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  1. With all the shit of this year and some of the posts on this forum of late - this is a nice post and exactley how I feel.
  2. I think you right on Cook, Neil, Warburton - I would be happy with any of these. My choice would be Warburton.
  3. 5500 I think for seating. Standing was before my time but must have been 8000 +.
  4. No - must have much more than that. Seating was was 5,000 +.
  5. Yep - people have short memories. Prior to redevelopment it was common to read on here that it was a crap stand for atmosphere because of poor acoustics. Simply not true and away followings have proved this over the years making some good noise.
  6. Jeremy Corbyn with Dianne Abbot in a coaching capacity
  7. Agree on the Warburtons or Robin's - would be happy with either.
  8. I think your right - I can't see him or Souness lasting much longer as pundits which is a real shame. Football and society in general are full of sensitive souls who will class both as "bullies", "dinosaurs" etc and Sky will inevitably move on to appease the do-gooders. Keane was absolutly spot on in his assesment of Shaw, De Gea and Maquire - £80 million wasted on a supposed leader, organiser, ball playing defender - absolute dog shite. We as fans demand the basics from professional players - commitment, fitness, determination, a basic level of intelligence, positive body lang
  9. All the development I listed yes - but there is a masterplan for all of St Philip's where Marv is banking on shed load of new homes - this the next logical area. There's a bit online about this area with some saying has potential to be "Bristol's Kings Cross" .
  10. Big plans to redevelop large areas of St Philips though. After the University Campus, Arena Island, Silverthorne Lane developments the whole area will look very different. Will be interesting to see how the stadium will be financed and how the planning application progresses - long way to go yet.
  11. City37

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    Yep - all true .. and all LJ signings. He has to make this work and quickly.
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