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Tom Fleuriot

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  1. I hit the "next unread topic" button, obviously.
  2. FFS. Nobody avoids the scores for MOTD any more?
  3. Seems to me that the elephant in the room is why he isn't capable of playing in a different role in a structured, well- coached formation, after three years with the club. Albeit he has learnt judo.
  4. Is it fickleness, or is it different people replying? edit - Just saw you’ve discussed this. For what it’s worth, I think your assumption that it’s the same respondents is probably incorrect.
  5. Yep, I’d enjoy all of those. A collection of games involving Bristol City (a few subbuteo team pitches with loads of teams in classic kits to pick from, plus I had an FA Cup board game from when I was a kid). Loads of ideas.
  6. If they had decent archive footage, plus an ability to sift through news articles, and spoke spoken words from fans talking about their favourite matches, that would be enough for me. Will be all about whether they get a proper curator. A room with all the former city shirts (or a selection that changes every three months). An ability to search for a player and pull up a highlights reel or collection of match day programme notes. A few interactive things for little kids like a skills circuit (kicking a ball, shooting a basketball etc), designing your own shirt, or doing your own press conferen
  7. I noticed that difference between the players as well. But do you not think this is a sign that the coaching / motivation method isn’t working?
  8. Ha! I’d call it giving him until the end of the season, rather than doing what Birmingham did with Rowett.
  9. I think he’s giving him until the end of the season, which I think is reasonable. I’m not saying I won’t have LJ. I’m just saying I can’t explain to anybody what he brings to the table. And I do think that with this squad, we should finish 6th or 7th because we lose out on the last day.
  10. We wouldn’t get ten points with the current squad and manager. The fact is that I still don’t see the value LJ brings to team structure or coordination. I don’t think he should be fired, but I look at these players and think a great manager would have them top two.
  11. This is the big question that I can’t decide. If we’re recruiting hard working and intelligent players with great potential, are we sure that LJ has improved them? Or would they have improved anyway? Reid as striker I can agree on. All the rest: I’m undecided as to whether LJ really developed them better or faster than any other average manager would have done.
  12. Have you listened to this podcast? Or previous ones? It’s not like they speak jive.
  13. https://twitter.com/homeparkhero/status/1218226865820839937?s=09 So it's Plymouth, but Bakinson led the boy out. Thought this was a lovely tweet that reminded me of what it felt like as a young football fan.
  14. I generally hope to be proud of my life and actions. But sure, will stop assuming others want the same. Off I pop. CTID.
  15. Everyone knows he's thirteen. Read all your comments back and ask whether you're proud of what you've done there.
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