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About 1bristolcity

  1. City v Palace ... the lead up to cup clash..

    Good for you, I can't get up for this one.
  2. Saturday betting thread - who's losing with me?

    No one wins, except the bookies.
  3. Bristol City on FIFA 18 (Merged)

    I don't think you really understand do you? When you start assessing players on that.... then you are deluded. Really a bit sad, but there you go, I fish, and there is a game called Bass Pro, that is not fishing, anymore than FIFA is football. You should step away from such things, and try the real thing, like football or fishing perhaps, I caught a 12lb plus Barbel Wednesday, it tore off and gave a tremendous fight, you wouldn't get that same feeling with a game, or scoring a goal on FIFA as opposed to actually scoring Champions League winner... games are OK I suppose up until you take them as seriously as you do, NOT REAL. Probably the main reason we will never win anything in football, kids should be kicking a ball around in the street, to learn a few skills, if I was your Mum I would confiscate your consul
  4. Have we under estimated LJ ?

    Not for me, so 100 lines I must include paragraphs.. You like lines
  5. Have we under estimated LJ ?

  6. Bristol City on FIFA 18 (Merged)

    Relevance? It's nor real Flinty, it's a game played by kids and jobless adults
  7. How is this 'Racism'? / Mark Sampson (Merged)

    The FA have jurisdiction over such matters, even if the didn't employ him as such.
  8. How is this 'Racism'? / Mark Sampson (Merged)

    He was working under the FA in both roles. So yes he should be sacked.
  9. How is this 'Racism'? / Mark Sampson (Merged)

    He had no criminal convictions so any checks on his self that was negative would be groundless. I would think that the weight of 'evidence' regarding his persona was too much to ignore. And of course in light of the new revelations about past abuse, the FA had to act.
  10. How is this 'Racism'? / Mark Sampson (Merged)

    Thanks for adding a bit of reason, I just really had a gut instinct about the bloke, that's all, seems like there is actually no smoke without fire. It would seem Bristol did the right and proper thing in exposing him, too much cover up in football, which has been highlighted just recently with coaches preying on young boys.... So before some condemn the FA for all this stop and think some.
  11. How is this 'Racism'? / Mark Sampson (Merged)

    Read the reply I made to Monk...
  12. How is this 'Racism'? / Mark Sampson (Merged)

    It was not a criminal offence, but fell short of what was to be expected, seems like he might have had a warning, and then this...two strikes and your out? Hope that helps your understanding a bit.
  13. How is this 'Racism'? / Mark Sampson (Merged)

    By a witch hunt you are saying that he is innocent, the girl a liar and Fat Sam should be the England Manager...leave the keyboard alone, take a walk and clear your head.
  14. Palace at Home

    We beat the a few more years back when they had the boys Wright and Bright up front...think it was a league cup thing.
  15. How is this 'Racism'? / Mark Sampson (Merged)

    No smoke without fire in both cases, would you rather we have a cover up? Not sure what you are alluding to with your comments. The way I see it he was sacked because of his previous actions, which cast doubt on his innocence, but supported the complainents' side of the story. The silence from him his is deafening.