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  1. Possible transfer in the offing? There's been an approach and his head isn't in the right place?
  2. https://www.podbean.com/lsw/voj3TKjf6G?lsid=RxR9bh3jC2m : LIVE on the Podbean App [Forever Bristol City Podcast] Will this afternoon see a reverse of our wretched form against Alex Neil's Preston who we have failed to beat in the past 15 encounters. Ian, Mark, DaveFevs and myself review the 90 minutes action, discuss the transfer window, injuries, contract negotiations being parked "for a while" plus we celebrate the 5th anniversary of Mark Ashton officially joining the club!
  3. Forever Bristol City Podcast recording of today's live Podcast [also available on Google Podcasts & Spotify] https://foreverbristolcity.podbean.com/e/but-we-won-didnt-we/ Chin up everyone we're in the 4th Round of the cup In this latest episode Ian, Mark, DaveFevs and I discuss the win against Pompey which was down to two classy strikes from Fam & Chris Martin. Dan Bentley showed why he is one of the best goalkeepers in the country and Alfie Mawson looked assured in the 65 minutes he was on but those bright points apart it was another disjointed affair.
  4. One of my all-time favourite City midfielders in my early years even though he was here a relatively short period of time.
  5. Join me, DaveFevs, Mark & Ian as we celebrate City's progression to the 4th Round: https://www.podbean.com/lsw/voj3TKjf6G?lsid=1qAyvhaAuDq A win is a win isn't it?!! We'll discuss the game, the line up and the hot topics on OTIB over recent days
  6. I think Pic No. 1 is Steve Harding: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Harding Played only 2 matches for City in his entire career - on the winning side each time in 75/76. Covered the 2 games Collier missed that season
  7. If you were asked to compile a shortlist of 3 who would be on it [decent humans only] ?
  8. As the OP I made this suggestion on 26/12. Reading this and other posts the finger of blame is increasingly pointing in the direction of Mark Ashton. Our latest Rasputin character with the ear of the Lansdowns' would not like someone of the stature of Joe Jordan interfering in his business [transfers/contracts/ agents].
  9. I think the man to blame is the ex.Arsenal guy and this has been mooted on here before.
  10. Yes, and get us in the third round at Ashton Gate and cause an upset! Since Jan 1 2018 we've only won 25 out of 67 LEAGUE GAMES played here!!!!
  11. 100% agree. and so too have the Wasserman Agency [called something else before being acquired by them] who are what we in the recruitment world would say are on the PSL [Preferred Supplier List] - for our future transfer prospects check this list from £3M and below - that is the pond we are likely to be fishing in! https://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/wasserman/beraterfirma/berater/440
  12. More on the young Franco-Russian owner of Sunderland: ttps://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/55441731#:~:text=An%20agreement%20has%20been%20reached,by%20the%20English%20Football%20League. Will this guy, although very young, fall for the cheeky chappy style of our Lee?
  13. You are 100% right. If Holden was binned on, say, 1st April 2021 he would be paid to 31st March 2022. He has the comfort blanket of, in effect, 12 months notice which is pretty much par for the course on what is a director level appointment. I've always viewed Holden appointment as being akin to the Shift Manager being given the role of Production Director reporting into the MD who in this instance is Ashton!!!
  14. Yes they are and thank you. If JL is as in tune with the fans as much as some think then he must have similar feelings to us about the pervading influence that is Mark Ashton. Time for a word in dad's ear I feel.
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