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  1. I've never liked the Spice Girls
  2. He isn't a City fan, just mates with Bobby Reid and some othe rlads
  3. didn't 80% of blokes look like that in the 80's
  4. Surely that depends. I mean Bristol Rugby sold the training pitch for housing. Does that mean a precedent has already been set oh and the small matter that a Sainsbury's was basically approved by Judicial review
  5. https://www.bristolrovers.co.uk/news/2018/june/roverscommittoreducingsingleuseplastic/ serious conversation now. good to see my club doing this and would be great to see City follow suit
  6. well I guess half your squad are going to **** off and better themselves in the summer aren't they
  7. He wanted to change the name from Hull City to Hull Tigers or Hull City Tigers I believe, but the FA rejected it. I have no idea why they did though as to be honest there was no real reason for them not to, other than the fans hated it. Aside from the obvious MK Dons thing, Leyton Orient must be the most recent club to change?
  8. That never made any sense why it was rejected
  9. I have never worried about Lansdown and his Tax. if he wants to limit his time in the UK that's up to him However as far as I am aware WAQ and the family aren't UK citizens or residents and 1883Ltd still pays all it's tax owing just as Bristol Sport does
  10. they were. The pitch has been done every summer for years. The whole place was decorated within weeks of him being there. Something that never happened under the last lot
  11. got to admit that made me chuckle
  12. Got to admit it, i find it embarassing myself. At the time yeah of course we celebrated, but they way some of them treat his 'God' like status is sad. It was supposed to be a Tote End Boys night and thats the best thing they can come up with
  13. That's a different bridge to cross isn't it. Stewart has said in the past he'd like to be a manager and he might see taking over at Rovers as the next step for him rather than being DC's assistant. Who knows anything at the end of the day
  14. And a Rovers hero. Money or no money, I think Stewy would be the obvious choice to take over and I think a lot of people would like to see him get the chance if it came about
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