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Kid in the Riot

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  1. Kid in the Riot

    Andy Murray

    Rowing is a minority sport as well being honest. Murray is a global superstar
  2. Kid in the Riot

    Tin hat time

    More chance of Lee Johnson taking us to Europe than May taking the UK out of Europe that's for sure
  3. Kid in the Riot

    Gary O’Neill

    Agreed. The bloke played 30 odd games in the Prem before we signed him, so not sure how he ended up in that state so soon after. Just one of those things.
  4. Kid in the Riot

    Matty Taylor

    The reason he's always looked better off the bench is because he hasn't been fully fit for the best part of a year. Now he is up to 100% we may see some better performances from him when playing from the start, if LJ chooses to do so.
  5. Kid in the Riot

    Bristol City v Bolton Wanderers Match Day 27

    Are you still sticking to your pre-season prediction that we'd be relegated, Andy?
  6. Kid in the Riot

    Andy Murray

    I'm absolutely gutted. Only saw him once play in the flesh and that was in the Davis Cup versus Argentina in Glasgow. What. A. Player. I've seen Nadal and Federer live too at Wimbledon and the French and Murray was easily on their level. Not only that, he was an absolute joy to watch. Yeah OK, he had a tendency to be dull in interviews, but his tennis was anything but. There wasn't a shot he couldn't play. A seriously, seriously talented player. His hips are now the issue but not many people will know that it was his ankle that has caused him constant pain throughout his career. He's an absolute warrior who has led the most amazing of lives, and in my humble opinion, the greatest British sportsman of his generation.
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    W10 D5 L5 = 73 points - can we do it?

    Looking at those fixtures for Boro and Derby we could quite easily be 2/3 pts off the play-offs come Saturday night
  8. Kid in the Riot

    Minutes applause 41st minute on Saturday

    Definitely recognise Ben from games. RIP fellow red
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    W10 D5 L5 = 73 points - can we do it?

    You can win a game 1-0 comfortably Mr P.
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    W10 D5 L5 = 73 points - can we do it?

    I don't think there's any doubt they'll come and sit back. They haven't scored in four of their last five away games. All I'm saying is if we have top six ambitions then it's time to start putting teams like this away comfortably.
  11. Kid in the Riot

    W10 D5 L5 = 73 points - can we do it?

    We shouldn't be struggling against the likes of Bolton if we have top six ambitions. They've won one of their last 16 league games and got trounced 6-0 at Hull in their last outing.
  12. I agree. But the club are trying to move the game to Friday as they want the pitch in the best possible condition, which will be before the rugby play, not after it. As great a surface as it is, it isn't difficult to appreciate that logic.
  13. Kid in the Riot

    A Year ago Today

    An incredible evening and performance. Alan Green and Ally McCoist's 5 Live commentary on the game is worth a listen too. They both rated Flint's clearance from under the bar as one of the best they'd ever seen. Going 1-0 up through Reid has to be the moment where I've felt the club has been at it's highest point in the time I've been a supporter. It genuinely felt like, at that point, we could beat any team in the land - including one in Manchester City that will go down as one of the best for many a year. We gave them a better game than probably 90% of teams in the Prem were at the time. Arguably, set the blueprint of how to beat them as well. Go and have a go instead of sitting back.
  14. The club have asked Bolton to play the game on the Friday night as we're desperate not to play after the rugby given the pitch will be in a worse condition.
  15. Kid in the Riot

    Kasey Palmer : CONFIRMED SIGNING

    Ok, without giving away what I know (and what I don't tbf) I would still say the pair would cost around £8m, which would be great business.
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