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Lord Northski

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Lord Northski last won the day on January 9 2018

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  1. Well, everyone seems to be in agreement, which has been the case for years. So FFS start f*(king building it.
  2. Would be great, albeit the metal girder holding the stand up is already sagging in the middle.
  3. Regarding the training ground; As I drive past the site, there large fenced compound area with portacabins and the like that’s appeared over recent months, but no actual works seem to have started, albeit I’m not sure if I’d see anything anyway. Firstly. Anyone know if part of the development is to be in the field directly adjacent to the road or is it happening in the field behind the field? so to speak. Secondly. Knowing that most of us haven’t got anything better to do, any chance that the club can set up a webcam so we can watch it go up? Alternatively of course, we could always tap into Bielsa’s one that’s already there.
  4. Great interview, loads of stuff I did didn’t know about him Really enjoyed listening to it. Thank you.
  5. Clearly United haven’t been the same since Sir Alex left, although their tail spin seemed to start with The City beating them at Ashton Gate. Until then their fans seemed to find it incredulous that such events could happen. Now they don’t. That was a good night
  6. and Jamie Patterson was mentioned loads too
  7. Hey it’s a game of opinions. But we had Fammy leading the line pretty much for all of last season and didn’t get promoted and you’ll probably agree that we looked pretty incapable of scoring yesterday.
  8. As our promotion chances have received a pretty terminal kick in the nuts with the injury to Afobe. Perhaps we could persuade another club were to end a contract with one of their reserve strikers and we just happened to sign him 20 minutes later on the promise that we sign another player from them for £10 million in January. Reckon that our credit will be regarded as pretty much gilt edged out there in football land. Clearly there’s an elephant in the room that it’s contrived to get around the rules. But experience tells us that the rules are tightened only after someone has got away with it.
  9. Nothing to see here. It’s an interview about a forthcoming interview. Bet they don’t ask him about his beard though.
  10. All these injuries cannot be a coincidence. Reckon they’re all trying to get the day off to go to a wedding.
  11. I heard somewhere he’s only signed until January, hopefully I’m wrong. But if so, think we should sign him for the season at least.
  12. Probably like many, my end of the game experience means a few minutes chat with those who sit around me as we shuffle towards the exits and walk towards our cars before heading off in different directions. We then turn the car radio on and listen to Geoff Twentyman, who I’ve always loved on the radio and think he does a pretty good job given his remit and budget. However, I think it’s time we had a shake up and the supporters of all the “big” local clubs are given a better, tailored, post-match offering which will mean that us City fans wanting to hear people talking about City wouldn’t have to listen to a seemingly interminable interview with a Yeovil Town manager or a Yate Town kit man or a Gas supporter on the way home from a 2 all draw away at Canvey Island. If Radio Bristol can manage to split its frequencies for concurrent commentaries, then surely there’s both the staff and the capacity for a custom-fit post match offering, allowing us all to wallow in everything Bristol City, with a round up of what happened elsewhere. Plus, why does their traffic reporter bloke always say that everything seems to be running well on the roads, when we’ve been stuck in Bedminster for the past 45 minutes? Clearly the success of team specific podcasts and Radio Bristol’s own Monday evening slot for City fans shows there’s a demand, but the immediate post-game audience offering falls way short of what could be provided, given the tens of thousands who have just left the game and may be listening at home. Think it’s time the Beeb upped their game and provided the programming a majority of its audience wants, rather than the same old, same old which is tired and had it’s day.
  13. Random, but remarkable nevertheless https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-49640345
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