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  1. Wally is back ... and this is one for Viz and their Up The Arse Corner ... https://twitter.com/Official_BRFC/status/1149287222157271040
  2. The problem that the fans face when having to describe their favourite places in Bristol ... My Bristol Favourites Memorial Stadium “Who needs a cutting-edge stadium and innovative training ground when you have the ramshackle Mem? A place where dreams regularly wilt and die with the occasional blooming season. We had two of them with the ‘rise’ from the Conference to League One. Sadly, the ‘evolution not revolution’ hashtag of Bristol Rovers owner Wael al-Qadi suggests we’ve hit our ceiling. Still, Graham Coughlan did a good job to maintain that League One status, albeit in a situation that suited his more conservative tastes. It’ll be interesting to see how this season pans out with the Northern Irishman in charge from day one. Either way, we’ll still come along for the pasties, creaky speaker system and misplaced hope.” https://www.bristol247.com/news-and-features/people/my-bristol-favourites-james-witts/
  3. Yes, I have heard that some of them talk very highly of you ...
  4. Their new Dutch striker will be a firm favourite with the crowds ... Ruud Fokker
  5. How about (they may or may not all be genuine ... who knows?) ...
  6. I think that the whole image should be displayed here for posterity ...
  7. The Gas Hit Squad, feared the world over ... "Joe Dunne, assistant manager, talked a lot of sense, very passionate. Told us some stories about his previous visits to the Mem with other teams and how the crowd basically scared the crap out of his Cambridge team a couple of seasons ago in league 2."
  8. It sounds as though it was a laugh a minute last night ... "Spoke to two fans who attended last nights AGM. Apparently well over a hundred did attend. Both said it was shambolic and disorganised. No Hamer as on holiday and Mike Turner who chaired meeting had to leave before the end ! He was so softly spoken few could hear him and he had no microphone. Apparently the auditors were not invited as a fee would have had to be paid and Directors said rarely are they ever asked questions. Many of the audience said they wanted to ask them questions about accounts and the lateness being prepared. Many of the motions were voted against or failed to get interest from many of the shareholders which was not normal for AGMs. There were exchanges with Supporters Club who have been asking the club for share certificates to confirm the BRSC Share Scheme actually owned them. Club said this was in hand to lots of amusement. Directors confirmed no more ground improvements planned. Manager was away but Joe Dunne the new Assistant manager added some humour to proceedings. Both Wael and CEO said little or nothing till the final minutes of the meeting. Wael to assure fans not to listen to unfounded rumours stirred up by those trying to undermine him. Widdrington confirmed two imminent signings one a young pro from a lower league club. Many shareholders came away feeling our Club was being served by few if any who wanted to improve things."
  9. TAKE THAT (@ BRISTOL CITY) TAKE THAT! (@ BRISTOL ROVERS)
  10. Wow! Looks like the value of the Mem has just doubled ...
  11. Bristol Car Boot Sale Come along and join us at Bristol Rovers football stadium! Our Bristol Car Boot is based at the Bristol Rovers football stadium car park which provides a stunning backdrop to this Car Boot sale. Car Boot Location Ashton Gate Stadium, Ashton Road, Bristol BS3 2EJ I kid you not ... they just can't help themselves ... https://www.nationalcarbootsales.co.uk/bristol-carboot.html
  12. Wally is back ... ... and he is still absolutely determined ... ... to be a total embarrassment to the Sags (and the "famous quarters")!
  13. You only get punctuation with "Waitrose" leaflet design ... the Sags prefer the ambiguity of "Poundland" design
  14. What sort of alternative universe would somebody have to inhabit to even dream this up?
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