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  1. Loving the various replies; Who is ex City and still playing Prem- is Danny Rose? Anyway Tammy is a good shout though possibly doubted as he was technically never 'ours' just developed by our coaches.My thinking is Heaton gives un little over Bentley, even though he plays for England, Webster is no better than Kalas and Mawson, Wood is similar to Martin and not as good as Fam, so it has to be Bobby, Joe, Ayling or Robinson. The latter was only with us in 2015(?) and i cant recall him playing well (though clearly he has done at some time since), Ayling is better than Hunt but a weak link a
  2. Hyperthetical two questions from this team (i am one short so please help me out!) 1) Who would you have back today as manager; Moyes or Dyche 2) which one player would you have back today, for the rest of theis season, coming in at Carrow Road on Wed' Manager; Dyche or Moyes? Heaton Ayling Webster Bryan Brownhill Freeman Reid Robinson Wood Abraham
  3. For anyone who collected City Programmes, home and away between Aug 1982 and Dec 1987 and is missing one please message me with which one(s) you are seeking. If anyone wants a full set (or thereabouts) from that era we can agree a fee which i suggest would be a donation to a local charity in Hamphire. I am not letting go the programmes from before that period. HR
  4. I have got every programme of games i went to in 70's and all the four 'Halcyon Seasons; but when i left the country a friend kept buying me Programmes for games i never saw If anyone want s a Programme or two from 83-87 i will post them FOC. If anyone wants a lot we can agree a price (a few quid for Charity) Message your requests
  5. Unlike Robbo and a few others who dont like individual ratings, i really do appreciate them if i am out of the country and not able to see the match live. It doesnt really matter what the baseline is, ie La Gazzetta in Italy has always given 5 for 'earns the corn' - not going to be dropped nor particularly praised for a 5 performance. Before lockdown one could use Ole's rating as a base becuase he also went to every away game and rated the players using his own standard (a fair bit higher than La Gazzetta!) I think those who rate regularly should continue to do so even though we hav
  6. Agree with all above about being tops for 20-25 mins then giving the ball away too easily. I have been equally frustrated with Bako in his past 6 games so maybe they are too similar in what we want them to do. But, Massengo looked very sharp when he came on. Real big decsions where our priority is next; Norwich (almost worth playing the kids??) or Millwall as we dont need the cup run, do we? Good that DH makes the decisions, not me and no=one else on here!
  7. One of a dozen successes in 4 yrs under Johnson. Let's hope for the same under Deano
  8. EPL, EFL, FA, PFA, UEFA, FIFA and more; arent there enough (hardly) elected bureaucrats meddling with our sport (sorry mega business thats too important to face any of the life restrictions 65m people are facing? Its like joining the EU all over again
  9. are you guys picking Wells becuase he may play better than at any time since joining us, just becuase he can impress someone in West London? Or is it the law of averages he may have a shot on target or are you not watching his contribution in the past 6-10 games. Please update me becuase i am really intereseted to know. Do you think he is off to one of these clubs.
  10. dont a lot of these refs have flats in London (to get to most of the games, which makes sense) Tony has one in Chiswick which is fair enough isnt it, half way between Bristol and Brentford?!
  11. Harry, I never back-track; better believe it. I very much welcome other opinions but mine are equally valid when factually correct, even if you dont like that. Anyway enough non-City talk lets get on to this Wednesday when some on here will already have written their diatribe about Holden, Training ground tactics (or lack of them), MA for selling Kelly for £12m, not having the development skills since LJ developed JB, BR, TA, JOsh B, LK, etc etc For me, I'll watch the game like i have done at Brentford more than any other away ground and comment when i find the one-eyed comments that
  12. I think she would be a reasonable commentator, pundit on Womans football which is fine; but she is commnetating on a different sport; WSL has never been the FA Cup, never will be, for me. If you read my post my objection was about her calling the gas 'BRISTOL@. In my opinion there is some debate amongst City fans as to whether it is a compliment to our club to be called 'Bristol' (as there is clearly OTIB) or if it is a bad thing the commentatoro cant be as*** to call us 'Bristol City' What i hope there is no disagreement over is that for the bluefew, gasheads to be called 'Bristol' is ju
  13. Love the replies, so some of you have all got the point. I don't like the gas being given the name 'Bristol' as implies there isn't another, nor a much better team in Bristol. Also, I like Gabby Logan but find it odd that two woman plus Dublin are asked to present 90mins of men's football. They aren't bad would wouldn't you all find it odd if Antony Joshua presented tv coverage of ladies beach volleyball when there are ex-players who could take the mic'. Anyway, we are through to round 4 of the FA Cup and the bluefew can concentrate on getting their oranges delivered to a new train
  14. The BBC have called their result yesterday their first win since July. Does it really count against that shambolic outfir across town? Then on BBC MoTD highlights, they (two women, politically correct in every sense out of three) desrbided the home team as 'Bristol' - does this both anyone on OTIB? There is only One Team in Bristol and they certainly werent losing to a team in pink shirts yesterday. Worth a letter or two to the national broadcaster who seem to think football commentary should join cricket and rugby commentary as being best delivered by ladies who have never played in
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