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Posts posted by stephenkibby.

  1. 5 minutes ago, spudski said:

    The difference between us and Norwich was huge.

    They were an organised side that made it look easy. But they didn't do anything spectacular. They moved, created space, made angles, and stretched us. It's not rocket science...it was very simple football, that was ingrained and second nature.

    I can't remember the last time I watched us going forward, and thought we played as a team. We just look like a bunch of individuals making it up as we go along.

    Again...the lack of movement and angles was missing. It's basic stuff. 

    This is some of the worst football I've ever seen us play in all the years, it's that bad. Even under SoD it wasn't this bad.

    Couldn't agree more. Even though the movement was non existent the times players had the ball in space and couldn't play a ten yard pass to someone unmarked was astounding.

    Have seen many unattractive sides over the years down the gate but this ranks alongside the worse. 

    it's scary to me that the player with the most vision and passing ability is Mawson who's not even our player.

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  2. 2 minutes ago, Rob k said:

    Learnt something tonight - i never knew you could score direct from a goal kick!!

    Nor did i. always thought it was considered as an indirect free kick, have the rules changed? or did i not have a clue in all the years that i played?

  3. 17 minutes ago, Super said:

    Should have been a red for Shaw.

    Watching the Wolves game very entertaining, agree though definitely a red for Shaw alongside Pogba and Rashford.

    Have backed Manu at 20/1 for the league will feel like dirty money if they win it.!!!!!

  4. 3 hours ago, RUSSEL85 said:



    Can you please stop showing that photo. Just reminds me of a team i played for when the manager said to me h/t Don't keep passing the ball to him he's only in the side for tackling.

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  5. 8 minutes ago, IAmNick said:

    Just like we laugh at you sat on your laptop doing the same thing then I guess! We can't go argue in the pub at the moment so this is the best we've got I'm afraid.

    Not quite, really not got the intelligence or the will to argue with you. 


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  6. 21 minutes ago, IAmNick said:

    Everyone knows the real oppressed people are gammons who have to deal with something being "shoved down their throats" by watching a group of blokes kneel for 8 seconds once a week or so.

    Just like covid conspiracy nuts are now all of a sudden obsessed with mental health and mask pollution, the people mentioned above are now suddenly huge fans of Kick It Out as well.

    And for the record, politics has ALWAYS been in sport, there are many many examples through history - to say otherwise is laughable.

    Well i must be a Gammon 65 years old,white male,is that the criteria ? i feel the likes of you keep shoving it down my throat.

    I still work in a supermarket with people from Asiain Carbbean  and eastern Europe. Were all on the same near minimum wage getting on with life shit as it is and trying to have a laugh as we try to get by.

    People i work with would laugh at all you defenders of the faith sat on your laptops putting the world to right.

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  7. 1 hour ago, BigAl&Toby said:

    Look what I’ve just got my mitts on.

    And look closely. There’s Dean. Front row. 

    Christ he’s aged well.

    Would have be nice to see it in the often talked about Bristol City museum. What’s the latest on that?

    Be happy to donate my little collection when I’m dead and buried. If the boy agrees......


    Turf looked longer than Jono would have wanted.

  8. 8 minutes ago, Davefevs said:




    I’m not saying it’s an easy game, far from it, as Weepywall suggests, but City, a division above, at home, even out form are favourites.  I didn’t suggest odds-on favourites, that’s very different.

    What may change is the odds ahead of kick off as teams are announced, but there is a reason every bookie has us as favourites the evening before a game.

    The Bookies had Exeter favs for the game against Sheff Wed and as you know two divisions apart. 

    The fact that you can get 6/4 on us winning at home against a lower league side tells you the bookies think an away win is more than likley in their opinion.

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