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  • Birthday 10/10/1992

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  1. Unfortunately nothing. We were just mates and ended up going to different secondary schools. She’s an absolute worldie now as well, should have made my move when I had the chance.
  2. I have a big soft spot for Arsenal. I don't "support" them but if I had to chose a team I'd like to see win the prem, assuming city aren't in it, then it would always be Arsenal. I can remember being in primary school, I was about 8 or 9, I liked football but didn't actually have a team I supported, I just played it a lot. Nobody in my family were big football fans so Bristol City weren't even a consideration to me as I was only really aware of the prem teams. Then on a non school uniform day a girl I had a crush on came in with an Arsenal top on and so the charade began, went up to her and said I supported arsenal too. I then fully invested in the lie, asked my mum for an arsenal shirt and started watching them, I then actually fell in love with football properly having seen the likes of Henry, Bergkamp, Pires etc. Become Thierry Henry obsessed, even to this day 14 is my favourite number. Then one day in school there was a raffle I was the first number to come out and the 2 top prizes were 2 tickets to horses world in stockwood or 2 tickets to watch Bristol City vs Swindon, its funny thinking back now as I genuinely didn't know what to pick I chose wisely though and went with the city tickets, we won 2-0. Murray and Tinnion scoring. Thank god I did otherwise I could be an arm chair arsenal fan, and yes whilst city aren't anywhere near the level of the gunners, I'm glad Arsenal aren't my team, that club is in a right mess. Having said that I always watch them when they are on and want them to win, shame to see such a great club scrapping it out now in the europa..
  3. We’ll beat Wigan, Barnsley, QPR & Derby. Draw against Birmingham and Brentford. Lose to Reading & Leeds (goes without saying might as well save our energy and forfeit the game)
  4. No, it’s still Daniel Bentley FC.
  5. So by this logic we've only played shit 4 times this season? Haha... If we lost every time we played shit we would be bottom of the league. I genuinely think we've played well in maybe 3, at a push 4 games this season. How we are 4th I genuinely don't know... well actually I do, his name is Daniel Bentley.
  6. I was worried about this too. We've gone from a consistent back 4 which contained Kalas and Webster, to a defence that changes more than the weather. The way we play has also changed drastically. I like Baker but he's nowhere near Webster's level, Williams is also solid but again, not near Webster or even Kalas' level when he's on form. I think we'll be ok for the rest of the season, it should be good enough to get us in the top 6, but it definitely needs addressing next season, even more so if we get promoted. Wouldn't say it's something that needs sorting in January, just a striker or two. With the return of Kalas and Dasilva, hopefully that helps tighten the back up, can't forget we've missed arguably our best 2 defenders pretty much all season so far.
  7. Why hunt? That side isn’t the problem, I’d see if Pereira can play LB, Rowe is getting done every time. Palmer on for HNM for sure.
  8. Negan

    Eliasson

    Wouldn’t say he’s playing poorly. Millwall have got a man on him constantly, rightly so. He’s put 2 dangerous balls in so far even when he’s not at his best.
  9. Maybe I should try and get down there for the 2nd half...
  10. Cheers all. Seeing as I’m not there you can guarantee a 6-0 win incoming and a Famara Diedhiou masterclass...
  11. Can’t make it down tonight. Is it on the red button?
  12. West Brom Fulham Leeds Preston Bristol City Brentford
  13. I see what you mean but no manager would say “one of the best teams in the league” when talking about Barnsley, Wigan, Hull, Reading, Millwall, Luton, Blackburn, Birmingham, QPR. I think we’ve earned the right now to be called one of the best and it would be a shock to see us struggling.
  14. After reading Graeme Jones comments about us pre match being “one of the best teams in the league”, along with several other managers/players/pundits so far this season sharing that opinion. Are we now in the category of too good to go down? Now this obviously doesn’t mean it’s impossible for us to be relegated but would we now be a “shock” team to be in the bottom 3? For the first time, since Gary Johnson’s time at the club, and now our 2nd stint in the championship, as a club, we are one of the big boys in the championship in my opinion. We’re not a club where other teams look at us as a “should probably win” game, where as 2 years ago I think most clubs in the league looked at us as a probable 3 points. We’ve got to the point where most people at the beginning of the season have Bristol City in their top 10 predictions rather than bottom 10. Lee Johnson has taken this club to the next level, where I‘m not even concerned at the beginning of the season we’ll be fighting to stay up, and I think he’s the man to take us that step further and get promotion. Bristol “too good to go down” City
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