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About Negan

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    It's Going To Be Pee Pee Pants City Around Here Real Soon
  • Birthday 10/10/1992

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  2. Too crap to go up*
  3. 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.
  4. 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
  5. Was only a small thing but another one I found strange was Brentford had a cross which deflected and then headed to our goal, which Bentley tipped over, he said "Bentley misjudged the ball and just gets to it" only for the co commentator to say it had deflected and Bentley does very well to adjust himself and make the save. How was he possibly meant to know the ball would be deflected when coming for the cross.. All seemed very very odd..
  6. Always thought last season he got unnecessary stick, I used to come away from games thinking he did ok only to come on here and find him getting slagged off. Last season he kept picking up knocks so I suppose that had an impact on his overall form being put in and out of the side, this season he's started most games and is staying fit. Probably one of the best RB's in the league at the moment, definitely the best RB at crossing. Long may it continue with another assist on Saturday!
  7. Buy a titty calendar instead. Grown ass man with a football calendar is weird.
  8. “Still 0-0 here at Ashton Gate, 93rd minute. Bristol City on the ball with Eliasson, he plays a through ball in to Reid, Bobby has beaten flint for pace as the 6ft 6 man falls to the floor trying to turn around, Reid’s through on goal, OH AND HE’S SCORED, UNBELIEVABLE SCENES. FANS ARE FALLING OVER THE ADVERTISING BOARD AS REID PATS HIS HEAD IN FRONT OF THE AWAY END. Neil Warnock's on his knees. You just love to see it” It’s a yes from me.
  9. Ohhhh god I’ve been sussed out... sorry lads, I lied!!!!! there was no KFC, also I didn’t see Nketiah on the roof either.
  10. Exactly that, mug if you order anything else tbh.
  11. I’m at Ashton Gate, well KFC, few of us are stood here. There’s someone having their photos taken on the roof. Obviously Nketiah as the person is black. Done and done.
  12. Pedro Pereira should go to Bristol, the second tier of English football. The 21-year-old right-back, who was training separately at Caixa Futebol Campus, has pretty much got it right to represent the Championship team next season, having spent the last two seasons with Genoa's Italians. From what Record found, at this moment, it is only necessary to carry out medical examinations for this business to materialize.
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