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  1. RIP Doesnt say it was coronavirus does it?
  2. i've only ever eaten about 2 mouth fulls. full of gristle, horrible, dry filling and not particularly tasty. I have never understood the love for them.
  3. city1983

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    Johnson does pick odd games to go toe to toe against the opposition. He always tries it against WBA and we almost always get thumps. 4-4-2 tends not to works at this level against anyone let alone the top teams in the league. 4-5-1 is the way to play away to the top teams regardless how good we consider ourselves to be
  4. I kind of agree with you, and the likely event of an appointment from within the current coaching set up does not exactly inspire confidence. But for me Nigel Adkins would be a great fit. He's been successful in every job he's had and won multiple promotions including winning promotion from the championship with southampton, he knows the division, he exudes positivity, and is currently available. What is there not to like. He would be the first person on my list, and i'd prefer to have him in charge than LJ. I'm still not sure that all of this lies at johnson's feet though. I'm not sure he has much if any control over player recruitment, and he just has to make do with what he's given, which is a mix of incoherent players that might not be able to play the system he would like to. And i'm not sure any upgrade of manager would want to come under those same circumstances.
  5. Not sure about massengo, but I’m sure Johnson said Nagy has been suffering from flu/a cold.
  6. I’m not a huge O’Dowda fan but thought he was excellent when he came on and helped see the game out. He harried Rooney rather than giving him all the time in the world. He looked lively and fully deserved his place in the squad on that performance. I also think there was nothing wrong with Johnson’s subs. He wanted to make a double sub but had to change his plans when Korey picked up a knock. We were losing the midfield battle so had to sacrifice a striker. Yes Wells is our new striker and has scored more than Fam this season, but Fam is currently undroppable in his current form and is the better lone striker. yes they were causing us problems down our right, but bringing on Weimann put a stop to that. Watching it back now I think we saw it out comfortably and had 2 great chances to kill the game off. Their goals came due to lapses in concentration and nothing to with lee Johnson and certainly nothing to do with his subs on this occasion. In fact I think Weimann and O’Dowda were instrumental in seeing the game out. you sir are speaking nonsense.
  7. opologies i left my computer unattended for 5 minutes and this was posted on my behalf. i dont know how to delete it.
  8. What I don't get is that you've gone out of your way to spell "their" and still got it wrong. It's "they're" as in they(a)re trained hard. it's like when someone goes out of "their" way to say "I" when they should have said "me" It's as though they've been educated but still get it wrong. Just very odd.... if in doubt write "there" and say "me". that way people will just assume you are uneducated rather than stupid.
  9. This is a league I’ve only ever known us to struggle in. I’ve swung back and forth more times than Philip schofield on whether Johnson should be sacked. I wanted Johnson snr sacked and things got worse and worse every season after he left until eventual we were inevitably relegated. johnson drives me mad at times but he has achieved something I have never known at this level which is year on year progression (in points on league position) if you think that landsdown will sack Johnson and go and appoint a Bielsa or nuno Espírito Santo then you are dillusional. I’d like to think he’d appoint Nigel Adkins, but it would more likely be Jamie mcalister.
  10. It’s so frustrating, because away from home Johnson clearly has it nailed. This is a tough tough division, and I expect that away from home Johnson’s record is up there with some of the best that have managed anyone in this league let alone Bristol city, and for that reason alone he deserves to stay. But at home we look clueless and devoid of confidence and he seems to have no idea how to change it. No matter the opposition we cannot get into a pattern of play and dominate a team. As soon as he cracks that we’ll be laughing. I do fear that even though on paper it looks a great transfer window, he’ll now need his 20 odd games to figure out his best team again. I’m confident that we’ll be promoted before we’re relegated under Johnson but it won’t be this season or any time soon. better the devil you know I think. Chopping and changing the manger is not the answer, and some of the names banded around are a joke.
  11. Hahahahahaha ive never heard that one before hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah ........... hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
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