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Portland Bill

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  1. I beg to differ, the atmosphere when SC was in charge was pretty special!
  2. I think there are ways of doing this, which don’t include bullying.
  3. Bridges did a podcast called “undr the cosh” a few months ago. This is an English podcast, which will have been listened to by tens of thousands in this country. He was a highly respected footballer, who had a bloody good career. When he came to City he was still high profile, and viewed by City fans as a big signing, along with Marcus Stewart. I’m struggling to see why you disregard what he says, and why you wrongly think he has only said these things to an Australian audience. He lives and works in Australia, and Australian football fans know a lot more about the English game than you
  4. There was stories coming out at the time re GJ and his bullying. One in particular about a young loan signing we had from Charlton, when some of the senior players had to step in and stop GJ from what he was doing. Re, the chaos when GJ first came to the club, I was told by someone who at the time worked at City, that he was like “a bull in a china shop” during the first few weeks, and some players and staff were genuinely shocked by his behaviour. I’m 100% sure that we will hear similar things re LJ in the years to come. I am so glad the Johnson’s are finally out of my club.
  5. Excellent start, but..... against two league 2 sides from last season, and, did I not read that Coventry outplayed us for long periods? Been following City for far too long to take any notice of home games results against lower league teams, in the league cup. Lets re-evaluate after ten Championship games!
  6. Holland also had crowds, a game I saw on tv yesterday had a quarter allowed to watch, 6k in a 24k capacity stadium. I can’t remember the home team, but they were playing PSV.
  7. BREAKING: The EFL will stage pilots with up to 1,000 fans at matches this weekend, following approval from the government. EFL clubs were asked to put in requests by Today in order for their plans to be signed off in time.
  8. Forgot to say, fixtures to be played Monday 21st September through to Thursday 24th September. .
  9. @22Ahope you don’t mind me putting this up 1st round qualifying draw today featuring our West Country sides. Basingstoke or Chichester v Cribbs. Cowes Sports v WSM. Taunton Town v Wantage Town. Larkhall Athletic v Bitton. Yate Town v Bristol Manor Farm. Frome Town v A.F.C. Stoneham Swindon Supermarine v Shepton Mallet. Winchester City v Clevedon Town. Saltash Utd v Cirencester Town.
  10. Does it really matter Crikey
  11. Just watched Bridgwater v Bitton, Bitton won 3-2. Bridgwater were 2-0 up at h/t, but even then you could see that Bitton were dominant and it was just a matter of time before they got back in it. They were a class above. Two Bridgwater players sent off in the last 2 minutes, their discipline record is shocking.
  12. You won’t get as many ‘box entries’ in the cricket!.
  13. A lot of managers took great joy when Gary Neville failed miserably at Valencia. They pointed out that it’s easy to talk in hindsight on the tv, bit different when you have to make decisions on the touch line!
  14. You could get off your sofa, go and watch a live football match, and help a local non league club out? Just a thought. You never know, you may enjoy watching live football, as you are a football fan.
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