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  1. Was the support totally unified though? I would argue that the unified support was down to the hardcore, as our attendances showed. If the whole support base was unified then the attendances would have reflected that, but they didn't 50% came off the average attendance every season during our decline. Therefore, like today, you'd have those who had given up on the club still chipping in with negativity like we have today. After we were saved, a lot of the stayaways realised how lucky they were to still have a club and came back, but I think the final days were a wake up call. The months/years leading up to that though....?
  2. Go on, I'll say it before anyone else does..... have you asked LJ if it's his? On a serious note, what's the name on the back of the shirt? I'm sure you could probably go through the database to find people with the same surname and then narrow that down to those in the sort of age range that would typically see a 3 year old child. From there, if there's a full kit there's a chance that they've been to a game, isn't there? Wouldn't that put them on the database? Would end up with a very small pool of potential people.....unless the name is Smith!
  3. This is where I am....though my little boy is only 7 and has only been going for 2 years. Our own matchday experiences evolve, and mine is all about living it with my son and taking the highs and the lows as they come along. That's part and parcel with supporting a less fashionable club. We're not the best we've ever been, nor the best we will ever be again.....likewise we're neither the worst we've ever been or ever will be.
  4. Mr Lansdown most certainly does not make money out of Bristol City Football club, so that is not an accusation you can level at him. That's a frankly ridiculous comment! This is purely down to living in the internet and social media age. If this forum, Facebook, Twitter etc been around in the early 1980's do you think it would have been any less toxic and divisive? Not anything to do with Bristol Sport or where this club is headed, and totally down to the age we're living in.
  5. If we manage to get promoted this year, then arguably the way we're playing now is irrelevant as we'd have clearly turned it around to secure promotion!
  6. Hi Jerry.... Could you confirm if we will still earn 10% rewards balance on purchases in the ground and shop next season? This perk was conspicuous by its absence on the main site..... Thanks mate. Steve
  7. Overplaying it a bit.....It was only City vs Huddersfield.........
  8. I'm not sure why they'd be concerned. He doesn't have anything to do with HL anymore besides own shares. He stepped down as non-exec chairman years ago and doesn't work with them.
  9. He lost me by getting our owners name wrong.
  10. I thought I'd read that adding the womens matches to the Gate full time would impact the already well used pitch. The same with the U23's. Failand would seem to be the logical place when the training ground is built, but it's not really the most accessible for supporters, which is where SGS has a massive advantage.
  11. Genuinely, email someone at Sky Sports - they were interviewing Goats from his back garden this morning! I'd imagine they have a line on many ex players, but at the very least should be able to help with him! Mark Gavin is on Twitter.... Andy Llewellyn is probably on parole....
  12. He's never been a confident public speaker since being part of the board. I can empathise with him. Fair play to him for still putting himself out there irrespective of his nerves in that sort of situation. The fact that he's clearly not comfortable and yet, unlike his predecessor, still doesn't hide earns a huge amount of respect from me.
  13. No...Its a hash of their previous kits whilst with Nike. A mash up of 9 shirts. Funnily enough that monstrosity also debuted against Fulham when it came out. Are their fans known for going easy on the piss taking, perhaps?!?
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