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ollywhyte

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  1. Is Clarke to Derby done? Got a feeling he will be coming here on loan otherwise
  2. Brother just text to say he's sat on table next to Jamie Paterson who is sat watching with a cider in Walkabout in Plymouth, no reaction to Tammys goal - said he doesn't look happy! His mate is cheering mind! Random story for the day
  3. Middlesbrough play some seriously shocking football, can see Reading getting something on Saturday for sure. 0-0 written all over it for me.
  4. Just arrived, what's best for away fans?
  5. Went Brownhill POTY, though appreciate Webby will likely win that Oleary for young player, hasn't let us down when called upon, seems the ultimate professional and can imagine it would mean a lot to him. Andi hat trick for champagne moment
  6. Same, but strangely delighted we are playing those around us... such a strange team we are!
  7. £385 up this month in 5 days, gonna call it a day till April I think, didn't actually want that £50 tonight
  8. Just put a tenner on Derby to win, desperately hoping to lose that!
  9. I can't help but feel the players have got caught up in the emotion and the undercurrent of tension around Ashton Gate to cement a top 6 finish. The momentum we built was on the back of fearless performances, full of bravery and no pressure. To me it's no surprise that we seemingly play better when in losing positions because we play without any pressure and thrive as the underdog. Our position now has naturally intensified the demand for performances from fans. The 'under the radar' momentum also seems to have disappeared and I'm now seeing LJ's face appear on more and more programs, new stories and blogs on social media. We need to take a step back from that national exposure and get back to playing with no fear. No fear of dropping out of that top 6, because comparitevely speaking, our net spend, squad strength and club size in comparison to those around us, it's clear we are overachieving. We have nothing to lose, and shouldn't get caught up in what is their to gain. It will either happen or it won't. The need for calm isn't just on the playing staff side either. I have seen some ridiculous posts on here and social media tonight. After the run we have been on, I think we can allow the lads a slip up. Just look at how many dropped points Derby have had recently. It's all about our response now. We have 13 league games remaining, 13 league games to get behind the lads and spur them onto victory. Nothing to lose and everything to gain. Lets give it a bleddy good go, one game at a time as one united club. No wild talk of play offs, if we play the way we know we can that will take care of itself. Relax, breath and enjoy the rollercoaster. Who knows where we may end up! I wouldn't have it any other way. Come on City!!
  10. True that, what a knob head I am either way get in
  11. ...have come from our last 9 league games Unbeliavable effort.
  12. Scored two against us in 2015 mind https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/34887964
  13. ollywhyte

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    Why didn't the free kick go in Had a fiver on us and Man United winning 3-1. £1,200 return
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