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Miah Dennehy

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  • Birthday 30/12/1964

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  1. I've never seen that before. I really can't think of anything to say.
  2. I could be wrong, but I can only remember one of them ever scoring against you for us, Bruce Bannister after about 3 minutes in my first ever visit to Ashton Gate. Maybe there were others in a Gloucester Cup game -and they did matter at the time- but I can't remember them.
  3. I don't think it is though, because I can pretty much guarantee that during the clapping, everyone will still be talking, watching the game and, if there is an incident- penalty appeal maybe- then the focus will be switched to that. Respect would be to bow your head in a minute's silence and think about the person who died, which , in the context of a game of football going on at the same time, just isn't going to happen (and nor should it)
  4. I don't listen to GT all that often, but when I do, he seems okay. However, there is always room for improvement and a couple of thins the OP has mentioned I agree with. Don't read out tweets. I don't give a flying **** that Bertie form Bemmy says 'Up the City' or Tote End Tommy thinks that pasties aren't what they used to be. I find phone ins painful to listen to and I would probably like less fan input not more (and I have been a studio guest in the past and also used to get called pre match when they had a little spell of ringing fans before a game) The other point the OP makes is the whole 'we all want both teams to do well' What a load of bollocks. I don't even much care for people saying 'as long as we come first, I hope they finish second' kind of thing. Some of you may remember the billboards around Bristol after the 1990 game, showing a picture of the league table with us top, you second and the slogan 'Definitely a Dry Blackthorn day'. I thought it was hilarious, especially as I worked in Bedminster at the time and there was one right outside my workplace. Obviously some **** in advertising without absolutely no idea how football rivalry works thought that one up.
  5. As a Bristol Rovers supporting, fat, white, British male, I am somewhat offended.
  6. It was all about the journey
  7. Ah right, I apologise wholeheartedly (I'm pretty sure it wasn't Gurnam Singh anyway!)
  8. The way he sank to his knees when Rickie scored
  9. How does suggesting that a ref is crap make him a racist?
  10. I realise you understand. I was just answering BS3s post.
  11. Yes I'm aware it wasn't you, but no, I'm not saying he is 'making up lies', I'm saying he is mistaken.
  12. I think I may have quoted the wrong post in my last one. No, It wasn't the family stand. That area used to be the family enclosure until about a year ago when it was replaced by a, ummmm, state of the art tent on the east terrace.
  13. Not that it really matters, but it wasn't behind the family stand.
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