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  1. I said 10th at the start and I still think that. We haven't played great teams and haven't exactly blown them away either. That being said, often it takes time for a new broom to sort out the team tactically and at least the transition has been smooth.
  2. Ahh well, 102nd minute is a bit sickening. We aren't brilliant and will drop points on the regular this season, get used to it!
  3. That's because even though Hull were also pretty average, it was a bit surreal to be there. Didn't really sink in what an opportunity missed until 3 years later when we entered perpetual decline.
  4. Remember the chaos in the 07-08 season?
  5. We all support Bristol City for a lot of different reasons. But I am intrigued to know what keeps you going? For me, while the atmosphere away from home and the thrill of a last minute goal is satisfying there is an ultimate dream. Not the most realistic, but possible. Seeing Bristol City win a major trophy. Most likely a League or FA Cup. Wigan and Swansea have done it in the recent past. Why can't we? I think if that were to happen I could die happy as a Bristol City fan. Plodding in the EPL Stoke style does nothing for me. That's why the League Cup run was so fun, and why it's been fru
  6. They have a government that works as well. At national and local levels.
  7. Grim. I seem to recall being the person who started what ended up being a stadium wide chant of 'you don't know what you're doing' in the Atyeo stand after Tammy got yanked. Guessing that was around the time of our loss streak.
  8. Was that the game where they were reduced to 9 men over the Christmas period?
  9. Bobby Charlton, England's greatest player.
  10. Yep, likewise people were praising and then slating Moore and now he looks solid, 3 years later. There will be ups and downs but it does look promising for Bakinson, I also am certain Massengo will go on to have the best career out of anyone in the squad.
  11. It's had its day in the late 19th century. Social and economic forces are very much against the likes of Stoke City and Preston I am afraid.
  12. This whole argument is usually bollocks but consider this. Stoke as a city is pretty much an economic non entity these days. No growth, no prospects. Bristol is one of the most successful cities in the UK, outside of London. Apart from Brighton and Edinburgh none are growing as quickly economically these days. Bristol's demographics are good, the climate is decent and the cultural environment is renowned across the continent. Going forward into the middle part of this century Bristol City will be streets ahead of Stoke on this basis. We have a bright future ahead of us.
  13. Hope it's collarbone. May take longer to heal but offers less long term complications.
  14. I also saw a major sign last night. It was a clear sky, I noted that Venus has aligned with Neptune. The Andromeda Galaxy shimmered like a scimitar. Mercury rises in the west which is a good omen for Aries and lovers. Dean Holden is a Scorpio, so he has a strong chance of success in life and friendship this week. Honey, have you got any more of that lovely Burgundy?
  15. I suspect this is going to be wishful thinking as cases start to climb again. I see France have hit 10,500 in one day and they are probably 2-3 weeks ahead of us. October is going to be messy.
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