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City Rocker

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City Rocker last won the day on October 14 2019

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  1. Fair enough, maybe you're right. But the bits I saw, I thought Stanley seemed genuinely enthusiastic rather than toeing the party line.
  2. Yeah, f'kin jitters. We are the Mods!
  3. Maybe he's just being honest and calling it as he sees it. Do we expect criticism of at all times, or is a bit of positivity a good way to go? I think it is.
  4. Nah he'd get crucified. * tries to come up with an oh-so-amusing pun about crosses *
  5. Moore has no record, he took over from Pardew when West Brom were at rock bottom in the PL. Interestingly though, WBA sacked him when they were fourth in the Championship, which I thought was insane. A mate who is a baggies fan explained that he was taking them downwards, he never learned from his mistakes, was tactically clueless and his only strategy was to score goals. Sounds promising then!
  6. Often the way though isn't it? When West Brom sacked Darren Moore I couldn't believe it, I think they were in the top 6 at the time. Yet my Albion supporting pal said he was relieved and 'you don't have to watch this shite every week'!
  7. Thanks for all your hard work and passion Lee. And very best wishes for your future in the game. Top man.
  8. Got to admit it's getting better. Thanks for the positive earworm! Not according to Steve himself, who said on Radio Bristol a couple of years back that he's 'a football man, not a rugby man' or words to that effect. Basically admitted that while he loves the rugby he doesn't understand it as well as football, which he's been watching all his life.
  9. What are you on about?! Think you'll find they're in session with Marc Riley tomorrow evening.
  10. I've enjoyed living here in Happy Clappy on Severn for a number of years, it's a beautiful place. Unfortunately it looks like I may have to move to temporary accommodation somewhere a little more ugly, disenchanting and cynical for a while. Hopefully I'll be back soon though.
  11. I believe Ashton Gate stadium is owned by Bristol City Holdings Ltd which, along with the various other companies in the group, is ultimately owned by Steve and Maggie via Pula Sport Limited. No problemo. I think most clubs have restructured in this sort of way in modern times. Which is very different from, say, a Coventry City situation where they sold their stadium and then rented a new one from a third party, which was absolutely ruinous for them.
  12. I have the same error message. Using Chrome. What do we think is the best route to resolve this, email supporter services?
  13. Superb! What a great thing to do
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