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  1. Yes I understand what you are saying but I just see in any circumstance this would happen.
  2. Not been on this site for a long time and now I know why. Bye
  3. Poppy is worn as an act of remembrance for ordinary men and women who laid down their lives . It is not a support for the Army or Government or any institution.
  4. Outrageous thing to say, you claim to know your history I suggest you need a little more education. My Grandad (now passed on ) a catholic was born in Cork when Ireland was still part Britain and he told me stories of the Black and Tans growing up , however at the outbreak of WW2 he joined up and fought for this country like many others from the Republic and my Great Grandfather an Irishman , join an Irish regiment also fought in France during The Great Was so don't you dare compare the poppy to the swastika .
  5. Nor Irish pride for that matter , Republican terrorist killing many 100s even 1000s of innocent people.
  6. If and its a big If , if Rovers did go bust and City survived , couldn't see any reason why the two clubs would merge , how could you merge with something they don't exist. Why we would change are name etc , fantasy to think that would happen.
  7. I have to disagree, I can’t see any positive that are best players being sidelined by injuries.
  8. Not true . Atmosphere and match day experience and improved dramatically since the new stadium
  9. 1450 away fans at St. Andrew yesterday, Over 2000 city fans at the same venue last week,. Can we nail the lie put out by the blue few that they have a greater away following than us.
  10. Crying out for a striker for 12 months and end up with another cart house who doesn’t suite our style of play . Not enough goals in the team so for me it’s been a bit of a let down.
  11. Just been reading the gaschat forum to see what’s being said about the Weal claim of trying to build a stadium on the fruit market site. They are completely deluded and delusional, how long will before they start having a campaign to boycott the Sunday morning market because they blame the owners of the market that they don’t have a super doper stadium to call their own. What we know according to the regional director of Total Produce speaking on Radios Bristol, who is one of the owners the market, is that the site is not for sale but if someone makes an offer they couldn’t refuse they would consider it. He did go on to say they are very happy with their home . Now apparently on sagchat he is “only the regional director “ and therefore he haven’t been told the site is being sold off, or he is not telling the truth. Seriously these gas head have really lost the plot. An offer was made on the site by an unnamed buyer and was turned down a few months ago. The Fruit market holds a cards , they have a very valuable piece of land but also the location fits in with their business. I see many gas heads are saying it’s a win for the fruit market for to relocate to an out of town location again this shows but this is not strictly true. The fruit market is an wholesale business which means all the independent restaurants and fruit and veg shops in Bristol will go to the market everyday to purchase their fresh produce so the site in an convenient location for most of their customers and fact which most of the gasheads are unable to comprehend. This story is really a non starter. We have one of the most valuable pieces of real estate in Bristol with an owners who have no need to sale . Also the cost of the build and the infrastructure required puts this scheme in fantasy land. The gas are really the gift that keeps on giving if they believe that this stadium will every see the light of day.
  12. bs3

    @julieh

    I’m working in Reading but happy to get on a train and meet you at Paddington at 6pm in thePaddington arms
  13. bs3

    @julieh

    This forum is run by p1cks by the same pr1cks supporting the pr1cks
  14. bs3

    @julieh

    You are ******* ***
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