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  1. Agree that it’s one we should always try and sell out and I’ll be going. But also agree with others views as well that the authorities don’t half make it as unappealing as possible with the consistently crap kick off times. Coupled with the fact that it is completely soulless there these days, terrible stadium devoid of any atmosphere at all and generally a hassle because of the kick off time then it really is only geography that is the pull these days for this game and the only reason we should sell out.
  2. There was a great night for the Ashton Gate 8 a few years ago now and JP was the compere. You could tell the passion he had for City then - and especially the AG8. It was before my time but it was a cracking evening to learn about the history of our club and what those blokes did and to have someone of his ilk running it was great - really brought it home with his knowledge and genuine feeling. Spoke to him afterwards as well and he came across as a genuinely lovely bloke as well as evidently very good at his job.
  3. Saw him riding down Glos Road at lunchtime whilst I was waiting for the bus, so he was definitely on a bike. He looked harmless enough tbf but still a bit weird him being allowed to wear an opposition shirt in a home end.
  4. Yep, how it changes your outlook on life is incredible, it really is. It’s not outlandish to say that it changes your very being. I said to my partner after we visited that I think it should be made part of the curriculum for all 15/16 year olds to visit there - funded by the government. As harrowing as it may be, it may make for a better future for all of us. Although seeing the picture of this **** maybe I was wrong.
  5. All the best to you mate and to Angus #fuckcancer
  6. Yep. Would take that now in a heartbeat.
  7. Yep. Rather see a SW team do it than anyone else if it can’t be us. *this does not apply to football! Shame our bowling was so bloody toothless
  8. Wow! Brave move of true. Looked a decent player who could’ve gone somewhere with the right application. Each to their own though of course!
  9. Indeed I get that thanks. Just wondering why he didn’t take it up.
  10. Presume he didn’t take it up then? Seems an odd one Dave - know any more? Thought he looked a good prospect.
  11. Hertha Berlin was a cracking experience. Saw them v Borussia Dortmund a couple of years ago and everything about it was brilliant. Atmosphere, beer, stadium, free travel on day of the game with a match ticket. And the city itself is amazing. I’d imagine Union would be just as good if not better.
  12. Good work BBSB. That made me laugh out loud. What an absolute dump that place really is!
  13. Very very odd. Maybe ‘supports’ another team (if braincells of said individual allows them to carry out cognitive actions) but still very strange / sad / embarrassing regardless. Reporter handled it very well though.
  14. Nope it’s mainly sad old ***ts who should know better. The vitriol is pretty funny really. Sad and desperate. Just like their pathetic excuse of a club.
  15. Video doing the rounds of Matty walking through the back of their family stand and getting proper dogs abuse. Not sure what he was doing walking through there in the first place but still. The loyal and few showing their ‘family club’ at its very best yet again. (Can’t work out how to copy it to here but it’s on the ‘City til I die’ FB page for anyone interested.).
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