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  1. Bobby Reid song

    To the tune of "We didn't start the fire" - Billy Joel "Reid didn't start on fire, But he's found his form and now he can't stop scoring Reid didn't start on fire, But if you ask 'em he hates the gas scum"
  2. Bobby Reid song

    Reckon that'll make Bobby feel proper special
  3. Local Team

    Today's shot in the dark; I'm looking to join a local Sunday league team as my work pattern has now changed; but the important caveat is they have to train on Thursdays. Gumtree & the like has brought me no joy so far so if you play for/ know a team that fits the bill, the floor is yours.
  4. The Rules of Playing For Bristol City

    Thou shalt remain humble in defeat, realising when we didn't quite haveth enough. Thou shalt go again.
  5. Mystery trialist involved in open training session

    Is this some drawn out attempt at a Gustav Engvall gag?
  6. OTIB FRINGE ... Dont fancy Rovers chances but...

    {To borrow your formula} Whats the difference between a constipated owl and a crosseyed Wael pretending to be a gameskeeper? One hoots but can't shit...
  7. Smoke

    This... to a degree. I would never attempt to speak for everyone but I suffer from Asthma as do other posters. Personally, a smoke bomb/ flare et al has never triggered my asthma in any way. if you don't think they add to the atmosphere then I vehemently disagree - you've clearly never been "in" one.
  8. Famara Diedhiou [Merged] And now signed!!!

    Before I knew it he was playing for City, singin' "Do wah diddy diddy dum Diedhiou" Big goalscorer just as natural as can be, singin' "Do wah diddy diddy dum Diedhiou" He scores three (scores three) He scores four (scores four) We scored three and scores four, then he scores a little more
  9. Sweden v France

    Giroud's goal wasn't bad...
  10. "He ate his greens" XI

    George Elokobi
  11. At the risk of having none of you guys talk to me again, I almost find most cliches like this hilarious because of their overuse and misuse. The key is to use them in everyday conversation. Example: Person: "Why did you only get half of the items on the shopping list" Me: "Yeah, no, as I say, Asda is a tough place to go. I competed in every facet today and was constantly in and around the groceries. To be fair, I probably lacked a little bit of quality in the final third (of the aisles), but the fans were class today. Thankfully there's another shopping trip Tuesday night and we go again."
  12. Best opposition player this season?

    Surprised I'm seeing so many shouts for Shelvey; Mo Diame is much better IMO.
  13. Best atmospheres this season?

    I thought Sheffield Wednesday's home support was top draw; not just as they made their comeback but when they did, my word, was Hillsborough rocking on three sides.
  14. Music at start of 2nd half

    Well in that case here's these... Joking, obviously. *cough*what about Pill Pill?*cough*
  15. Tammy to turkey

    Different style of football to further his education, potentially European competition aswell depending on which team he signed for. It'd be a risk in some senses but as a coach I'd be impressed by a young man willing to take that risk when he could easily get another domestic loan, rinse, repeat.
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