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  1. milo1111

    Fammy straight down the tunnel

    I do wonder where all the deluded berks amongst us at Ashton Gate imagine we are going to get an upgrade on fam from for under 6 or 7 million and under 30k a week in wages ie. within our budget?? These people must have some seriously good scouting knowledge because not many championship clubs with similar budgets have managed it.
  2. milo1111

    Niki

    Basso maybe, but not many others that spring to mind. Oh wait a minute what about Neil Kilkenney or David James
  3. milo1111

    Lee Johnson - Stoke [Telegraph]

    If Johnson goes to stoke it would be a massive slap in the face to SL after all the loyalty lansdown has shown him.
  4. milo1111

    Winning ugly

    Great post. Totally agree that it would be really hard, with our wage structure, to play glorious football week in week out and challenge at the top. It can be done but you would have to unearth quite a few gems on the cheap. Results need to be good if you are playing conservative football though. boring losing football is a quick fire way to the p45.
  5. milo1111

    Humble pie for new year

    I’m on the fence regarding Johnson but if I had to say one way or the other I would say he isn’t the right man for the job. But one thing I would say is a massive feather in his cap is how solid we look this season. He must take the credit for that and for getting the keeper , Webster and Kalas into BS3.
  6. milo1111

    Rate The Performance - #1: Millwall (H)

    4 /10 for me. Coming after Preston which was a -10 out of 10 made yesterday seem better than it was to some. Also milwall are utter pony.
  7. milo1111

    "We're building a new team"

    100 percent spot on. As for whether SL is happy with that. I suspect if a non family friend was at the helm he wouldn’t be happy at all. But as LJ is a friend then the extra slack he gets cut willl keep him in a job unless we are bottom 3 at some stage.
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    Lee's after match interview

    I’d love hogan down here but wages would be a stumbling block I’m sure. More likely we will let Johnson waste the money on more punts.
  9. milo1111

    Lee's after match interview

    You are forgetting the worst of all. PRESTON
  10. I hear you and understand what you mean but there are no guarantees LJ will succeed with this group of players. 2018s results categorically say the opposite. On top of that if he gets through to next summer he would probably be looking for 4 or 5 new faces himself anyway!!!!!
  11. Why, why, why do we have to give up on our ethos if LJ goes? This is what gets me. I feel like SL, Ashton and co have have drip fed this idea into the subconscious of our fan base to buy LJ a ridiculous amount of time and slack. Frankly it’s utter bull!!! The reality is that having a club ethos and long term strategy like ours makes the head coaches role totally changeable. He is just the steward and changing the head coach doesn’t mean abandoning our long term strategy as there are plenty of guys who would work with it. Most foreign managers know no other way.
  12. milo1111

    If not Johnson; then realistically who?

    Here, here. Most important post in any football club is the manager. We just seem to nearly always go for uninspiring choices and bemoan the fact we shouldn’t expect better We have plenty to offer and with the right manager we could take off.
  13. I’m sorry I’ve been busy and haven’t been active on here for a few weeks but how do we know moyes would be interested?
  14. milo1111

    Martin O'Neill

    Not the model here though is it. I get the impression SL thinks LJ is the only manager on the planet who can or would be willing to work within our culture/ ethos. Utter madness. The whole point of what we should be doing is having a BRISTOL CITY PHILOSOPHY where the manager is just the steward as you rightly say. If he isn’t cutting it then someone else should get the chance. But not here. Some people think by sacking LJ we are giving up on our philosophy. Really pisses me off. There are other coaches out there that would love a shot of running our club as it currently stands.
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