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1bristolcity

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  1. 1bristolcity

    Why all the Nathan Baker negativity?

    If he get's through the game without a Yellow, I will be disappointed
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    Why all the Nathan Baker negativity?

    He is one of own at least, not a loan 118 Could just be the chance he has been waiting for, not as bad as some are thinking, loads of experience, and a good pro.
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    Paterson

    Not making excuses just stating the obvious, of course if LJ actually mentioned fatigue he would be slated, but it is a factor. Of course it was a bad performance, not denying that, but no team steps on to pitch wanting that sort of display, it happens to all teams no matter how 'super fit' you are. Look no further than Villa and Leeds Saturday, it happens...
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    Paterson

    I cannot believe you believe that (highlighted bit) when you think 2 home games is the same effect as 2 away games for recovery, what I can believe is our Bob liked it.
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    Joe bryan

    nearly 36, so no from me.
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    Joe bryan

    That's not good I like Fulham, I like Bryan, but it was always going to be a big step up for him, not sure where is best position is, but full back he is a defensive liability. He after all has come from a club that turns out full backs that cannot defend.. Fulham should be OK this season I reckon.
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    Bobby Reid

    Terrible move for him in a footballing sense, the money was the reason, but that is a short term gain, long term he needs to build his reputation as he had here, he will have to move IF they stay up, but looks like they won't anyway. 3-0 down atm.
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    3 Games in 6 days?

    A lot on here were saying we would win. 4-0 4-1... I never thought that, not with the trauma that was Tuesday, however we should have a squad that has much more about them than they displayed to-night need a leader, Smith being out doesn't help, Flint gone, guess we are short in that department.
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    3 Games in 6 days?

    Depends, it can work both ways I suppose, but clearly they coped better. Looks like it.
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    3 Games in 6 days?

    Looks like we have to consider another loss next Friday, that would be three on the bounce, leaving us mid table with 14 from 10, but the fixtures have been demanding, looking forward to some 'easier' looking matches.
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    3 Games in 6 days?

    It is such a soulless place, no atmosphere, we never seem to do well at these sort of venues, but I am pretty sure those schedule of matches impacted on the performance tonight, of course LJ would not / could not say that, but it must have.
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    Paterson

    He is a first team player, he should be up for it.
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    3 Games in 6 days?

    Of course it is a factor, home advantage and all the other factors like travel and conditioning.
  14. 1bristolcity

    Excellent Post Match Interview

    How the hell can we turn in a performance like that after Tuesday.? Fatigue. It has to be, the effort they put in against WBA was massive, and to come away with nothing was probably the biggest factor.
  15. 1bristolcity

    3 Games in 6 days?

    Ahh well it breathes new oxygen into the lungs of the likes of the out brigade. Amazed at the amount of newish poster on the match day thread to-night.
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    3 Games in 6 days?

    But they had consecutive home matches, we were away last two...big difference in recovery.
  17. 1bristolcity

    Idiotic fans and assault at West Brom

    I clearly wrote the sentence as described. Take it from me I a was never under the impression that a Law covered any of this.It was always a regulation, it possibly matters not to you but I prefer clarity.
  18. 1bristolcity

    Idiotic fans and assault at West Brom

    I did earlier in the thread, I wrote regulation / law in a reply. I fully understood then that there was no law covering this. It was a colloquial term in the wording of Law.
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    Idiotic fans and assault at West Brom

    And yet the intervention by a Police Officer early on will often have a sobering effect, it's about being a good copper really, you know one that thinks on his or her feet.
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    Idiotic fans and assault at West Brom

    The semi official line from the Prem anyway is to turn a blind eye to some incidents of standing, certainly when any intervention might result in some disorder. However Football Stewards are employed a Safety Stewards, and perhaps more could be done in briefing these people to adapt a policy that from the off any standing will result in intervention. Seating was brought in for Safety reasons, any club that as a result of standing has a problem with injuries sustained to fan(s) might be subject to a law suite As far as this incident is concerned the chap assaulted might well have a case to bring against W.B.A in that they failed to ensure there was safe standing.
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    Idiotic fans and assault at West Brom

    You seem to be obsessed with male parts, however I will reply that perhaps a football match, especially away to a West Midlands Team might not be the best place to avoid your precious kids viewing anything unsavoury, however there wasn't any kid's involved, well none of the OP's it was merely added as an extra scenario that we could all feel horrified about, as if the assault wasn't enough. As a father of three boys I think I can say with some authority they would have not had been scarred for life in witnessing such a thing. If you feel so strongly about the potential to offend a 9yr old boy perhaps you could start a crowd funding page, just in case . Now that's flippant (you really are a bit of a dweeb.you know..).
  22. 1bristolcity

    Idiotic fans and assault at West Brom

    No wrong...but aside from your childish banter what exactly is what you see as wrong with my comments, you have not challenged anything I have written, just embarked on a personal ludicrous attack with regard to age...whatever that has to do with anything relevant to this thread I don't know, but I guess you don't know as well, just spouting meaningless carp for the sake of it. So go on , try and recover with saying something meaningful, I can wait ...
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    Idiotic fans and assault at West Brom

    Average age of 18? I wish you can x4 that and still have some change. Anything useful to add to this thread? Thought not.
  24. 1bristolcity

    Idiotic fans and assault at West Brom

    Stop bitching
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    Idiotic fans and assault at West Brom

    Once you allow the fans to decide where when and how, it becomes a free for all, stewards and Police attend such events to minimise problems. Clearly in this case the Stewards did nothing to implement the regulations with regard to standing. Question is how would a 9 year old be able to see the game anyway, and as I have said also anyone who is unable to stand. The seats themselves can be a hazard when everyone is standing, at least with the old terraces there were barriers and foot space, there is not in seated areas. However after all the initial posts condemning me as some kind of fiend, I see there are a couple of posts that balance out a few things. Why do away fans as on Tuesday feel the need to stand anyway? I get the thing about atmosphere but the home Club do have a responsibility to ensure there is no standing, and clearly they were in breach of that. It's only when a more serious incident occurs that we have to have 'lessons learned' repeated. Surely the safest situation for any child , disabled, elderly would be seated? Perhaps Julie would like to comment?
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