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Phileas Fogg

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  1. A few people think Ruiz might have been holding weights to make himself heavier at the weigh in. All a ploy to get Joshua to underestimate him again. I honestly have no idea how I think this is going to play out. I quite like Ruiz and don't like Joshua so kind of hope Ruiz wins again.. then again, having all the belts with Al Haymon via Ruiz and Wilder isn't great for the division. Good fight and also a decent undercard too.
  2. Agreed - a versatile player who knows the system, is a good role model and coming into/in his prime. Very useful to have around and it would cost millions to buy that from elsewhere. No need to get rid of him just yet if he can prove his fitness - unless we get a very good offer.
  3. Was going to say exactly the same - this is really good content and is clearly exactly the sort of thing fans actually want to see. I'd rather they focussed on this sort of thing all the time rather than the rest of the usually terrible things they put out. Really good video. I met Korey once, he's a really nice guy.
  4. Terrible to see, good on Wollacot for calling it out. Bit confused as to why our official club twitter account are inadvertently drawing attention to the incident to their 175,700 followers by tweeting about it earlier in such a way that is clearly an attempt to get a few retweets (not an official club statement). Means people will go looking for what it's about now and give the offender more oxygen.
  5. I do, I love his posts. You never know what you're going to get with them
  6. Another lovely post - I think myself and @ZiderEyed are your biggest fans on this site
  7. He's an incredibly gifted player but seems that like similar players to his style (Tomlin/Noble/JET/Trundle) you need to be very clever with how you get the best out of him. On form, he's one of the best attacking midfielders at this level who needs games in a settled team to show it. I think it's difficult for players like him to get a run of games because of his style. Compare that to someone like Tommy Rowe, Josh Brownhill or Adam Nagy who's style can be made to fit most team setups. It's such a shame the Afobe injury happened when it did - those two clearly had a great understanding and a genuine friendship, as evidenced by Palmer's social media posts about the tragic Afobe news this weekend. His main strengths are his passing range, creativity and vision, i'm surprised you were unsure about that because they're pretty obvious. They are all great attributes to have, and the type of attributes that are essential for our midfielders to possess in order to utilise the strengths of Afobe, Weimann, Eliasson etc. I don't know how you can question his attitude though, he seems genuinely nice guy who gives his best. Compare that to Tomlin who was obviously a total moron and a cancerous personality to have around the dressing room. I imagine you're fishing somewhat as usual, I have to hand it to you - you know how to generate replies.
  8. Relatively reliable source on Twitter hinting it's Hull
  9. Not really, just a preference that I follow social media accounts for Bristol City news - which I think is understandable. I'm not that bothered, just giving my view on a thread.
  10. Agreed. I also feel the women’s team results are shoved down people’s throats a bit by the Bristol City Twitter page’s insistence to RT them and for their news to be on the website. They are a separate entity entirely and I don’t mind how they get on. Put it on their own social media pages and website by all means. Reading that back I appreciate that sounds bad but it’s my honest view.
  11. The Gavin and Stacey thing was an interesting example. I actually thought the first time (or two) they used it they got it right. It was funny, original and was good content. Problem is they did it AGAIN a few days later and it felt like they'd overdone it. Also they were quite unprofessional to a prolific member of 'Bristol City Twitter' and a semi-regular poster on here fairly recently. I think we were a bit spoiled under Adam Baker who got the balance of humour/informative content right.
  12. I think LJ had technically been 'appointed' at Charlton (I was there, it was officially announced around 2.30 whilst I was getting a drink!). He didn't have involvement in getting the result though, and IIRC he credited Pemberton and Elliot with that win.
  13. Who is the target audience then? This site is a fairly good cross section
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