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  1. Not sure, but guess what, I've just found this little gem, pre-1992 FA Cup Final between Liverpool and Sunderland:
  2. Yes, and its triple A rated.
  3. Yes. I recall Wayne Fereday of QPR was a winne.
  4. Run Forest, run. Poor Ivan nearly ended up in the front row of the Atyeo. Luckily he remembered to score.
  5. I met my Barnsley supporting friend Alan before the game. He informed me that the currently injured Cauley Woodrow has been playing behind the front two, as the tip of the diamond, since Gerhard Struber's appointment. That would have been interesting to see.
  6. Because I'm a masochist, I like nothing more than seeing my team win every game, that's why I support Bristol City.
  7. Another signing of no fixed ability. Rodrigo. Well, the go was right.
  8. A prayer mat and worry beads for every season ticket holder, plus the Samaritans phone number. Im only joking. The Samaritans said no.
  9. I'm not Johnson's biggest fan, but we all know that there's no way he'll be sacked with the club one point from a play-off spot and transfer targets close to signing. Players are unlikely to want to join City on that basis. Face it, LJ will be here until game 46 and if we haven't made the top 6 I expect Lansdown to cite the lack of progress for firing him. Lets all calm down and get behind the team this Saturday. Three points is a must and the players need us to lift them to victory. While there's still life and hopefully the addition of Eddie Nketiah we have every chance. Come on you Reds.
  10. If you miss easy chances like Diedhiou did, then you always risk conceding. No game on the 25th as Reading are through. We really need to sharpen up in front of goal, that's the difference.
  11. He is a rock, with injury prone written straight through it.
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