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City Rocker last won the day on October 14 2019

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  1. Oh, please. That's where I live, it's a nice neighbourhood, decent people. Most of the time.
  2. For a very brief time I myself watched City and Rovers alternately. When I was a young lad in the mid-70s my mate's old man, who just liked to watch football and was not at all partisan, started taking us to whichever Bristol side was at home each Saturday. For me at the time this was quite an eye-opener. Even then The Gap was huge and obvious. Everything about City was far superior, the quality of the football, the stadium, the size of the crowds, the atmosphere. Fair to say my colours were nailed to the mast almost immediately, and within a few weeks I started becoming strangely 'u
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    A friend of mine is a West Brom fan, so when Brunt signed I asked his opinion. When talking about Brunt as a potential LB (not CB) he told me: "Definitely not a LB, he’s not defensively minded and gets caught out. When we signed him I always saw him as a winger and because of his crossing, which is excellent, that’s always where I’d play him."
  4. So this was about eight years ago now but the firm mentioned above charged a pre-agreed fixed sum for the initial survey, drawing up plans and submission of planning and building regs applications. For a circa £80K build project this fee came to around £2,500. Their general hourly rate for additional work at that time was £40 and for periodic progress visits to site during the build was £144 per visit. Like I say, that's eight years ago though.
  5. Richard Muxworthy of Bristol Design and Architecture did a really good job for me. I'm not going to recommend the builders I used for the project though.
  6. I actually thought Gary Probert was really insightful throughout. But yeah that 'winning goal' comment had me screaming at the telly and so nervous for the last ten minutes. What the actual **** was that guy thinking?! and is he not familiar with the term 'commentator's curse'?
  7. Yep, really impressive. Could be like the proverbial new signing.
  8. Gutted at this, Toots is a true inspiration. I had tickets to see him play the Academy in May. Another Covid death, sadly
  9. Yep, in them days if you made a rudimentary spelling error we'd slice yer balls off. And, as you say, rightly so. Of course these days that kind of retribution is frowned upon, sadly. 'kin snowflakes!
  10. Well although I was at that match, I have no recollection at all of Morgan's goal (drink had been taken) but still I agree with you, one of the best goals ever!
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