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  1. 12 points
    Lynn, idea for new show, Ron Swinburn Video Productions presents Plane Football Crazy at Birmingham International Airport
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 6 points
    We miss the added goal threat.
  6. 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.
  7. 4 points
  8. 3 points
    I can't believe they made a video of plans landing. I can believe that NTTDS posted about it.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 3 points
    We have conceded 14 goals in 13 games. At this point last season, we had conceded 14 goals in 13 games.
  13. 3 points
    We are missing Reid more than either of them. No surprise as Bobby was our best player by some margin last season.
  14. 2 points
    In the pub mate with someone else's wife .
  15. 2 points
    O'Leary made it into the team of the week! Well done Max. https://twitter.com/EFL/status/1054375802928816129
  16. 2 points
    Wonder if there is a directors cut available that involves flying to the north east and then straight back to Bristol again immediately?
  17. 2 points
    "Looks like I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue".
  18. 2 points
    But are we? I loved Bobby's commitment and performances and while I think Pato is definitely weaker without Bobby's passing and movement, I'm not sure the team misses him as much as Bryan / Flint. Weinman is arguably an upgrade on Bobby. Also Flint is showing at Boro what a top defender he is, when he has a decent midfield in front and full backs at the side. They have conceded just 7 goals this year - second place have conceded 15!
  19. 2 points
    From the "Barcelona of League 2" to the "Real Madrid of League 1"
  20. 2 points
  21. 1 point
    Just forwarded to the sending off to watch Weimann grinning at Mepham as he's walking off, then forward to Jack Hunt winding up that naive ****. They don't like it up 'em Look forward to Boxing Day...
  22. 1 point
    Heaton rb Carey cb caulker cb flint lb Brennan lm Walsh cm docherty cm tinnion rm murray f akinbiye f Cole
  23. 1 point
    That's actually a better line up than the team I posted.........maybe Gerry Gow in goal would improve it ? He's here he's there he's every ******* where Gerry Gow Gerry Gow RIP Gerry
  24. 1 point
    Someone on the replies saying that they have talented forwards? I do wonder if that includes their striker with that outstanding scoring record, you know the snakes replacement who actually cost more
  25. 1 point
    I like bryan but surely Martin Scott is better
  26. 1 point
    I liked the style of football we played under Wilson but can never forgive him for that woeful performance and team selection at the Millennium
  27. 1 point
    No idea how Pack or Elliott got there to be honest. Think if anything that shows the lack of decent centre midfielders we have had.
  28. 1 point
    More than a snake as well Cocked up big time there, didn't they
  29. 1 point
    But she is a club official so that's the corporate stance.
  30. 1 point
    Just replying to the question. My best eleven City players from the last 35 years. There was no mention of positions. Am pretty sure most people will say different things. That's the point. Shelton isn't in my best eleven because I don't think he was one of our best eleven. It's really quite a simple concept.
  31. 1 point
    To be fair you lot usually miss it going off, so not surprised that this seemed like large scale disorder. I hope the dogs are ok, they and the horses are always the poor innocents when this happens. It seems that Oxford took the piss before and after the game, a good100 or so mobbing up in the gas Hobgoblin. #woofcup
  32. 1 point
    Everyone's a critic! Seriously though, my views are pretty balanced. Praise where it's due, aplenty.
  33. 1 point
    I really like Kalas but the praise he receives on here has maybe been a little bit over the top. I wouldn't say he is definitely our best defender. I am going to wait and see, as Webster and Kelly really impress me.
  34. 1 point
    I didn't even know this was a 'thing'. Makes my groundhopping obsession kinda cool and not nerdy at all :)
  35. 1 point
    Agreed very little in the skill department & I fear Bolt is only there to get bums on seats, which he certainly is doing. Change "very little in the skill" to nil in the skill department but Tommy Oar definately has plenty to offer.
  36. 1 point
    Big, BIG day next Sunday chaps and ladies, I'm expecting some blinding piss taking as it's a major birthday!!!
  37. 1 point
    Amazing stat. Completely took me by surprise. However we do look fit and yesterday being an example we did Press toward the end. Obviously the fitness and diet regime has worked out so far and we are concentrating. We looked assured with Kelly and Webster at CB as well. Dasilva was good and Hunt did good things despite knowing a cock up is never far away
  38. 1 point
    I would start Walsh, eager, forward thinking and trying to get the ball where it needs to be. Pato, 2nd half he made a tackle, sure commentator sounded surprised, so strong a card was expected?? Was I hearing things?
  39. 1 point
    Surely if Webster and Kelly at CB have another couple of shut outs, it would be very difficult to change the line up?
  40. 1 point
    Sorry been drinking read at the inlaws in essex and the wife is shit. hope that is not the case.
  41. 1 point
    Defensively? No Offensively? Yes
  42. 1 point
    Pack could pass a ball in August. September and October not so much. When Pack rediscovers those little reverse passes or someone steps up Weimann will start scoring again
  43. 1 point
    Kept a clean sheet got a touch to put the ball on the post (top quality save) made several other decent stops...Six...:laugh:! We all knew Baker was going off didn’t we. The bloke is made of sugar and spice and all things nice! Hunt is a bit of an anathema. He does really good things while we are waiting for him to cock something up...Hopefully that will get better Kelly is class Taylor ran his socks off for not much as did Weimann. We must have the two fittest forwards in the league. Great goal for Elliason but I had him as an eight...My MOM was Desilva as the game changed momentum completely when he came on, he and Kelly look like a proper little team moving forward and defending....and he picked out Elliason with the cross when everyone was moving toward Diedhiou whose run sucked in their defense which adds a point for me to his score However not being to pedantic thanks for your reports I always look for them post match
  44. 1 point
  45. 1 point
    From Slagchat ... can't think why they're in trouble! I thought I would do a bit of searching and found that our last 14 Home games in League 1 reads P 14 W 2 D 6 L 6 . That is just 12 points out of 42! Our away record over the similar period is P 14 W 2 D 5 L 7 - A total of 11 points out of 42 which means that our last 28 games have yielded only 23 points out of 84. personally I would look on away games as a win or a draw being successful and at home only a win being a successful result which means out of 28 projects only 9 have been successful!! We have only scored 18 goals in those 28 games.
  46. 1 point
    Yes you are correct, definitely much more than normal handbags! i am confident we are not going back to the 70s but at this time there has been an increase in football related disorder nationally, it is not normally as violent as this but there is an increase particularly the lower leagues . lots of debate as to why, but nevertheless I think it is important to point out these people are very much in the minority and not normal football fans. Hope rovers form picks up soon, I was at burton and rovers fans were very subdued about everything, not like them at all!!
  47. 1 point
  48. 1 point
    Absolute rubbish - have a look at the reaction on here to our defeat at WBA earlier this season.....it couldn’t have been more positive....but feel free to keep peddling the shite....
  49. 1 point
    You're quite right. I could see he was going to finish it and was already losing my **** before I saw how he actually finished it. Side footed home. Couple of wild finishes from him earlier in the second half but the play which preceded each of his chances - sensational poise and technique on the ball to dance past their defenders and get into the box where he had no right to do so, made him utterly deserving of the winner. And anyone who saw Eliasson take down O'Leary's 60 yard goal kick on the touchline as if it was a short pass he was controlling, will know quite what a baller we have there. Clearly a young, confidence player who needs to be played into the game, but a rare talent when he is!
  50. 1 point
    Well- the main thing is that everyone on here stayed right behind the team and the Manager during this difficult period.
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