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  1. I like , sporcle, has quizzes on just about everything, if you put Bristol City in to the search bit there is a great memory test of all our starting elevens over the last twenty years or so.
  2. The NHS have just taken over Brighton’s ground, The Amex, to use as an emergency hospital. If other areas throughout the UK use local football stadia, can not see this season finishing. Ashton Gate with it’s modern meeting/ function rooms and concourses might be an option in Bristol?
  3. Bentley Hunt. Williams. Baker. DaSilva Massengo Palmer Smith Elliasson Fam Wells With Kalas Nagy to pop in
  4. His strength is his crosses from wide positions, placing him more centrally reduces that threat
  5. I don't think we will go three at the back now that we have let Bailey Wright go. Unless another CB is coming in we only have Kalas, Baker (both of which have injury history) , Williams (who is 35) and Moore. Bailey being allowed to depart i think signals that it is a back four till the end of the season.
  6. Bet your fun to go out with on a Friday night, its a punt at success, its backing the manager, the squad and a fantastic (hopefully) present to us the fans. Cheer up, it might just happen
  7. Or he is what we need to win promotion, life's a risk, thats the fun bit
  8. You do realise that football is a business? It's what business is supposed to do
  9. Don't think he's a drinker, so maybe the fresh air of Bristol beckons........
  10. As with Aston Villa and our Joe, it is not just us, it is what happens in the bonkers football market The good news is that all the ifs and maybes will be sorted one way or the other this week, so just a little more patience needed...................plus six points from Reading and QPR
  11. Your comments are fine, not a problem, . This is a game i did, not wish to miss out on ( i'm a member and have already missed out on Luton and Fulham) as i have to be in London that evening for a family doo. To go to London when City are playing there and not get a ticket , would have been seriously annoying
  12. Iv'e got upper tier tickets, so this is annoying, i would much prefer bottom tier, worth blagging it at the gate?
  13. Got mine in the club shop on the square at the top of Las Ramblas, easy to do. Watch out for the pickpockets, there is a plague of them there
  14. Well i'm off to the match, where i will shout and sing to encourage my team, and cheer City on to victory. As to the armchair miserable git brigade quoted in the earlier replies, ..........i'm not bothered COYRs Only two points off the Play Offs, living the dream
  15. Second set of ten games brings in eighteen points (17 for the first 10) , very close to two per game. Great start to the season, and imo other than WBA , Leeds and Fulham, there really is no one we should fear. Think we might enjoy 2020 CoURs
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