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  1. To continue the tangent, what iron where you using? The number of people I see with a new fancy iron, and a substandard ironing board
  2. 100% the role of the manager ... unless you're Nigel Pearson in which case you're given a free pass on bad results as it's still Lee Johnsons fault
  3. Liked the old badge, something unique. Now i can barely tell the difference between ours and Brentford and half the football league. No one laughed at the old one or had any strong feelings against it so what was the point in changing it? As for our identity as a whole. Entry music now some standard generic crap. Awful commercialised half time music and entertainment. Its sad to see how commercialised the stadium and club has become. I remember going as a boy and half time was the cheerleaders, on numerous occasions have seen the wurzels playing, even remember someone parachutin
  4. Its also a team that would get relegated next season with a record low points tally IMO
  5. Ah, yeah agreed. If Pearson sees all the young players as ready now then could be exciting few years to come
  6. Not sure what this thread is getting at?
  7. Without reading back over the whole thread again, can someone fill me in on the gaps. So far I've ascertained: @freezer has decided to get a ST for the rugby instead of City. @steviestevieneville has indicated he wishes for freezer to have a yacht accident due to his glory seeking tendencies. This has since been confirmed as a joke from blackadder. He is also a fake glory fan and would get more gratification supporting Man City? @freezer has disagreed that the comment was funny. In turn adding his own joke to the forum. We've learned F likes comedy about masturbating at the doc
  8. Sadly I think the MLS sums up everything I hate about modern football. Money, Money, Money! I'm almost certainly in a minority id imagine but I think Id get more enjoyment watching City in league one. Can't stand the current crop of lazy, over privileged players, and feel like there is less of a divide between fans and players the lower down the leagues you go. I absolutely love non league football as its reasonably priced, entertaining football and when you're down to tiers 8 and 9 the players are there because they love the game, not turning up for a pay cheque. I've seen mor
  9. whatever gave you that impression?!?!?
  10. I've decided not to renew. Got a season ticket while I lived in Southville. Have now moved to BOA and given the last year I'd rather keep weekends free to see family and friends. Given performances over the last 2 years I'm perfectly happy only going to a handful of home games when it suits and not feeling tied in to going. Will return to my goal of completing the 92 and try tick a few more away grounds off for a nice weekend away. Atmosphere tends to be less toxic at away games and always makes a good day out. I hope many more have realised how unimportant bristol city are in t
  11. We got battered by Swansea and he wasn't manager vs Boro. If you look at it with a sense of realism, yes we hit a bad run. But we wouldn't have lost every game from then on.
  12. Radio Bristol summed it up last night, none of that Wycombe squad on paper would get into Citys starting line up. Why has Pearson the messiah not managed to get a point against Wycombe placed 24th in the table. Further to that, how has he only managed 1 point against teams positioned 22nd, 20th, 15th, 23rd and 24th at the time of playing them? He's the manager. He trains them every week. He picks the squad. He motivates them. A good manager takes responsibility for the performance of their team. If it was Appleton who was on this form, or a league one manager would you be sayi
  13. The stats don't say much: We scored 1 fewer goal? We had 2 fewer shots on target? The opposition had 1 more shot against us (159 against 158) We picked up the same amount of points. Now its worth looking into the detail of those points. Holdens last 11 games included playing teams positioned 5th, 4th, 1st and 2nd in his last 11. The average league position during Holdens last 11 games was (11.8) AVERAGE POSITION 12TH. Contrary to that, NP has played 2nd, 6th and then only one team in the top half (11th at the time). Average league position (15.8) 16th. Pea
  14. I mean mathematically this is just 100% untrue isn't it? We had 42 points before Pearson came in. Had Holden managed the 11 league games Pearson has had and we had lost all 11 we would still not be in the relegation zone. Holden managed 18 wins 5 draws and 18 losses during his time with this same squad at City and this same squad managed 42 points this year under Holden before Pearson came in. Not really seen any improvements in performance under NP and over their times Holden managed to get better results with the same bunch over players.
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