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  1. Good morning to your faces. The final international friendly of pre-season kicks off in just under 3 hours and whilst it will be chucking out time in Bristol at the local zoos - I mean schools - for the last time this summer, it will be bright and early for our boys over the pond. A 9.30am K.O. means a light brekkie, maybe a coffee or two to wake up the old noggin and some discussion about the fact Juventus aren't gonna be in FIFA 2020. DISGUSTANG. Today's opponents are mere babies to the USL. Sarasota were formed just 5 months ago and debuted in the USL League 2 Southern Conference - South East Division, finishing 7th of 8 places. As they are so new to the football family, there isn't much to go on but I will say two players that seem to stand out are Jordan Day and Andre Scott. Day playing the majority of games and Scott scoring 3 goals in just a combined 182 minutes. That's a goal an hour. Interesting... Fun fact: The IMG Academy where we've been staying and training has a tennis program ran annually. Famous alumni that have been on that program at IMG include Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and Andre Agassi. Gonna leave it there. No idea if it's being broadcast and no idea if the Ref will call it off because of wind. Should be a straightforward game. 4-0 City. Don't forget, we have a trip up the M5 to Gasheads nearest rivals Forest Green next week. Veggie pies and solar powered hand dryers ftw. Vegan cider available. Until then folks, COYRS!
  2. So I've just woken up to find that the weather has been a bit shit and the game stopped at 45 mins. Ah ok then. Any news on how Kalas is? *swear filter bypass mechanism activated* Waghorn - what a nause he is.
  3. Yeehaw. Howdy partners. Well we be havin ourselves a right fine time in the good ol' U S of A. We're at the home of Disney World, the Everglades and NASA. Will any of our lads be taking in the delights of Space Mountain or perhaps educating themselves with the physics and astronomy backed Kennedy Space Center? 2 for two in the friendly games to date and tonight we face hotel roomies, Derby, whom have been sharing the IMG Academy with us since our arrival. Please note: rumours that both Lee Johnson and Philip Cocu were missing during their opposition's training sessions are unconfirmed. Also unconfirmed are the reports of two pairs of binoculars being delivered from a uk branch of Jessops on a UPS truck). This is arguably going to be our toughest test. (Yes I know that Palace are in the PL) but Derby have the new manager bounce as well as a good squad. Plus pound for pound, their team has a lot of similarities to our own. Jack Marriott scored 2 against a local Floridian team just a few days ago. Watch him like a shitehawk. This also absolutely stinks of a draw. 1-1. Available live on BCTV from 11pm tonight, I'll probably watch the first half and then crash out. Old age means I can't pull all nighters anymore, no matter how hard I try... Next time we'll be back in the UK at a reasonable time... Until then, COYRS!
  4. Ah but the roads are the same. Balloon Fiesta is miles from Weston but try driving up the A370 when it's on. Lolz.
  5. He does follow the official City twitter account but I expect he follows a few champ clubs on Twitter. All we know is he's an U23 and plays for a Champ club. In this day and age, people shouldn't have to announce their sexuality to the world. But sadly, some backwards 1950s idiots still make a gay person feel inadequate and unaccepted. I only hope that more gay sportspersons are supported by this person's bravery and feel they too will be accepted, as they should be. Eventually, those homophobic morons who want to live in their bigoted world, will become far fewer.
  6. 14-0. A spicy Weimann, Szmodics and Janneh with a side of Watkins. Washed down with a tasty Semenyo. Carlsberg don't do friendlies but if they did........ woooweee. Ok, it was Hallen, toolstation, nonleague blah blah blah. But the kids got a good run out as did the pros shaking the cobwebs off from early May. On a beautiful summer's day, in the Rovers backyard, it was a successful start to pre-season. Tonight's oppo are the OG phoenixes. Rising from the ashes left behind by MK Dons, AFC Wimbledon have gone above and beyond what was expected at the time. The 80s and 90s Crazy Gang mentality still lives within the club and their fans and can only have benefitted their atmospheric ascend through the leagues in just 17 years. League one regulars, they've sat at level 3 in the football pyramid since winning the L2 P.O. finals back in 2016. They just narrowly avoided relegation last season thanks to a smaller goal difference (just 3 goals in it) than Plymouth Argyle, whom were sunk on the final day of the season. Tonight will also include a familiar face to City fans. The bearded one, Mr Wagstaff aka Waggy, whom is still earning his crust, will no doubt get a rapturous applause from the travelling Bristolians. Part of our team from the Cotts era, he will enjoy a hug or two from good friends Marlon Pack and Korey Smith (if he goes for the trip). This won't be another 14-0 drubbing and I doubt LJ will play 3 different teams for 30 minutes so expect more of the first team with a smattering of youngsters. Fully expecting a win though so 5-1 City. To those going on the M4/Paddington, remember there's some odd poshies, wanting strawberries and cream and drinking champers whilst watching women and men whack a ball at one another, so traffic will be a nightmare in and around Wimbledon today. Poshies won't appreciate you parking right next to the Range or the Rolls you know. Tally ho. Until tonight then, COYRS!
  7. Rumours that it might be live on Periscope (Twitter's live video software) so tune in. Also rumoured to be 3 teams, each playing 30 minutes.
  8. Hmmm. Thought Jay was back now from his holiday. Thanks for the info. Expect one of the youngsters will be LB.
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