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  1. He's an idiot because the ref is clearly telling him to go off on the nearest side. He's doubly an idiot because this rule was bought in mainly to prevent time wasting and his side were losing at the time
  2. You do realise that we can only have 18 players in a match day squad but clubs require more players than that to cover the 18 places?
  3. Walsh at QPR. Cup I know but still outside the box
  4. Loved that season but come on Steve ' A hunger for developing young players' , really? You wouldn't even fill the bench with them
  5. I may be wrong but I would imagine the FA/EFL will wait till after the results of any criminal investigation is known
  6. to be fair when we bought him he was a full international so we knew what we were getting ourselves into. Its not a new concept.
  7. Only fair seeing Dopey sold a 10 million pound striker
  8. Knowing how shrewd Mark Ashton is maybe he left the can't play against Stoke clause out of the contract? . Just imagine the Stoke fans if Benik popped up with the winner. I'm sure this happened to us in the past. David Seal at Northampton if I recall correctly?
  9. Is that the purpose of a loan to help out the team they are going to?
  10. No it was the Freight Rover Trophy
  11. Isn’t Julie’s post enough?
  12. It wasn’t that chant though was it?
  13. It has already been classified that it was more serious than that
  14. STATEMENT: PERSISTENT STANDING FRIDAY, AUGUST 30TH 2019 Bristol City Football Club would like to thank its thousands of supporters who are able to attend matches at Ashton Gate Stadium. They help to create a wonderful atmosphere and the efforts of all supporters is hugely appreciated. During the summer break, the Sports Ground Safety Authority (SGSA) - which licences every stadium for spectators - and the Safety Advisory Group (SAG), met on numerous occasions and it has been made clear of the need to advise against persistent standing, which could lead to crowd collapse. Supporters should also be made aware that those who also fail to comply with SGSA regulations, may also see their club’s ground capacity reduced. The club would like to remind supporters to stay seated in the interest of health and safety and to allow all spectators to enjoy the games. Ashton Gate’s Head of Safety and Security Dave Storr said: “Supporters in the back rows in the Dolman and South Stands have received direct contact regarding this and the request is made to all supporters to please stay seated whilst the game is in progress. “This is for safety reasons and to assist other supporters to enjoy the game. Persistent standing can result in ejection from the ground and a season card or match ticket being revoked. “The SGSA has a responsibility to ensure Ashton Gate Stadium complies with the all-seater policy and if we fail to comply, the SGSA will ask the SAG - who issue our Safety Certificate - to consider reducing our capacity.” Bristol City Football Club and Ashton Gate would like to thank fans for their co-operation.
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