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  1. Don’t want to be too harsh on Pack because he’s been absolutely flogged this season, not least the previous month. He has had a huge part in getting us to this point. Same for Brownhill. But we do need some serious competition for them next season.
  2. It’s easy to forget that 6th place doesn’t equal promotion. On current form we’ve not got a hope in hell of winning the play offs even if we sneak in them.
  3. Big goal for Derby. We now have to beat them rather than draw with them.
  4. Aaaaaand that tops off a wonderful day. 1-0 Derby.
  5. Problem with going for it is we might lose heavily. Previous to today, as it stands, a draw in our game in hand would have taken us 6th. Now, we'd remain 7th.
  6. Oh come on. Our 9 month long season is culminating in a whimper.
  7. Full times. It is still in our hands.
  8. Would we take a Boro win and Derby loss? Given our game in hand... think I might.
  9. Middlesbrough winning already. Birmingham winning though!
  10. Well, 0-0 at the break not a disaster, but we need to find a winner. Think Reading look a little dangerous on the break. Is this a game made for Kasey Palmer?
  11. In the context of Bristol City seasons of the last 20 years, these last games of the season are about as big as they get, and Reading at home is about as ‘need to win’ as they get too. So, whilst our play-off hopes aren’t over should we not be victorious, it very much IS a must-win in my opinion.
  12. Play-off battle certainly took a twist against us today, but with five games to play the play-offs are still firmly in reach. How are we all feeling about our chances now? Personally, I thought that by the time we’d played Sheff U, Middlesbrough, WBA and Villa our playoff dream would be all but over. It’s absolutely not, and our run-in - whilst still very tough - isn’t looking as bad as it was. That said, I’m concerned Middlesbrough are finding form again, and Villa look all but there now. Derby are hit and miss, but if only we could put lower ranked teams to the sword at home like they do. For me, I wish I could vote yes, but I see us getting pipped by Boro. COYR!
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