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  1. That’s awful. Our fans would have slated the ref for bottling the card, injury or not.
  2. Sat opposite the dugout, it was noticeable that LJ “played” the lads that Walsh should’ve played a number of times. As in mimed it himself with his foot when turning back and discussing with backroom team Maybe it was the only when Walsh misplaced a pass I noticed Johnson doing it? He was certainly frustrated (ball boy delays etc).
  3. I imagine that’s him back out of the squad for a spell now...
  4. https://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/changes-to-city-s-championship-calendar/ What’s the betting someone still manages to turn up at 3pm this afternoon expecting the game to be then? ps Anyone making “the City performance” jokes is too obvious.
  5. Well since we last maxed out at 13,663 for 2008/09 (Here) after our last playoff push... shows why a nicer stadium and match day experience is worth investing in!
  6. Can’t find the old topics so someone feel free to merge! And https://www.insidermedia.com/insider/southwest/step-forward-for-bristols-ashton-gate-plans Plans to transform two sites in Bristol to provide hundreds of new homes as well as a sports stadium, commercial space and two hotels have taken a step forward with the submission of screening opinion requests to the city council. Two environmental impact assessment scoping reports have been submitted by Lichfields on behalf of Ashton Gate Ltd. Plans to redevelop land west of Ashton Gate were revealed in September 2018. The project's centrepiece is the Ashton Gate Sports & Convention Centre - a 4,000-capacity venue which will provide a permanent home for Bristol Flyers basketball team. It will also include two hotels comprising 300 rooms in total, up to 250 homes, 30,000 sq ft of office space, a mix of restaurants and shops, a gym and a multi-storey car park with between 750 and 850 spaces. A second scoping report was lodged in relation to the redevelopment of land north of Metrobus to provide up to 520 homes. This site was previously earmarked by Ashton Gate for a 30,000-seat stadium, but work did not progress due to the land being designated as village green. The scoping report said the two parcels of land are "intrinsically linked" and the development of the Metrobus site "will serve to enable the overall delivery of the key components of the land to the west of Ashton Gate". It added: "It is considered that this connection provides the very special circumstances required to justify the release of the greenfield site at Ashton Vale."
  7. tommy_b

    Parking

    Weekend I can understand people using organised parking as they may wish to turn up earlier and enjoy a couple drinks before the game for it to be worn off post game. Night games, as others have said - so many permit zones ended that it just isn't an issue unless you're of the belief you can park outside the ground and walk in.
  8. Usually for not more than half a game mind! Anyone got that stat to hand of games he’s only lasted to / before / just after halftime?
  9. Nah. Wasn’t sure if he was going to or not as he was out quite a long time. Last off from them but had stayed centre circle (near where he would’ve been at whistle tbf) talking to our lot. Korey was lost over towards us as obviously a bit slower making his way onto pitch and had been talking to Flint.
  10. I have never walked out from an away game and enjoyed listening to all the salty home fan comments more than tonight. It is such a delicious treat I don’t think I’ll need breakfast. I am full.
  11. I’m just impressed I have arrived somewhere earlier which had two colours in the sky. Sunshine blue and dark grey smog. I love coming to past and being polluted.
  12. Getting chauffeured up and get a shirt. Working my own way up to the absolutely dump that is Teeside? I hope my personal account manager is outside the ground as I arrive to give me - at least - some chips. Ps it is horrible here.
  13. Wouldn’t care if it was true and we did!
  14. tommy_b

    Liam Walsh

    U23s today alongside Morrell and Watkins (and forgotten man Adelakun). No Korey Smith so assume he has travelled with squad since they would’ve gone this morning.
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