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  1. We don't need anyone. Our players have had a nice long rest and are ready and raring to go. We're going to see a different Bristol City this weekend albeit with the same faces.
  2. Wouldn't beating Shrewsbury and then giving Liverpool a good game be a good thing ?
  3. I think the point he was probably trying to make was that they didn't play on Wednesday whereas we did.
  4. Think he's now in charge at Schalke in the Bundesliga
  5. Hughton is the obvious name out there but the big question is whether he'd be at all interested. I've always been impressed with Tony Mowbray - seems to quietly go about his business and build decent footballing teams. Could he be tempted away from Blackburn ? Nathan Jones ? I know he didn't cut it at Stoke but then Stoke have been a bit of a basket case club for a couple of years. Other than that who else is there assuming we don't want to take a massive gamble on an up and coming manager from the lower divisions ?


    Not the only one at fault yesterday but from the highlights it looks like he could have done better with both the 2nd and 3rd goals.
  7. I'll be amazed if it's anything other than an awful game and a 1 nil defeat.
  8. Don't panic, it'll be one of the following: a) Johnson is about to replace Zidane at Real Madrid b) Lansdown has run out of money c) Afobe is injured and we've resigned Lois Diony
  9. Palmer seems to have a bit more room to play in away from home. Palmer's ball to Weimann which eventually led to the first goal was sublime again. Great movement from Weimann also.
  10. Better enjoy him while we can. He's only going to get better. I'll be amazed if he's still with us this time next season based on what I've seen so far.
  11. He's a left back I think. Maybe he's our cover for Tommy Rowe should we need it.
  12. The solution is simple - all out attack !!
  13. Thanks for posting these. He certainly looks a talent - always on the move, very comfortable in possession and great awareness of space, and not afraid to put his foot in. On the basis of these clips he looks ready to step into our midfield - genuinely can't wait to see him live. Really don't know how Johnson gets them all into the team though (Massengo, Nagy, Brownhill and Palmer).
  14. I'll predict that next season Morrell, O'Leary, Semenyo and Janneh will all be involved in the first team squad.
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