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  1. No not really. Germany and Italy and Holland are other examples of the kit not reflecting the flag.
  2. I was told they shouted Sheeetead at him. But I don't believe it myself.
  3. True, but the residents and the hotel will create extra demand too. Do those blocks have their own parking spaces underneath I wonder?
  4. They'll comfort themselves by saying Mr Pantsdown's flashy Trashton is all very well, but they're not Special like what we are.
  5. Almost certainly. Good thing too, the store is the only part of the original stadium redevelopment that was poorly thought out.
  6. London Irish moving out at the end of the season too.
  7. Best: Norman Hunter (a member of two world cup squads, not whilst playing for us but class is permanent) Worst: Ryan McGivern (Somehow the owner of a Man City contract!)
  8. I am happy that they are getting a bumper crowd and as far as I'm concerned they are most welcome here. It's just a badly written article.
  9. There is an article on the Bristol Bears site that claims that the crowd for their forthcoming fixture with Bath will be a stadium record for a sporting fixture at Ashton Gate. Well that's nice for them, being in those 30,000+ crowds in the 70s must have just been a dream!
  10. What they really mean is the football club wouldn't put enough money in the pot!
  11. I'm surprised this lock down is possible as I thought the car park between the Raynes Road and Winterstoke Road gates was a public right of way for pedestrians. A walkway was kept open during the redevelopment for that very reason.
  12. He used to drink in the Hollybush in Briz. Leopard skin leggings was his choice of evening wear . A real character!
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