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About BristolCity1992

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  1. Matty Taylor's Having a Party

    Another thing that people are overlooking is that maybe they were there for the music? It's quite probable that they are all into House/disco music and wanted to go and enjoy a dance. Its an excellent release. In my experience day parties will have a much smaller affect on you as well compared to night events. Especially if you're staying relatively sober.
  2. Obscurest City Players

    Did Darren Caskey play for us on loan?

    Yeah sad to hear always enjoyed reading his posts. Definitely an interesting guy.
  4. Shocking price comparison

    Grimsby were still there in the nineties too if I remember correctly.
  5. Sieb Dijkstra

    A name from some of the first years watching City, also remember Starbuck who was mentioned earlier and thinking they were good or at least my Dad thought they were. Tommy Black and Clayton Blackmore stand out as good loans from back then. I agree though Mercer was one of the best 'keepers we had. A shame he couldn't get free of injuries.
  6. Vegetarian Options at The Gate

    Yeah I basically feel the same I've always said it's a personal choice. Not sure why so many get defensive about it. It's irrelevant if you want to discuss it on a football forum or not and it's quite easy to skip by the thread. There any many threads on this forum about different areas of the club and they are potentially missing out on extra revenue by having one veggie choice with more people giving up meat. Simple really.
  7. Vegetarian Options at The Gate

    Probably the club if they are losing out on potential revenues. It makes sense for the club to move with the times and offer more vegetarian options as more people choose a meat free lifestyle. Don't want to get to involved in the debate but when I did eat meat I used to try to eat "ethically" but really there is nothing ethical or cruelty free in ending an animals life early if it's healthy.
  8. 2016/17 kit

    No I loved it.
  9. 2016/17 kit

    Having everyone in slightly different shirts would be a bit a bit different I suppose.
  10. What do you do when you hit rock bottom.

    JJT your comments are childish and frankly out of order. DR I hope whatever situation you are in improves. Have you spoken to some of the charities such as mind? I cant tell if the first post is just an example or your situation so it's hard to suggest things you can do.
  11. New kit

    Heard it's going to be red.
  12. Michael Mcindoe

    Matt Murray was a decent player he would have played higher if he wasn't so injury prone in my opinion. Still that does sound like a lot of money for never actually playing.
  13. Bolton's woe's continue over players wages

    I feel sorry for the players too. They've signed a contract and should be paid accordingly.
  14. Wearing poppies

    And that sir is exactly why I don't celebrate Christmas to. I'm with you on that one.
  15. Wearing poppies

    What a silly comparison. It's this exact argument that puts me off the whole thing. Well done. By the way I am more than aware of the risks and pressure that people in the army are in when they are serving and when they're at home.