your fans and players to lose interest and move on. Next season or the season after you'll be more like a QPR or Reading. So pop shots at us seem to be quite funny from a club that's been in our shadow for the last 10-15 years.
  22. 4 points
    Keep imagining. There's no place for Bristol City in the top 6, and a lucky last minute win against 10 man Brentford shouldn't be giving you the false hope it seems to have done with a lot of you. If we're relegated, I look forwarded to seeing who's on the score sheet against you.
  23. 4 points
    He's quick, but he's no Ivan Sproule!
  24. 4 points
  25. 4 points
    Yes. Someone told me there's a second round as well, but I'm not so sure if that's true.
  26. 3 points
    Makes me laugh how busy this forum is immediately after we lose, we win a game and put a mini bad run behind us and it’s all gone quiet.
  27. 3 points
    Are 2 of the topics on this week's episode of OSIB. We also discuss O'Leary's debut, Griffin Park and your ideal City 5aside team. We are now posting on Facebook again and are always looking to get more listeners so please share us around with any city fans you know! LINKS: @OSIBPODCAST on twitter and Facebook. Listen via Libsyn Listen via iTunes
  28. 3 points
    Evil Post are reporting that if the Sags fail to score at Wimbledon, it will be their worst goalscoring run in the English Football league for 96 years. Now forgive me if I'm wrong, but haven't they only been in the Football league for 3 years? Bristol Rovers on the verge of equalling terrible 96-year record https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/bristol-rovers-risk-equalling-terrible-2135445#ICID=Android_BristolPostApp_AppShare
  29. 3 points
    Pity the criteria wasn't 45 years instead of 35 then there's no argument !!! Cashley Sweeney Collier Merrick Drysdale Tainton. Mann Gow Ritchie. Cheesley Whitehead Sub: Fear Manager: AD End of (as they say)
  30. 3 points
    Major, it's all very well sitting in you're ivary EU tower casting judgemental on our local newspaper but even if it's not written here- it very much represents all of Bristoll. As for Rhian Kent- he is a rising young stair from what is arguably the biggest club in Yorkshire and currently is enjoying a great run of form at his new club, Celtic Rangers- and you don't get bigger in Wales than that!
  31. 3 points
    I think there is only one club that have lost core support over the past few years.....even with your short stint in the Premier League........and here's a clue, they play in red.....oh hang on, no they play in blue now. Your average attendance over the past 3 seasons in the championship was 17,661 which included a promotion season. Since the completion of AG, our average attendance has been 20,104. The average so far this season is over 21,000 so let's just put the "fans lose interest" bullshit to bed straight away. As for being in your "shadow".....well, yes, since our PO final season, you have indeed finished above us however, with the amount of money Tan has pumped in plus parachute money, surely that would be expected for a one club city? Importantly, let's not forget it took you 9 seasons in the championship to gain promotion to the Prem, with your first 4 seasons finishing 16,11,13 and 12 (average finish of 13, mid table). You then pushed on for the next 5 seasons before promotion to the Prem. This is now our 4th season back in the Championship with finishes of 18,17 and 11 (an upward trajectory). A finish within the top 8/9 this season will also give us the same average mid-table finish....... so another 5 years to mirror the oh-so successful, illustrious sheep worriers is fine with me. Cardiff will be relegated before Bristol City will be promoted is a more likely bet to be honest.
  32. 3 points
    Can't see many saying Shaun Taylor. Scandalous
  33. 3 points
    Yes, but you're mad. When we've been overrun in midfield on many occasions this season, what wouldn't I have given for a Marv to break play up and muscle the ball forward. Not a refined player by any means, but he did a very specific job that is currently not being done. Anyway, talking of refined players, 'wot no Paul Hartley??!'
  34. 3 points
    Silly OP. There are naturally more talking points when we lose. 'What went wrong?' being the main one! To suppose City fans who belong to a City supporting website want their team to lose is ridiculous.
  35. 3 points
    So you just come on here when we win then... Our fans are no different from any other set of supporters with the exception that unlike every other club of comparable size, we have been monumentally shite for the majority of our history. That is why most city fans are of a pessimistic nature,.In essence as the vast majority haven't ever seen any real success, and in the recent past have witnessed long worrying spells of bad form, a lack of wins causes concern. A great result against mid table Brentford is very welcome but shouldn't really encourage the smug "sane" superfans to come out of the woodwork, saying that City fans are the worst in the country. Get a ******* grip .
  36. 3 points
  37. 3 points
    I can't believe they made a video of plans landing. I can believe that NTTDS posted about it.
  38. 3 points
    Scoreline rather than teamsheet gave that one away!
  39. 3 points
    This is obviously subjective, and more recent players are obviously fresher in the mind. Seems to me that walsh newman taylor shelton cole welch and jacki should all be considered from the first 10 years of that timescale. Then tinnion carey murray basso orr and bell from the next 10. I lose track after that, weve had some dross, but you would have to say the gj playoff team and the cotts promotion team had some excellent players and made a superb team.
  40. 3 points
  41. 3 points
    I don't want the nasty type of player at City who will be the first to leave a boot in. We all know them, like a Joey Barton or a Robbie Savage. But Jack Hunt seems to be one who will stand up for himself and the team if the other side are the initiators of the dark arts as Brentford appear to have been on Saturday.
  42. 3 points
    If Kalas is fit, Kalas will play, it’s that simple. You play your best players.
  43. 3 points
    Tapping their heads is ‘doing the Ayatollah’ - Cardiff do it because a Welsh punk band called ‘U Thant’ used to do it with their fans at gigs in the late 1980s - the band started to do it because they saw mourners at the funeral of Ayatollah Khomeini doing it as a way of expressing their grief. For some reason they thought it looked impressive and it spread from the band to the band’s fans and onwards to Cardiff City who first ‘performed the Ayatollah’ in 1990. It has often been incorrectly attributed to Cardiff’s ex Chairman Sam Hammam who decided it was wise to walk in front of Leeds fans ‘doing the Ayatollah’ during an FA Cup game - but they were doing it way before that....loved our chant at their place a few years ago though...”You used to be blue, now you’re red, you look like ***** when you tap your head”..... Here endeth the history lesson for today.....
  44. 3 points
    It's a good question. And I have two answers: yes. And no. I am not missing them as much as when the season began and that is testament to the new recruits and Lloyd and their efforts thus far. But the new lads have some way to go before they lay down some memories to match those left behind by Flint and Bryan: The promotion season, winning a league, Flint's 15 goals, his "no no no," and Joe's goal v Swindon. And Flint scoring more crucial goals, Wigan away, Cardiff at home, amongst others. And Joe's goal v Rovers, and v Palace, and probably the greatest goal I have seen scored at AG by us, v Man Utd. By a Bristol boy, too. So, practically: not missing them terribly (although the sight of Nathan Baker and well, yes frankly. Flint every time) but emotionally: yes, still missing them, those two provided more than a few moments of pleasure, which is all we're probably ever going to get with City at this level, or above.
  45. 3 points
    We have conceded 14 goals in 13 games. At this point last season, we had conceded 14 goals in 13 games.
  46. 3 points
    We are missing Reid more than either of them. No surprise as Bobby was our best player by some margin last season.
  47. 3 points
    I am used to people on here not agreeing with me !
  48. 3 points
    Good. Been saying for years that we're too nice. About time we toughened up a bit and started being clever, other sides don't hesitate to do it.
  49. 2 points
    The trouble will be them Teds in the home end then!
  50. 2 points
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