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Abraham Romanovich

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    A living legend.
    In the past often seen in Stringfellows handing out signed photos
    That was a lucky escape! I nearly got sucked into a social whirlpool there, diverted from my lofty ideals into a life of debauchery! The flesh-pots of West London have been cheated of another victim! Eve has proffered the apple and Adam has slung it straight back at her!"

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  1. Good point , well made. Didn't think it was the Bradley Orr incident but an excuse to bring the great man to the legions of current fans who have probably never seen him plying his trade on the hallowed turf of Ashton Gate.
  2. That picture was it not Bradley Orr's cousin against Tranmere.( could be wrong on the opponents). If it was said Bradley Orr's cousin ,(not sure it is by the way) sat directly behind a group of his friends and just for a laugh one decided to strip off and jump on his back in about the 93rd minute GJ not best pleased. God Bless Bradley Orr
  3. I remember as a young lad stood in the Paxton Road end and in the pre match routine Greavsie struck a ball into the crowd knocking an old girls glasses off who was stood beside me, he raced over and couldn't have been more apologetic or concerned.At the end of the game he came back to make sure she was still ok. It,s a shame that all the goals were not recorded for TV, one goal I saw live was against Leicester City where he received the ball on the halfway line dribbled past 4 or 5 defenders rounded the keeper and slid the ball into an empty net . Top ,top player
  4. Surely you buy the players with the attributes to fit into the system you employ. Motd2 they were discussing Joelinton at Newcastle who previously played out wide as is now seen as a central striker which may explain why he hasn't scored since Noah built his Ark. Alf Ramsey use to say he didn't want the best players but the best players to fit the system he played which is why Jack Charlton played whilst Jimmy Greaves didn't. Just fit round pegs into round holes and concentrate on what they can do.
  5. A tad off piste -but a really good name for an Indie Band
  6. I bought my friend an elephant for his room. He said 'thanks' I said 'don't mention it'
  7. I'm not trying to meet intelligent and sensitive people, I'm happy on here
  8. The frustration is that LJ is capable of setting up attractive and entertaining football teams. The current boring football on display is very short term in it's thinking, the rationale seems to be should we reach the play offs everyone is happy and the season has been a success. Surely better to take a step back develop a team identity with the view of competing in the PL(Wolves, Sheff Utd)
  9. All the right notes but not necessarily in the right order.
  10. You write and comment very eloquently for such a young man ,I honestly thought you were in your 30's at least.
  11. Just asking for a friend... Does anyone know how many times you can legally sell a homing pigeon on eBay?
  12. Am I alone in thinking that I would much rather have a team of local lads all born within a goal kick of south Bristol. Appreciate that those days are long gone,but far easier to identify with chaps who are born and bred Bristolians who appreciate our history and culture. That said very happy with the team now assembled and hopefully a realistic chance of promotion.
  13. Nor have I, can only assume saving him for the Liverpool match
  14. Worth a read , interesting to see how we are viewed from afar and their thoughts on LJ who was their manager. http://barnsleyfc.org.uk/threads/bristol-city-lee-johnson.287379/
  15. Agree completely and the same can be applied to LJ ,I believe he has lost his promising young manager tag to lower league journey man. He flatters to deceive says the right thing to the powers that be but ultimately fails to deliver. Emperor's new clothes anyone ?
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