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  1. New Crest

    Or a former Soviet block country
  2. City - Crude, Aggressive, basic

    6 minutes highlights for those who missed the game https://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/highlights-bristol-city-1-1-fulham/
  3. Magnússon's long throw

    Okay, it is a great weapon to have in your arsenal but do we over use it ? The opposition know what's coming and I feel that we need to maybe take advantage of what happened a couple of times last night... what was that you ask ? The opposition switching off and sauntering back to their box to take up defensive positions. On a couple of occasions a quick throw would have had us with 3 v 3 deep in their half/outside the box whilst Fulham players were strolling back having a fag and chat. Have we become to rely on the long throw in to much and fail to see other potential better options . Are we programmed in a rigid "mags is on, their half, long throw into the box" mentality.... maybe we should "think outside the box" sometimes
  4. City - Crude, Aggressive, basic

    Agree, it's nice to see the team has a little more "aggression" to their game, not sure we are Rugby like though - unless of course we mixed up our training with Bristol Rugby, maybe their opponents will comment on the amount of kicking and trying to put the ball between the posts when they next play.
  5. Seeing us comment on Cardiff in threads, and of course the posts re our game yesterday where we mostly though we played well and earned a good point, and could have gotten 3 - it is interesting to see what Fulham coach and fans thought. It's like we were all watching 2 different games. http://www.fulhamfc.com/news/2018/february/21/head-coach-reaction-bristol-city “We faced a different kind of football game, it was a great battle,” Jokanović stated. “They were really solid, strong, bordering on the limit. “In my opinion it was sometimes over the border of the limit but that was not the opinion of the referee. I must respect this. “Sometimes I was a little bit confused about the rules, what is a foul and what is not. “In some moments it was like a kind of rugby game; so many pushes, so many situations where I was a little bit confused about what the limits were in this battle, and what is over the limit.” “In the end I cannot complain, all credit to Bristol City, they play a different way to us, and both teams were close to winning three points; us with our weapons, them with their little bit different weapons Fulham fans opinion - "Their weapons being fouling and trying to throw the ball into the net. Snore" "I think our Head Coach has mastered the use of the English Language beautifully. His comments have made my day - sums up the game perfectly and everyone is in no doubt that he is saying that Bristol City were thugs and the officials were out of their depth" "Just got back - their football was crude aggressive and basic But we couldn’t play against it They just stopped us playing our fluid game Hope we don’t meet them in the playoffs" "Cardiff play the same thuggish way. One of their players said that when teams see our size & the robust tactics we employ they are afraid to play us. That is not football of any kind in my eyes. There is no need to crack an egg shell with a sledge hammer."
  6. Denis Odoi

    a few times during the game when we had a period of ascendancy/control one of their players went down for a 1-3 minutes completely taking the steam out of our play. I am not sure how many of the main 4 "injuries" were genuine, but most looked like soft / feigned injuries allowing them to regain composure.
  7. Diony

    That was a certain goal if left for Paterson - did Paterson not call for it, it was landing at his feet and would have been a easy volley / shot into a empty net - instead Famara jumps, plucks a awkward ball from the air that he could not really control with a defender on him, and the keeper in front. Really wasteful of a great cross (one of very few quality ones that actually had a target picked out all night).
  8. Diony

    Still would have liked to see Engvall get some game time, but seems he's on his way out. Let's hope Diony can show us something, always exciting to get a shiny unwrapped goalscorer.
  9. Bryan Dropped

    Pretty sure LJ did not pick the team based on OTIB ramblings. So if you want to point the finger at scapegoating then surely you are blaming LJ of it !?
  10. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    because there will be clauses in the contract including wage increase, renumeration etc - so if you want you % increase each year, or a larger win bonus, position bonus for the next 2-3 years you sign the contract. You get offered extensions if your doing well, you get as much as you can whilst your stock is high. But in those contracts will be clauses on what happens if either party wishes to part ways, that is what the club will give the manager if they bin him, or compensation that your next club pay your current if they poach you.
  11. Don't sack Lee Johnson

    care to show us - think even with the recent dip in performances most people think he has done a good job and we have had a great season.
  12. Bakinson

    but the club had said they did not plan for a promotion push, if it happens it happens but they are keeping to their plan, so any plans for the squad / youngsters will not have been tailored to whether we had a promotion push. So irrelevant concerning what is / not happening with Bakinsons development.
  13. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Kind of a nothing interview - kind of suggesting things were happening when there was nothing really. Still no stadium news, just somethings happening in the background (same as the last X years) Bought a training ground - um no you bought some fields and pitch, still no training ground being built there or plans. DC 5 year contract - again old news and meaningless, as the club can get rid of him whenever they want, or he can leave whenever he wants and both parties will get their 1 year compensation as per most of these types of contract. They might as well have announced they gave him a 100 year contract, would mean the same. Development team, same old bringing the squad numbers back up after shedding players over the years due to costs. Back room staff, same old, bringing them back up to normal numbers after shedding staff over the years due to costs. DC got the players he wanted. Hmmm I suspect he would have liked more / better but had to settle, or was what we saw really the pinnacle of his teams transfer policy/targets. just treading water, I imagine the Rovers fans will lap up the old rehashed news as "Amazeballs" but it's just nothing.
  14. Why even change the title

    btw the acast link is for the previous podcast nott he newest.
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