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  1. In Fuerteventura 2016 we played Forest live on Sky, First home win of the season. I was in a sports bar in Corralejo, in front of me, 2 Derby fans, 1 Forest fan and 1 at the time, non football fan. Ended up having a fair few drinks with them and taunting the forest fan for the rest of the night, my partner at the time not too happy about it. They were doing a charity cycle round the country and happened to stop off for the night in the accommodation at the bar. The non fan now considers himself as a city fan and have seen he goes to the majority of away days up north. The next night at the hotel, on the Karaoke like any drunk Brit abroad. Started singing I am a cider drinker, only to be outsung by a couple at the back, Dolman Season Ticket holders from Sea Mills. Went into a sports bar in Kraków and seen a Dziekanowski shirt behind the bar. Apparently it was a match worn shirt provided by the man himself but that could have just been the manager trying to sell it to me.
  2. Hahaha! Made me spit my Expresso all over the keyboard through laughing
  3. That winning mentality started to change in the fan base when we didn’t sign the players we were linked with and had a tough start to the season in a more difficult league as I said. The point was, after that game at Sheffield Utd and away at Notts County where we edged a close encounter it was if the fan base knew we were in for a good season and every game felt like a party, It was buzzing home and away
  4. Difference between that team and the team we’ve seen of late is the winning mentality. It must help when the fans feel the same, different in League 1 to the Championship but I haven’t felt walking into AG this is an easy 3 points whereas that season regardless of who we played a draw felt like a loss. That club mentality is probably why we didn’t lose many, only 7 in all comps? Wouldn’t mind another season like that again
  5. And if he does, would LJ be credited for signing him and sending him on loan until he was ready for Championship football?
  6. Well known that KITR is very much ITK, I can’t believe Kalas is on 40k p/w, 25-30k p/w Would be more like it.
  7. To try and cheer myself up after that performance Tuesday night I thought I’d have a look at our run in. (Trying to look positively at things) We are playing a lot of the chasing pack as such. We can go into each of those games effectively ending their chances of getting in the play offs. A massive opportunity if we can apply ourselves and start playing football again, is it still in our hands to make the play offs? (More realistic view) We’ll lose to Fulham, Forest, Preston. And probably more losses than wins against those chasing us down resulting in a bottom half finish. We could quite easily be 12th in 3 games time. What needs to change for it to be in our hands?
  8. I thought he done a good job. Probably had a standard question set for the ordinary fan, quickly thought on his feet when he was told it was Massengos dad he was talking to and then asked some very good questions. I haven’t seen any of his videos before so I can only assume it’s more of a hobby for him than a full time profession
  9. Not just one weekend. 91 clubs would play at home in one month. Each team aims to raise £15,000 for their home game or 80% of their average attendance
  10. Football clubs up and down the country could help raise millions of pounds for charity each month. Each month of the football season the EFL dedicate it to a specific charity. Each fan that attends a specific home game in that month donates £1 to that charity. The average attendance at a game in England is around 15,000 (prem and championship boost league 1 and 2) So if each team can raise £15,000 that’s £1,380,000 raised. Just by paying £1 at the turnstiles.
  11. This was my thought when Hummel were announced. Could’ve gone to any provider but they’ve gone to one who cater for all sports. Giving us the freedom of design I imagine means all brands of Bristol Sport will be manufactured by Hummel
  12. Why does this matter? We’ve had Bristolians leave for more lucrative contracts in very recent history
  13. Ball was in when it hit him, therefore not offside. Should’ve been a goal
  14. I don’t know, the final view looked over the line when it hit the player
  15. Being a female I assumed you all just park it where you like anyway without any thought or consideration. That could be why it didn’t pop into your mind.......... *Its a joke. I’m sure @RedM like any other female driver is fantastic on the roads and great at parking!*
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