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  1. I think the most common suggestion is restarting the season from August ie no promotions/relegations. Leeds winning in 1st place with no promotion would be pretty funny tbf.
  2. Morning folks... and a happy 125th anniversary to the club! We all have our own personal memories attached to City - whether it attending with a parent as a kid, meeting a partner, creating friendships and making lifelong memories. I've said without the club, I actually wouldn't even be here as my parents met in the old Supporters Club in the Williams stand back in the day. My late dad only ever came to two games with me, a southern area league trophy win over Torquay and the LDV final win over Carlisle. Two games that even now, I remember very clearly and I won't forget. The club has also made a video about other people's experiences with City. It's about 25 minutes long so grab yourself a cuppa. Also, for a bit of fun, the club asked on social media for some of our choice moments. So if anyone wants to play along, here is what City wanted to know... Ahead of Saturday's 125th anniversary match tell us your: First match: _________ Favourite game: _________ Favourite all-time player: _________ Favourite season: _________ Best goal: _________ Biggest limbs: _________ #BristolCity Here's the twitter link so you can see what everyone else has put... just click on it and view the replies, you don't need to be logged into twitter. So, without mentioning today's kit, it's a momentous occasion. I only hope that the 8 men that saved this club are mentioned too. Without them, I wouldn't be typing this. On to today... Fulham at home. We've been a bit of a bogey team for them in recent times. In fact you have to go back 3 years to find the last time Fulham beat us. In the last 7 games, we've beat them 5 times, drawn once and lost once. Our home form is still shocking and Fulham have been on the up (apart from a 3-0 loss at home to Barnsley) so I'm expecting a pasting. 3-1 Fulham. Bristol's own Joey Bryan is out with a baddy leg so no run out for him but Bristol's own Bobby (De Cordova) Reid is expected to play for Fulham. Come home Bob. We love you. Enjoy the day folks. COYRs!
  3. I says Maths. Because I'm not American.
  4. Happy Leap Year! A nostalgia trip today. The last time we played on a leap year day was 20 years ago. 29th February 2000. After getting rid of Tiny Penis, we were being managed by Tony Fawthrop. It was the Southern Area Final 1st Leg in the Auto Windscreens Shield (aka LDV Trophy, Johnstone's Paint Trophy, Check A Trade something or other etc etc) against Exeter City and we won 4-0. Goals were scored by Tony Thorpe, Joe Burnell, (fun factoid of the day - Joe followed in the footsteps of Dion "up the stairs to the bedrooms" Dublin and is now a property developer!) Peter Beadle and a certain flying Scotsman that lingers around AG to this day... I've tried to find an online match report from that time, like the evil post or some such to no avail, but I did find this for a bargain £1.35. Just look at that kit folks. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Football-Programme-BRISTOL-CITY-v-EXETER-CITY-Feb-2000-AWS/372866654988?hash=item56d095a30c:g:1vwAAOSwW1Nd4nnt I did also find Scott's goal on YouTube. The caption reads that it was the goal that sent us to Wembley. Again, this was in the 1st leg. In the second leg, it was a 1-1 draw that Beadle scored in. We went to OG Wembley v Stoke and THAT kit and... yeah... we know what happened... So a leap year. Can we leap back after Tuesday's disaster? Today absolutely stinks of a draw. 1-1. They are crap at home and we are just... crap. However, a good kick up the backside and hopefully we can get that draw. Big Frank is still off sick so no reunion there and also Mason Bennett on loan from Derby might get some stick because he's a bone head. COYRS!
  5. @RedM would you please be so kind as to make this thread the MDT? If you don't mind. Had a bit of a nightmare this evening and only just remembered. Apologies. Think its Match Day 35.
  6. Today's MDT is brought to you by the letter B for bum. A puzzler for the cleverclogs that frequent OTIB. An image popped up on my FB memories from exactly 2 years ago and I have absolutely no memory of what and why it happened. Answers on a postcard please. Image at the bottom of the post. Some rustling was made this week with regards to today's opponents. In a 2-2 draw against Nottingham Forest, reffed by fan favourite Keith Stroud, the salt was liberally thrown by the Forest twitter account, to which, WBA responded with a two worded tweet that finished it. Outstanding work from the WBA admin. Take note David. Also in other news. Man Flu. Reports suggest that we have a squad of just 12 fit players after a serious outbreak of man flu spread through the Failand training ground. I have no idea who was the first to succumb to the Lemsip and Kleenex mansize box but I would bet that they have kids because children are walking germ factories. North Korea has so far prevented any trace of coronavirus entering the country (that we are aware of) so I suggest that LJ and MA take a summer holiday to meet the Supreme Leader and get some tips, to ensure this kind of outbreak doesn't happen again. On to today... As previously mentioned, the squad has been depleted. Expect a hodge podge line up straight from the tombola. Naughty boy Charlie Austin has been given the nod to play for WBA after sending naughty tweets taking shots at his previous employers fanbase. Tut tut. One to watch is on loan Callum Robinson from Sheff Utd. Like Hernandez last week with Leeds, he likes playing against us, averaging a goal or assist in most games. Saying it now. 3-1 Baggies. They'll go up for a reason. Here's the picture btw! COYRS!
  7. Ah yes. Knew there was someone else. Apologies Rich @richwwtk.
  8. Might have to assemble the old OTIB team from a few years back @Dollymarie @Davefevs @Busterrimes We came 4th last time...
  9. Bit windy miller out there. Ah Leeds. The other day I mentioned how Derby were the ultimate chokers. These guys are up there with them. The now infamous chant from opposition fans "Leeds, Leeds are falling apart" whenever Leeds concede or lose is becoming a staple. Last season, they finished in 3rd. Losing to Derby in the play off semi, Villa took out Derby in the final. Then we come to He Who Shall Not Be Named. Bielsa likes to play Bamford up top all by himself, but they still needed a cover position so they gave Arsenal a call and the young lad was sent up the motorway. Not that they told Arsenal at the time but they'd just leave him to sit on his ass for the majority and it was one over little Bristol City... like a vaudeville actor, Bielsa might as well have twisted his whiskers with glee... we all know how that turned out. And then last season, we had Leeds fans sitting in the home end at AG. I've got nothing against away fans in a home end as long as you keep your gob shut and your hands under your bum but if or when they are discovered and eventually get removed, they put a sob story on twitter and Andrea Radrizzani gets taken in like the mug he is and free tickets/shirts/kidneys are offered in a PR stunt. **** off. So if any City fans are in the home end today, just get yourself thrown out and then you can try and pepper SL and JL for free shit. Let's see how they would respond... Goalkeeper howler alert. Leeds shot stopper Kiko Casilla had an absolute stinker in their previous game, leading to rumours he would be dropped. Bielsa confirmed he would still play against us today. Not the best quality but here ya go... And he played for Real Madrid reserves... On to today... Other than their dodgy goalie and Bamford, city reject and piss artist Luke Ayling will most likely feature. Also watch out for Pablo Hernandez. He likes playing against us, scoring thrice and providing 4 assists in just 6 league games. Expect an unchanged side. Nagy is now invisible and Kalas thinks he has a face for radio. Baker needs to get longer on the pitch today too so he can control Bamford. Our away form is good. Leeds have had just one win in their last seven games and that was a scrappy 3-2 over Millwall. 2-1 City. Palmer and Patto scoring. Should be entertaining! COYRS!
  10. Cor blige. She's still about? Thought she'd met the Big Man years ago.
  11. Saw it too but tweet deleted. Would be classic City tho. Edit: could be a photoshop tho. Nahki is spelt incorrect.
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