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ZiderEyed

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  1. Design is clunky, seems like a generally weird idea, and it’s massively virtue signalling. Admire the gesture but it’s still cringeworthy.
  2. Let it go mate. Try and enjoy something without having a moan.
  3. In terms of weird City related things, last night I dreamt that Tyreeq Bakinson started for England. He was also white. Make of that what you will.
  4. "Book these Bristol cuunts who keep kicking the ball away" Mon the DH Shithousing Reds.
  5. I'd stab my own mother to death if Dean Holden asked me to.
  6. Warnock is a great manager and a great guy. Anyone who says otherwise is a fool imho. I hope he makes a quick recovery and is back out there ASAP.
  7. I think people fail to realise how much control the manager and coaches have now. The analysis dept. is viewed as almost entirely subservient to their whims, often. All the information this setup provides is gold dust, and the management's failure to use it is their failure, not the analysis department. There are plenty of other critisisms that are more than valid to aim there, but the actual data provided through this is not one. Youre right on Stanton. I've met SS once and we had a 5 minute chat - I found him extremely bright and open, completely willing to explain the sort of things
  8. Hopefully as a bright man he'd see it as a brilliant tool for analysis, data collection, and another tool to inform the coaching process. Honestly, if you're not using data/performance analysis in football then you're a relic of the past. I do paid, part-time performance analysis for a local club at Step 4. Step 4!!! I have to say that every single aspect of this would be the wet dream of the Head of Coaching at the club I'm at (and myself tbh). We use a Veo camera and budget telestration software via NacSport, but the amount of value you could get from drones and big screens for li
  9. Very cool article from TGG. https://trainingground.guru/articles/sam-stanton-building-an-analysis-culture-at-bristol-city IN the summer of 2013, Bristol City had just been relegated to League One and were rebuilding. This was when I was brought in by the club from West Brom, where I’d been a Performance Analyst for two years, to become their first Head of Analysis. The Director of Football, Keith Burt, and the manager, Sean O’Driscoll, wanted me to create, develop and manage a performance analysis department, as well as a means of using analysis to recruit players. A
  10. What a bizarre thread. NTTDS worthy.
  11. Local team near me have marked out with red tape areas that fans can't stand in all around the edge of the pitch. They're all cleaned at the end of the match, and the tape replaced if it's not salvageable.
  12. Depends what part of the City you're moving to mate. Plenty of men's football clubs all over the place that are always looking for players.
  13. One to upset the purists.
  14. Jam Baxter is absolutely the most talented member of the new school of the UKHH artists imo.
  15. @Smokeyis spot on, but it's definitely more widely seen as Hip Hop imo. Extremely famous track that. The West Coast of the US tended to produce more stuff like this (think gangsta rap), whereas the east coast has a more definitively Jazz influenced sound. It's the almost polar opposite of the 60s/70s of rock. NY in particular has a distinctly jazzy tone. A Tribe Called Quest epitomise that for me. You might like this. Mobb Deep were NY, but fused the gangster stuff with the smoothness of the East Coast HH style. Prodigy, of Mobb Deep, died in 2017.
  16. Walsh - Morrell - Williams would be my preferred three. Nagy hasn't done enough for me. Not sure he's capable of being a connector between midfield and attack in the Championship. He seems to move between the lines, but fail to occupy good enough positions to receive the ball (i.e drops too deep or not deep enough). Definitely the sort of player that exceeds with an extra 2-3 seconds on the ball, and who would be the envy of our fans was he playing in a possession oriented side who could shift the ball around the midfield all day and guarantee the deeper midfield players an extra bit of t
  17. Found Return of the Drifter on white label in Weston last year for 15 quid, needless to say I snapped it up! Saw him at the Fleece last year on his tour too. I really enjoyed Billy Green fwiw, was an amazing album considering the evolution in content from him. Although you’re right and he never really reached the heights his obvious talent promised. Wiccaman Theory might be my favourite ever HH track mind - Chester is a genius.
  18. Big HF fan, shocked at how far Ocean Wisdom has managed to get. Shame he left HF but always good to see someone with his talent excel. Absolute tune that. Cappo is one I always have my eye on too. Jehst, Chester P and the rest of the UKHH graduates are very much my babies. I maintain absolutely that those two are the best the UK ever produced! I'll buy a pint for anyone who can name me a better UKHH artist haha
  19. @Notbarrymanc @jaydee=inspiration Off the back of the Dilla thread thought I might start a Hip Hop one for the small cross-section of City fans/HH enthusiasts. Here's 2 tracks I've been spinning a lot, both out the BLAH! camp: Not the kind of traditional boom bap Dilla is known for, far more gritty and underground, but very much and old school sort of vibe to it.
  20. PFA Championship Team of the Year had Ayling (sold for peanuts), Eze (who we passed on) and Watkins (who we passed on) in it. Ayling is now a PL player, Eze has gone for 14m, and Watkins has gone for 33m. Just saying like.
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