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  1. Agree with most of the above. King St is a great night. Plenty of bars and food including The Apple cider boat and Three Brothers burger boat at the end of King St on Welsh Back. Most of the stuff that way is smaller independent businesses. If you are more mainstream then the Harbourside/waterfront is always good for a night including all the usual suspects. Match day, there are 2 main routes to the ground which can be pub crawls. First: Pitcher and Piano (breakfast from 10am Slug and Lettuce Grain Barge Mardyke Pump House Nova Scotia, and then a 20 minute walk to the ground. Other route through Bedminster will take you past a lot of Home fan only pubs but the ones below I've definitely seen away fans in. Wild Beer Company Coronation (Dean lane) Steam Crane North St Standard Tobacco Factory Bristol Beer Factory Sunday, if you are still here for a roast then the Coronation on Dean Lane, or Number One Harbourside are both cracking. Enjoy your weekend here.
  2. Just had a look. That is a cracking shirt. Currently sold out in everything except Small and XXXL. Which is a gutter.
  3. I can always hear what's being said when I'm in my seat in the South Stand, but that might be I'm in a 'prime' position. Whether it's a benefit to hear Downsy or not is for another thread. But, after the match I was under the Dolman waiting for friends, and I definitely heard some kind of garbled tannoy. No chance of making it out though. So, I have to agree that is a safety concern. Maybe one for the SAG. Might take their minds off standing now there is a genuine concern to look into.
  4. 0-0 draw without him today.
  5. Have you got their 'away support as a proportion of home support' to hand by any chance?
  6. No way can you be banned for a peer reviewed scientific report.
  7. Yes, I recall that I think. First half, just outside the penalty area in front of the South Stand. Baker wasn't even looking at him, and was stationary when he bounced off of him trying to get him booked. Absolute ****.
  8. Well done. That takes a lot of courage. I wasn't there but thank you for standing up for people. Thank you.
  9. I did, after he was clattered. Running became lacklustre. Kicking the ball led to a whince every time. Went on a out 10 minutes before he came off.
  10. Not sure that GWR can confirm they have closed the lines to be honest. Although I'm sure the main point of the thread is true. Probably down to the rules of the route and patrolling frequencies.
  11. It goes from the 450,000 that Hull allegedly offered to 4 million in half a page.
  12. I use it more after we win. Try to stay off it for a couple of days after a loss. That way I don't have to see all the negativity and scapegoating. Don't get me wrong, it's others choice to voice how they feel, but seeing it makes me even more down after a loss, so I try to avoid it all if I can. Cannot always manage it though.
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