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Badger08 last won the day on June 30

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  1. Completely agree mate. I just think I'm getting old. If I have to read another "Is he at the Avon Gorge" or "Alan Curbishly is showing him around his new home"........ I just don't have the words to express how much I like this post!
  2. Like many have said, the only issue with Pato is consistency, however, On his day Pato for me is unplayable. From what I can gather too, he is great around the dressing room, and you really can't put a price on that. I'd love him to stay at the club and he certainly loves being here.
  3. Here we go, Lee's gone, next fans target is. It's pathetic.
  4. Baker down. Some things will never change.
  5. Come on to the forum, topic on Chris Hughton is "hot". Click into it, thinking their is some actual news, but no, just bickering about race and jobs for the boys. Sort it out. Now I've added to the dross!!! See, look what you've made me do.
  6. Completely agree. Its actually embarrassing.
  7. Has he actively said he's interested?
  8. This forum blows my mind sometimes. It kills me how some people see football and the world in such a black and white fashion.
  9. Lee, in my opinion, has been the best manager for this club since I've been supporting (over 30 years). Yes, Cotts had that wonder season, but LJ has left this club in a far better place overall. We are the closest we've been to the top flight then we've ever been. Over the 4.5 years that LJ has been in charge, he's taken us from a championship / league one yo-yo club, to a well respected and settled top ten championship club. Like it or not, Bristol City was seen as a bit of a footballing boneyard, but I honestly believe that this has changed over the period he's been with us, not
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