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KernowRed

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  • Birthday 02/10/1940

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  1. Burton Albion,s purchase of the floodlights. Burton Observer 20 May 1965.
  2. Another report on the 1st Floodlit match 27 Jan 1953
  3. 1st Floodlight match 27 Jan 1953, previous fixture postponed due to fog 20Jan 1953
  4. Brentford P26 W14 D9 L3 F48 A26 GD22 PTS 51 Bristol City P27 W12 D3 L12 F29 A31 GD-2 PTS 39 Why the difference, we cannot score goals! This has been a failing for years, we just cannot have the means to construct a formula for scoring. The defence record is not too bad, just over a goal per game let in, whereas Brentford is a goal per game let in. Sort out a poacher, such as Zac did last night, and things would improve no end. Bickering about staff will get you nowhere, its all in the mindset of the players! Nuff said, back to my
  5. How about giving AS a boost with some more votes? Lowest number of votes at the moment. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/55803556
  6. Give him a boost and vote for him on the BBC FA Cup best goals? https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/55803556
  7. Bit more from BCFC https://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/highlights-bristol-city-2-0-preston-north-end/
  8. Totally agree, but surely not as bad as the present time.
  9. Do Empty Stadiums Affect Outcomes? The Data Says Yes Just my observation trying to find a reason why City do not perform at home, extracts plus link to article. ''The performances of home teams in the Bundesliga have, for all intents and purposes, collapsed in front of empty stands. The number of home victories slipped by 10 percentage points, to 33 percent of matches in empty stadiums from 43 percent in full ones. The change has been so extreme, in fact, that Lukas Keppler, a managing director of the data and analytics firm Impect, noted a sort of “negative home adv
  10. You can travel to our County, but you must abide by the rules of the Tier you reside in. Tier 3 cannot go in a pub, Tier 2 can order a meal but must leave when you have eaten it.
  11. Peacock and Pitt in the local derbies, obviously 1950's
  12. KernowRed

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    Roberts had slipped and was falling, in process on the ground he slightly lifted his right leg and caught AS who then fell, defo penalty. Roberts then flailed his left leg in attempt to convince his leg went up after the trip. See BCFC.UK highlights. https://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/highlights-bristol-city-1-1-swansea-city/
  13. Dont you sidestep to avoid stepping on something smelly and nasty?
  14. Watched all those plus Dennis Roberts, Captain and he finished in 1954.
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