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  1. Would like them banned from European competition for a good few years, that's what they really care about. They'll then struggle to attract the best players as a result, may bring about a more competitive premier league for a while?
  2. I don't quite understand the ESL, but it's an exciting new format. All 6 English teams knocked out already? In reality though, this does need to trigger some major changes in the game. All clubs, ours included, now need to recognise the importance of fans (not customers) Only sorry 'cos it didn't work out though.
  3. It's not relegation in their domestic leagues that bothers them it's 'relegation' from the Champions League (ie not necessarily qualifying every year)
  4. Huge mistake by the ref. Forgot the teams had changed ends at half time and awarded the penalty to the wrong team.
  5. good news - we may go down, but not being bottom
  6. If there is no points deduction and the gas go down instead, you know the gas will try to sue someone as a result. Sounds like a typical outcome for them
  7. IIRC, SL brought NP in fairly quickly, and there were comments/suggestions that he was fed up with (Ashton's) long drawn out interview processes. My hope is that SL has run out of patience with Ashton now, and will be more receptive of a strong manager to run the show (given the Bears example too), even if it means a change in direction. He can easily save face, what went before was what was needed at the time, now we need something different for the next stage of our progress. Like others have said, this feels like such a crossroads, and this is one of the biggest decisions SL has had to
  8. I think NP sees us as safe/finishing mid-table, so may as well try things out in competitive matches before the end of the season. I see it as a positive - if he is thinking about next season, hopefully he will be here for it.
  9. Well I hope they score more than one then, I put my money on Bogle scoring against them. Come on Donny Utd(!), improve your goal difference!
  10. It was so unlikely I didn't follow it on the radio, didn't want to hear about the gas staying up. Turned the radio on after full-time, kicked myself for missing it as it happened.
  11. I think we saw it for a few games before LJ coached it out of him. Glad he's got it back!
  12. Sorry if I've missed a thread already, but previous gas shirt sponsors (and still advertising with them), football index in administration Football Index: What has happened to online betting company and what has the fallout been? - BBC Sport Went looking for the connection: New Front of Shirt Sponsor Announced - News - Bristol Rovers Football Index and Bristol Energy - the sort of basket cases the Gas are dealing with, well suited!
  13. New manager bounce in a must win home game against a relegation rival!
  14. agree, someone to keep us up, decide which, if any, OOC players are worth offering new contracts to, and identify targets that they (not Ashton) want to sign in the summer
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