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  1. "We stepped on 'em" Step on, Deano!
  2. One win in the last 16 v Preston. 2 wins in the last 7 v Wolves.
  3. And remember to wash yer hands/cover yer face. Drink up thee Pfizer, drink up thee Pfizer, for tonight we'll merry be .....
  4. If @GrahamC isn't, right now, out in his back yard, or somewhere out in BS3 area flouting the lockdown protocols, giving it the big 'un, singing "let's go ****in' mental" and initiating a conga with passers by, I'll be very much surprised ....
  5. Great win. After five successive home defeats to Preston, we play them twice at home in a pandemic in an empty AG and manage a draw and a win. Is it the (absence of the) miserable AG crowd, or the genius of Deano?
  6. It's all one picture spread over the front and back page. I am unable to put it on here because it's exceeding the file limit, apparently?
  7. The 77/78 - my first season - programme is my favourite (15p to you, sir). The cover including every week a backdrop picture of what must be the Open End. Our lot, in the Open End. The crowd is very male, very young, very Anglo-Saxon (but not exclusively so), and very 1970s - all very conducive to atmospheric displays of support for the team. No one is diverted by a hand-held device, almost everyone is focussed entirely on the pitch. No one looks pissed off or fed up; all look pensive, but quietly hopeful. Facial hair is scarce. Collars are wide. One bloke has his arms folded, but wears a half
  8. I'm right at the back mate, right behind you. And right behind everyone else. Also wearing blue. Just in case.
  9. It was Brian someone, that's about the best I can do. I think it was in that pink Birmingham football paper with all that day's results (when just about all 92 clubs still played at 3pm on the same day) that we always picked up on the way back from games further north. I think we hung around that day after the game so as to be able to buy it and read about the win and see what they made of it. Not a lot, from memory. It was also to see the newly adjusted league table, with, I think, ourselves atop the lot for the first time that season. Imagine kids today with their "the table as it will
  10. Yes, me too. But, I think we need to remember our boys will be out of form, a bit rusty, prodigiously overweight and gasping for breath (probably riddled with covid to a man, what with all the underground raves and basement gambling parties they will have been attending throughout the pandemic). We need to give our boys time to recover their fitness, and form. We can't expect them to hit the ground running (unless it's Millwall, or someone else proper tasty and numerous). And we might need to give them a couple of gentle, pre-seasons fixtures or unfriendlies, to warm up, as it were. Say,
  11. Saturday's ref ...... lives life with insults, Drinks lots of beer and waits for half-time results (so I've heard)
  12. Tbf to Ashton Gate and us as a crowd, win lose or draw we rarely can be arsed to get behind the team with any sort of enthusiasm.
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