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  1. I think Lee will p Agree think this was all about fitness and bonding with the new players. Expect the Palace game to be closer to the final team for Leeds minus any last minute signings. Should be a good test against a lower half premier league team.
  2. As a football fan, I do not want to see ANY. football club go into administration., and would never wish that on anyone including Rovers. . The rules and subsequent punishment just need to be applied consistently. It’s the players & the fans I have sympathy with.
  3. As a carnivore who will also eat vegetarian or vegan food. I can’t see why at least one stall outside cant be Vegan/Vegetarian. VegFest was successful so why can’t the club give it a try. I’m old enough to remember rock hard pies with more gristle than meat and hot bovril/oxo ( which I wish they would reintroduce next season) but I feel we should maybe reflect the changing demographic of today’s football fans whilst not alienating those that have supported the club over the years., and offering choice. I think if the club trialled it for next season it could be a winner. I’m presuming that the stall holders pay a rental to the stadium which isn’t based on food sold so the stadium wouldn’t lose and perhaps may get some fans more willing to spend their money. Another suggestion would be that they offer a milk alternative/lactose free or Soy for Teas & Coffees . Perhaps the coffee shop would be a good place to start if they don’t already provide this - it’s obviously a success for the major coffee chains like COSTA and I don’t see it listed as a choice on the online menu.
  4. Despite all the rhetoric I think DC actually admires our club . He has been seeing at AG watching games, and I think he has a good relationship with LJ & BT. Fancy them to get promoted to L1 next year with the sags going the other way.
  5. Agree about Billy Wingrove, but thought Jeremy Lynch who is also a freestyle footballer did well even scored the two goals
  6. Normality resumed , after a few wins England lose a penalty shootout
  7. Think £10 Is the going rate now., I look at it as the cost of 2 pints, and a happy to donate on this once every two years occasion but can understand the £5 argument . Shame as they’ve just said only 17% of those watching actually donate, and maybe £5 would have encouraged a few more. .
  8. Anyone watching Soccer Aid?
  9. But if you have the max 30 participants it's only £150 per person . Which for many probably only equates to 3 night out in Bristol
  10. Cinnamon Tree Burley Grove Mangotsfield is excellent. BYO. If you like the Tamarind in Downend you will like this one and it's cheaper. Very popular so you will probably need to book.
  11. Particularly if there is one of our players on loan there.
  12. I thought all games had to have security for Health & Safety. So unless Security are going to get paid then home games won't be able to go ahead as the local council can intervene on public safety concerns.
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