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  1. Mtimmy11


    No I don't.I just can't see how he can say that watching football under Johnson is more entertaining than watching it under Cottrell.if this is so why is it I have been already offered a season card to buy or I have 3 contacts who have season cards who say they can't be asked to go down because it's like watching paint dry.
  2. Mtimmy11


    So your saying when we won the double under cottrill we were playing boring football.i beg to differ
  3. Mtimmy11

    Can We Just Be Honest

    I've said it before,this is about his 6th or 7th season as a manager it's about time the apprenticeship tag was dropped.we don't look any better than when he first took over and we are nowhere near the form we were hitting this time last season which is worrying
  4. Mtimmy11


    Good point,when I started going down the gate city were just being relegated to the old 3rd div but back in those days you did not expect any of the players to be skillfull except the wingers who bought the crowd to life(howard Pritchard,Alan Crawford,Alan Walsh)but today you expect every player to be able to entertain.
  5. Mtimmy11


    I don’t like lee Johnson I never will but Bristol city are my team and have been for 40 odd years.the proplem with the red button is thats I watch city for 15mins then find myself trying to find a more skill full match on anouther side which I find worrying
  6. It's stopping a lot up my way going to home games too.
  7. Mtimmy11

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    I agree ,I just can’t understand why they never bit there hands off at the time.i will feel a lot happier when something else gets built there(not more flats or houses).i
  8. Mtimmy11

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    I’ve said before,anyone living near the uwe go and have a look at the plot of land for the stadium.i can’t belive they would pull the plug on it and walk away from the deal.the location,transport and PARKING would be first class,I would not be surprised if they announced something soon.Dare I say it would be a great site for a arena.
  9. Mtimmy11

    TAKE THAT at Ashton Gate (Merged)

    Try telling that to my grandad and dad.there will always be a wedlockswedlock’s
  10. Mtimmy11

    TAKE THAT at Ashton Gate (Merged)

    The Atyeo stand would be the stage
  11. Mtimmy11

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Just shown the picture to a gas friend,I think I've spoilt his day.he thought it was going on the flat ground behind and about 5times bigger
  12. Mtimmy11

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    The source I had in the uwe used to say about if people knew how much money the uwe had stashed away there would be a public outcry
  13. Mtimmy11

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Living in north bristol I have a few gas friends ,but when you hear some of the comments in pubs etc you remember why you hate them so much
  14. Mtimmy11

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    After going for a run around the so said stadium site last evening I cannot believe nothing is built there yet.theres no way the gas could afford it so Iam guessing there getting in bed with the uwe on the uwe terms
  15. Mtimmy11

    Is womens sport comparable to mens sport?

    Sky don’t want it because it’s crap.so the bbc big it up as being the next best thing.the problem with this is the women start believing the hype and want to become professional when really it should be kept amateur until they can pay there way instead of subbing of the men’s game