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About 22A

  • 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. That sounds like the coverage from a dictatorship. With several clubs based in the capital of North Korea, I wonder what this team's local coverage is like? Do their rivals refer to them as the 56ers? Club Information › Pyongyang City Home Colour Red Away Colour Club Information › Pyongyang City Share Pyongyang City Squad Edit It is not currently possible to upload image. This is due to the current photo being uploaded recently. You must wait at least 30 days in between new photo uploads. Report Image Home Colour Red Away Colour
  2. And still some people on here want a different manager.
  3. That explains the low attendances then. 40,000 volunteers and just 6,000 so thick, they still pay to get in.
  4. That safe standing area appeared to work with no problems. So pleasing to an old 'un to see fans on a terrace and not sitting in neat rows.
  5. Correct. We might want to see the World Club Champions at AG, but would we want to see City beaten both easily and heavily on national TV? Financially we missed out on £135,000 for not winning the third round tie. Now we have missed out on both gate & TV income from this fourth round tie. Perhaps this could have added up to £500,000; enough for some wages if not a transfer fee?
  6. And don't forget to wear your City shirt!
  7. At least we're not sponsored by Eastville Gas Works.
  8. Of course after defeats to Arsenal, Spurs, Chelsea and the big clubs from the North West, this forum would be full of Johnson out posts. A few years back Derby just made it into the play offs and then won them. Their manager was hailed as a hero. As soon as repeated defeats occurred though, he was out.
  9. About fifteen years ago someone posed the question on here "Do you want City in the Prem". The majority posted saying they'd be quite happy for City to be a strong Championship team with a good cup every few years. Then we reached that P/O final and the then members of this forum seemed to change their minds to "We could do this, let's go for it". Going further back when football was more even, in 1976 I wasn't scared, I was excited.
  10. I feel sorry for the travelling Barnsley fans this evening. Traditionally their local rivals are Rotherham, so not only is it a long drive home from a defeat, but just to rub it in, Rotherham had a 3-0 win today.
  11. Don't let the gasheads know there's free goodies if only one turns up!
  12. Remember the Anglo Italian Cup? City's game at Cremenese was on a mid week afternoon.
  13. In the early 1980's when the club needed cash there & then, City offered a ten year season ticket for £500. (Yes, five hundred). Not too many fans took up the offer though as there may not be a club in ten months, let alone ten years time.
  14. I was not at Shrewsbury, so followed the game on the text commentary. It was littered with "Shrewsbury commit a foul" or "City awarded a free kick". Was the referee being over zealous or was it Shrewsbury's plan to play it rough and knock us off our stride? If so it worked and now our Championship rivals will know it too.
  15. I mentioned to a Liverpool fan that last time we met, there was a draw at AG followed by a City win at Anfield leading to the sack for Souness. This guy reckons even if City do beat the 'pool, they won't get rid of their current manager. He hopes we win though as Shrewsbury can be a tough place to go.
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