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  1. you can listen to it again here...from about 8 mins in..... https://talksport.com/radio/listen-again/1552024800/1552035600/
  2. Come on City fans - lets fill the away end in the land of the canaries Maybe we can get Steve Lansdown to record a rallying cry aka Delia style
  3. To be fair its taken our own fans quite a long time to realise just how good a team (and manager) we have become, so expecting other team's fans, especially in more lofty positions, to see it is a bit rich. The truth is Wolves were the first real quality team we have played and we put in a good show 2nd half. Put that together with the fact that our away form has generally been better than at Ashton Gate and if we can get our tactics right this Saturday we should give Norwich a good game. I am looking forward to it and hoping for quality game between two good sides.
  4. As a comparison, although Ashton Gate has a great and long history, its not quite the oldest in current use (top 2 divisions only)! Club Ground Capacity Date(1) Previous Ground Preston North End Deepdale 23,408 1878 Blackburn Rovers Ewood Park 31,367 1882 Burnley Turf Moor 21,944 1883 Ipswich Town Portman Road 30,300 1884 Wolverhampton Wanderers Molineux Stadium 32,050 1889 Sheffield United Bramall Lane 32,702 1889 Everton Goodison Park 39,221 1892 Liverpool Anfield 53,394 1892 Newcastle United St James Park 52,354 1892 Fulham Craven Cottage 25,700 1896 Aston Villa Villa Park 42,785 1897 Nottingham Forest City Ground 30,576 1898 Sheffield Wednesday Hillsborough 39,732 1899 West Bromwich Albion The Hawthorns 26,580 1900 Brentford Griffin Park 12,763 1904 Bristol City Ashton Gate 27,000 1904 Chelsea Stamford Bridge 40,853 1905 Birmingham City St Andrew's 30,106 1906 AFC Bournemouth Dean Court (Vitality Stadium) 11,329 1910 Manchester United Old Trafford 74,879 1910 Queens Park Rangers Loftus Road 18,360 1917 Leeds United Elland Road 37,900 1919 Watford Vicarage Road 20,400 1922 Crystal Palace Selhurst Park 26,074 1924 Norwich City Carrow Road 27,220 1935 Millwall The Den 20,146 1993 The (Old) Den Huddersfield Town The John Smith's Stadium 24,121 1994 Leeds Road Middlesborough Riverside Stadium 34,742 1995 Ayresome Park Bolton Wanderers University of Bolton Stadium 28,723 1997 Burnden Park Derby County Pride Park Stadium 33,597 1997 Baseball Ground Stoke City bet365 Stadium 30,089 1997 Victoria Ground Reading Madejski Stadium 24,200 1998 Elm Park Wigan Athletic DW Stadium 25,133 1999 Springfield Park Southampton St Mary's Stadium 32,384 2001 The Dell Leicester City King Power Stadium 32,273 2002 Filbert Street Hull City KCOM Stadium 25,404 2002 Boothferry Park Manchester City Etihad Stadium 55,107 2003 Maine Road Swansea City Liberty Stadium 21,088 2005 Vetch Field Arsenal Emirates Stadium 60,260 2006 Highbury Stadium Cardiff City Cardiff City Stadium 33,316 2009 Ninian Park Brighton & Hove Albion Amex Stadium (Falmer Stadium) 30,666 2011 Goldstone Ground Rotherham United New York Stadium 12,021 2012 Millmoor West Ham United London Stadium 60,000 2016 Boleyn Ground (Upton Park) Totenham Hostspur Totenham Hotspur Stadium 62,062 2019 White Hart Lane (1) Date built or date of first recognised use as football ground of current football club if later
  5. To the people who are not going you really don't need to fill up this topic with your reasons. It really is OK for you not to go but you just don't need to justify or debate just dont go. Let the rest of us go and enjoy our team take on the chance to play and test ourselves (yet again) against a higher standard of opposition in a competition full of history and prestige and one we could just a go little deeper into if we get behind our team and forget it is 1pm on a snoozy Sunday. There are really no reasons to be a negative City fan at this moment in time!
  6. 11 vs 11 website allows you to enter the date you want to look at... https://www.11v11.com/teams/bristol-city/tab/leagueTables/05-november-2018/
  7. Really interesting. Re-affirms the clubs policy in investing in youth and therefore sustainable growth of the club. Just compare us to the other teams in top 6 as apart from Norwich we are standing out head and shoulders above the rest. The futures bright the futures young (and orange)!
  8. Looks like Norwich fans are pretty miffed with the FA decision - as footy fans we should unite together and stop the FA hiding behind the curtains on important issues like this. https://forum.pinkun.com/index.php?/topic/122513-ot-mings-and-oliveira/&page=3
  9. ..so the FA on a technicality can't (don't want to) look into it any further! wow just WOW! This sort of behaviour wouldn't be tolerated at Sunday League level let alone the top processional divisions. At least in Sunday league he would probably get some of his own medicine back. The same FA who bans Diedhiou for 6 matches for the flimsiest of evidence into an alleged spitting incident. and they wonder why they have zero credibility.
  10. ...don't forget to include the 25 step-overs as well!
  11. Surely the One Show is just Pebble Mill at One with new sofas!
  12. 12% votes for Sanchez so far which has nothing to do with the goal (good pass but average goal) and everything to do with a Man U fan base voting for their own. Vote Eliasson because he is one of our own, it WAS a great goal and if he were to get the best goal accolade think what it would do for his ever increasing confidence!
  13. Never had a problem with chrome but did have to create a new BCFC account to link my old Bristol Sport login. Assume you have gone through the process of creating a new login through the main BCFC site (unless you had a City app login or BCTV login before)? Once you have completed that you then link your supporter ID https://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/city-launch-single-sign-on-to-make-life-easier-for-fans-online-1/
  14. There must something in this - it seems perverse that not only are we the least fouling team in the last 10 games but we are also the most fouled team in this run of games. Style of play only contributing to this? or player type and possibly even a tactic being purposely used to gain fouls?
  15. Whilst trying to find some stats to compare Lee with current championship managers (couldn't find anything) I did come across this list which make interesting reading. You could say Lee looks fairly comfortable in the list but this was at the start of the season so his up to date win% is down to 38.2% with current win % this season down at 35%. If you take out the draws and just looks at wins vs losses he is heading into dangerous territory when the losses overtake your wins. Yes I know - its only meaningless stats but still another angle on why he is under pressure to turn it around. oh and how on earth did Benny Lennartsson last 31 games!! Manager From Until Hons Games per Honour W D L Total Win% Sam Hollis 1897 1899 0 n/a 0 0 1 1 0.00 Steve Coppell 2010 2010 0 n/a 0 0 2 2 0.00 Roy Hodgson 1982 1982 0 n/a 3 5 12 20 15.00 Benny Lennartsson 1998 1999 0 n/a 6 9 16 31 19.35 Bobby Houghton 1980 1982 0 n/a 14 22 25 61 22.95 Sean O'Driscoll 2013 2013 0 n/a 11 13 20 44 25.00 John Pemberton 2016 2016 0 n/a 1 1 2 4 25.00 Joe Bradshaw 1929 1932 0 n/a 32 26 61 119 26.89 Derek McInnes 2011 2013 0 n/a 17 14 32 63 26.98 Sam Hollis 1911 1913 0 n/a 27 21 44 92 29.35 Tony Pulis 1999 2000 0 n/a 10 14 9 33 30.30 Denis Smith 1992 1993 0 n/a 15 12 21 48 31.25 Keith Millen 2010 2011 0 n/a 18 12 27 57 31.58 Bob Wright 1949 1950 0 n/a 17 15 21 53 32.08 Joe Jordan 1994 1997 0 n/a 42 37 51 130 32.31 Russell Osman 1993 1994 0 n/a 30 30 32 92 32.61 Alan Dicks 1967 1980 1 611.00 202 174 235 611 33.06 Keith Millen (caretaker) 2005 2005 0 n/a 1 1 1 3 33.33 Peter Doherty 1958 1960 0 n/a 34 15 49 98 34.69 Jimmy Lumsden 1990 1992 0 n/a 27 17 32 76 35.53 Brian Tinnion 2004 2005 0 n/a 22 22 17 61 36.07 Joe Palmer 1919 1921 0 n/a 39 33 34 106 36.79 Bob Hewison 1932 1949 0 n/a 170 116 173 459 37.04 Frank Bacon 1910 1911 0 n/a 6 2 8 16 37.50 George Hedley 1913 1915 0 n/a 32 19 34 85 37.65 Fred Ford 1960 1967 1 362.00 145 100 117 362 40.06 Gary Johnson 2005 2010 1 239.00 96 69 74 239 40.17 Lee Johnson 2016 Now 0 n/a 48 30 41 119 40.34 Terry Cooper 1982 1988 2 150.50 127 84 90 301 42.19 Leroy Rosenior 2000 2000 0 n/a 11 9 6 26 42.31 David Burnside 2000 2000 0 n/a 11 9 6 26 42.31 Tony Fawthrop 2000 2000 0 n/a 11 9 6 26 42.31 Alex Raisbeck 1921 1929 2 168.00 143 80 113 336 42.56 Henry 'Harry' Thickett 1905 1910 1 223.00 99 55 69 223 44.39 John Ward 1997 1998 1 84.00 38 19 27 84 45.24 Steve Cotterill 2013 2016 1 116.00 53 35 28 116 45.69 Pat Beasley 1950 1958 1 354.00 162 77 115 354 45.76 Danny Wilson 2000 2004 1 226.00 107 55 64 226 47.35 Joe Jordan 1988 1990 1 134.00 68 30 36 134 50.75 Sam Hollis 1901 1905 0 n/a 69 24 40 133 51.88 Keith Millen (caretaker) 2010 2010 0 n/a 5 3 1 9 55.56
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