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  1. got cut off from virgin after 36 mins!! Funny how these people fall back on COVID when informing of short staff, but cant put things in place with all the tech they have to allow people to work from home!!!!!
  2. So can you cancel BT sport through Virgin and have them do it?
  3. If they increase prices I'll be extremely fooked off after being served up shite on a stick for nearly two seasons now with the talent we have in terms of player ability. To the people that try desperately to put a positive spin on our home results, I'm afraid you are deluded! It's in black and white for all to see, and I hope it doesn't cost us playoffs again this season. Of course I'll renew though. I love this club, but it doesn't love be back, and I'm ok with that.
  4. That would have been a great idea, but I just get the impression the club are not really onboard with trying to improve the atmosphere,. Hope it happens in the longer term though and they convert the atyeo to all standing. As above, Id love to transfer my seat, but fear its gonna be on a first come first served basis with little extra available after S82 have taken up there renewals.
  5. Whilst I applaud FFP for making clubs more sustainable, I still feel it gives the historic big clubs like Manure etc an advantage as their commercial revenue is massive compared to the likes of Man CIty.
  6. Mate, those two kits really dont look that bad! The other one is a homeless beggar with an old tesco bag on to keep the rain off! Ref is just asking fashion icon if he's got any change for a gaunt looking crack head
  7. This is defo for real. Club trying to follow the trend of mish mash shirts the yutes are lapping up at the mo. Problem with this one though.....it looks shit, and thats coming from a designer. In a bizarre way they've been too safe with it if that makes any sense. Or this could be a clever marketing ploy to get Bristols faux eco warrior middle classes on board. Using deadstock/recycled fabrics is a big thing at the moment in terms of waste and sustainability. Some bloke in China/Bangladesh calls Lansdown Jnr and tells him he's unearthed a mountain of deadstock city shirts from the past.....Jon's 'clever' business brain goes into overdrive! Well, thats my take on things anyway!
  8. Love this post. Sums lee up very eloquently!
  9. Fair enough Spud, thought that might be the case. That is the real shame for me, the rivalry has been watered down over the years to extent some younger fans dont have the opportunity to experience said environment. I'm pretty sure that's all the Gas would have been allocated for that fixture if its the same one Im thinking of, where they encroached on to the pitch Now, I'm gonna take pelters for this, but I wouldn't begrudge seeing Rovers back in the same division if it meant we could have those derby games back again. Tin hat on ha haa!!
  10. Mate, I respect that everyone feels different about derbies, mainly due to one's experiences, but I've never understood this thing with Cardiff over the Gas. Yeah they are a big rivals with historical links down the years (used to go over there in the early nineties), but they just simply do not compare to a true local derby, purely because of the geographical location and proximity. Any place where you literally used to spend day to day slinging banter back and forth (most of it good natured, but in some instances not!) is gonna manifest strong emotional feelings and ties with your rival, whether it was in school or work environment. Cardiff fans now and then are few and far between with no cultural links of growing up in the city. I get the anglo-welsh animosity, but bragging rights against your rival for the city was just on another level, and if on the losing side, you just used to suck it up and deal with it, part of growing up and learning to lose, making the feeling of winning when it came around that much more special!
  11. Don't worry everybody, this will all be sorted it with v.4 of VAR. AI will make the decision in real time milliseconds, exploding the ball immediately if an infringement is found to have occured!!!
  12. Thing that shocks me there is Valencia. Probably there best and most consistent player over his time at the club is only on 85g's a week, compared to some of those robbing c***** at the top. Valencia 'C'mon Ed, how about a rise in my wages, Ive been one of your top 3 players over the last 10 years!!!' Ed '**** off Antonio, come back when you've got a skunk streak in your hair and only play 4 times a year"
  13. Probably the most measured and logical post I've read in a while. Why don't people stop moaning so much and just get on with it knowing the technology is in its infancy and ain't gonna be perfect straight out the box. As we get version 2.0 etc things will improve and nuances ironed out. Football fans seem to have extremely short memories on how bad some of the decisions were in the past. Would you rather go onto a possible world cup semi/final or be knocked out by a blatant hand ball from a cheating c***?
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