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  1. Clearly this is not the same as pit closures in terms of magnitude, just an example. This gathering would only attract a few hundred tops. Not like thousands after a game. You can't not stand for what you believe in just because there is 'heat' at the moment. And again, not as important as blocking the police powers bill, but still worth making some noise about. Okay...your choice I'm not advocating 51%, it has its flaws for sure, but some representation...I'm 100% for that
  2. Hmmm, guess it's a no then. I'll be honest and say I'm disappointed. This isn't about Manchester United or Bristol City. Our game has been eroding every year for decades. Ticket prices going up, fan engagement down, less atmosphere, journeymen players, agents, clubs like Bury and Orient going to the wall and now the ESL. I love Bristol City, but I love football more. If we don't protect football, we lose Bristol City. Football needs to be returned to what it should be. A saturday afternoon's cheap entertainment for the masses to help distress and vent after a week of work. It should not
  3. If anyone has remotely followed my ramblings on here, you'll know that I'm not the biggest fan of the way Bristol City is run. This is to the extent that I have not attended a match since Ipswich at home in March 2018. Now I've had many discussions with people over the last few years about my own views, but I understand I'm in a minority. However in the last few weeks we have seen, with the ESL proposals, that football is simply not safe in the hands of majority shareholders. Some of these owners, like those at Leicester City, seem to have their communities at heart. Others, like the Glaz
  4. Got sucked into Jones to the 49ers like everyone else. Lance is a great pick for San Fran. Surprised by the Broncos skipping on Fields, Chicago have done well there. Bengals made the right choice imo. Sewell is a beast but OL can still be found in later rounds. Rodgers must be browsing on rightmove about now
  5. Extra rare given we finished 7th in 2002
  6. My Mock Draft Top 10 1. Jaguars: Tevor Lawrence- Easy 2. Jets: Zac Wilson- Seems to be their choice, personally I think he's the fourth best of the five with poor results against good college teams 3. 49ers: Mac Jones- Lowest risk QB other than Lawrence. He'll have a decent career, but won't be anything special. 4. Atlanta: Kyle Pitts- Best non-QB, as moving on from Ryan will be expensive, and risky. 5. Bengals: Penai Souel?- Massacred the name, but a beast of a man to protect Burrows. 6. Miami: Jamar Chase- Best avaliable weapon to aid Tua. 7. Lions: Devonte
  7. Could have Hannover, Hamburg, Nurnberg, Schalke, Koln and Hertha in Bundesliga 2 next season. Some huge clubs there
  8. I think what we take for granted is the speed of the professional game that we're not used to. Pros hit the ball harder at each other because they have to move the ball quickly. They are also faster to come under pressure and need to take a perfect touch everytime, as a good touch may not be good enough. Put them in a downs league team and they'd all look like they've got the first touch of Messi.
  9. 51% Rule should be pushed for. No surprise that the Germans haven't joined because their fans would revolt
  10. Browns have done good work on the secondary. Arguably the best squad in the Afc north. Mac Jones is the interesting one. How good is he and will SF take him?
  11. If it goes ahead, all should be kicked out of their domestic leagues, with the leagues leaving space to allow Phoenix clubs to take their place. All players should be banned from international competition until further notice
  12. There are issues with our fans for sure, mainly apathy, but MA and SL are slime bags who need a serious rethink about how they run our club, or a taxi.
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