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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. 22A

    Owls v Robins

    No "official match day thread yet", so here's an unofficial one. On page 2, most of their fans are prophesising a 2-0 or 3-1 home win today. https://www.owlstalk.co.uk/forums/topic/282211-wednesday-v-bristol-city-omdt/
  2. Head in the sand time in a discussion about not filing the accounts. http://gaschat.co.uk/thread/14244/accounts Anyone else worried that our accounts haven't been published yet? Couldn’t care less about our accounts or city! As above, I couldn’t care less about the accounts. I find it amazing people get so worked up about every single detail, related to the subject. Especially when working off of assumption, rumour, hearsay or agenda driven garbage.
  3. If City make, or just miss out on the P/Os, then this Summer will see some in and some (hopefully better) in. If City make and then win the P/Os, it's major decision time. Option 1; throw cheques like confetti and ring in a dozen top rate players. Option 2; a just 2 or 3 choice signings, get relegated, but pick up the Prem cash and use that to create a much stronger squad so next time we'd stay up.
  4. This is my fiftieth season of supporting City. Anyone else my age feel free to correct if my memory is slipping. John Galley took over when Millwall crocked Mike Gibson at AG. Brian (the cat) Tinnion took over during an away game and I think there may have been a third game where one of our outfielders took over. If correct that's just three time in fifty years.
  5. Nothing changes. Alan Dicks had been Manager for over a year before he saw City score a penalty. A few years later Geoff Merrick was asked by the EP why he though City were awarded only four penalties all season. He suggested it was because City didn't attack as much as other teams, especially in away games. In the 2014-15 promotion season, we scored 96 goals, how many of them were pens? I don't recall too many from the glorious 75-76 season either?
  6. OK, let's be magnanimous; well done Rovers you've managed to stay up. Three questions though. Is staying up an achievement to be satisfied with? Will your two top scorers still be here in August? Do you still claim to be coming for City?
  7. Makes our draws against Ipswich, Wigan & Reading etc seem reasonable.
  8. I'm stuck at home watching SSN. As goals have gone in we've gone live to The Den and the Kassam Stadium, but not even a mention of the goals at AG, just a change to the text on the yellow ribbon at the foot of the screen. Edit; as the game enters it's 88th minute, they now show us Josh's equaliser.
  9. As it's Easter, a message from the bible; "Remove the plank from your own eye; then you'll see better to remove the splinter from your neighbour's eye"! Put more colloquially; Dear pot, thanks for your consideration, love kettle".
  10. Wow! Their fans not only predict the score, but also the times when the goals go in and the scorers. http://hobnob.royals.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=185857&sid=6d32a910b525f7f4eac0b1356b0fb875
  11. Branching out; Trevor Tainton's son played rugby for Bristol.
  12. It's not funny at all; just the natural way of things!
  13. It's still possible (P/Os permitting).
  14. 22A

    Fammy

    Random stat; Famara Diédhiou has scored for us this season at at all three of the West Midlands grounds; The Hawthorns, St Andrew's and now Villa Park.
  15. From the WBA forum; He should've thrown the turd onto the pitch to join the other eleven. It would've defended no worse than Bartley.
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