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Newquay-Red

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Newquay-Red last won the day on February 16 2016

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  1. Newquay-Red

    Brentford tickets

    I'll take that as a compliment. Say what you want about the guy, but he sure knows how to wind people up.
  2. Newquay-Red

    Brentford tickets

    If I wanted to go somewhere with old men queuing up to have a go on me I would have found a suitable establishment in Brighton willing to fulfil that request by now.
  3. Newquay-Red

    Brentford tickets

    I consider myself relatively decent at this sort of stuff and trust me, it is appallingly designed. #AnnounceNewWebDesigners
  4. Newquay-Red

    Brentford tickets

    What kind of comment is that? Of course it's an away game, the whole idea was to go and see her as she lives in Kingston, and then we go to the game. However, adding all of it up (travel, food, tickets, etc) it comes in at around £150. That just isn't worth it at all. Factor in that every time I create a Bristol Sport account, it seems to get fed straight into the virtual shredder, which means I have no confidence in giving them money for any membership scheme. Assistance is minimal and the design seems to just be an effort to plug pointless things like the badminton team or something, which due to not being a resident of Bristol I just have no interest in whatsoever. On the positive side, not spunking £150 on going to a ground we are typically dire at, or buying membership for the Judean People's Front (or is it the People's Front of Judea?) means the Croatia fund just got a lovely little boost.
  5. Newquay-Red

    Brentford tickets

    Thanks for the help, but I am not interested in purchasing a ticket any more. The process is full of hidden fees and there is minimal point in me buying a membership scheme when I can only afford to attend a couple of games a season anyway. With everything combined I'm looking at £60 alone for tickets for my partner and I, and that's before travel to London is factored in. I doubt the club really care, but they have lost a sale here.
  6. Newquay-Red

    Brentford tickets

    What an absolutely appalling website design and purchase process. Can't believe the club continue to circlejerk over how amazing and professional everything now is now they've employed people in suits. Is it £24 for a ticket, regardless of the demographic you are in? So you are paying more to stand on the terrace? Pathetic.
  7. Newquay-Red

    One stream in Bristol new episode (Merged)

    bit of a shame mate- I was agreeing with your initial points and now you're being a nob. You aren't putting in the wit required to get away with insulting someone in the way you are doing.
  8. Newquay-Red

    Jay Darker ... MOTM ... cheers buddy.

    The only hero of the night for both teams
  9. Newquay-Red

    Janneh interview after joining Torquay

    Good to see. Looks raring to go and make an impact. LOAN ARRRRRMY!!
  10. Newquay-Red

    Wigan Athletic v Bristol City Match Day 9

    Sadly I didn't have so much trust in my psychic abilities because I continued to watch the damn thing
  11. Newquay-Red

    Wigan Athletic v Bristol City Match Day 9

    Our inability to close out scrappy games like this is the main obstacle to us becoming a side good enough to challenge for promotion from this division.
  12. Newquay-Red

    Wigan Athletic v Bristol City Match Day 9

    Paterson epitomises the identity of this club over the past few seasons. At times, capable of serious skill, sophisticated performances, and giving the opposition a bloody nose. The problem is this is happening with increasing rarity, and is often easily sussed out by opponents after initial success. This creates performances that are quite frankly atrocious. For anyone thinking I am singling him out just based on tonight- I don't think that is true. He is a completely different person to the first half of last season, doesn't win tackles and has frustrated his team mates. It's shit because we know what he is capable of and in our games against Prem sides he truly took the game to them. The sad fact is that I think we have already seen his peak in a City shirt. He seems mentally fragile and prone to switching off.
  13. Newquay-Red

    Wigan Athletic v Bristol City Match Day 9

    Disappointed but not surprised. We rarely seem to perform in games like this- we get dragged into the dirty play and then concede on the break. Is a fundamental obstacle to us progressing
  14. Newquay-Red

    Wigan Athletic v Bristol City Match Day 9

    A completely forgettable half of football. I think this has scrappy 1-0 written all over it.
  15. Newquay-Red

    Wigan Athletic v Bristol City Match Day 9

    Tepid so far. We seem to be trying to get Hunt to begin attacking moves, with varying degrees of success.
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