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Moments of Pleasure

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  1. What, crisp passing, and one touch football? I think you can play that way while you can get the staff - ie Bobby Reid - but when you can't get the staff, even much vaunted coaches find their influence is not what they'd like it to be. It's like with passing it out from the back: do you try and coach players like Flint, Wright and Baker to do it? Or do you go out and find/buy Adam Webster to do it? Same as this season: LJ is about as good a coach as the fit players he has available to him.
  2. I don't. I think we should all move swiftly on, now, to the game after Cardiff
  3. If it were something endemic within the "new breed of player" then the players at other clubs would be the same, would they not?
  4. We've lost two in fifteen, not sure we produced our "best" the other games
  5. The interview up there might be interesting (I'd pay to be a fly on the interactive whiteboard). Am I to take it that you are not acquainted with the tale of Andre Villas-Boas interviewing for the job at plain-speaking, chips n bovril Turf Moor?
  6. No one has yet beaten Australia - New Zealand - South Africa to win the rugby world cup, certainly not Australia - New Zealand - South Africa. It's a big ask. But not as BIG as it looked three weeks ago.
  7. And avoiding defeat, and getting in the top six. Remember them two! And picking up points when you ain't playing well, that's another.
  8. We went long and diagonal to Tommy Rowe
  9. You are not the first and only person I have heard make this observation this week.
  10. Did he revive it in the end? And was he wearing overalls?
  11. I thought it was a bloody amazing crowd for a reserve team fixture. How massive are we? Looking forward to seeing the First X1 next time (not sure why Bentley and Weimann are in the stiffs, though?)
  12. Oh yeah. Forgot that. Or one of those.
  13. Preston level. Clearly a good "booing" from their own crowd not a problem in the north of England.
  14. Preston, 6th in the table, booed off at half-time losing at home to Blackburn. And I'd imagine some will leave early too.
  15. The "mentality" at 1:1 and a man down Wednesday night was spot on. More of that please
  16. Ignoring the thing about BobBob, that's fantastic. Great stuff. That total raised is piling up and let's hope the kid gets what he needs.
  17. You're getting excited because you see us winning tomorrow, aren't you?
  18. We don't win a lot of games under LJ by two goals or more. Only 4 last season, in 19 wins. With the players we have missing currently any win tomorrow is cause for celebration (appreciate you are being mostly tongue in cheek there though).
  19. That was a better England performance than any of their 2003 WC performances, I would say. England talked themselves up a bit in the build up, and walked the walk. Hope kiwiCol is ok/we win tomorrow to cheer him up.
  20. Great story, well done. And a foster carers too, hats off
  21. It has been mentioned on here that it didn't happen at Bristol v Bath, and cinema and theatre get a mention (people don't leave these early): Nobody in Bristol goes to rugby, cinema or theatre 23 times a year. Like, nobody. There are eleven top class league games in rugby, the rest is pish, with pish crowds. Going to see Bris v Bath was an event. For us, there's another game this weekend. So there's that for starters. Like it or not, truth is many people amongst 20,000 going to AG are just not that into it. They are a bit meh about it. This is Bristol, remember (and folk leave e
  22. We want players that play square and back, and (yawn) safe, to play the bloody thing forward sometimes! And we want players that play forward and try to create to keep possession and take fewer risks (when they give it away). We don't ask much.
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