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brady bunch

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  • Birthday 31/07/1967

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  1. 100%! Of course it is all what ifs and maybes, but, but, but, switching Marvin Elliot out of midfield to bring on LJ (I am NOT an LJ basher! - love him as manager, not as a player...).. Its hindsight, but switching Carey to right back (a far more natural move and what every other manager would have done) and bringing on Tamas Vasko to replace him in the middle, was what should have happened. IMHO Alas he never did, we never made it and have never had a better chance since.
  2. Start with letting you know what a brilliant podcast that was. As with others, I started to listen and could not stop..... one thing Bradley never lacked was courage (on and off the field and I think morally to) I have total respect for him, no one is perfect or has never made a mistake or done a few things they regret, Bradley's were just more public then ours... So glad he came on to your podcast, I always felt that his injury in the play offs was a game changer... I was a bit bitter that he left us (as I am your standard grumpy supporter, who thinks everything should revolve around my cub :laugh:...), but not anymore and certainly not once you hear his side of it all. Thanks as always to Stan and Pete and all the others that make the OSIB podcast one of the best in the UK.
  3. In his defense (accepting it won't win any court case!!), when we beat them at Anfield, I think he was the Liverpool player who came onto Citys coach after the game as they were loading up, gave our boys a couple of crates of beers and said well played etc.... a pretty decent sporting gesture for sure... but clearly he is a bit brain dead with regard to his drinking etc... walking heart attack waiting to happen now.
  4. 89/90 is in my top three favorite seasons, (GJ play offs and SC's recent double being the other 2), would love to have that reviewed... Tommy Doherty what a talent and most of it wasted as we all know and commented on.. loved watching him play in the early days and that game he played for NI when he bossed the midfield against Spain or Italy (a big team anyway!), I watched it on the telly and he rightly got MOM and I remember the oppo's midfield were all top quality, but Tommy out shone them all. he should have gone on to the prem, instead of the local pub!
  5. 5 all day long, if we are still voting, but in fairness, all of the are pretty enough! Who did win in the end, surely google knows?
  6. That sums up my memory of him 100%! bit of a nightmare at the time I thought, but very fond memories looking back on it all. I remember being involved in a documentary on something non footy related and had to visit the Bristol TV studio and when there I mentioned my thoughts on their colleague Roger M, they all nodded along as I moaned about him and all his "ways".... a few days later I had to go back and they had got me a signed picture of the big man himself.... as a joke.. but they aid he was thrilled to have such a big "fam", I think they did not communicate what I actually said about him thank goodness... I think I still have it, in a bag in the attic...
  7. We have missed his ability to come on late on and help us close out games we were winning, I have not seen anyone in a city shirt better at it in my 30 odd years of watching.
  8. I have been on RB a few times (just a few) in the last 20 odd years, and to be fair, you can struggle live to articulate all your thoughts correctly (and I am a company director of a £55m business!). So we have to forgive a little the odd confused caller (specially when its me, even though my last time I went on was the Danny Wilson era!)... In terms of Bentley, I agree, he is a great keeper and will rightly play the majority of games, but I would give him a rest for a few weeks to freshen up and Nikki M is a very good replacement IMHO. I know the recent form is very good, but the home form is shocking (which is what he meant for sure) and the midfield was out fought and over run for large parts of last Fridays game. As the OP states its all about opinions, even those delivered in a rambling, confused manner...
  9. Not the only poor performer tonight, but he has gone to this odd slapping of the ball mode, got away with it just in the last few games, but not tonight.... what did Nikki Manpaa do wrong? Give Bentley a break for a few games please....
  10. Agree Brentford is going to take one of the 2 top spots, as they look unstoppable at the mo. I have you roughly right on the table, but its a funny old game....
  11. He can use as much bullsh1t bingo as he likes if he continues to get the type of players we just brought in. Won't stop us having a giggle about it... but good luck to the bloke, I like what he is doing for the club.
  12. this thread is making me LAUGH OUT LOUD!!!! stop it, I am in an open plan office.......
  13. do you think one of our central backs new or old will maybe slot into the right-back role (Ala Baily Wright in time gone bye?), both our current right backs are good going forward, but for me not so strong in defence.
  14. Thanks Ole, please know that like many others, I really look forward to reading your reports (and listening to you on OSIB), but I rarely muster a reply or thank you! but just know that your efforts are much appreciated by many as a neutral honest write up that can be trusted if we did not get to see the game. Tim.
  15. Been said i know, but Gary Owers class on the radio, but the professional commentator is hopeless at letting you know what is actually happening, I think he thinks we can see the game, its like TV commentary!! Describe what’s is happening and at what end for FS.....
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