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  1. Isn't that where the Baliiffs went into the trophy room and said "Bugger, Someone's beaten us to it!!
  2. Living in Trowbridge I know there are probably as many City supporters here as Swindon. I've never had any problem only banter. Been fun looking at them for a good few years especially when the Swindon train is just after the Bristol train!!
  3. JB used to come in the Buffet on platform 3 at Temple Meads after a match. Three pints straight down then train back to Liverpool. (Not Allegedly) Nice bloke to speak to. One of the Peter Carol Coach drivers I spoke to used to room with him on away games. He'd turn in at 3 in the morning then play the next day. (Allegedly). None of those who played in those times were any worse than the Super fit players of today in my opinion.
  4. Saw this at Cabot's Circus today,. Ironic really. Were there Fireworks between Johnson and him??
  5. I'm afraid I had to look up what 'ok boomer' meant but this made me smile... Shouldn't it read 'Old sheead' Ok boomer Ok boomer is an easy way to diss Old shit heads. Bones3.0 being is creator of this amazing phrase has paved a way to help millions of people diss boomers when back then it wasn’t even possible. Boomer: Saying Ok boomer is a hate crime, stop saying it or I’ll report you JIM: Ok boomer https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Ok boomer
  6. Picked ours up at the ground yesterday so they are in the Clubs hands
  7. Not clear from the photo taken looking at the stand but I remember freezing in a home Thorn Security shirt stood at the front. For some reason thought it would be warm but how wrong I was!! Was with Dave Fudge and roomed with a Welsh chap called Eddie. City paid for the girl who broke her leg to fly home with the team. Better than sitting on a coach for 22 hours! Great trip though.
  8. Late request for one adult ticket if any late cancellations please. Meet at ground or Cardiff Central or anywhere in between DM me and i'll give you my mobile. Thanks in advance.
  9. Went to Plymouth in the late 80s/early 90's for an early kick off on a Bank holiday. Expensive Taxi to Bath as no trains to get from home on time. Got to Plymouth and lots of their supporters coming back on to the station. For a minute was really confused then the Police told us game had been called off. Loads of City on the train. Pre Social media days of course.
  10. When Wales played Austria in The World cup qualifiers couple years ago saw an Austrian fan dressed in Lederhosen refused entry to a Pub in the centre. The door staff didn't even ask to see his driving licence!!!
  11. One game that sticks in my mind was Southend away in 1991. Stayed the weekend like many others and there were City everywhere. Hundreds of us drinking and playing with a football outside a hotel after the match until the police grabbed the ball. Great weekend! Now i go with my 12 year old son look at things a bit differently. Certainly couldn't cope with downing seven or eight pints before a game.
  12. I remember seeing City play there just after they'd moved back to the Valley. The massive side terrace (unused) was still there. Must have been terrifying stood at the top of that in the old days when it was full up. Saw City play Charlton at Selhurst Park and Upton park as well when they were exiled. Good to see what they've achieved coming back from the brink of extinction. Bit like us really. Hopefully my lad and me will go Boxing day if we're 'allowed' by the Mrs and can get there
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