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Sir Colby-Tit

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  1. It's a bit of a weird one. When was the last time a long serving non-youth player was loaned out then came straight back into the first team upon his return? Really impressed with the way he's applied himself since coming back.
  2. I like to stand in a queue and then pay £3.50 for a hot chocolate.
  3. At least buy me dinner first
  4. Just finished reading a great book, title as per thread title, by Martin Powell and Clive Burlton. Harry's name has of course been synonymous with the club for many years. My first memories of the stand that bears his name are from running up and down the steps in the early eighties when I had a brief trial with the club under Gerry Sharpe, and going into the school boy enclosure for 50p. As a young man I preferred to watch games from the East End, Open End or the Williams enclosure, but have had a season ticket in the Dolman for the last 23 years. I must admit until I read this book I was totally unaware of what a genius Harry was and how much he done for the club and the city of Bristol. Marina must be extremely proud. We're all of course aware of the great work that SL has done, and continues to do, but shouldn't forget the great achievements of his predecessor's. I really can't recommend the book enough, a fascinating insight into a truly remarkable man. I believe it's available in the club shop if anyone is interested.
  5. Couldn't agree more with that. I thought Brownhill, Nagy and Massengo all had poor games last night, giving the ball away far too often. I haven't watched the lowlights yet, but at the time I thought Bentley should have saved the first goal. Would liked to have seen NE whipping crosses in from the left rather than having to check and cut in every time. Fammy had a good game I thought. Bad day at the office, it happens.
  6. He's supernagifragilisticexpialidocious He bosses our midfield And is quite ferocious If you say it loud enough You'll always sound precocious Supernagifragilisticexpialidocious Um-dittle-ittl-um-dittle-I Um-dittle-ittl-um-dittle-I Um-dittle-ittl-um-dittle-I Um-dittle-ittl-um-dittle-I
  7. Nag-adoo doo doo he's a Red from Hungary Nag-adoo doo doo score a goal for me To the left, to the right, he beats his man with ease Come and bounce every game with a City melody (coat on, taxi called)
  8. With our record of injuries so far this season it would seem to be a wee bit risky to loan him out to any club.
  9. I'm going to go out on a limb here, and make a wild suggestion. Could it perhaps be that we see Rovers as our main rival, as they are the only other professional (no sniggering at the back please) football team in Bristol, and both teams have been vying for bragging rights for the last century? Only a guess mind.
  10. LJ needs to play Brownhill on the wing, just so we can belt out some Boney M Brownhill down the wing Tra la la la la There's a Brownhill down the wing Tra la la la la And he hates the Gas ####ing scum Scum, scum
  11. I haven't eaten meat for 23 years, for ethical and health reasons, but have eaten fish and dairy in that period. I've now cut out dairy and only eat fish occasionally and feel better for it. I've done a fair amount of research and the evidence seems pretty clear that a plant based diet is optimal in terms of health, longevity and disease prevention. Whether it's optimal for athletic performance is probably still up for debate, but I wouldn't bet against it.
  12. I watched that recently and found it very interesting. We may see a lot more athletes going down the plant based route.
  13. It was interesting to hear that JB has ditched animal products from his diet, no doubt Ashley Williams was an influence in this (who reckons it has improved his performance levels).
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