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  1. I just had two beers and 3 reds. This looks good to me. I never new Exeter ever scored four goals in one match
  2. OMG now that brings back some memories. Remember wiping my face in the mother in laws curtains last time I had one of those.
  3. Well I hope you have chips and mushy peas with it. and a red.
  4. I think most on here would agree with you. We are not doing too badly though over all. Our position in the league is OK at the moment. Things could go either way over the next three or four matches. A couple of wins a draw and a lose would bring us 7 points out of 12. Not withstanding that we know what the issues are up front.
  5. Totally agree with you on a win to us. After all it has to happen one day. Congratulations on the birth of your daughter
  6. Kits from past years. http://historicalkits.co.uk/Bristol_City/Bristol_City.htm
  7. As long as it is not blue
  8. Good point. However what are these type of awards got to do with promotion to the Prem
  9. well there was 10,000 of us in 1977.
  10. And a surprise win is long over due
  11. 1-Mental health for men. 2- Familly. 3- Cider a years supply. 4- If it is 184 mill then give NP 50 of it to buy a center forward. 5- Give free season tickets to fellow City supporters where they have impaired family members and free car parking as well
  12. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=bristol+city+fans+at+manchester+city+stadium&docid=608041333455520450&mid=BBD299758BB59E4EDCB9BBD299758BB59E4EDCB9&view=detail&FORM=VIRE
  13. In your era yes and most probably the best ones ever.
  14. I was in my teens nd I remember that night so well. The night started off a bit aggresive with me and my mate from Bris school encouraged his older brother to take us. we were at an end of the ground full of City supporters on a lower level with Coventry fans above us. I remember so much shit thrown at us at it was a bit of a worry as we were only in our teens. we sang and we sang and we sang and I will always remember that night. I suppose we al have great memories of away matches and it depends on which era and who you went with and how important the match was at that time.
  15. Me too. My brother in law is a Arsenal freak and when we have a barny I still mention our great win and totally has no come back.
  16. This is my other one. I remember this like yesterday. The atmosphere was one of the best.
  17. Have been looking at some great away highlightes from the 70s. This is probably one of the best I remember and up there with one of the great travel experiences watching our great team play away. I was just a young lad at the time. https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=YdAR0Dqu&id=D2EAB635CC56EF889B72D232B742D4165437DB5A&thid=OIP.YdAR0Dqu4IlKhRILTbfToQHaFj&mediaurl=https%3a%2f%2fi.ytimg.com%2fvi%2fuW70X4FRYAA%2fhqdefault.jpg&exph=360&expw=480&q=bristol+city+debut+division+one+against+arsenal&simid=608005676634088352&FORM=IRPRST&ck=1F1F559FDB5FE91986D12AB5E0272404&selectedIndex=0
  18. Big Tone I here is around and give him a curry it could be him up to the challenge. Or even Dave Fes,
  19. I think it is now called the Abbotswood inn. I should of been a bit more honest on my previous post about the 002. I remember back in 1983 I met a Yate girl in the south of France. When we got back from France I met her at the 002. Little did I know at the time she was also engaged to one of the regulars at the pub. I had a bit of a dust up and scrap and wow it bloody hurt. There was her fiance and two of his mates. Any way we are now married and been married for 37 years and live in OZ. Every time we go back I make sure I have a pint in the 002. All pubs re great in the UK.
  20. Well I would of been a young 14 year old back then. I cant remember it. The ITV archive though has bought back some great memories
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