Jump to content

Welcome to One Team in Bristol - Bristol City Forums

Welcome to One Team in Bristol - Bristol City Forums, like most online communities you must register to view or post in our community, but don't worry this is a simple free process that requires minimal information for you to signup. Be a part of One Team in Bristol - Bristol City Forums by signing in or creating an account.

  • Start new topics and reply to others
  • Full access to all forums (not all viewable as guest)
  • Subscribe to topics and forums to get email updates
  • Get your own profile page and make new friends
  • Send personal messages to other members.
  • Support OTIB with a premium membership

Steve Watts

  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation


About Steve Watts

  • Birthday 02/04/1978

Contact Methods

  • Website URL

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location:
  • Interests
    City, Cinema, general football, City, Buffy, Angel, Firefly, City, reading, music, and, oh yeah, City!http://avatars.jurko.net/uploads/avatar_4940.jpg

Recent Profile Visitors

3,935 profile views
  1. He's in purgatory at the moment for visiting the training ground and nobbling Afobe!
  2. I don't see the point to be honest with you. The average person on the street would have zero idea how much it costs to create a show and whether or not the figure at the end is extortionate or not. How much of that figure factors in TV rights etc? You'll just get more people getting more irate over things they simply don't understand. There's never a call for people who work for the council should display their payslips in their window each month because we all pay taxes and therefore fund their salary? People need to get over themselves where the BBC is involved. Do I agree with the TV licence fee? No. But that doesn't mean I think I should know the ins and outs of a cats backside because I have to pay it. (this last para is not aimed at your post, btw)
  3. LJ looking at napoleonic leadership techniques.... scotty looking at how they got blood and soil out of their tunics...
  4. Nah. Loan deals is the rules. Permanent deals you can't insist either way, nor have a gentleman's agreement. Big furore a few years ago when Tim Howard moved from United to Everton and a gentleman's agreement was in place that he couldn't play the game between the two teams.
  5. He's exactly the type of signing Gary o'Neill was intended to be.
  6. Well if they'd done their jobs better they wouldn't have been relegated! In my opinion, football won't change its ways in this country until parachute payments are abolished. Then proper management of mid-level clubs will have to happen. That includes promotion pay boosts and relegation pay cuts in all contracts to ensure that should the drop occur, they can still manage financially. Until this happens, clubs will continue to financially mismanage themselves. Yes, it creates a divide at the top of the prem and makes breaking into it difficult, but Leicester managed it well enough, so it's not impossible.
  7. If you're gonna take the piss at last keep it relevant and accurate. Premiership rugby has no bearing on Bristol City, and it was Lloyd Kelly we sold to Bournemouth, not Liam. Selling players to Cardiff and Fulham isn't a massive shouting point either to be honest. They've given us so much over the years. Let's at least rub the good stuff in! Rest of your points spot on though BR.
  8. Confirmation now in that Bury are being expelled.
  9. Bury are gone. Takeover has fallen through. Sad times
  10. Carlsberg don't do irony, but if they did......... Could have just been an informal reference to him.... Matty, Hunty, Wrighty, Naajy, Browny....Packy never took off though for some reason...........
  11. Fully Fit Squad - Team and Formation Is this like one of those "When I win the lottery I'm going to........" type of threads? Because the way this season is going so far a fully fit squad is little more of a pipe dream!
  12. That ground doesn't have a lot of football in 2019 either!
  13. Right back to Norwich would be good.....
  14. It's a pretty obvious one really....so easy to manipulate the lyrics for him. Nagy is Gold... Always receiving the balllllll.. Always then heading for goal. He's indestructible... Always Believing.... (Of course the indestructable line kinda takes a beating when substituted at half time with an injury!)
  15. Rowe would be the logical choice given he was captain at Doncaster, so has leadership qualities.
  • Create New...