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  1. Leeds game

    What seat numbers have you bought
  2. Today's bets......

    Top man great minds think alike good luck
  3. Today's bets......

    6/0 150/1 come on you reds
  4. Gareth Barry

    Kathy Barry
  5. Beating Bolton 6-0 last season

    Personally I find it pretty cruel that the EFL's fixture computer has put our next match a mile away from where I live. So I will be enduring what looks like another thrashing tomorrow along with another 150 (as of Saturday, according to the ticket office) brave souls.Promoted in 2015, they have managed to scramble to safety in the last two seasons, but this year look they have found their feet in this division. The gamble of paying £3m for an unknown striker from the French league in their first season back paid off as not only did they avoid relegation but then sold Jonathan Kodjia to Aston Villa for £11m, thus stabilizing the whole club off the pitch. After Tammy Abraham more than filled that role last season, they have tried a similar ploy, signing Famara Dhiedou for £5.3m in the summer from French club Angers. However it is the coming of age of a number of longer standing players such as home grown youngsters Joe Bryan and Bobby Reid, and long standing players Aden Flint and Korey Smith that has seen them develop into a seemingly decent Championship side. Last home game out Bristol City played superbly well to defeat Derby 4-1. The same Derby who should have led 7 or 8 nil at half time at the Macron a few weeks ago. Hard then to be optimistic about our chances, and every chance we will see the "Bounce around the ground" anthem (to the tune of yellow submarine) in full flight.Karacan is suspended for this one, meaning even less options in central midfield. Surely anybody authorized to enter Lostock in a playing capacity has a chance of being selected for this one? Can any team selection avoid defeat? How about:Alnwick; Little, Wheater, Burke, Taylor; Noone, Pratley, Earing, Morais, Robinson; Madine. 4-5-1. Robinson as an attacking left sided midfielder as I can't think of anyone else to play there. Beevers dropped, Cullen dropped as both have proved to be not up to it in this league so far. Youngster Earing to get his chance, with absolutely nothing to lose imho. Hard to see this not being a depressingly long evening, but mustering a weary COYW.
  6. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    This was a design made by the group of the eight top football stadium they have employed to up grade the tip
  7. Leko getting subbed at half-time - good call from LJ

    Best play him one week give him a rest the next just get the weeks right
  8. Leeds, Wolves, Cardiff?

    Bristol city All day long
  9. Next 5 League Games

    Twelve points
  10. Looks like they are putting out a strong team tonight
  11. Pitch Invader

    And credit to them too we had a chat and they came across very good and a big thanks for keeping us safe
  12. No pay on the day for DERBY county fans, 2,000 rams heading this way

    For me it's about the football not where I sit
  13. No pay on the day for DERBY county fans, 2,000 rams heading this way

    For me it's about
  14. Barnsley / Moneyball

    Shorly that's a tipping mastake was ment to say Bristol rovers
  15. No pay on the day for DERBY county fans, 2,000 rams heading this way

    Why dont they buy tickets in the other stand which still on sale They must be good fans why should the club open up a stand when the rest of the stadium still have seats left
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