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nick jones of hereford

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  1. Thanks for such a comprehensive report. The injuries to Weimann and Smith worrying as they are such influential players. Anyone know if they are serious issues?
  2. Maybe he asked to come here as, aside from the usual salary, he’s been offered a selection of wives?
  3. Chelsea play in the Borough of Fulham..... whilst Fulham play in Chelsea.
  4. When I lived in Nottingham (a few decades ago) I was told that the City ground was not within the boundary of the City of Nottingham, but was in the County of Nottinghamshire. By contrast Notts County’s ground is in the City. confusing or what?
  5. First match that I saw was against Chichester in the FA Cup first round. We won 11-0 with John Atyeo scoring 5 goals
  6. Walsh was a revelation and although he only played for 45 minutes was my Man of the Match - assuming that one picks someone from one’s own team.... most independent observers would give MoM to Butland with Walsh the best outfield player. i appreciate that an excellent half doesn’t mean Walsh will be consistently as good, but hey, he’s very young and has a fine future in the game. Hopefully he will start against Reading
  7. My view is that our defence is stronger. Our attack is something I reserve judgement on. It looks promising and if Eisa is anything like as good as some believe, then we could have a great season. There has been plenty of change, but I’m optimistic.
  8. RIP I recall him as being capable of scoring some great goals from distance. always sad to hear about the loss of a former hero
  9. Having watched the video interview on the Club’s website, he comes across as a humble balanced individual. A fantastic prospect who, with good coaching, could be a real bargain for the reputed £1.5m
  10. Cary Grant used to watch City when he came to Bristol to visit his mother
  11. We won both the Anglo Scottish Cup and the Welsh Cup. There’s a (somewhat theoretical) argument that we are the only club that could claim to be Champions of Britain
  12. I hope the rejuvenated fit MT who scored last night can keep this up. ...... "Feed the snake and he will score, feed the snake and he will score!" Man City fans used to sing about Goater "feed the goat and he will score!" ....... but "feed the snake and he will score" has a good ring to it
  13. I considered this in 1982. I felt (assuming there was no Phoenix) that I couldn’t follow any team..... there’d be a hole in my life.
  14. I started a post a few weeks ago when Frankie’s distribution was top notch. My view is that if his distribution was consistently good that he would be a Premiership quality keeper. His shot stopping is right up there with the best. Against Barnsley his distribution wasn’t at his best, against Brentford it was poor.
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