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  • Birthday 28/12/1954

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    Bristol City FC, football in general, Bristol and England rugby, railways (hence 22A) and military aircraft.

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  1. Widening the scope of this thread, there was a race horse name "Hoof hearted". It becomes amusing when the commentator announced it.
  2. BR ran a soccer special for that game. A 12 coach train, it started at Avonmouth and called at all stations to Ashton Gate. Fans of both teams travelled together with no trouble. City v Rovers was the last tie to be called when the draw was made.
  3. Wrong area of the ground? Portman Road has only one area for disabled fans. My wheelchair bound brother lives in Ipswich and I took him in there. When City scored I cheered and stood up. He warned me to be quiet or we'd both be ejected as although it was a disabled area, visiting fans were allowed in, but not expected to celebrate.
  4. Burnley & Bournemouth both "small" clubs by Prem standards, but they've kept faith in the Managers and have survived.
  5. You mean they'll pay someone to take Rovers off their hands?
  6. 22A

    2019-20 FA CUP

    City 1 - Leeds 1 Leeds 0 - City 1 City 1 - Liverpool 1 Liverpool 0 - City 1.
  7. Have Rovers ever had anything to do with A Cheever?
  8. FW are not bottom of the Highland league. They were higher, but have fallen back to 16th. The bottom place is held by Lossiemouth. 16 9 1 0 8 9 32 -23 3 17 10 1 0 9 4 32 -28 3
  9. 22A

    2019-20 FA CUP

    http://www.thefa.com/competitions/thefacup/fixtures for the full draw.
  10. Bourton and team mate Keating were later transferred and in return City received a load of corrugated iron that became the cover at the East End! For a while it was known as the "Bourton-Keating Stand".
  11. 22A

    2019-20 FA CUP

    Now the others are in; only Weymouth (I know, pushing it for local) definitely through, loads of replays though. 22 Bristol Manor Farm FC 0 - 0 Wealdstone FC + 15:00 23 Kingstonian FC 1 - 1 Weston Super Mare FC + 15:00 27 Chippenham Town FC 3 - 3 Slough Town FC + 15:00 28 Salisbury FC 2 - 4 Margate FC
  12. My best experience? Rushden when we played them 2003/04 season. Driving up to the ground, two uniformed Stewards approached and asked if I was staying, or just dropping someone off. They thjen directed me to a large, free car park. This was lined tarmac, not loose gravel. Those Stewards stayed there throughout the game to ensure cars aren't stolen or vandalised. Walking up to the ground, the programme sellers and turnstile operators all said please & thank you. Inside the food & drink was all reasonably priced and te staff were interested in serving you. Further on in and showing a Steward my ticket, instead of saying "Up there mate", he'd direct people to their seats. After the game as we walked out we were able to chat & joke with them about how the game had gone. Back in the car park, those Stewards were now directing traffic to ensure everyone got away promptly.
  13. 22A

    2019-20 FA CUP

    http://www.thefa.com/competitions/thefacup/results not all results (BMF etc) through yet, but here's the first few affecting localish clubs. 15:00 7 Whitby Town FC 1 - 1 Gloucester City FC + 15:00 12 Tamworth FC 0 - 0 Hereford FC + 15:00 36 Billericay Town FC 4 - 2 Bath City FC + 15:00 38 Weymouth FC 4 - 1 St Albans City FC +
  14. Look on the Reading forum and most of their fans think City will win as well.
  15. A lot of them seen doubtful about any stadium still; http://gaschat.co.uk/thread/14794/fruit-market-consortium-thread-developments?page=167
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