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Septic Peg last won the day on February 17 2019

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    Proud owner of two Post of The Days.
    Official cup & friendly match day thread OP and deputy league match day thread OP.

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  1. Long time no see. Ronan Keating once said; "life is a rollercoaster, you just gotta ride it." Life as a City fan is exactly this. So first we had He Who Shall Not Be Named (ex bench warmer for Leeds, plays for the Gunners - you know who I mean - Mr Turnaround). Then we had Nahki Wells and that tweet from his loaners: Which didn't age well... Then we had Ivan Toney. We scratched Peterborough's back with Szmodics but they couldn't scratch ours. Honorable mentions to Lyle Taylor and Matej Vydra whom also disappeared into the City rejections bin. On a miserable day in Bristol where the only roof action going is Steve, 39 from Bemmy, clattering across his roof tiles because his TV aerial is on the blink, the hopes of us acquiring a striker in just a few days dwindles. So to cheer us all up. Enjoy this 10 minute piece of content from fellow Bristolian, Mark Watson... Did you enjoy that folks? On to tonight. Visiting last season's stinkers that only survived the drop by the skin of their teeth, we're all off down the M4 to the commuter kingdom of Reading. John Swift is one of their key players to watch out for after scoring in 4 of the last 6 league games. Also City reject Sam Baldock may play after scoring in their most recent league game after a two month dry spell. Nagy might be back for us and it will be interesting to see if Josh Brownhill is in the squad with the rumours flying around. I'm predicting a 1-1 draw. Eliasson again because he's our Swedish prince. COYRS!
  2. Out of interest @Davefevs and purely hypothetical... but if we did turn over Shrewsbury and would right now be playing Liverpool at home... Where would you be?
  3. Actually we're both wrong. Lolz. Just checked and Pembo signed him! (So I'm guessing he was targeted by Cotts before he got the boot). Could have sworn he was in our promotion squad. Going mad in my old age.
  4. Yes, came through our academy but shone the year we won the trophies. Longstanding joke old pal. Everywhere other than Bristol is a shithole.
  5. Lungsea I meant obviously I'm allowed one swerve @Rudolf Hucker.
  6. The faith is strong with this one. Nice edit @Seneca the Younger
  7. First and foremost, for the context of this thread, the L word that is made up of two words (one being an organ of the body and the other a large volume of water used for water sports) will not be mentioned tonight for fear of jinxing. Any member using this word will be thrown to @Rudolf Hucker for his own personal pleasure. You've been warned. Shrewsbury Town is a shithole 'oop norf. They say Salop a lot. Salop is the old word for Shropshire, where Shrewsbury is located. People from Shropshire refer to themselves as Salopians. Two familiar faces again tonight. As previously mentioned, Mad Max and his voodoo doll plays on loan and Scott Golbourne from the Cotts days will both be relishing a "big day out" in R4. Hopefully, Max left his doll in Bristol. @RedM's favourite special guy Mr Moyes used to play for both tonight's clubs so expect his name to be mentioned by the commentators. Of course, the BBC has selected big boys Spurs v Boro as their televised game because unknown Bristol City and L1 Shrewsbury Town are beneath them. Screw you BBC. Plenty of Bristol lads and lasses making the trip up the M5, either by CATS coach or their own transportation. With bad weather forecast across the country, it will be windier and wetter than a brass with flatulence. Take precautions. I'm loathe to make a prediction - mainly because if I back us to win, we lose - and vice versa. So I'm offering up a prayer to the football gods. Please. Don't let us lose and please, no penalty shootout. In the name of Gary Lineker, I sacrifice these Walkers Cheese and Onion. Amen. COYRs!
  8. It's not been confirmed as to whom but the Garner family have requested privacy. I think it was leaked on GasChat and then their mods removed any references and closed the thread. Obviously it got posted on here and can't see how mods can remove any references now seeing as the original post has been quoted often. Just hope the press and mainstream media keep it on the lowdown.
  9. Bigger things in life than football rivalries. I hope Ben's family member has a speedy recovery and my thoughts are with them at this stressful time. If the suggested rumours are true, I know first hand what it's like to see a relative on ICU and it is harrowing. The last thing he needs right now is people giving him pelters for what is happening in his job. Get well soon.
  10. Just got back from Star Wars. @Seneca the Younger was right. It wasn't great. My kid loved it though. Plus the coffee in the cinema tasted like cat piss.
  11. Doing this early because I have to take the kid to watch Star Wars. Just don't even ask....... Very interesting article appeared last night on the old Twitter feed... Yep. Shocking isn't it? Now I know Tomlin has had his demons so I can say he's doing well to overcome them. But these talks have been going on for ages. Harris is getting all the credit but could it be that Warnock did what others had failed at and give Tomlin the right support he needed? It seems so. It was Warnock's idea to send him back to Peterborough on loan as that was where he would rediscover his love of the sport. So the question is will Tomlin do what he always does in the comfortable knowledge of a contract and drop off? It even happened at Cardiff when he first signed. Warnock sent him out on loan to Forest and then he enjoyed a huge bonus when Cardiff won promotion to the Premier League, despite being rarely involved. So with one City reject shoring up their Cardiff pay day, let's take a brief look at the others. Bobby Reid - on loan at Fulham, almost halfway through a 4 year deal. Marlon Pack - 3 year deal, still hurts my heart. Aden Flint - same as BFF Marlon, he's on a 3 year. Imagine Bobby will be sold probably next summer or the summer after. Pack and Flint may get 1 year extensions but fully expect them to released at the end of their contracts. Talking of Flint, anyone see this? Classic. On to today. Wigan have recently beaten Birmingham in the league and held Derby in a draw. Personally, I hate playing relegation threatened teams because those are the teams with everything to play for and nothing to lose. And we cave. But with our reasonable away form and Williams back, I'll say 1-1 draw. COYRs!
  12. I call everyone that leaves City a reject. The minute they walk out AG, they are a reject. Just a little joke.
  13. Nope. Not Gillingham. Shrewsbury Town, currently 18th in L1 and finished last season smack bang in the middle in 12th place. Their most recent results include wins over Coventry City and Blackpool, draws with Oxford and Bolton and a loss to Rotherham. Notably, we will welcome back a City reject this afternoon. Mr Scott Golborne. Scott signed with Shrewsbury a year ago until the end of the season and was rewarded for his performances with a 2 year contract. He also played and scored in the EFL trophy cup game v Man City kids which ended in a charged penalty shootout. Today is a throwaway game for us. Expect a lot of youngsters both starting and on the bench. With our precarious league form and off pitch rumours taking centre stage at the moment, the majority of the first team will not be in attendance I doubt. However, it will give those breaking through a chance to shine and with that, confidence and experience at AG. There are also suggestions that the fans may stay away today (I've seen suggestions that only 5k tickets have been sold) but it is pay on the day and I'm sure many will be deciding whether to withstand the cold before heading down. Fully fledged City fan Mark 'Lawro' Lawrenson (he loves us, he really does) has us down for a win. I do too. So naturally, we will lose. 2-1 Shrews. Concentrate on the league eh? COYRs!
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