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Posts posted by Chris_Brown

  1. 1 minute ago, Malago said:

    Fulham 3-0 up at home to Hudds.

    Question:  If QPR and Fulham can play at home on the same day, why can’t we play at home the same day as some mucky little lower league side in Horfield.?

    I don't agree with us not playing on the same day but I suspect the answer is to do with A&S having <3000 police officers and the Met having >30000

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  2. 15 hours ago, BS4 on Tour... said:

    Wasn’t it an ovation for Darren Pratley when he scored both for the Swans in one of the most complete performances I’ve ever seen from an away side at Ashton Gate? We lost 0-2 - I think it was around 2010 or 2011, they were just sublime, gave us a real footballing lesson and were roundly applauded by the Ashton Gate crowd at the end ... Salako only played around 10 games for Swansea on loan didn’t he? Don’t remember us getting absolutely battered by them in his short time there, could be wrong though ...


    15 hours ago, Lanterne Rouge said:

    Leon Brittan I think mate but you`re right, it was a superb performance from them that night.



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  3. 2 hours ago, Xiled said:

    Very, very interesting interview.

    When players such as Nagy speak such good English, you get a better level of honesty in these interviews compared to their UK born counterparts. It's brave of him to say that he didn't settle and missed his life in Italy. I would be surprised if anyone could make that transition easily. Thankfully, we're heading into a better part of the year and if he starts to feel more at home, I think we'll see better performances again.

    To an outsider, Milan Đurić didn't appear to come to terms with life in Bristol after his move from Italy. His social media made it look like he was doing his best but it was pretty minimal compared to his previous life. The long injury lay-off did help but it wasn't surprising that he went back to a lower standard of football in a country he felt was home. Although the days are short and the winters are hard in Sweden, it's good to Niclas Eliasson interviewed with a smile on his face because he does seem to be coping with the rubbish UK winter.

    I really hope Nagy settles with us as I think he has the potential be an exceptional player.

    I think Djuric could have been a very important player for us if he had settled. 

    I think the same of Nagy - he's the kind of ball playing midfielder we've been wanting for a long time. I hope he settles and rediscovers the form he showed when he first arrived. 

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  4. It's absolutely possible to appreciate the skill of and entertainment provided by a player like JET while lamenting some of his shortcomings. 

    JET has not achieved what he was capable of in his career because (it seems) he didn't want to put in the effort. 

    Skuse, Pack and the like have achieved what they have in their respective careers exactly because they put in the effort. 

  5. 3 hours ago, Garland-sweden said:

    The scan was ok and he dont need operation. He will be 100 fit again, Nagy said that in an interwiev, Robins on the wire.

    That's great. I just hope he is genuinely allowed to become fully match fit before we start him. 

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