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Dolman Block B

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  1. Ha Ha 2 good footballing sides If we have all our players fit we can take the points Afobe has been a revelation and a match winner Should Be a great game though
  2. 2900 the same as Leeds and QPR had Front rows of the Atyeo stand will be black netted I think it’s the same for every championship team this season. The way both clubs have started it should be a cracker. Might even top the Leeds crowd so around 25k
  3. Bottom line is as a free agent he wont get anywhere near his previous salary, and if he gets 20k a week hes a lucky lad
  4. Not too bad as no City games early Sept due to internationals Should be fit after that
  5. I think that hes about the best free agent out there so take a chance. Disaster if we lose a one from Taylor Moore Kalas or Baker
  6. Championship rivals Reading and Wigan are also interested in the centre-back. But Williams could make the move to Lee Johnson’s side in the West Country outfit this week if terms are agreed. The ex-Swansea, Everton and Stoke defender became a free agent when his Toffees contract expired in the summer. Williams has already turned down offers from Turkey, the Middle East and the MLS in America as he was keen to stay in the UK. Bristol City have been on the hunt for a centre-back after they sold Adam Webster to Brighton in a whopping £22m deal. Williams, who turns 35 this week, is expected to be named in Ryan Giggs’ Wales squad on Wednesday for the Euro 2020 qualifier against Azerbaijan next month. The experienced centre-back won his 86th cap for his country in the 1-0 defeat to Hungary in June. He moved one appearance ahead of the late Gary Speed to leap into third place in Wales’ all-time appearance table. And staying in the Championship at Ashton Gate will boost Williams’ chances of continuing his international career.
  7. Dont think Stoke will allow him to play for us against them on Sept 14th ?
  8. Linked with a 12 month move to us. Should be completed this week. Persoanlly take that Ashley Williams is in talks with Bristol City over 12-month deal. Deal could be agreed this week. Reading and Wigan also interested. Boost for @FAWales if he stays in the Championship. Ryan Giggs names squad for crunch Euro 2020 qualifier with Azerbaijan on Wednesday.
  9. You have to think MT is on his way. Sad really as i really like the guy and he gives his all. Wonder what the club value him at and how much they will sell for? My guess £500k tops
  10. My personal view on this is that every City fan has an affection for Matty Taylor because of the "coming from Rovers for a penny" and the general piss take that has seen us getting one over that lot. If he goes then we should all wish him well, Oxford play that lot in a couple of weeks time and it would be good to see him bag a brace. The problem he will have is the hatred from their fans, so i personally dont think he will be on the pitch that day. Wish the guy well though, top bloke.
  11. Bristol City have ended their interest in bringing Bobby Reid back to the club, with Fulham now favourites for the forward's signature. Reports on Wednesday night had suggested that Reid, who only arrived at the Cardiff City Stadium from Bristol City for a fee of £10m last summer, could be set for an exit from South Wales before the close of the deadline, with the Robins among those believed to be interested. Sources across the Severn claim Reid was potentially open to a return to his hometown, but according to sister title Bristol Live , any chance of a move to Ashton Gate has been ruled out in light of Fulham's interest. Reid similarly has ties to London, with his elder sister Marsha de Cordova the Labour MP for Battersea.
  12. Same here. They are rammed with quality
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