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Rudolf Hucker

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  1. Rudolf Hucker

    Reminder: Supporters Bar open to all at HT and post match

    Well I managed to make it work at Horfield on Tuesday from AG ...
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    Reminder: Supporters Bar open to all at HT and post match

    Shall I bring my newly acquired universal remote?
  3. Rudolf Hucker

    Could our next head coach come from within?

    I'd take this role very seriously, especially with the WFC, working diligently using advanced massage techniques to reduce stiffness. How much will I have to pay?
  4. Rudolf Hucker

    Bristol City WFC

    To date, only Minogue has been lucky; lucky; lucky.
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    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Let's face it, that would stop most of us from attending a match.
  6. Rudolf Hucker

    Bristol City WFC

    They're all a bit too young and fit for me, I'm afraid. I tried to convince them otherwise but to no avail. Their loss. At least I still have Kylie.
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    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    To them, compared with the Memorial Ground, Loftus Road is a lovely state-of-the-art stadium.
  8. Rudolf Hucker

    Love letter to Londoner

    I'd prefer him (and everyone else) to post what I like.
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    Wilfred Zaha - New deal

    The side that's been near bankruptcy more times than Wael's watched Babestation. £125k per week is £6.5m per annum which equates to £32.5m over the contracts 5 year term. Just let that sink in ...
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    Lee Johnson - Time To Go

    Methinks @Londoner is Dean Smith
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    Injuries striking again.

    ... which put him out for 6 weeks.
  12. Rudolf Hucker

    Do we expect to find one these in the toilets at QPR?

    Do you go into the gents in all of the grounds you visit, @RedM?
  13. Rudolf Hucker

    Managing Expectations

    Webster is a completely different replacement for Flint; he'll prove to be far less of a goal threat but conversely will I feel defend our goal as competently, though in a different style. I agree with @Major Isewater, if Baker wants a big money move to a bigger club he'd better step up and earn it because he hasn't started the season particularly well imo. Too early to say but Weimann looks to be a near as damnit a straight replacement for Reid. Whether he can sustain his early season goal scoring will be interesting to see but I'm optimistic that he can. Kelly was always going to be the replacement for Bryan; DaSilva has been added to the ranks to provide additional cover. I don't feel that the club has failed to replace our outgoing players; I think they've done well to deal with transfers out which we all knew were going to happen. I've been a season ticket holder for 42 years continuously. I've renewed through thin and thinner and will continue to do so until the day I die or I can no longer remember who I support. I've been given duff gen by a lot of Chairmen, owners and managers over time but I don't feel that's happened this season. That the expectations of the OP (welcome to OTIB, by the way) have not been met appears to me to be because you've set for yourself the wrong expectations.
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    I was there. Playing at cb I thought that Kelly looked calm, composed and unflappable. Against physical, hustling forwards he more than held his own, his one noticeable weakness being in the air where he competed well but failed to dominate. He passed well out of defence and seemed to interact well with DaSilva. When the latter was substituted, Webster came on to play as the left-sided cb, where he moved like a Rolls Royce - smoothly, elegantly, comfortably and completely in control (he never gave his opponent a touch of the ball) - and Kelly moved to lb. Kelly slotted in well at lb and looked good although his attacking aspect of this role needs to improve; he got into the right positions but his final delivery was not great (which is the aspect of Bryan's game I feel we'll miss most). As the attacking became more frantic in the closing moments, Kelly appeared at the back post in a great position to stoop and head towards goal instead of which the ball appeared rather to hit his head and dribble out harmlessly for a goal kick. Kelly is going to be a really fine defender (and attract for the club, in the future, a very large transfer fee); his build says that one day he'll be an accomplished cb and undoubtedly he could perform in that role for us now in an emergency but he needs to continue to improve his upper body strength before that becomes his primary position. We all need to be patient with Kelly and accept that from time to time he'll make costly mistakes as he learns the game. As supporters we must refrain from getting on his back. In my opinion he has the capability to one day perform at the very top of the game. One day.
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