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Negan

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  1. It has to be Hughton for me. He’s the manager that can do what LJ did best in making us an established championship team, so there would be no worry of us doing an Ipswich but more importantly can do what LJ couldn’t, and have us fighting for promotion and in my opinion, top 2. Jokanovic is a very close 2nd. I really hope we don’t go for an up and coming manager or someone who has done well in the lower leagues. It very rarely ever works for championship teams, we finally need to go big in the managerial department. Get someone in who has done it in this league before.
  2. I'd imagine its played at Ashton gate. I'd like to think people are smart enough to stay away, playing at AG is the best possible venue we have for quality of the pitch, social distancing measures and dressing rooms etc, LJ believes in the fine margins so our home ground gives us that little edge, despite no fans being there.
  3. Have I had a stroke or am I reading a different comment section compared to the actual article. What’s Maynard got to do with any of this
  4. I’ve not renewed because there is no known end date to this pandemic. For all we know there might not even be a finish to this season or a start to the next this year! Until I know it’s safe to do so I won’t be sitting in a stadium with 22,000 people.
  5. I too have held off on buying one and I'm so glad I did. I'm not going to buy one until I know whats happening, this season is in jeopardy currently so I won't be buying one for next season when I don't even know when next season will start. Things will get a whole lot worse before they get better, there's no certainty that this season will finish and the next start this year...
  6. 6 officially but I’m saying 7 as I couldn’t spell Iriekpen to save my life
  7. THE BRITISH ARE COMING!!!! Up the gypsy king!
  8. Out, and not because of the last 2 results, because of the last 18 months of dross I've had to watch.
  9. A lot of interesting posts. Just want to make it clear, I want this club to be promoted. I want us to be playing the elite and holding our own. I don't want us to be a championship side my whole supporting life. I just found it amusing that the fans of the teams who got what they wished for in premier league football, missing the league they were so desperate to be promoted from. As others have pointed out, if we were to be promoted this season, I don't think it would bode well for us in the prem, however id be very happy for us to be a yoyo team like west brom and Norwich. Would always have s
  10. It's quite the price difference though, will I be refunded the difference?
  11. I won't be renewing in my current seat. I'm in the Landsown currently. First time being in there, haven't enjoyed it too much. Want to swap to the south stand, hopefully there might be an opening in S82. Which is where I had my season ticket when the new stand was first built, loved it there. Then they made it the family section and I had to move, haven't been able to get back there since!
  12. After reading something on twitter about how the Championship is the best league in the world, which is an opinion I strongly agree with, it was funny seeing the likes of Southampton/Villa/Norwich/Watford etc fans also agree and how they "miss" the division. Now that could be down to those teams being too good for the league and usually winning most games and ultimately promotion when they are in it. Which got me thinking, why do we as Bristol City fans want to be promoted? because if we are the likelyhood is we'll lose the majority of our premier league games and be favourites for relegation
  13. That was down to putting Webster in midfield, completely threw them. We need to apply the same intensity like last season, that won us the game. Start like we have pretty much all season and it could be all over for us by HT.
  14. Why add more strain to our pitch for the women? No offence but not enough people really cares about women's football. I may be wrong but when the new training ground is made aren't the women's home games being played there?
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