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Peter O Hanraha-hanrahan

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  1. It doesn’t. The things we’ve ‘won’ are not important enough to overshadow their ridiculous belief that we are only 39 years old as a club. Im pretty sure I saw Rich shut a Gashead up on the Bristol.Live site the other day after they claimed we’ve only been around since 1982. It was quite glorious So funny when you see, literally, the only thing they have being taken from them.
  2. Remember last Summer when they were signing players like that Gillingham defender and getting all cocky about their chances this season? How did it go?
  3. Indeed. I wonder when we last had a season with so few draws? Undoubtedly the worst season in my 34 years of following City.
  4. Anxious. However the last time I was this concerned at the end of a season we were top of the Championship 7 months later having just beaten Man Utd so it shows what I know.
  5. After this shit season, uncertainty around Covid-19 and money being tight for a lot of people after the last 12 months.... If we’re only 2k down on last seasons sales at this stage I think that’s superb and once again shows who the real loyal supporters are in Bristol.
  6. Have we sold 10k already? On the back of this absolute dross we’ve been served up?
  7. My earliest memories of watching City were heated matches against Swindon and Cardiff. Even as a youngster I remember there was a vast difference between playing them and playing other teams. Both are rivals to us and both consider us rivals however, like us, they have another club they despise even more. The difference with our situation is that we rarely play the other team.
  8. Like I say, I’ve heard them at work and in the pub talking about how ******* massive they are Imagine what they come out with at half time up the Mem when they haven’t got Babestation to strum to?
  9. Imagine having barely average away support for L1 with 11 giants like Lincoln and Tranmere ahead of you, then trying to make out to everyone that you travel everywhere in huge numbers? Deluded weapons.
  10. Oh, there we go...it was in my OTIB ‘attachments’. You see this visiting Slagheads? This is called ‘facts’...it’s more reliable than your BULLSHIT.
  11. Spot on. I did have a screenshot of this fact from one of those ‘awaydays’ pages on Facebook which, annoyingly, I can’t find. I did however come across this beauty from a typically deluded Saghead. We all know at least one Gas roaster who thinks like this....
  12. I bet it was a riveting conversation. Mutants ”ere Joey we ******* loves you we do” Jailbird ”I’m going to take this club to the Championship” Mutants “Europe in foive yers mind” *sounds of furious snorting and grunting* Absolute throbbers.
  13. 1000-2000 for away matches? Thats about 4 times more than they were taking, on average, to away matches before Covid. They spout absolute bullshit. There’s only one Bristol club that average over a thousand for away games every season and it’s not the blue few.
  14. That’s not the job of the badge. As for Robins, Britain’s most loved bird I believe according to some recent poll. Not the most frightening of birds maybe but feisty and aren’t afraid to defend themselves against others.
  15. Always liked simple badges like Wolves, Derby’s ram, Sheffield Weds old owl badge, Leicester’s old fox badge (1980s) and Swansea. This current badge is our version, it’s not supposed to look lifelike. I think it’s great but would prefer it if they did away with the circle around the outside, it’s not needed and looks too much like Brentford’s.
  16. However, we do have superb facilities and a well respected manager. Probably pay pretty decent wages as well. Spending most of 2015/16 in the bottom 3 didn’t prevent us from signing Brownhill, Tomlin and Magnússon amongst others in the Summer as well as bringing in Abraham on loan.
  17. Probably the first time most of those on the pitch had experienced a derby win. ‘Other clubs fans’ are always great at taking the high horse until it’s their own team involved so I don’t really give a shit what they think. Im not condoning what happened. But let’s be honest, neither our fans on the pitch or the Sags in the Eastend looked like they could hit water if they fell out of a boat and the stewards present didn’t really have much to do apart from admire some top notch posturing from both sides. No need for SO’D to get his blonde syrup off.
  18. “What do we want?” ”PORN” ”When do we want it?” ”HALF TIME”
  19. Felt a bit grubby watching that, got through all the ‘passionate fanbase’ bollocks that the fragile, needy mutants lap up. Then I got to the ‘no other manager has ever won all four divisions and someone’s got to do it’ bit... and THEY called Johnson deluded?? So, as he said, he’s done the Championship (albeit as a player so he’s changing the rules already) that just leaves L2, L1 and...that’s right, The Premier League! Over to you Jaily.
  20. Really? Not in the interview I found yesterday on YouTube. He was asked what he thought of his first Bristol Derby and what he considered the key to our win and at the end he was asked if he thought we could potentially go all the way? The first time he even praised Rovers supporters who, in my opinion, had started the problems 15 minutes in when around 100 of them arrived with their Police protection they’d arranged for themselves and tried to start trouble with supporters in the Williams. Neither occasion was he asked about the crowd, but then maybe there’s another interview flo
  21. Not quite, we sold 15,000 STs in a 27,000 seat stadium, over half the overall capacity. The Gas can only dream of ever filling their tiny stadium let alone have 15,000 fans willing to pay for an ST.
  22. No one would expect him to condone it but he made a point of mentioning it, unprompted, several times before saying something w@nky like “you’d think we’ve been promoted to the Prem not qualified for the 2nd round of the JPT”. God forbid our fans should have something to cheer about after 12 months of watching complete dross, much of it under him.
  23. Two teams I really despise (apart from the obvious) are Derby and Sheffield Utd. For that reason I’d love to see Derby go down and Wednesday stay up.
  24. Fair comments. I remember it was such a depressing 12 months up to that point (9 of which with him in charge, although we were in the bottom 3 by the time he arrived) and didn’t improve much afterwards until the few games before his dismissal. He just seemed so distant from the fan base, it was really hard to like him, I’m sure he felt equally frustrated. Like I said, he was probably very good at his job but we were the wrong job at the wrong time IMO.
  25. Yes. What a shame he had to slag off the fans after the match. Almost as if he had no real concept of how important a derby game win, no matter what the competition is or what stage it’s at. Remember that we’d not long suffered the embarrassment of being, by FAR, the worst team in the Championship the season before. The bloke was probably quite talented in the right circumstances but I think he was a nob.
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