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Lew-T

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  1. Lew-T

    Can anyone make a case for sticking with LJ

    Ahh UB40. I’ve always liked the track King. Not biggest the hit but one of my favourites of theirs!
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    Can anyone make a case for sticking with LJ

    Gangsters for me.
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    If LJ was to leave (Merged many times)

    I’m all for the future, the youth and building this club, as that seems the strategy. But I think we’re trying to achieve that with a incompetent management team and possibly board directors. The result is we’re not really progressing on the field! If results and performances stay the same until Christmas then I’d like to see some experience and proven success at this level. The likes of Bruce, Moyes, Mick etc. It’s obviously going to cost but if Steve Lansdown and Co want to seriously consider ourselves as challengers in the future then I think this is the best approach. We’ve tried up and coming, I’d like to see some proven successful coaches down AG if circumstances don’t improve. Having a high profile manager will increase the chances of holding on to our best players, another lesson we found out last summer with LJ.
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    Can anyone make a case for sticking with LJ

    I looked at this and instantly laughed as I thought it was a fake. Then I realised it was true and laughed even more. I’ve never read such incompetence from a City manager. You really have to laugh. What must Matty Taylor be feeling? That I’m not very good but the gaffer put me on because they have a song for me? He’s certainly not helped himself with this.
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    Tickets required for Reading away (Merged)

    After one ticket please City faithful.
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    So I met with Matt Parsons

    Yep, great idea. ‘THIS IS THE GATE’ ’PRIDE OF THE WEST’ Also could make S82 colourful on the far right of the picture, there is enough space for a display. Think the work in around the concourse of the ground is great, maybe we could make Ashton Gate feel more like home inside the ground?
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    Tickets required for Reading away (Merged)

    Do you need a local postcode for tickets in the home end? I’ve never done it but I may have to. Can you just POTD?
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    So I met with Matt Parsons

    I’d quite happily have the badge on the white away strip and leave it at that. It doesn’t need any work, you know exactly who it represents.
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    So I met with Matt Parsons

    Where has the coat of arms come from? I know we had the current badge in the 50s but it’s not unique, neither does it identify Bristol City FC. I really hope the club have taken the feedback from the white away strip seriously.
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    So I met with Matt Parsons

    The current badge tarnishes any identity that we’re trying to create. It’s a Council badge? The badge of any football club is the first image you base in your head. Little things like MOTD, EFL highlights, Sunday papers, football match day programmes. You see opposing teams and their badges and you know exactly who they are. Who seriously knows Bristol City Council outside of the region? A football badge has to be purely associated with the club and it’s ‘identity’. Therefore the Robin and Suspension Bridge fits perfectly for Bristol City FC and that’s what it should be.
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    So I met with Matt Parsons

    Quite simple for me. The thing that stands out for me is the Suspension Bridge and Robin. Brunel’s bridge is a stone throw away from the ground, coming from the portway or the Winterstoke Road way, you can always see the bridge, followed by Ashton Gate. Robin - It’s been our nickname for donkeys years and was featured on our badge for many a year. We’re the Robins, much more superior to Swindon and Cheltenham. If we want ‘identity’ I’d start by playing in our white away strip...
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    Bristol City Twitter Account

    Old people? There are 12 year olds taking the piss out of this. You won’t get much younger being on social media to see this anyway. The whole build up to the Hull game was cringeworthy. Tweeting every hour about being at the game! We’re not ####tards, we do have access to the fixture list.
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    (Mates rates) Attendance for Stoke (Merged)

    Stoke have sold 1,800.
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    Time to look at Lee in a positive light

    Like anything with Lee Johnson, things can change in days. We could see a thread like this again before we’ve lost a few, of course. I’m no Andy80100 or what’s his face, but I’d like to hold back my optimism for now until we see some consistency.
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    Singing Section

    Couldn’t make the game so I streamed it. The noise was very good I thought! I don’t think we give ourselves enough credit sometimes. There are a lot more quieter grounds.
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