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Kid in the Riot

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  1. Radio Bristol

    Sounds like a fascinating insight.
  2. Bristol Rugby Club (merged)

    Good win in terms of margin of victory but obviously that defence needs some serious work. Still, there's been a noticeable improvement in attack over the past two games; now to see it in defence.
  3. Have we under estimated LJ ?

    The "net spend" issue should be separated from the point about how much and how many players LJ has brought in anyway. One is an off the field issue concerning our finances and the other is a first team playing squad matter. Great that the club is being run more sustainably in terms of maximising returns on players, however the simple fact is that LJ has been allowed to bring in 26 first team squad players to the tune of nearly £25m in 18 months. He has been backed phenomenally in the transfer market, like no other manager we've had IMO, and we are perhaps now starting to see some of the rewards of that (hopefully, as still very early days).
  4. LJ's style of play...

    Would agree with that. Was interesting to see in the final 10 or so minutes Korey Smith being pretty much the furthest man forward tasked with closing down the ball, whereas Reid was sat in front of the back 4. It was like they had reversed roles but was obviously a deliberate tactic.
  5. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    I think I'm right in saying they've only ever finished above us about 11 times in their entire history of 130 + years.
  6. Boxing

    Yep unbeaten fighter who looked a class above everyone he fought. Another great 'defensive' boxer. Loss to the game for sure.
  7. CSF book (Merged)

    Still is a fearful place. How many pubs around the ground do you see away fans take over and drink in? Er none. Compare that to where City go. Funnily enough I think the only teams in recent memory whose 'lads' have actually got a drink on N Street are Bolton, Barnsley and Rotherham .
  8. CSF book (Merged)

    Hope you enjoy your free copy @CyderInACan !!
  9. Palace at Home

    Of course! Anything to water down the importance of the domestic cups and give more power/importance to The Premier League and The Champions League.
  10. Palace at Home

    I asked this on another thread and the answer is no. Only way to qualify for Europe through this competition is by winning it!
  11. Palace at Home

    Oh they will play a second string without a doubt IMO. This game is sandwiched between two Premier League fixtures that they will feel they can take points from, particularly the home game 4 days after our game versus West Ham. Hodgson will also be aware that all the big boys are left in the competition and so it is very unlikely Palace will win it. Same as Stoke on Tuesday, they won't 'want' to progress as much as we will IMO. I'm actually pretty confident of a win. Play like we did Tuesday and we'll progress. Is there second string even likely to be that much better than our on paper? Doubtful.
  12. Europa League, you may laugh....

    In terms of actually reaching Europe, is there a scenario in which we could reach the final and qualify for the Europa League if the competition was won by say Man U who would obviously qualify for the Champions League through the Prem?
  13. Europa League, you may laugh....

    Fielding (£200k), Pack (£100k) and Flint (£300k) were the only players SOD paid money for. All double winners and now established Championship players. I make that a 100% success rate!
  14. Palace at Home

    We beat them at AG a few years back in the EFL Cup under O'Shizzle when we were in L1 and they were Prem, so this game should be a piece of piss.
  15. Palace at Home

    This is our best chance of reaching the QF's of this competition since last season.
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