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  1. Walk it. By the time you have walked to Parsons st or got on a bus/taxi and the waits youll be at temple meads
  2. Give it back to the rightful owners the Bristol Combination
  3. Funny how the said gates state the fact the ground is the memorial.
  4. What about someone stealing a ground and war memorial at that.
  5. Could not agree anymore. A great day for Bristol and one of its most famous war memorials
  6. My only glee in this is that the mem remains this day a sporting venue. Kind of makes me wonder if Karma is true. My wish is that one day the mem returns to being a ground dedicated to the rugby players of Bristol. Its hard to see Bristol returning but my hope is that Rugby somehow gets its mitts back on the ground. I see this decision not a kick in the teeth for Bristol in anyway but a result for at least today for the mem
  7. No fuss because the ground was still being used for sport.
  8. I would like to add that its your comments I find vile and not something I feel toward you personally. It is great that Bristol will get two great stadiums but not great that it is being funded by this desecration
  9. the land was given for sport in memory for the war dead. No matter how you try and butter it up its vile. I have never dissed the mem and hold Bristol Rugby as much to blame. I can not tell you how angry about it and frankly your move on comments are vile in the extreme. I hope justice is done
  10. It strikes me as funny that you can say to people to chill when you are so happy to desecrate a war memorial I am not in the least bit jealous. I am appalled and repulsed by how you are not ashamed at your clubs actions. If I went down to the city centre and started knocking down the cenotaph I would rightly be despised
  11. Rovers know it too, as they have considered plan b and c etc. A velodrome was discussed but would not bring in the finances. If that document ever gets found and I hope it does I hope there are massive repercussions one of which gives bristols rugby players and playing public a ground back.
  12. It did exist. And v is drummed into every player who pulls on a combination shirt.
  13. Loop hole where trash are claiming documental evidence was not seen or something ot worse was witheld. I wonder if that document will surface that states the land can only be used for sport. Interesting either way. I just want the ground to be kept for its intended use of sport and for rugby.
  14. I still hold hope that someone finds the deeds of the ground and it is returned to its rightful place as a war memorial for sport and for rugby players. Not jealous at all.
  15. http://www.bristolcity.vitalfootball.co.uk/stats.asp?a=347422 damning stats for me. But will be there saturday doing my bit. But will have to watch through cider googles.
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