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  1. University freshers week display complete with whiteboard that looked like it had been coloured in by a 5 year old. Open top bus parade along deserted streets to celebrate finishing 2nd in the Conference.
  2. Yet they still managed to beat the Gas!
  3. Err.. I was talking about the Gas! Sadly I can't see FGR's attendances ever being higher than the Gas. Even more sadly I don't think FGRs attendances at the new stadium will be any higher than they are in Nailsworth. At least after the novelty wears off. It will be 8 miles from the existing core supporter base and the support for the move is far from universal.
  4. It will be interesting if and when restrictions are removed this season, to see how their attendances compare to Plymouth and Swindon. Guaranteed that Plymouth would be higher home and away, Swindon would be closer. 4th biggest club in the West Country anyone?
  5. Bristol City managed to get relegated on my 50th birthday, 16th April 2013. You couldn't make it up....
  6. Fair play, the guy looks like he should be the lead singer in Nickelback (and that's not a compliment) but that's a very good summary.
  7. We've replaced David Brent with Gareth Keenan (or Michael Scott with Dwight Schrute for fans of The Office US)....
  8. In the case of Bristol Sport yes he is He's lost millions on City and probably a good amount on the Rugby too. Its only in the last couple of seasons that City have moved into some sort of profitability. The only way he's ever going to make money on City is by getting to the Premier League. Which makes the forthcoming appointment of Dean Holden all the more unfathomable....
  9. "The move to Twerton Park will provide supporters with upgraded facilities" Not a sentence that's been uttered by many I would guess!
  10. I'd rather we were sponsored by Dunder Mifflin.
  11. Is Pat Lam a "yes man"?
  12. I felt genuinely sad when Cotts left even though that was also the correct decision. I'm just not feeling it here, the overriding emotion is just relief. Still it would be churlish not to say thanks for his undoubted hard work and he clearly had great affection for the club. For the first time in many many years, we have got rid of a manager but aren't in a perilous position by any means, which hopefully will be a big positive.
  13. Possibly when we signed him we weren't expecting him and Afobe to both be available for selection, at least not until the last couple of games/play offs ? Now we're trying to shoe-horn the 2 of them and Diedhou at the same time and 3 into 2 won't go. Dreadful management to call him out as unprofessional over choice of boots/studs though.
  14. The 'established in the Championship' worries me. The league is such that just about any club is one bad season away from League 1 or even just one catastrophic run away. Just because a team has finished in the top 10 for 3 or 4 seasons doesn't mean that they won't be involved in a relegation scrap in the next one. To be honest, if someone offered me the position we're in now, next season, with LJ or not, I'd probably take it. Safe from relegation with 8 or 9 games to go is no disaster. The trouble is, if LJ stays on and we don't improve in the next 7 games, I see a real danger of a very
  15. Joe Hart Euro 2016 is another when he was manic in the tunnel before the game.
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