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  1. Their reporter says there's nothing in it, and tbh I doubt it too. Surely the bloke wouldn't have gone to the sags in the first place when they're on the brink of relegation and suddenly ditch them; surely he'd have just waited for a better job?
  2. Grew up loving a lot of punk; the Clash, the Sex Pistols, the Ramones are some of my favourite bands of all time. IDLES are fantastic and one of the only bands that I think can hold the torch of their predecessors in the modern times of Imagine Dragons and Greta van Fleet. Joy as an Act of Resistance is fantastic.
  3. I literally barely care about the gas anymore. Will we still be talking about the gas when we're in the Prem (if that ever happens) and they're in League 2? I hope not. The time of the Bristol rivalry is in my eyes over. We won. They're not close to us in terms of practically anything. Like yes, Rovers aren't a proper football club. That's precisely the point. We are, and shouldn't be concerning ourselves with them as much as we do. If we pushed a rivalry with Cardiff instead, we would 100% see expectations of this club rise hugely. Chelsea used to be concerned with Fulham, now they're concern
  4. Pardon me Eastend but when's the parade for "we've only got one win less than Bournemouth." What nonsense. Last time I checked we also had 8 more losses. You do realise that we have 16 losses this season; more than Sheffield Wednesday who are in the relegation zone? The gas are pathetic and everyone has known this for years. They are not a serious football club. We've been begging for progression and promotion but this is, in my personal opinion, a big part of what holds us back. I don't think I ever see Nottingham Forest fans talk about Notts County or Stoke talk abou
  5. 2005? Seem to remember we got in GJ when they got in Trollope
  6. Regarding the sags; not sure if anyone's seen this: Bristol Rovers' stance over Joey Barton revealed as ex-Motherwell manager is also considered - Bristol Live (bristolpost.co.uk) Another option they're looking at is former Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson as an alternative to Barton. Robinson is, just like Tisdale, a former City player. Seem to recall him being on loan to us under Wilson. Imagine, agent Tisdale gets them in this position and agent Robinson finishes off the job! It might even be better than when they got relegated from the football leagu
  7. One man I feel for tonight is BP's Rovers correspondent, you can see he's lacking the energy and how bad the sags were, the descriptions on player ratings gave me a right giggle https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/football/match-reports/accrington-stanley-bristol-rovers-live-4958447 "James Daly: 5" "Ran around" "Cian Harries: 5" "Only conceded one when he was on the pitch"
  8. Cor you go off football for a couple days and this happens!! Completely expected of course, maybe different to a lot of what people on here may be thinking I think their squad is actually half-decent. Absolutely light years off ours of course, but I'd be surprised if they went down. I just think Garner is absolutely woeful, recruitment seems okay for what they want to be; a Peterborough-type model, but as a manager he's hilariously awful, and was clearly never taking them anywhere. Think Paul Cook is unrealistic for them, think it'll probably be Michael Flynn from Newport; he was
  9. Would be shocked if Howe was sacked, I think he’ll probably stay with Bournemouth and take them back up if they go down like Dyche at Burnley. But if not I’d be all for it
  10. Honestly think Hughton would be by far the best option but I’m doubtful we can get him, because I think he’s probably have better options if he waited until the summer. Jokanovic a great, great option but was poor with Fulham when they were in the Prem and I think we have the capabilities to be a regular Prem side, but I don’t think he’d be good past that. I would LOVE David Wagner but again think he’s unrealistic. So yeah I’d go all out on Hughton probably but it’ll be interesting to see who it is if it’s not him
  11. Honestly it’s kind of fair *****, whether or not it will end like the sags are dreaming is one thing but wiping off all their debt, especially since some on here including me thought that that debt could’ve bankrupted them in future years, is kind of just fair enough wally
  12. 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
  13. Jammy gits. Mind you, their first goal was an absolute thunderc*nt
  14. 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 awa
  15. Just signed Tammy’s younger brother , the gift
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