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Robin101

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  1. Have we under estimated LJ ?

    Well I remember being at that Barnsley game and turning to my friend saying "how on earth are we 6th in the league". We were utterly uninspiring. The more promising aspect of that table is other than us and Birmingham all those teams managed to stick in and around the top 6.
  2. Could we get over one thousand Bristol City fans to Norwich?

    Remember that a lot of our fans are from Somerset and further west/south than Bristol. The rail links are crap, and any Away days (bar the very few west of Bristol) are likely to add around another hour round trip to an already long journey from Bristol.
  3. League Cup - City v Stoke (Merged)

    Looking forward to tonight. Not expecting us to progress, especially if we rest some players, but think we'll give them a good game. Its nice going to games where you don't feel the need to win at all costs and can just enjoy it. Cup games and pre-season games are a bit more relaxing.
  4. Will it happen again?

    Agreed. He's been a revelation.
  5. Can only imagine the thinking is Leko doesn't have the experience to see a game out yet. Has he been giving Derby nightmares?
  6. Are we in the game? I've just been following on BBC.
  7. A win would top off an absolutely tremendous little run. Another very tough game. Concerned that they will be fresher than us, but think we can get something from the game. A point would not be disastrous, but I fancy us to nick it!
  8. FC Koln @ Arsenal

    Do people only go to away games because the opposition fans are viewed as soft these days...?
  9. Hmm, whilst I agree with the sentiment... If you add Millwall in (play off winners and so, statistically, the 3rd best of the promoted sides) and take out Rotherham (the worst championship side last season) then it's a 0-0 home draw replacing a 1-0 win. Thus, it would be 10 points this season to last years 9. Of course, there's a good chance Millwall won't be the championships worst team this season. I do think we look much more solid this time around. Based on the season so far I'd say we deserve to be 12th, possibly more like 10th if considering we have played more away games. Whereas I recall being utterly bemused at our high position this time last year.
  10. Boom boom boom........

    Or to slightly tweak it... Boom Boom Boom... Jonathan Leko, Leko.
  11. Added to that the fact we haven't won at molineux since the 1930s or something and one could say we're due a win tonight then.
  12. Wolves away

    Would take a draw. That would keep us ticking over and make us 5 unbeaten in all competitions. Solid.
  13. Four years...Do we miss the Bristol derby?

    As a relatively young city fan (early twenties) there's definitely a teeny part of me that wants rovers to be promoted and compete with us in the championship. Beating your rivals is what football's all about. Since I've been watching city (around 2004), rovers have failed to rival us in any sense. Sure, I pretend Cardiff are our rivals. But I don't know a single Cardiff fan, and I've only ever been to Cardiff a handful of times! Same with Swindon. So I definitely feel I'm missing out on something with Rovers being so endlessly in our shadow.
  14. League Cup - City v Stoke (Merged)

    Decent draw. Read on the BBC page that Mark Hughes made it very clear in his programme notes Stoke were in this competition to win it. So expect a strong side.
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