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  1. Could we get over one thousand Bristol City fans to Norwich?

    Don't forget clubs like Leeds etc tend to have fans all round the country so you'll normally get a good number added onto the away support from locals.
  2. Oh Lee Johnson...

    Oooh, you're so edgy.
  3. Thankyou Tony Pulis

    I thought he played a number of cute passes and dangerous crosses. That dinked ball with the outside of his boot with no backlift that put Bobby in at the end of the first half!!!
  4. Johnson out

    Fair play mate. You've been pretty vociferous in your attacks on LJ so good to hear.
  5. Thankyou Tony Pulis

    What a ******* talent. Too good for the championship.
  6. Yeah, took a while to get into it but some great link up and hold up play as the game has gone on.
  7. Nathan Baker - Discipline

    I wouldn't say the one against Wolves was a tactical foul, it was a bit unnecessary I thought. The Reading one was though.
  8. Reasons to be positive

    Lost 1 in 9 including the cup games. Or 2 in 16 going back to last season. I'm not sure @Thatch35 deals in logic or reason though.
  9. Opposition Views

    Yes, there was an interesting article than explained the whole expected goals thing. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.bbc.co.uk/sport/amp/football/40699431 it talks about the difference between what we think is a must score chance and how often they are actually scored. The third goal would be a perfect example I'd imagine in that it's a very good opportunity to score but the actual conversion rate of a chance like that is probably a lot less than you think. It's worth reading the article and I think the expected goals count is a much better barometer of your attacking performance and the quality of chances created than any shots/shots on target count.
  10. Highlights up

    Yes, fault was the wrong word. I can see how Korey got confused, but as you say it's the small margins that make the difference, and it would of been safer for Korey to just track the guy as he was flying into our box, with the pass obviously on. Anyway, whats done is done now.
  11. Paterson on the bench

    I know they don't look dangerous but I get the impression they work well for Flint when they come off. That's what happened for Bobby's goal last night. Flint headed it towards goal from a Pato corner.
  12. Highlights up

    I know but that's Korey's fault. He was tracking back and can't expect Baker to suddenly turn and follow the guy already in full flight in that split second. Korey should have just stayed with his man I think, its the safest bet.
  13. Highlights up

    I can't really see how Baker is at fault. The player moved away from him but it's still Korey's man to track. If a player's breaking into your area like that you can't stop tracking half way, whatever happens around you.