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  1. I don't think it will give Pato or Dasilva any advantage!
  2. Why can't the whole game be played with boxing gloves worn and players are allowed to use boxing to gain advantage at any time? Goalies get to wear massive gloves of course.
  3. I think he managed about a dozen "if you like" in that short clip
  4. Two criticisms @Shtanley... 1. It's annoying that I didn't think of doing this before you, because it sounds like fun 2. You're too young for my liking, but that will improve with time My thoughts... I love the long form interviews and would happily have let you linger on questions longer. Louis was incredibly honest and ready to talk. Gary Johnson was a funny one because at times he struggled with questions, but Louis just delivered every time. If you keep interviewing players and managers whose careers crossed you will build a great body of work. Eventually more and more detail will be pieced together. The more you do, the confident you will be asking the difficult questions. You're already probing at times which is great. Please get Tommy Doc! By the way I was expecting this thread to discuss who Louis was referring to when he referenced older players coming in without the appetite required?!
  5. Right, we're all going slightly mad in the off-season so have a bang on this... Football. 2 points for a goal inside the area. 3 points for a goal outside the area. All you have to do now is tell me how much of a genius I am and we can all go back to the transfer tedium...
  6. If he ends his career at Rovers he will technically be the ultimate disloyal footballer...
  7. I think since being in the Championship we've pretty much picked all our bogeys, excuse the turn of phrase
  8. The good news regarding this thread is that it doesn't seem like there would be any OTIB objection to City having an 'out' player. Everyone seems pretty cool with it. Some people probably wouldn't like it to be overstated, some would want to champion it, but those are just little differences between people's outlook. So if O'Dowda and Brownhill's special friendship ever does blossom into something more romantic, they'll have our support.
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    O'Dowda

    Here's a crazy suggestion that I haven't seen before... Could O'Dowda play as a striker?! He's got the physical requirements: quick, athletic, tall. He's also proved that he can score good goals, albeit cutting in from out wide. But could he lead the line? On the shoulder of centre backs?
  10. From a business perspective the club woud be prudent to reach out to as many groups as possible. KFC don't do a vegan option because of their morality!
  11. https://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/bristol-panthers-represent-city-at-bristol-pride/
  12. Weirdly, I think David Beckham had a positive impact on acceptance of homosexuality in football. He was more than happy to be a gay icon and posed for Attitude magazine. It might not be the most sophisticated way to bridge the divide but fair play to him.
  13. Yeah and uni and offices are two places that you expect less discrimination because they're abundant with political correctness. Obviously that's a different environment from a football team/terrace where it can be a bit more 'old-fashioned'.
  14. Yeah I think we're all pretty optimistic that it's just part of a process of integration. I mean, some people are so optimistic that they don't even realise there's a problem. I think there are still a few stages to go through before sexuality is accepted unconditionally in football.
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