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  1. My first away game (apart from the gas) in the ‘80s. I think Harry Redknapp was their boss and we lost 2-0 to 2 penalties. Absolute riot kicked off in the stand. Wooden benches for seats ended on the pitch. Not a great way to start my love affair with away days, but very memorable.
  2. Really annoying, the sound is a few seconds in front of the video. Although not as bad as turning off the Sound and listening to the commentary on radio Bristol. We scored on the radio before the match had started on Robins TV.
  3. The only new thing I got from this latest Hollywood production was a hint at the desire to take control of the way football is funded. In this video, which I believe has also been said before, the need for a salary cap is the ultimate goal. This would provide “a level playing field “, which could be interpreted as ‘owners take back control’ (Jimmy Hill must be getting restless).
  4. As MA is CEO of Bristol City FC he is ultimately responsible for everything that happens under his stewardship. Probably why he only shows his face when things are going well and allows the rest to take the heat. Whatever the opinions on LJ, or anything else to do with this club, if it’s Mark Ashton decision then maybe he’s the change which is required?
  5. There’s a step by step guide on the club website and the test is running constantly.
  6. Force majeure is not a Bristolian term for shoving an Ultravox CD where the sun doesn’t shine, it’s a legal get out for situations like this. This club is a business, it doesn’t matter who the owner is, the income and expenditure has to comply with FFP.
  7. It’s relevant because that is probably why we won’t get one.
  8. Incredible the posts from people complaining about being treated like customers rather than fans and then arguing they are due a refund under consumer rights
  9. 1. You could always flog the other passes? 2. I would imagine any executive season ticket holder will have a much bigger and better tv than most, so will enjoy a far superior experience. 3. You’d be getting it for free, so those without a season ticket will undoubtably have to pay more. 4. Your early bird price has already been massively reduced compared to match day prices, so good luck with a refund. ...time for a cider & a lie down.
  10. Personally, if it helps the club out I would forego a refund on the remaining games of this season if it’s cancelled. My choice, I can afford it. But it would really boil my pash if the games are played behind closed doors or re-sold to tv for a bigger financial gain.
  11. I think they let a 3 year old design the anniversary shirt. That went well
  12. I never sit down. Just saying
  13. Furloughed employees can undertake training as long as it doesn’t involve service or making revenue for the employer. This goes for everyone, not just players.
  14. Unfortunately or fortunately, depending on your point of view, I believe our club is split into 3 different companies. If you unfortunately work for the stadium or BS you’re probably gonna get furloughed like many other people. Fortunately, for the football club, they can take the moral high ground of claiming to not have furloughed anyone?
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