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  1. I fully agree with this view of the game. City on the night didn't have a striker (winger played up front) and it showed. It was indeed a very young team, even the couple of "U23s" that played are only in their first year out of U18s. City's keeper was Aaron Sainsbury, just turned 17. Fair play to Cheddar, played very well and in a good spirit too, their second goal was a tremendous move.
  2. That's exactly the case, and apparently they don't even have anyone to replace him - position will be advertised. Has anyone else heard that Bristol Sport will cease to be a company in the near future and will simply be a brand?
  3. Semenyo wasn't involved in the U18s game on Weds evening, my guess is that he'll be the young player in the squad. Regarding the right back, can Zak Vyner play? Will his loan at Plymouth be officially finished by tomorrow?
  4. Sesay is back with us, Paulton have taken a Rovers keeper on loan (who was let go by City a couple of years ago) - James Carey (injured anyway) and especially Begovic are a million miles from being anywhere near ready for the first team.
  5. Very interesting series and also interesting is the fact that Tyrone Mings is now starting his own academy in the Bristol area: https://tyronemingsacademy.com/
  6. Kicking wide is something they do from the first team right down through the academy (although the young 'uns obviously try to play it out from the back as much as possible)
  7. From my BHA mate: He's a very good signing for a league one side. He's quite solid but can't get a decent run in our side as Gordon Greer and Matt Upson are better than him. I'm surprised he's dropped down a division but we are side moving up and he's not good enough for the Premier so it makes sense to move on. He'll do a great job, not the paciest but isn't afraid to put himself about and really winds the opposition players up. He's played over 300 times for us and gives his all in every match. I wish him all the best and you have got a good one there.
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