Jump to content

Welcome to One Team in Bristol - Bristol City Forums

Welcome to One Team in Bristol - Bristol City Forums, like most online communities you must register to view or post in our community, but don't worry this is a simple free process that requires minimal information for you to signup. Be a part of One Team in Bristol - Bristol City Forums by signing in or creating an account.

  • Start new topics and reply to others
  • Full access to all forums (not all viewable as guest)
  • Subscribe to topics and forums to get email updates
  • Get your own profile page and make new friends
  • Send personal messages to other members.
  • Support OTIB with a premium membership

KegCity

Members
  • Content Count

    176
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

170

Recent Profile Visitors

523 profile views
  1. Quite a few of those players are lucky that there haven't been any fans at the grounds this season, very few of them playing with any pride at the moment.
  2. They’ve got a cup final on Sunday? Should’ve done better in the league but that’s just the Spurs way.
  3. Will have even more respect for Jose if this is over the Super League, hopefully see other managers taking a stance too. Hope he gets another job in England, he's disrespected far too much.
  4. Think that's all but a given, there's no reason not to give it to him. Would be very disappointed if he leaves for free.
  5. Thought he looked a tidy player that could offer something off the bench, was so unlucky with his injury. Scored yesterday for the U23s too so will hopefully be in and around the team next season.
  6. Great post and I agree with your picks too. Ostigard looks an especially good signing on paper.
  7. We've got the opportunity to get people in the boardroom who actually understand football and can run the club properly. Hopefully we'll have some decent transfer business too.
  8. If he thought it was a shit appointment, then the appointment shouldn't have been made. If he thought it was a good appointment, then he's clearly clueless and shouldn't be in a job. Can spin it however you like, the responsibility for Dean's failures still sit with the men that hired him.
  9. It’s not a problem per se, but sorting the contract would bring some much needed stability. We need to sort the manager for next season ASAP to make the most of pre season, either give Pearson the contract or go and get someone new sharpish so that the manager has as much time to prepare for next season as possible.
  10. But there's a difference between planning for a job you might have and a job you do have. Once a long term contract is sorted then Pearson has much more authority, it's then "his" squad for say 3 years rather than another 2 months. Would imagine players and staff are currently thinking that any changes Pearson is making aren't necessarily long term, so aren't 100% committed to anything. Once he has a proper contract, he then has a much better footing to enact the changes that need to be made.
  11. Sorry? Not really sure how blackmail and LGBT groups have any relevance to what I said? I understand you're not a fan of Pearson so am a bit baffled why it's "blackmail" to wait and see who our manager is next season before renewing a season ticket, or have I misread what you've said?
  12. Long term it doesn't matter, but in the short term the sooner the contract's signed the better. Getting the deal done will bring some stability and allow Pearson to actually put plans into practice as his future would be secure. The players also then have to respond as Pearson is then officially their boss for the foreseeable future, assuming they want a place in the team. Plenty of STHs (myself included) are waiting for this situation to resolve before making a decision on renewals, giving Pearson a new deal and sorting out a few other contracts will help sell season tickets (and probabl
  13. Waiting to see who's managing us next season before renewing, although a fear of losing my spot in the safe standing sections might force a renewal before then.
  14. Agree. Need the team to be more than the sum of their parts to achieve success, that was the case in the 14/15 and 17/18 seasons. If we can combine good recruitment with good coaching we should be fine, but we've not had either for some time.
×
×
  • Create New...