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  1. ptr6

    Mariappa

    A better acquisition than Ash Williams ?
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    Sam Bell

    Just looked up Mark Cooper - he didn’t. Joe and Andrew Jordan both played for City at Wembley in the final of the same competition - won’t be many family’s in football with that honour!
  3. ptr6

    Sam Bell

    How many other father/sons have represented the club at first team level ? Jordan, Cooper (?), Bell .....
  4. Watched it on Sky, then the reruns through out the night, hopping from bar to bar in San Antonio. Happy I will be .
  5. Sad news. As others say, a City legend. RIP Buster - you are part of the City story.
  6. My guess was either of the 88 play offs - Sheff Utd or Walsall.
  7. Any guesses for the game being played in the photo of the ‘old’ Ashton Gate ?
  8. 1. John Shaw. 2. Martin Scott. 3. Super Bob. 4. Tinman. 5. Mark Shail.
  9. Send out the U23’s. Can’t do any worse.
  10. Keep an eye out for my old team Risborough Rangers in Hellenic Div 1 east. Also in tier 6 and unbeaten this season.
  11. Good luck Josh. Will watch with interest your progress over the coming seasons.
  12. My first live professional football match. Spurs v West Ham 27-Dec-1971 (5 years old). A game that included Martin Peters. RIP.
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