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  1. That was the criteria set for management team at the start of the season. If he makes the play offs (massive if and I don't think they will) it wont change anything. New manager is incoming. He of course will book a special place in history and our hearts, but this is after all Bristol City... Generally miracles are reserved for other teams. We ain't in it for the glory.
  2. I was going to post, but you saved me a job. You have summed this up nicely, very eloquently constructed and much better than I could have done. Bravo. I was firmly in the CH camp, but the more I think about SG the more upside I see. If a club like Rangers can gamble on SG then I see no reason we could not. Question. Does the compensation necessary to bring him and pay off LJ effect FFP. I am assuming it does.
  3. Don't get that at all. They can't jump on a coach and get home to Stoke... Like what fans do!
  4. Coz that's super important and great indicator of a players loyalty... Smh
  5. Said it on multiple threads. Covid/Post Covid a two year deal might be best all round. He gets stability in an uncertain world. We get the most improved player who is more mobile and fitter than he has ever been. Knows where the back of the net is, beast defending corners and set pieces. Pay him a big raise and we no longer need to try and replace him.... Which I think will be tough.
  6. You need fit and mobile players to play 3-5-2. Wing backs need big engines. Hunt is a purpose built for 3-5-2. If memory serves Joe Bryan was just becoming a regular and Hunt is a big upgrade on Mark Little. Also I think because SC inflexibility meant other teams could match up with us and I remember our midfield getting bullied at times.
  7. Nah... Not getting carried away with anything. Even if we got close we would out Bristol City ourselves :laugh:. It's good to see on pitch improvement. Let's all take heart from that... Playoffs? Not happening.
  8. Simply really. Picked the right side for the right formation. Didn't get into a tactical battle with Warnock. These players played with freedom, uncumbered from systems and complicated tactics. Guaranteed LJ would have setup 4-3-3 then changed the whole system when he witnessed the first long throw in. DH deserves all the praise. Finally got these players to play. It was very enjoyable.
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    Warnock

    Magnussons' throw ins were great option. However, we didn't build a game plan around them.
  10. Was a rather nice baby Beaucastel.
  11. He deal expires next year. I said in another thread, he is by far the most improved player in our team. Call ups for his country sees the guy ouzing in confidence. In Covid/Post Covid world. It might be better for all concerned that he sign a two year extension. Keeps him here for 3 year's. He gets stability, a club that loves him. We get a mobile forward, who defends like a beast, and knows where the back of the net is. That's good business. He deal expires next year. I said in another thread, he is by far the most improved player in our team. Call ups for his country sees
  12. His toy, 4 years on from when he hired LJ is bigger, better and stronger. Who ever handles it will need to get it into the big time. I can't remember a time where by City's next appointments sole agenda was PL football. It usually starts with survival and steadying the ship. A massive rebuild and reboot. That's when SL gets nervous and perhaps overbearing... Can't say I blame him. For this reason, it's not about looking over his shoulder at the trap door (intrusion) it's more about that jump to the next level (less intrusion). Either way the next appointment will
  13. Small request. Can we not put scores in the title. Expats around the world don't often watch live. Was gonna watch this one with a nice glass of Cote du Rhone tonight.
  14. They guy is quality. On his game he one of the best midfielders in the division. Like you say, called up by Hungry twice unfit and came back really really unfit. So early in the season, it's like he has to start all over again. That catch up is really hard. I think we can all agree we have seen glimpses of what he can achieve. I don't think I like a sight more on a football pitch, of a confident CM player demanding the ball constantly and dictating play. Perhaps we have our on Barry Bannan. Time will tell. Stevo
  15. Tbf... I choose Szmodics because Harry offered it. It probably makes my statement even stronger. I really hope that Morrell Szmodics and Walsh give the next manager a serious headache in selection. Afterall it's what every City fan wants to see. But I think it's a bit of a stretch to try and build your midfield around 3 untested players at this level. Just my opinion of course. I actually really wanted to see Tommy Rowe play just in front of the back 3/4. I reckon he could do a job there. It would then give Nagy that license to play a little further up the pitch. It's a
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