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  1. CSF book (Merged)

  2. I have always thought that one of the biggest things for any employee in any role/industry is do they care? Do they care about their role, their team-mates/co-workers, their self-improvement etc. If they do care, then they should be someone who can do a good job and take a company/club forwards. The great thing is, it really does seem that our players and staff really do care and it's good to see. Recent results reflect this too.
  3. Barnsley / Moneyball

    I read his message, and it was pretty sad. Seems like a proper Barnsley man who helped the club when it needed it. With regards to the Moneyball side of things, I have to ask is it needed at Barnsley as you seem to have done exactly that over recent years with the likes of Hourihane, Winnall, Mawson etc being bought cheaply and sold on for decent money.
  4. Stoke Tickets

    Yep, fully aware of the name . Apparently a fair few live in/around Cornwall/ Devon/Dorset so still a bit of a trek for a night game in a crap cup.
  5. Stoke Tickets

    I work with the South West Stoke Supporters Club chairman and he bought 42 tickets for this yesterday so would think they will bring quite a few fans down (relatively, for a crap cup game)
  6. Four years...Do we miss the Bristol derby?

    I loved and hated the derbies in equal measure but I wouldn't want them back. Yes, the atmosphere was great but having watched a lot of them in the 80's, there are very few worse feelings in football than losing to that shower and hearing their fans crow about it afterwards. This happened far too much back then for my liking. Ironically, my favourite City game was the Donowa derby. Mainly for the hair-raising atmosphere and to finally put one over them after years of getting beat.
  7. Happy 20th Birthday OTIB

    Ah, after 14 years on this forum you tend to forget about the people that were regulars back in the day. I'm surprised Malone is still posting under a different name nowadays as he was my favourite when I first joined and I thought he emigrated to Ziderheads on a permanent basis. I would've thought I could notice his irreverant writing style. Dr Faustus was the exactly the same just from a different viewpoint. Gobbers was superb at posting good debate. Somehow it would always turn political though. Bristol Boys posts were always worth a read until he got a little too big for his boots. Mozo was good fun as was barry manc. Those two, WTFIGO! and myself used to have some good chats. Seemed similar types of people. Tomarse, Ian, dolly, Redm etc, big hand to you all. Between you, you have done a fantastic job. Everyone else, keep posting. Without you, this website would be worthless........Yes, even you Robbored
  8. Partnerships that should have been

    Johan De Kock and Davor Suker
  9. Trouble vs Wall!!!!!!!!??????

    Absolute power corrupts absolutely
  10. Cauley Woodrow (Merged)

    Fulham fans think he's crap, Burton fans think he's great. Perhaps more importantly, what do the Barnsley fans think?
  11. Olè, you are one of the few people who post on this forum I actually take seriously when it comes to describing how things are going on the pitch, and last season you had some massive concerns about us early on in the season (even when we were actually doing well in the first month or two). To read todays synopsis after getting beat gives me a lot of hope. I always thought we would be better than last year as LJ would know the payers better and we haven't had such a huge influx of players to try and bed in ad last year. The future is looking bright, I just hope we can build and get more consistent as the season goes on.
  12. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Hindsight is such a wonderful thing. He's probably now crying tears of despair, while we cry tears of laughter
  13. I've thought this for a while. I can imagine the clubs thoughts at the end of last season went somewhere along the lines of.......Adens stock is as high as we think it will get. Can we sign someone who we think is better than him? Are there clubs interested in signing him for the money we want? The answer seems to be yes to those questions, so it makes good business sense to sell him on, whether Aden wants to go or not. That to me is how this club should be ran, but I would like us to have been a little more open and honest about it. Making comments like 'his head has been turned' doesn't do anyone any favours and after the efforts Flint has put in for us (all being that he has been paid well to do so) I personally think he could be treated with a little more respect.
  14. Eliasson Signs!

    He's wearing his Calvin Klein jumper inside out Edit: I see Rudolph beat me to it