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  1. Its even funnier than that, they think he is going to solve all their injury problems. https://tractor-boys.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=67654
  2. Doing a quick google search it looks like you can get into Guernsey anyway if you know the right people. Warren Gatland was there scouting facilitites for a lions training camp.
  3. As of yesterday it was possible to fly to Guernsey for business purposes. https://covid19.gov.gg/guidance/travel/business Also yesterday a private plane left Bristol flying school (owned by SL) to fly to Guernsey early afternoon and returned at about 3 hours later. https://flightaware.com/live/flight/CLF509/history/20210423/1300Z/EGGD/EGJB All adds up to the meeting being in Guernsey yesterday
  4. Taylor Moore unlikely to be going anywhere as signed a 3 year deal last year. We have a plus 1 option on Weimann's contract which will probably be at existing wage levels. He would be one of our highest earners with a question mark over fitness so I am not too sure on that one. I would keep Well's and hopefully a new manager could get him firing. If we sold him we would no doubt have to take a loss anyway! I would also give Tommy Rowe a new contract, unlikely to be too expensive and has never let us down. Otherwise agree with the opening post. Does leave us with some big
  5. I would agree with this Ashton's role should change to focus on what he appears to be good at, negotiating! Problem is the post covid world is likely to be different with lower transfer fees and less of an opportunity to get big money for our players. Makes him less important and hopefully less powerful. I know someone who used to work for the club about a year ago who said there were some concerns at the time that MA was getting too powerful and big for his boots, perhaps as a result of his success in the transfer market. As Chairman I would have expected JL's role is to keep hi
  6. Wasn't hard, just typed in Jon Lansdown Bermuda into google and this was the first thing in the list. Interestingly enough one of the things I found when I searched was a comment on the Bears forum that JL was in Bermuda posted 2 weeks ago as such it's not new news to many (other than us!).
  7. In Bermuda https://bernews.com/2020/10/official-govt-legal-notices-for-oct-7-2020/ Scroll down a bit and you will find his property purchase listed
  8. Exactly, no point in getting rid of Holden if Ashton is the one making the next appointment! I don't trust him to select our next great Human being
  9. maybe they have given Warnock a call! https://www.teamtalk.com/news/exclusive-middlesbrough-bristol-city-assombalonga-diedhiou-swap-talks
  10. or will he end up the next Shawn McCoulsky?
  11. Hopefully he recovers quickly, with Edwards injured, Sessegnon injured then we have no other right back. Do we know if Mariappa has signed an extension as unless I have missed something he only signed up until January, didn't specify when, beginning or end.
  12. https://www.planetfootball.com/nostalgia/player-every-club-raced-100m-one-hangover-won/ Here is the list of who were the fastest at the time William's won, Bent on the list along with Donowa who also spent some time here
  13. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-8821447/THE-SECRET-SCOUT-Wales-Joe-Morrell-expected-successful-season-Bristol-City.html
  14. I guess we don't know what if any other options there were in the current environment. I work for in marketing for a big Company in London, we sponsor various events both in and out of the sporting world as soon as covid hit anything we were discussing was either put on hold or cancelled and budgets scaled back. Most of the opportunities in the sporting world we had discussed were taken by betting firms! They seem to be the only firms with cash to spend on this sort of thing at the moment.
  15. we can only hope he is as accurate as he was in his first posted article yesterday. I am still holding out for a DOF which would make this all a bit more palatable.
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