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  1. Rugby should be played on a rugby pitch and football on football, I f*cking hate multi use pitches. It's 2019 and still can't be done to the satisfaction of either side. Just give it up.
  2. Seriously? Massively cash rich country gets awarded a world cup by a corrupt organisation and you think it's strange. I don't use this forum much so I don't know if that reply is sarcasm, you're a wum or just awfully naive.
  3. I agree. I know it will upset a lot of people on here, 'but, but... history!', but I think the club missed a trick when redesigning the badge to move away from the robin. Should have gone for something unique, something to set City apart from Swindon, Cheltenham et al.
  4. Well quite, legal action ffs. Just locally we have City, The Robins, Swindon town, The Robins, Cheltenham Town, The Robins, Bridgwater Town, The Robins, Frome Town, The Robins, and probably a few more that I can't think of off the top of my head.
  5. True, but rugby is the national sport in Wales and they always play the big games in Cardiff. As for Scottish football, well let's not even go there (literally).
  6. Always plays like he's really enjoying the game too. One of my all time favourite players.
  7. Yeah, that's right never play the big games in the country's capital. That would be absurd ! (that's the closest emoji I could find to the wankr sign).
  8. Watch from 1:40 on, gets a bit rainy, by the end the pitch is essentially a lake. Never got postponed though.
  9. The most City thread on the forum
  10. Bridgwater? 1 junction up from Taunton, 2 down from WSM, Southern League standard ground with a capacity of 2,500. No brainer for me.
  11. You might want to have a rethink then.
  12. Not in Montenegro. It must really piss them off that their country's name literally translates as 'black mountain'. Could have been a good nick name for Wayne Allison tbf.
  13. Premier league away prices are capped at £30, this has been extended to next season too. Arsenal (other clubs may also do this) further subsidise travelling fans by £4 so an away ticket is a maximum of £26. What's going on in the Championship is scandalous.
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