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brady bunch

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  • Birthday 31/07/1967

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  1. Took me ages to start listening to it and once I did, I was gripped, amazing interview, well done Stan. As a 52 yo his comments about his long term memory being far better then his short term, rings so true. When he talks about his times with city in and around the directors and backrooms, you can almost transport yourself back there in time. Would love you to get a cider with Joe Jordan, and hear his views on the promo squad of 89 (Gavin, Shelton, Rennie, super Bobby Taylor and co), that was the year I went from part time supporter to it being a passion in my life).
  2. This whole thread makes me hungry! As I am having a cheeky few days away staying in a static VW camper in a beautiful little Orange Grove in Tavira, Portugal (very few plastic national flags or Messango wigs, which I know will annoy Rob and Stan ) the long version will be perfect with some of the local Vino...
  3. You would think he knew in advance he is not going to play a full 90 minutes so can run around, closing down and chasing lost causes like a maniac and at least get the supporters on side, even if we are yet to see end product. But he doesn't! he plays like he is conserving energy for some later part of the game?? very odd to me. he is completely out run by his much older playing partner.... not good on any level...
  4. Bailey is a very good guy and was the one player my 12 year old remembered as being really kind to him when he was a mascot. He is a great club guy and worth having around in some capacity in the future. There is little doubt he would run through a brick wall for his teammates and the club, but and its a big BUT, he simply is not a top end Championship defender in my eyes and if he is ever more then back up, we are not going to get far as an ambitious club.
  5. A class act, not the quickest now, but his brain and experience easily makes up for that. Always seems to be in the right place at the right time.
  6. "to be fair" (see earlier post on Tammy!), I did not clock his age when he signed and watching him play I assumed he was 25+, suffice to say I am very impressed with the maturity he has shown on the pitch. He looks a real upgrade to me, and its no surprise that Jack Hunt has upped his game since his arrival.
  7. RIP Junior, as many have said 40 is no age at all, far to young to die.
  8. I hope we did not give him "stick" last Saturday after his performance and goal at Brum..... far better left backs then ours or Rowe will be given the run around by that QPR winger who was electric, we should have doubled up on him whenever he had the ball (which we did in the second half). Rowe looks like a top class utility player and just the sort of bloke we need for a long season and particularly for those evening winter games oup North, when a few in our ranks many not be quite as up for it as they would be at a sunny Ashton Gate in late August...
  9. what a player for us he was, total class, but i think the fags and booze were another of his loves...
  10. I am surprised this has not been mentioned more, Leeds outplaying us in the opening game and also looking sharper, fitter and more organised in the process, will have been a major factor in the players decision. He will have certainly watched that game and made up his mind after it. Having said that, I am more then happy with Afobe and if he looks sharp and fit and I think he could easily out score Nketiah over the season.
  11. Nick - Your Dad sounds a top bloke and I loved reading through your memories of your times with him. Kindest regards to you and all your family and I will rise a glass of something nice to my fellow city fan Charlie Boy tonight.
  12. Buzzing, so happy to see the big man return, a true lion heart
  13. Buzzing, jays a perfect fit, now for kallas!!
  14. That made me laugh out load, it really did.... not good in an open plan office (that I meant to be in charge of), when I was just sneaking onto OTIB to get my daily fix of city.... Top marks Sir!
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