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Moments of Pleasure

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  1. "Silence is Holden (Holden)" ..... the possibilities are, er, many, I would think. Announce Deano!
  2. It's Deano for me, mate. He fits the criteria you laid out, he's mad for it, he's got a song oven-ready, forget sexy-football, we want dexy's football - Deano! Deano!
  3. Brentford's current success is not about who their head coach is at the moment. We appoint any of Frank, Smith, Warburton, Rosler, and we are not going to become Brentford. We somehow appoint Mr. Benham, and that'd be interesting .... very interesting
  4. Deano needs to prove himself first, but not by having a go here. He must do this somewhere lower down the pyramid, like Oldham, say. Before jumping ship from there before it goes tits up to somewhere a bit better like, say, Barnsley, and then leaving them in the lurch after they back him through a long, losing streak, and then we can look at him .......
  5. We cannot know for sure/it might be/it might not be. Not so simples
  6. Yeah. Nice one. Here's another thought: that was Brentford, run by Matthew Benham. We're Bristol City, not run by Matthew Benham.
  7. We could follow "Deano" with "Come on Irene"
  8. This could've been us ...... getting hammered by Brentford
  9. If Deano gets the job, shall we all sing Dexy's "Geno" just changing Deano for Geno? Oh oh Deano! .....no? Please yerselfs......
  10. As someone on here said the other week, we need a bit of: ....and Manc Deano brings this, in spades, to the table. We'd be mad fer it not to consider him....
  11. Now you say it, yes I believe I am! Announce John Pemberton - for the next four games .....
  12. Sorry B86, went off on one a bit there .....
  13. It was three windows, to "get to where we want to be." To move on the players he felt were too attached to Cotts and therefore untrustworthy and bring in his own players, that would "die in a ditch" for and with him. And the third of those three windows was summer 2017 and our best football under him followed that third window. So he was quite right! After the fourth window, of January '18, we were dogshite! Abysmal. But he was bang on about three windows - we were third in the league, one point behind second place Derby as we went into that fourth window. And in the semi-final
  14. He can start Monday by ringing all the ones we've laid off ....
  15. It is also "oft-spouted" that we were "nailed on" for relegation (when there were five or six struggling at the foot of the table in 2015/16, like most seasons, all no doubt looking nailed-on to go down to their supporters, we were one of those five or six, but only three would ever end up going down; some of the nailed-on five or six would turn out to be otherwise. It's a fact!) and that Lee "saved us" when something much closer to the truth is that Pemberton initiated changes between Cotts leaving and Johnson starting, and with Tomlin signed, the four league games under Pemberton yielded sev
  16. Do Reid and Bryan refer to Knockaert as "Knocker"? Do they shout "Knocker" when giving him an option? Does Knockaert shout "Knocker's!" when he and a team mate both go for the same ball (no, he doesn't, not being a Bristolian). If Graham Taylor had managed Anthony Knockaert, would he not have shouted "can we not knock it to ...." (hurry up and appoint someone Ashton, ffs)
  17. He is by far the superior footballer, but CR has undoubtedly scored a lot of goals, over a long period of time.
  18. Unlike most on here, you know the game, Les, you can spot a house. You know a house when you see one. No doubt you'll look up at one and say, "there's a house in there." Somewhere.
  19. Brentford are trying to "go the next step." We have been nowhere near this. Johnson failed here.
  20. One of them three soon will be, Les. If you'd been to Cambridge (three times, in 1990) or understood the game like me, you'd know this too.
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