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  1. One word describes the task Steve Lansdown is facing in the coming weeks: MASSIVE !! This is a recording of the latest FBC Podcast: https://foreverbristolcity.podbean.com/e/massive-1619071266/ City's one moment of class in this game was Bakinson's 2nd goal in a week which provided an interval lead. In the second half City put in a performance of the kind we have become increasingly used to. An equaliser conceded through lack of physicality in the 6 yard area and then, as they stumbled to what would have been a point against the bottom of the table side, a needless [?] handball from P
  2. Join us live: https://www.podbean.com/lsw/voj3TKjf6G?lsid=M9RV7hW5FLG One moment of class from Tyreeq but as for the rest of the game and the final third in particular ..... it was very, very poor [just being polite]. 39 points from 39 games since that opening 4 game flurry - 34 league goals scored. Pearson - has he made a difference? 9 points from 33 [exc. Boro]. Have the players switched off? Absolute shambles of a club on and off the field [except for the infrastructure!]
  3. With Ashton on £500K PA that's £40k per month - City could have saved that by saying "we'll pay you until the end of April and since you are so keen to start you can do so at the beginning of May". His mind cannot be on BCFC in the manner it should be. I had a valued member of staff years ago who said they were leaving for another job. I was disappointed but .said would you like to go right away and they said "yes" so I said go on then - saved myself their salary for an unproductive month. [their decision to leave meant I didn't have to pay a month in lieu]
  4. If I was Lee O'Neill from that list I'd start looking for a new role!! Luke Werhun is waiting in the wings!!
  5. I just can't believe he's staying on until the end of May. How long has his mind not been 100% on Bristol City. The Lansdown's have been duped by this snake - I wonder how many of our OOC players will be spearheading Ipswich's drive for the Championship. No transfer fees = good wages = good fees for agents representing them!!
  6. https://foreverbristolcity.podbean.com/e/draws-are-like-buses/ Ian, Mark, Lezz & Headhunter review the 1-1 draw in Sheffield - no shared spoils for half a season and then 2 draws in succession! We moan about another goal conceded from a set piece and some dreadful refereeing. We question whether Lansbury's sending off had much of an impact and discuss the performance of much coveted Owls midfielder Barry Bannon who faded as the game went on much like his team! Talk switched to who should be retained from the OOC players and the general view was that with a surfeit of midfiel
  7. Click to listen live: https://www.podbean.com/lsw/voj3TKjf6G?lsid=ePEN9hVzixV We'll discuss the match action from Hillsborough where a late Tyreeq Bakinson strike earned 10 man City a 2nd successive draw and a point that pretty much secures Championship football for a 7th season. It wasn't pretty, in fact it was dire for most of the game with Bentley's penalty save and other heroics between the sticks restricted Wednesday to a solitary goal. We'll also speculate on all the off the pitch action too!!
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    We're doing a live recording of Forever Bristol City Podcast @ 6.00: https://www.podbean.com/lsw/voj3TKjf6G?lsid=ePEN9hVzixV
  9. Looks like LJ is thinking of us allowing Wigan to win tonight and move above the Gas; agent Wright back in the side too!! Just read their forum and found this, .... the locals are getting restless: He got lucky with a New Owner bounce. The bloke was shit and tinkering and was given deserved criticism for his tactics and stupid speak after his first 10 games. New owner came in and the players were playing out of there skin. He kept it simple and piped down after getting deserved criticism. He now thinks he’s gods gift again and has reverted to trying to tinker and try anything, and w
  10. If you have any questions you would like to ask Mark post on this thread and we'll do our best to get him to answer them
  11. Well, despite Pearson's somewhat indifferent results, if it is Robbins [or someone of that ilk] then instead of buying 2 corporate tickets in the Lansdown at a cost of £3647 it will be 2 Central Block Lansdown tickets [if available] at a cost of £1133 - that reflects a pensioner discount you don't get [at the start of the 5 year deal you did] in the corporate seats. For us that's a saving of £2500 which is the cost of 4 weekends away somewhere!!!
  12. This is a link to a recording of last night's Forever Bristol City Podcast: https://foreverbristolcity.podbean.com/e/baby-steps-1618118855/ OK, we're starting from a low bar but there was enough in yesterday's 0-0 draw against Forest to suggest that City have arrested a decline in form at Ashton Gate that was becoming embarrassing. It wasn't pretty to watch and the visiting keeper wasn't troubled but in the second half, inspired from midfield by the ever improving Massengo, City put in a performance that pleased most fans and Nigel Pearson. Ian, Mark , & DaveFevs joine
  13. Something we've been craving at Ashton Gate for weeks - a performance and City gave one in the 2nd half although in the first it was Forest who were much stronger. City should have had a penalty late on when Semenyo was taken down by Worrall but the ref gave nothing - maybe he was stuck in a time warp thinking Forest were Champions of Europe as every 50/50 decision seemed to go their way!! HNM was excellent and covered every blade of grass. We'll discuss all the action and the off the field chatter in our live Pod at 6.00 PM Listen here: https://www.podbean.com/lsw/voj3TKjf
  14. I think the level of performance and commitment will be under scrutiny today. We've put in a performance away from home several times this season but when was the last time we played at Ashton Gate in a manner that even if we lost you could say we played well and didn't win through bad luck or that the other side were simply better than us.
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