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  1. Absolutely. Should have got him a year ago though. Would have been about £1m...
  2. Maidenhead United do actually have a "Bell End" I believe...
  3. No he did always seem to score against us! Mostly for Walsall. We should have signed him, he was a decent player at L1/Div3 level and played for ROI internationally IIRC?
  4. Mawson or Baker? Maybe one, definitely not both. Has Mawson done both knees now? Could be the case that repairs are stronger than the originals. Possibly worth a gamble because he is Premier League quality when fully fit. He doesn't appear to suffer from minor/maginary injuries that have always meant Baker missed so many games every season. It's a shame that both of them appear to be made of china. Fully fit Mason & Baker would be a superb Championship combination.
  5. Agree, I think your best chance of staying up this season would have been to stick with Ben Garner. a) it was his team so the players were more likely to respond to the guy who signed them, rather than managers who consistently told them they weren't good enough b) When he was sacked, you were clear of the relegation zone despite having played several of the better teams in the league in the early fixtures. The buck has to stop at the top though, Wael has made several catastrophic decisions which has led to this relegation and it was entirely self inflicted, so blame ultimately has to lie with
  6. Incredible when you see it in black & white like that! Must also have had an effect on the players who played in more or less every game in a compressed and difficult season. Semenyo 49 Vyner 49 Wells 48 Diedhiou 44 Kalas 43 Hunt 42 Also for all their faults Wells and Diedhiou both got into double figures for goals. Some credit to them I guess, even though performances weren't always stellar, to say the least....?
  7. Hamstrings Pulled Constantly?
  8. Has there ever been a period of time when both Bristol clubs have been so bad? We last won a game on 13th March, since then they've won one game; Doncaster 2-1 and drawn 2. We've drawn 3. Both surrendered a 2 goal lead to lose 3-2 in that time etc etc Similar problems with both sets of players, particularly physically and mentally weak players. Do footballers just come to Bristol for an easy life? 1980-81 is all that comes to mind, finished bottom two of Division 2.
  9. No real views on Lee Johnson one way or the other since he left here, but someone calling him "Bilbo Bellend" on that forum did make me laugh I have to admit.
  10. Still plays, or at least it did last time I tried.
  11. Unlikely but they could still both drop. Derby and Wednesday both lose their next game and draw on the final day, Rotherham win 2 of their last 3 would in this scenario be enough. Out of the 2 it's Derby for me. Wednesday have at least had some punishment for their shenanigans.
  12. Excellent news, just in time to take over here, if it's not to be Nigel Seriously they did a great job for Shrewsbury this season, thank god Rovers didn't employ him when they could, but of course the fanbase would never have allowed it anyway. Oh dear, how sad.
  13. Never replaced, he was the engine room of the team when fit. Was never fit in his last 2 seasons yet moves to Swansea and no fitness problems, surprise surprise. On a similar note, Szmodics was also let go at the same time, has scored 16 goals from midfield for Peterborough this season. 16 goals! Yes in League 1 but will be interesting to see how he does in the Championship next season. I guess we thought Nagy Williams and Walsh were the better options.
  14. Well hopefully it could very well be a long time before they "experience such a downfall", for a start they've got to get back to L1! "We are one million strong". We know that they're prone to exaggeration but this is a whole new level of delusion.
  15. Amazing story at Torquay, 90+8 equaliser after being 2 down to go top and Sutton Utd now losing in the late fixture.
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