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  1. This post should be pinned. I hope that everyone understands or can appreciate the enornity of this gesture & a transaction that will help to stabilise the club for a long time, moving forward. All hail, Steve! I always thought that Bristol Rugby paid Bristol City Holdings, 2 million for the use of Ashton Gate. Is that right?
  2. Asked the programme seller about this and they said that the printers didn't get them out in time for the Swansea match. They expect that they will be included with the Reading programmes instead. But, yes, the official site did say that they were available last weekend.
  3. Perhaps we need to look at this a little differently then? We all know exactly how much we all pay for a TV licence fee each month, so perhaps the end credits of every broadcast on TV or radio should clearly announce the total cost of their production?
  4. GL has had his time. Offer the new going rate for a very average presenter or get new blood in. After contract ends its his choice to walk or take reasonable pay so its up to him then. I expect one of those Middle Eastern Channels will pay him more. How many people still actually watch MOTD live on BBC1 or rewatch on iPlayer now? Their audience must be dwindling, surely so BBC have got to justify those £'s it's paying out. Love to see the viewing figures! Does anyone out there have them?
  5. This chap seems to think that it's pronounced with an A and not a Y, but what does he know?!
  6. Haven't you heard? The old player & new formation tombola is out The new player & new formation tombola is in Keep up!
  7. Even if Marlon only stood in as a back up to our defensive midfielders this season, it should have been with us and not with bluddy Cardiff. This sale makes no sense at all. We would not get a comparable replacement for the 700k, so you keep this type of player in your own squad. Cardiff are laughing their arses off at us!! Bad move
  8. Baker's great when he is dominating his opponent in a confident back-two, but can go down cheaply and unconvincingly when he is out-thought, out-manouvered or out-muscled by a better player and then he feigns injury. Just saying what i've seen so far! It's so frustrating.
  9. Hmmm, well i'm going to make a crazy prediction! Korey Smith's return could become the highlight of our season!
  10. I hope that this is the case, as he will be integral to the squad if we are to have a successful season. AV have enough of our old players already. No deal!
  11. I think that there are a couple of other things to contemplate. Adam Webster is still improving and Aston Villa are hoping to get him now 'on the cheap', whereas another great season with us could see his value increase and much bigger fish come looking next season. The other, more depressing scenario would see the player pushing for a move now ... and then we have to negotiate the best deal for Bristol City today. It surely, still has to be 20+ million minimum (including player achievement targets) in that instance?
  12. Always good to have a nice villain available for the chat... good luck next season!
  13. Ohhh, ive been a plonker and posted this on a rival site... Look. We do not need to sell Webster. We are backed by huge financial resources, due to the owner being the Lansdown family. We do not want to sell. He was voted as the best player of the year at BCFC. He is integral in the development of our young side. Ipswich would take a huge chunk of profit made on Webster, which would mean replacing him, would become too expensive for what we would get from a sale. He is a big hit with the fans and there is absolutely no BCFC supporter that want him to leave. A huge/absurd offer would need to arrive at the BCFC office, before a sale is even considered.
  14. So easy to overlook Josh Brownhill for the young player award. He has improved so much in the last year and cemented his position in midfield, looking to have experience beyond his age. So, he has my vote for that one. Otherwise... POTY = Adam Webster YPOTY = Josh Brownhill Champers moment = Andi Weiman's hat-trick away at Sheffield Utd
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