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Jerseybean last won the day on October 25 2017

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  1. Hugely brilliant news, another milestone in his long journey to fitness....https://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/smith-reflects-on-recovery-milestone/
  2. Won’t be enough to extend his stay!
  3. Best thing I’ve heard today......’Bristol City have seized control of the Severnside derby, out of nothing!’
  4. Colin......on another day, defo a pen, should have VAR, ref let ‘me’ down today, etc. Disappointed not to have got three points. Cracking goal to win the game.
  5. Indeed. One of our major problems is having nobody as an outlet up-top, meaning the play quickly comes back at us when we clear upfield. We did manage the later stages today much better, so credit to LJ and the players. Great result, even if the performance, yet again, highlighted some of our weaknesses/challenges. Lets look forward we optimism. COYR.
  6. Welcome back Hav. What a brilliant, brilliant result!
  7. KP coming on, need to change this we are being dominated
  8. And make so much noise, so not only are the post-match comments about a great BCFC win but also about the brilliant BCFC support....COYR.
  9. So a great start....the first time Stoke have scored four in 156 games!
  10. This seems a huge gamble to me. Michael O’Neill, I think, only has club experience with Shamrock Rovers and Brechin City. Stoke are in a very difficult position (on and off the pitch) so much so that many fans were hoping Tiny Penis would return to rescue them. Be interesting to see how he goes, starting with his first game v Barnsley tomorrow which has already been labelled as a six pointer. https://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2019/nov/08/what-stoke-can-expect-after-prising-michael-oneill-from-northern-ireland Stoke could well be the next Sunderland.
  11. Hear, hear. I don’t know Jerry, however, given the background info in the OS announcement it’s brilliant that a genuine City supporter has been appointed. Good luck Jerry.
  12. How remarkably fortunate are we to have Steve Lansdown He has converted debt of £71m into shares: https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/bristol-city-owner-steve-lansdown-3512106 Long may his incredible support and his modest, almost invisible approach, continue.
  13. Delighted for him and the Club that this has worked out well.
  14. It’s difficult to explain our style of play this season, our so called ‘identity’ has been a mystery to me. We certainly have not dominated a single game and I can not even remember us dominating a half. Maybe it’s both tactics and enforced changes that have led to this. LJ has accepted we have played round pegs in square holes, so compromise follows. It seems if anything we are typically set up to counter-attack, which fits with the opposition bossing possession. However, I’m not persuaded we have players with the speed or decisiveness required for successful counter-attacking. As has been said elsewhere once (if) we have a fully fit squad to select from we might just see our true style/identify.
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