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  1. 4/10 refunds received so far across mine and my son's season cards. Initially sent 4 emails to the club and heard nothing back...all I was asking for was an acknowledgement that the refund requests had been received and were actually being dealt with. Reason being that I sent separate emails as requested by the club for each card but only had one acknowldgement so I just wanted to be sure. After the 5th email Jerry actually rang me and was both helpful and apologetic so he's a good guy and is certainly doing his best to help for sure but you have to wonder about the wider system if one man
  2. I like Cook but I said on another thread that I felt he'd be too abrasive for the Bristol Sport brand and not quite statesmanlike enough when compared to the likes of Hughton or Jokanovic. Not surprised to hear the comments regarding his old school nature as that's precisely what I'd expext. I'd be seriously interested to see what he could do with a decent budget mind you although sometimes those factors don't mix all that well. The three names above would be my personal top three.
  3. That's undoubtedly true but it also costs a fortune if you let the wrong manager make endless signings. Some of the names mentioned have been a little daft but Jokanovic & Hughton should be both attainable and realistic as we're now an established Championship club. Ryan Lowe is an interesting proposition but I'm not quite sure how I'd feel about it The other one I find intriguing is Paul Cook but he may well be a bit abrasive compared to the more statesmanlike figures of Hughton & Jokanovic who I think would both be appealing to the Bristol Sport "brand" (I know...it's a horrible wo
  4. Right time. I have been with him through previous tough periods and still was with him pre-lockdown but only by a whisker. Did a decent job overall but it's been on the decline and has felt stale for a good while. Speaking as a season ticket holder it's been a tough gig going to AG this season so it's 100% the right call for both parties I feel without question. Will always like the guy and I'll be genuinely interested to see what he goes on to do as despite what the majority think of him his profile is still pretty strong I'd say.
  5. I've had the email as well but for £18.57.
  6. If anyone is going to make a speedy recovery it'll be Buster. Don't think I ever witnessed him lose a physio race with his opposite number when they would both tear onto the pitch at the same time. Great character and part of City folklore for ever.
  7. My son actually said to me today "why are we so bad at throw ins"
  8. Pantomime booing supplemented with warm applause and appreciation when he can over to take the corner in the first half. Bobby was clearly appreciative and put his thumbs up as well as clapping the City fans (slightly covertly) but it was all good. No massive disrespect or disgraceful behaviour...just a bit of fun in amongst trying to give an opposition player a bit of stick.
  9. I feared the worst when I opened this thread...glad to see that it's a positive story.
  10. Decent atmosphere, not earth shattering but decent considering our home form of late. Also wthout wanting to open any debate where the same points get raised I'm still amazed at how many people stream out at 3-2 up with a couple of mins to go...maybe a coping mechanism for avoiding the stress of having to watch the closing stages
  11. No particular issue with LJ in interviews. The word presser however...
  12. In a backs against the wall scenario he's the best we've got. In fact, I'd back him more in a relentless "head it, kick it" period of play when we were really up against it for an extended period (such as today..) rather than an easier game where he's less called upon to be constantly engaged as a defender. I think he has limitations for sure but I still really like Baker and personally speaking I hope he's not a victim of the recent signing as I think we're a stronger defensive unit with him than without, especially in tough games.
  13. Isn't it bloody lovely to have a genuinely exciting January Transfer. I fully support the model that we're working within these days which is obviously one of increased sustainability but I think this window, without doubt, indicates a clear show of intent to try and capitalise on what the club must see as a real opportunity to expedite further progress and stake a genuine claim for the play off's after recent experiences of fading away at the business end of the season. Long may the trading model continue but these kinds of signings which are less about sell on value and more about the hear
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