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  1. Red cards against whilst playing at home in League One this season: Portsmouth: 5 The Sags, Wycombe: 4 Gillingham, Peterborough: 3 Accrington, AFC Wimbledon, Fleetwood, Ipswich, Lincoln, Oxford, Rotherham: 2 Bolton, Burton, Shrewsbury, Southend: 1 Blackpool, Coventry, Doncaster, MK Dons, Rochdale, Sunderland, Tranmere: 0
  2. Jammy gits. Mind you, their first goal was an absolute thunderc*nt
  3. Disagree. As much as we know about the Sags' pathetic attempt to call themselves a football club, it's undeniable that Garner has good links, if he didn't he wouldn't have been able to get Daly or Blackman, personally I think a lot of Championship clubs would have been perfectly happy with those signings, and me personally I would've been happy with Blackman as a signing ahead of Niki last season. The Sags as well do seem to have created a reputation as a good footballing support, a farce of course, but I would argue that teams around the country other than Bristol aren't aware on just how big the gap is in that sense. I use twitter a lot and I regularly see people ranking football fanbases or the size of different clubs and put us at the same level of the Sags. Complete lies of course, but would James Daly of Crystal Palace really realise that the Sags are close to financial crisis and have a shit fanbase when they big themselves up so much, I would argue no. Plus Garner having experience at Palace and having an unfortunately accurate resume in terms of helping to develop young players, I think the Sags are much more attractive in that respect than a lot of us realise, as we know them as the shambles that they are.
  4. Just signed Tammy’s younger brother , the gift
  5. On a side note, in the last 10 minutes the sags became the only side in the top 4 English divisions to have not scored a goal in their respective domestic league in 2020
  6. Multiple times in the past month or so I’ve seen posts of “when times are bad, just remember that things could always be worse. We could be the fewers” or similar posts. Me thinking this is an awful mindset to have because it leads to mediocrity doesn’t make me a sag. The sheer existence of this forum does seem to prove my thinking no? The fact that even when we’re on losing runs this forum seems to never drop to the 2nd page baffles me. Obviously it’s completely justified sometimes like when Cockman left them for a team in the league below despite being in contention for promotion at the time, or us signing Matty. A lot of the fan base don’t have this mindset, but there’s a minority that do that frustrates me. There’s also a minority who accuse anyone who doesn’t agree with every word they say as being a “Sag in disguise.” It’s just odd. I would rather have Bristol City forum about Bristol City, but hey, that’s just me. Or at least be talking about rivals who are higher quality than Rovers. Because the gap is so big at this point I just don’t think I care about the rivalry with them that much anymore as I used to, it’s kind of dead.
  7. I've never quite shared the same hatred for the sags as many on here, a lot of my family and friends are Sags, and my grandfather was gas and he's someone I really looked up to. I give them credit where credit's due, which to be fair doesn't seem the theme of this forum. On a separate note I'm negative about City because recently we've been awful and I want to progress and I personally don't see that happening under LJ unless major signings/changes are made. We have the potential to be a regular Premier League club, but I get frustrated by the attitude of a lot of our fans who seem to be happy with our performances as long as the sags are worse than us.
  8. Would be surprised if you genuinely haven’t. Was a key figure for Sheffield United in their first season back in the Championship, and was fantastic at Wycombe. Much too good for League 1 in my opinion.
  9. Just signed Jamal Blackman on loan, got to say, I’m shocked they’ve pulled that off
  10. They played awful route one football under Cockman, their squad isn’t as good as their position shows. Talked to a couple gas mates and they’ve had cracks in the surface despite their high position, like when they were the first team to lose to Bolton this season. Garner’s come in for the long term, has good footballing connections (as demonstrated by their signing today). But given the circumstances it’s no wonder he’s had a poor start, apparently have an injury crisis too. Also wouldn’t be surprised if they keep JCH this month, he’s been poor recently and has an injury record
  11. All honesty probably should've been a red, Coventry fans can't believe their luck on their forum.
  12. Garner might not have been a manager or a player but he’s undoubtedly a good coach. He was instrumental in bringing through a lot of young players at Crystal Palace, such as Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Moses, Nathaniel Clyne, Wilfried Zaha, Sean Scannel, Jonny Williams and John Bostock. I know he’s at the sags, but developing young players is actually something he’s renowned for. Considering their need for a striker other than Clarke-Harris, I’d imagine it would be a good move.
  13. Are people really so fickle to say that if he did go there they’d not want him to do well? Baffles me. If he goes there on loan and doesn’t perform well, they’ll just drop him. If he performs well, yes they might be promoted, but it’d give us an excellent option next season because get this, he’s not signing for them on a permanent. Don’t care if they get promoted, we should worry about us and not them, and if loan wise Rovers makes the most sense then loan him there. Don’t want him to go to Newport because that brings him no closer to the first team
  14. Who do you think is the best ever player to play for City? Just to explain what I mean, I mean not necessarily including City. Like for Manchester United the answer isn’t necessarily Cristiano Ronaldo, you could argue Ryan Giggs. But the best ever player to play for United IS Ronaldo. If you see what I mean. worst player is obviously exclusive to City
  15. He won't know a lot of the behind the scenes stuff. As a footballing coach with no experience of playing the game professionally a club, getting his first job at the top end of League One is quite fortunate, regardless of how good he is. Farke and Wilder started off at shit clubs to be fair. Either he'll be great and bring them up and will get poached and leave, Holloway will go there, take them down and then they'll be in financial ruin, or he'll be ****.
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