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  1. Blimey, you'd think Mr Cockman would have got one of his friends to lay a bit of Tarmac down to make wheelchair access a bit smoother.
  2. I was wondering if maybe their owners realise going up could cost them more money that they've had a little word with the cockman about maybe doing not so well in future! Could be why he's so upset but surely even the gas wouldn't do something like that would they?!
  3. You are right ! Knock the fizzing off!
  4. Had a similar thing the other week after a game walking along the waterfront with my girl(age 7) . She had her city shirt on and we passed a few blokes coming the other way. One shouts out '**** the city, up the g*s'. Surprisingly rather than feeling anger it was more pity, how sad that someone feels the need to shout that in front of a small child! Shows how bitter some of them are, I say some as some of my good mates are g*s and are nothing like these muppets.
  5. Grew up and still live in the wood. I'm late 40s now and when I was growing up I'd say it was about 50/50 city/rovers with the people I knew.I started watching in 77 when we were div. 1 and I think being in the top league attracted a lot of young fans whose families had no alliance to either side. With the improved ground and us playing championship football you can only see the gap in fan numbers growing if things stay the same as its a similar situation for young fans with no family ties to one team or another.
  6. I take it that now they haven't lost for a few games they must be coming for us again!
  7. Some chants/language can be a bit awkward when you've got young kids with you and they are at that age when they want to sing along. At the end of the day you have a choice whether to take young uns to games or not knowing they are going to hear it. It made me chuckle before the game Saturday when my 7 year old daughter said"dad I hope we don't hear any bad language today, I heard someone say bloody 5 times last time "! She doesn't recognise other swearing yet!
  8. I feel sorry for villa fans,the brummie accent is the only one in the UK that sounds thicker than ours
  9. I was at the Wigan game with my 7 year old daughter. She asked me "dad do Bristol Rovers have a stadium like this?" As seriously as I could manage I said" well theirs is a lot smaller and some of their stands are tents". "Tents dad?" She said and laughed her head off. Age 7 and finding the rovers amusing already!
  10. When the best thing at the mem, is the sprinkler system, that's the rovers. when you've put the wrong sand on the pitch ,life's such a bitch, that's the rovers
  11. Thanks for taking the time to do that Matt, very reassuring . Cheers, Matt
  12. Thanks Lewis, taking my 7 year old daughter to her first night game and was a bit worried about being locked in the car park , it will be a late enough night for her as it is!
  13. Planning on using this service on Tuesday for the WBA game for the first time.On the website it says the carpark gates are locked at 10pm, but surely if there's a game on that night the gates are locked later? Any regular P and R users out there that could let me know if this is the case? Thanks in advance.
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