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Newquay-Red last won the day on February 16 2016

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  1. It would be a real shame to completely kill any momentum we had left tonight after what the players have demonstrated they are capable of. Usually think of 'must-win' as a huge, reactionary cliche but tonight it is so true. Another factor in that is I actually have the money to go to Bristol and see the game so I'm expecting at least six by half time!
  2. I already responded to a comment similar to this. I was simply predicting. It's a forum; I'm allowed to do that. It was apparent that once he developed, he was going to be moving on. He's good, and has had some amazing moments, but is inconsistent. Once again, I'm allowed to say that. Oxford fans informed us that once he started to produce, he would be off. I do not need to be his best friend to have an opinion on him. You think I'm a reactionary fan? I don't rate him? So you know me really well then? We are punching above our weight and even though we have our blips I have never been more proud to be a City fan than I have in the last couple of years.
  3. I never claimed to be ITK, and I was making a simple prediction- is that something I'm not allowed to do?
  4. Oh, there's undoubtedly flaws in my argument, but it seems that whenever the EFL hands out a punishment, it just ends up being pathetic, doesn't resolve the situation, and creates more animosity. There needs to be a massive precedent set here that leans towards an overly harsh punishment. I also don't agree with your comparison between the actions at the Swansea game and that of today; punching a player is quite a significant difference! This case will hopefully put more emphasis upon increasing the pay, training, and selection standards of stewards, which has been a failing of clubs for many years now. We've all run into stewards that act like an arse, but a lot of the time they do not have the support that they need. That is the responsibility of the club; not the individual. The majority of Birmingham fans may not have agreed with what happened today, but there was still a very loud cheer supporting the actions of that idiot. That suggests that this is more than an individual issue. Only with the EFL having the b****cks to flex their muscles on this issue will we see true change.
  5. I disagree. Hitting teams in the wallet doesn't hurt as much as it should. Hitting them with a points deduction shows that there is no tolerance whatsoever, and that if clubs want to avoid this, they need to ramp up their security. It would encourage other fans to stop potential invaders too. They won't care if the club gets fined; most clubs at this level have more than enough money. However, even the most idiotic fan would not want to be responsible for their team missing the playoffs by a couple of points that their team otherwise would have earned. We then move into the grey area of vigilante justice; this guy is getting doxxed already but imagine the deterrent if you were also the one that caused a points deduction. The EFL have a spine of jelly so they will do little to nothing though. Do you think the Brum crowd would have been cheering that idiot if they knew a points deduction was coming? Absolutely not.
  6. O'Dowda is destined to go to Villa following a summer of being linked with lower Prem teams. Good, but overrated and has a chip on his shoulder. Niclas is young, hungry, and has demonstrated numerous times that he relishes the opportunity of playing for this club. Play him!
  7. The fact he got them there in the first place is a miracle. The fact that he is continuing his job, and displaying such admirable resilience and empathy after the Emiliano Sala tragedy, is something that any rational individual should have huge respect for. Sadly, while football can stop and be sentimental at times, but then it is back to the unforgiving grind and the media will jump on you after a few bad results. I never thought I would say this in my life, but for the sake of Neil Warnock ending his career on a high after such a horrible personal time for him, I would like for him to keep Cardiff up. Yes, you read that correctly. I had to read it myself a few times too. For context, I have always hated Cardiff more than Rovers, due to supporting City since 2006 and never living in Bristol. I meant those words in the immediate aftermath of the Sala tragedy, and I still mean them now. Plus, if we end up going up this year what a derby we would have in the Premier League!
  8. All hail Sesay? I know he scored a while ago but that's not enough to worship him
  9. Didn't all of the first team and staff call him 'Trigger'? He did Head2Head and thought that the capital of Italy was Spain
  10. It's not ideal but it's who we have to fight against now. Which is why when looking at how we are doing right now, nobody can deny that it's a hell of an achievement. We really are getting to that enviable position of being the lovable underdogs, who the neutrals root for.
  11. If Semenyo gets the winner against Preston he has instant cult hero status
  12. How can you botch the word 'innovative' so badly? Clem's an odd one isn't he...
  13. Webster and Brownhill for me. Possibly Eliasson in time
  14. Newquay-Red


    Never liked QPR, especially during their days of throwing money at any mercenary they could find. Loftus Road is an embarrassment of a stadium too.
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