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  1. It's a big game for Stoke, as their remaining fixtures are against Brentford and Forest. Lose to us and they could still be in trouble.
  2. A timely reminder of this gem from David Squires for anyone who hasn't seen it
  3. Don't disagree, but Bowyer's hardly a shining example of tolerance and generosity either. Bit unfair on Neville to be included on a list alongside those two
  4. I would also be inspired by Hughton. In addition, he's not a racist thug.
  5. Some pretty undignified comments on this thread. Imagine if the boot was on the other foot (though many might welcome the suggestion of another club nicking our current manager).
  6. Give it a rest FFS. The story that Watford were giving out McDonalds gold cards is much more powerful when you know they were in the PL at that time
  7. Just as well hardly anyone turns up to their games, so they won't really notice whether or not they are playing behind closed doors
  8. But it's not that simple. We knowingly accept increased risks all of the time for the sake of convenience, not least every time we drive a car, or go out in winter (since normal flu kills hundreds of thousands each year). The reason that strong measures made sense in China and Italy is that, for whatever reason, localised outbreaks got out of hand It's a very different situation here, where we have a handful of cases scattered all across the country.
  9. Unfortunately, and unbelievably, Ipswich seem to be in even worse form than the Saggies. They have just lost 4 on the bounce, and 7 of their last 9. Now down to 10th and 7 points off the play-offs. Good job they got rid of Mick McCarthy ....
  10. 1. This isn't even their first 5-0 defeat in 2020 2. During their recent bad spell (which started immediately after they beat us!), they have lost to Stoke, Hull, Wigan and Luton, among others 3. They are 15th and falling, by no means safe from relegation. 4. In fact, with their next fixtures being against Forest, us, West Brom, Swansea and Preston, they could be in real trouble very soon 5. In these circumstances, calling for someone like Warnock or Pulis who can come in and stop the rot is quite understandable 6. Monk doesn't have a history of improving Wednesd
  11. You beat me to it - agree entirely about Maenpaa. Every time he got the ball our wide players made themselves available for a throw, only for Maenpaa to hold on to it then hoof it vaguely in the direction of Fammy. Solid keeper, but Bentley's distribution is so much better
  12. You ought to tell this to SL and MA. I'm sure they've got ring binders full of job applications from 'genuinely fantastic tactical managers' who would be guaranteed to get us promotion. D'oh, why didn't anyone think of this before? Sorry, but it winds me up every time someone suggests we should simply appoint someone like Chris Wilder...
  13. Also a Huddersfield team that ought to be desperately scrapping for points, that held Brentford to a draw and won at Hull last month and this month have beaten QPR and salvaged a point at Pride Park. They aren't going to let us walk all over them simply because we're the mighty Bristol City.
  14. Why did we lose to lowly little Birmingham? Remember they also beat Forest in their previous league match.
  15. A bit unfair to compare LJ with Chris Wilder, who has performed absolute miracles. You might as well compare him to Klopp and Guardiola. There will be fans of many clubs below us asking similar questions - if Lee Johnson can get Bristol City challenging for the play offs, why can't (insert name, e.g. Monk, Mowbray, Clotet, Woodgate, Cocu and others) do it for us?
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