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Kid in the Riot

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  1. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    We took 1,311 there last season but don't tell them, they might get upset.
  2. That little bit of luck...

    GoN and Hegeler and fringe players at best and I don't think we miss either. There's a fair chance both may have played their last games for the club in fact. Pisano and Diedhiou are loses for sure but frankly our squad overall is a very good one in terms of strength and depth and overall quality. LJ has already hinted at a right back loanee arriving in January so there's possibly only half a dozen or so games to wait until that problem is solved, though in the meantime Korey did a very good job in that position at Wednesday and Wright is adequate too. All clubs suffer with injuries, just look at PNE the last month or two. Just something we have to deal with. I don't think we've got it worse than any other club so can't use it as an excuse on this occasion.
  3. Ashton Gate our issue?

    Absolutely. Alex Neil does not set his sides up to park the bus. Knew this before the game and thought it would play into our hands. But alas, they were just a better team than us on the night.
  4. Horrid

    Common sense, at last!
  5. Horrid

    Are you for real? They were the better team in the first half. Created about 5 decent chances to our one goal scramble. Had players that actually looked comfortable on the ball. Fully deserved the win. But we were awful. Hoof ball, no apparent game plan and played at a pedestrian pace for most of the game. I agree the ref was weak but they simply took advantage of this in a way that any other team in the league would. Was actually commenting before the game that we've become a much more savvy team in this respect, as we were under GJ. Cry me a river. We lost to a better team tonight.
  6. I was sat behind Wright in the SS in the first half and thought he was out of sorts. Misplaced passes and tackles. Not his natural position, he'd been off playing on the other side of the world last week and it showed. Agree about playing fit players for sure.
  7. Wright was awful at RB mate. LJ should've stuck with Korey there and kept the excellent Pack in midfield. Too much tinkering again. And as for the half time substitutions/tactical change. Well...less said the better I think (with the notable exception of Eliasson )
  8. Agree with all of that. Typical after my glowing praise of Saturday's performance. Tinkerman struck again tonight sadly. Set us up too defensively, no spark about the team, no cohesion. They looked lost. Only positive was Eliasson who provided some decent entertainment against a tiring PNE back line.
  9. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    A good following but easily explained by the fact that Rovers haven't played at Ewood Park since 1991 because they have been complete dogshit. Give them a couple of seasons struggling in L1 and let's see what their away attendances are like then...
  10. Car registration plates

    That solves that mystery!
  11. City vs Manchester - Dustbin Thread (merged)

    Yep. Family blocks are the ones closest to the SS. But there's W3 (quite a central block) with 350 odd tickets left and then W2 which is closer to the Atyeo which says sold out, Sorry, but that can't be right.
  12. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    What are they supposed to do, in fairness? Fans, in this country at least, are completely powerless against nefarious club owners. They should consider themselves lucky they have a voice on the board. Pretty rare these days. Steve Lansdown has made it clear he is opposed to a similar arrangement at City. Some of their supporters were banned from the Mem under Higgs for speaking out about various issues so it's not the first time the voice of the supporters over there has tried to be silenced by owners. I think similar has happened at City under Lansdown, just in more subtle ways. ie the setting up of a talking shop in the form of the FAN parliament instead of genuine engagement with an independent supporters association like the Supporters Trust. Just a fact of life now though that if your club has an extremely wealthy benefactor then they, and they alone, want full control of the club. The only alternative in England, at least, is total fan ownership; the Exeter City/AFC Wimbledon model.
  13. City vs Manchester - Dustbin Thread (merged)

    W1, W2 and W6 are showing as sold out but suspect they're being held back for whatever reason, so probably closer to 4,000 seats available? I'd be getting nervous if I was a member who hadn't attended any games
  14. City vs Manchester - Dustbin Thread (merged)

    Yeah, same. Can't complain with that process. Well done to the club. Didn't think I'd be able to get South Stand tickets so well happy with that
  15. Ashes series!

    Must avoid defeat at The Gabba or feel it'll be a long old series for England. I think a lot rests on whether or not Australia's bowling attack clicks.
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