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Bernard Lerring

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    The penultimate touch was a bit heavy, which meant that the finish was less composed and he still didn't miss by much. Certainly not worth berating him for, as some around me did (always do) He plays with passion, he's improving all the time and is on course for his best return in English football. I don't get the animosity towards him The argument over being our most expensive signing ever? He was 5m for a seemingly guaranteed 12+ goals a season, seems a decent return to me
  2. Anyone claiming they couldn't hear anything is either deaf or deluded. It was a great effort by (different sections of) the crowd, that was fun to be part of and undoubtedly helped see us over the line. There's been a lot to whinge about at Ashton gate for a while now, but neither the performance or the atmosphere warranted any whingeing tonight. Have a night off and enjoy it ffs
  3. Unfortunately you're right. It seems really easy to "do a job on us" at the Gate. Turns out ive paid 700 quid over the last 2 seasons to watch many teams do the same job on us
  4. End of the week, Friday feeling, everyone's got a few beers onboard, under the lights, city on good form and a chance to make a real statement of intent. I can't wait. Hope the gate is absolutely rocking
  5. I still wish we'd sent them down on the last day of the season in 2017
  6. The promotion party alone would make it worth the tough times that were to follow But My god, if we played like we have for the last 3 winters when we got to the premier league, we'd get absolutely rinsed. By everyone. I'm be dying to get back down and scrape a lucky 1 nil win against Barnsley!
  7. Thank **** Dasilva never listened to odowda
  8. This is a perfect summary of what's happening with the atmosphere at the moment. I totally agree that some noise is better than none, but why does s82 not join in (or they actually try and outsing) when the rest of the ground starts singing?
  9. A 3 all draw would have been fair based on chances, we really didn't play well. We were very lucky to take all 3 points
  10. The new singing section should be very proud of themselves. Sang the old favourites, which are easier for the "silent majority" to join in with. And crucially, they joined in with the s82 singing section when their songs were worthy of joining in with. Personally I loved it. More please s22/21/20/wherever you are
  11. I used to get that feeling a lot. I've been getting it significantly less in the last season and a half. Direct correlation with the quality of football on offer at the gate
  12. Great effort, shame it was chalked off Do we really still have fans that think he's shit? Seems to be improving a lot this season. Long may it continue
  13. Yep we said that at the time. Taylor's finish was from a very similar position (after some good individual work too) against man city in the week. I'm not trying to portray him as the messiah, I just think we let the wrong one go out on loan. Taylor at least brought effort and aggression with him onto the pitch every single time. And occasionally brought finishes with him too... o'Dowda brings none of those, yet gets a starting place? Just baffling
  14. I think the main concern about weimann is not whether he's actually any good or not (he is), it's why the rest of the squad have not yet been trained to spot his runs He (and Kasey palmer too,on his day) appear to be a higher calibre of player than the rest, the aim should be to make our entire team of equal quality
  15. Maybe it needs to happen to make Johnson reconsider our approach at home (just as injuries have forced his hand on team selection in the past), and prompt some difficult questions about what it would really take for us to rise above the level of "also rans". At the moment that seems miles away due to our inconsistency
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