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  1. Best seats are on the half way line at the back of the first tier of the Lansdown. Best place is with Section 82.
  2. Also the watermark on print at home tickets, last 2 rounds of the FA Cup?
  3. I think the Section 82 lads & lasses do a great job - as has been said time and again, if you’ve got a song you want to hear then sing it yourself and there’s no compulsion to join in if you don’t want to. I’m up topsides in S25 and when it gets going it’s great - and I have nothing but admiration for the crew that keep going regardless of whether or not fickle fans like me are joining in or not, that’s why I always pitch in and buy S82 Merch when I can afford it, wave flags when they are around and join in the singing when I am not screaming at the ref or arguing with the bloke next to me about whether De Silva should start or Kelly etc. Section 82 are the best thing happening in the South Stand - you want different? Start something yourself.
  4. Got to be the Manc version C I T E H at the very least.
  5. They even had a massive ‘Pride of London’ plastered on the stand.
  6. There’s so often one team that drops like a stone and bang into trouble.
  7. My old mum is so plastic she thought the Wolves fans were singing ‘sheep, sheep, sheep shearers’ until I put her straight - but she had a great time in the Upper Lansdown and I’ll happily take her along for her next spot of glory hunting whenever that might be, assuming she’s still with us. If that upsets any super fans out there, you'll just have to suck it up. If we only allow super fans like you and me in the ground, we’ll be stuck with 6500 crowds like the dark days when some say that only those of us who ‘really cared’ about the club actually bothered to turn up .
  8. My 83 year old Mum got the short straw for this one, hoping Lloyd Kelly starts as she loves him and saw him score against Reading (was that his debut? think so!)
  9. I was guilty of thinking that Johnson should go earlier this season - I didn’t express it here, but certainly did from my lofty perch in S25 - thank goodness numpties like me don’t run the club.
  10. I think this is a great idea. I am deeply offended by the constant mockery, goading & foul language from fans in the Atyeo at every home game and welcome the opportunity to get something done about it.
  11. Definitely chalk and cheese re Ashton Gate performances recently. I’m so glad I went, as rightly or wrongly it’s renewed my faith and optimism while making it far less likely that I’ll stay away from home games....which I was seriously thinking of doing after the Brentford & Rotherham dross.
  12. Ooooh Lemon slips....he was probably in the office when you got ripped to shreds by Gary, but I’m sure you will get over it eventually.
  13. Neither. Leeds away ‘74 all day long.
  14. Wrong clip - this is edited ‘highlights’ peppered with the Gas goals against us at Twertin Mark my words, he definitely said it and it’s out there somewhere.
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