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  1. Don’t know if it’s been said elsewhere but I was wondering how much a lack of a crowd is changing results. At 2-1 we were hanging on for most of the second half. Would a big home crowd getting on the refs back, wishing the ball into the net had made us even more nervous and lead to an equaliser? Equally at 2-0 down with a home crowd at the end of their tether would Forest have collapsed With us going on to a convincing away win. Away days must be less intimidating now as players have a chance to play through a few bad touches without being hammered by 30,000 fans.
  2. Haha it sounded like he was talking from his bathroom.
  3. I thought he was superb today. Definitely a highlight of a very good away performance.
  4. Great start and great positive football but whatever people’s view on Holdens appointment let’s not get too carried away, give it time and see how the team copes with a bad run, how his man management style copes with players not getting a look in and all the twists and turns of a season. Very impressive start though. Keep it up Dean.
  5. Personally I’ve found the quality of Robins tv good since the restart. I’m watching on my tv through the Firefox browser on my amazon firestick and it’s been really good. The picture is a bit behind other media so I need to turn off goal alerts on my phone and not check WhatsApp but apart from that it’s been good It was an exciting game yesterday but it was helped by Tinnion’s co commentary. I hope they get him back for future games but I guess more often than not he’s on the road watching the loan players.
  6. Same here. Happy to pay but seems to be streaming for free
  7. Will work fine via Firefox. I have been watching without problem via fire fox app on my Amazon fire stick. Saves plugging in the laptop
  8. I just signed up to an overseas video pass, it says £140 on the website and indeed that’s the automatic renewal price when it runs out next September however for some reason the charge taken for this year was only £110???? Perhaps they’ve not updated last years pricing yet?
  9. Correct. Don’t think you will need a code today, just log into your account
  10. Do you have a VPN on? I only see an option to purchase audio at £2.50 when I have my VPN on. When I take the VPN off the tv option also appears. Is the cup game not available to overseas fans?
  11. Well done to the club for this. Seems a sensible approach
  12. I’m looking forward to the new season but I’m more muted than normal. I blame the media output which has been non existent. There’s been no streaming of any of the friendly’s to get me excited (missed trick if they want to temp us to stream games until we’re back in the stadium) and little interactions with players, plus a lack of transfer activity and the initial disappointment of Holden’s appointment (I’ve moved on now). If I was cynical I’d say the media department is working at 20% as they know theres no need to whip up anticipation and excitement to get us to buy tickets until the stadi
  13. Whilst it’s difficult to please everyone I hope the club comes up with a number of options which don’t leave season ticket holders feeling that their commitment to the club isn’t being taken advantage off. There needs to be an acceptance from the club that purchasing a season ticket is a big financial commitment for a a lot of fans but they find the money and the match day experience, meeting up with friends makes the sacrifice worth it. If you’re struggling for cash at what is a difficult time for many and/or feel like a tv pass isn’t reasonable compensation for the commitment made, their
  14. I agree. Last year the club could argue that Covid took everyone by surprise, budgets were set and season ticket money accounted for so refunds could have left them in a tricky position. This season there’s no surprises, budgets should reflect the new normal (Holdens appointment, lack of transfers throughout the league would appear to back this up) and treating season holders fairly with no quibble, no loss of rights refunds for games they can’t take their seat at should happen without argument. if season ticket holders loyalty is taken advantage of by Bristol Sport at a time when they
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