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  1. Has Morton gone on loan to Grimsby? I'm beginning to wonder. There is nothing on the City official site, not even as far as I can see on their social media platforms of Facebook and Twitter, which seems to be their preference for reporting these days, and there also seems confusion at the Grimsby end among their local press. Has he not gone because they reported a Covid case?
  2. Just found it an interesting quirk that tonight's derby between Club Brugge and Cercle Brugge (which Club won 2-1) saw the sides managed by (unrelated) Philippe Clement and Paul Clement respectively.
  3. I can understand honest banter with Holloway but have never understood the animosity towards him. As a boy from East Bristol its hardly surprising he supported and then played for the SAGS. Loyal to the club he supported he was passionate about playing for them and not surprisingly took delight when City were beaten. We take as much delight when the SAGS lose. Whatever people think of him he's proven himself to be a decent manager and I have no trouble trusting Morton and Edwards to his care.
  4. A good point made by Micah Richards this weekend is whether the referee views the playback in real time or in slow motion. Incidents can get exaggerated in slow motion.
  5. Reading boss probably will get it. Their transformation is greater than ours.
  6. Couldn't agree more, utterly ridiculous and its killing the game. Everton's penalty winner against Palace yesterday was equally as bad.
  7. Haven't checked myself but been told that the last time City won their opening 3 games in the second tier of English football was 1927/28..
  8. Wonderful Roger Kirkpatrick. I wonder if the video clip of him to the tune of Mud's Tiger Feet can still be found.
  9. I thought the same. The goal was excellent as he followed in, in his wing back role, rather than hanging back, as he might of done as a full back.
  10. Tricky Trees Trumped Three Times - alliteration and joy.
  11. But is it really our club shop anymore? It now comes across as a Bristol Sport shop that sells a limited range of City and Bristol Bears merchandise. As I haven't been there since before the lockdown I don't know if they've tried to cram in Bristol City Ladies and Bristol Flyers merchandise and Dario Franchitti mudflaps.
  12. There's room for improvement but I'd expect that at his age and experience. There are some very good forwards at this level and I don't think he's let us down. I'd take him over some Premier League defenders I could think of, such as Phil Jones etc.
  13. A crap American actor was President of the USA, so why shouldn't another crap American actor team up with a crap Canadian actor to buy a football club.
  14. Can't argue with that. The better second XI won. Do just wonder though whether they'd have got through us do easily had Bakinson started.
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