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Red34

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  1. Red34

    lack of quality in front of goal

    Think our danger from set pieces has been nullified slightly as oppositions now know to crowd out and harass Flint. Hopefully with a few other big players in the team now we can mix it up a bit so we're less predictable again...
  2. Agreed Flint kept demanding the set piece balls despite them crowding him out so others were a better choice - and the long balls and constant headers were completely at odds with our usual style However think the frustration was getting to him just like everyone else - was hoping the anger would fire them up - we really need to bounce back from this and learn how to break up poor teams who defend hard. The referee was completely blind but it was ours for the taking tonight and we just didn't seem to turn up. Onwards and upwards - and at least if we manage the playoffs we generally play better against good teams!
  3. They played quite dirty, helped by a referee who was blind and failed to give one definite penalty let alone potentially the second one. It broke up our style of play and made us get frustrated so there was sloppy decisions - and his harsh yellow on Bryan meant he couldn't do a tactical foul when we needed him to the most. Fammy definitely isn't up to full strength but to be fair all our players will be disappointed with their lack of end product. We seem to choke when we get near the top 2 spots - hopefully this is just a one off and the QPR game is more us going forward
  4. Red34

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    If that's not a mistype of "sags" that's a brilliant new name for them - they are all complaining how old their fans seem to be on matchdays (especially compared to ours at the moment) so Saga seems appropriate!
  5. Red34

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Hopefully?! Wash your mouth out! Think you mean "unfortunately"
  6. Red34

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Yep I hate the Gas for their behaviour in 82 and would love to see them go under (there'd no doubt be a phoenix club playing on the Downs for them to get excited about but at least we'll hopefully never see them again). But I'm actually having to fake sympathy with a Gas colleague in work (thankfully only one in a thousand staff as far as I can tell!) because it seems cruel otherwise!
  7. Red34

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    :laugh: guessing as they weren't exactly the most famous darts players Bert thought he needed to spice it up. When I read the headline initially I thought "oh no, don't do it Phil!"
  8. Red34

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Rovers won't even have the territory they play on much longer... Not that it has ever really been their territory, thieving *******s
  9. Red34

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    They appear to be suggesting it's legal, security or police related, as they're suggesting searching Hamer's consultancy - which is prison legal services as far as I can tell. As imagine lawyers would have sued faster unless they've only just closed the matter and billed it, prison can't really be related and too cheap for security - could it be their contribution to policing? Imagine ASP would take that long to start really demanding payment...
  10. Red34

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    And even better hopefully the kids will likely think "you mean there's a club like that here in Bristol?! With seats and indoor toilets?!" and maybe instead of becoming Gas and a Prem plastic decide instead to support a big but local team...
  11. Red34

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Yep that site is horrific, particularly on mobile. Keeps taking me to the Android app store for gambling apps or popping up "your phone has a virus" crap. Even if you need advertising because the blue few are tight and Wally can't afford to help with such running costs, you'd think they could at least use a reputable ad provider...
  12. Red34

    The Point When My View Changed

    Taylor caught the guy by hooking his foot round his shin. We needed to stop their break and Taylor took the yellow card like a pro, as the cost of stopping their attack. Pogba went nuts about it being high (probably more frustration about their counterattack being slowed) and got booked - his whining was particularly hypocritical given he'd done a high tackle with studs up on Wright earlier. At least Matty's studs were down
  13. Red34

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    I guess at least being able to stay in your car means visitors won't need the usual tetanus shot...
  14. Red34

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    That's dangerous - they're a little bit too close to horses to be safe in Horfield...
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