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  1. Just left a nasty, spiteful Welsh outfit that is a pain in England’s arse and invariably has a full-on toddler tantrum when the result doesn’t go his way. So Plaid Cymru would be a much better fit for him.
  2. How many City were at Cardiff? Can’t have been far off the number of Gash who turned up yesterday at home.
  3. We’ve never been FA Trophy first-round runners up though have we, LimpWristGash?
  4. Co**lan: “I accept the frustration of our fans because I wouldn't have wanted to pay to see that.” Nobody did, mate.
  5. K-9 always avoided Darrell Clarke.
  6. Daleks spotted on Clifton Suspension Bridge as new Dr. Who series is filmed. Original plan was to have the Cybermen at the Memorial Ground, but then the Dr Who writers remembered the Cybermen are allergic to comedy gold.
  7. I detest that repulsive pile of skeletal remains with a passion. Any City fans who like that utter weapon because “he’s a laugh, innee?” need to take a long hard look at themselves - why would we like a bloke who makes us all sound like daft yokels, and openly detests City? Only cretins who think Soccer AM is good would like the ridiculous bag of bones. Do one, Hollowhead.
  8. The chap in question has been unwell for some time but has soldiered on and has muscled through to attend City matches even when he’s been quite poorly. Wishing him a speedy recovery. Think he was named supporter of the year a few years back.
  9. “Magnificent stadium”?!? What are you babbling on about, man! What’s his yardstick for impressive buildings - has he just come back off holidaying in the Bahamas or summat?
  10. Even accounting for inflation, the SIXTY QUID I was quoted for postage of my City shirt last season (that’s postage alone, not inclusive of the purchased item) is a far cry from 16p. I had it sent to a UK address and wired the kind soul the actual £8 it cost to post instead.
  11. Chanting “Beadle! Beadle!” at the Scum was the most cathartic thing ever in light of previous AG derbies. He almost capped it off with a superb fourth goal - juggled the ball on the edge of the area and flashed a shot just wide.
  12. Some other favourite derby memories: 1984: 3-0 win at the Gate, first time we had met them in the league in a fair while 1993: The night when we effectively relegated them. Great atmosphere that evening 1997: Beating them three times at their new hovel in a calendar year 1998: 2-0 win at the Gate (partly thanks to a bit of a dodgy penalty award) that went a long way to securing our automatic promotion 2000: 3-2 Beadle-inspired victory the Friday before Xmas. Gash took the lead after about 50 seconds but weren’t in the game after that.
  13. That was deliverance - we had almost forgotten how it felt to beat the Gash at that point and it all looked bleak again until the Skellington had his spotkick saved. Then LD stoops to conquer and three quarters of the ground do their collective nut.
  14. I do miss the derbies although obviously I’ve no desire to see them become a regular fixture on the calendar again as that would either mean we had sunk back to their level or that’s Wael had finally found his reputed wealth down the back of the settee, but an FA Cup meeting would be nice. That would spoil their delightful habit of being humbled at home by nonleague teams though so if the Bristol Derby continues to lay dormant than it’s fine!
  15. Gash lose on penalties - never mind eh.
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