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  1. We bought him for buttons, sold him for a small fortune and in between he was the backbone of a team that rose steadily through the leagues. Of course he had weaknesses on the ground - most huge central defenders do.
  2. Yes I seem to remember being told one season that the card needn’t be replaced - then they sent me a new one anyway!
  3. This question seems to be asked every year, but I can’t remember a year when we didn’t get a new card.
  4. And the specific channel set up on OTIB for answering queries about the stadium just seemed to die on its feet, without explanation. It started well, but it just seemed as if someone somewhere decided they couldn’t be bothered any more. Maybe it wasn’t that, but I could never find a proper explanation.
  5. Congratulations to her. What an unexpected demolition of Serena that was. It’s always good to see a new winner. And that was fully deserved. Also, she has often seemed a bit humourless and hard faced on court. The win proved what a nice and smiley girl she really is. Really pleased for her.
  6. I see Derby played Sarasota last night and won 2-0. 0-0 at half time but Marriott came on for the second half and scored both.
  7. To be fair, you did yourself no favours on this one by making it sound like a done deal in a brief early post. If you’d just said City were considering whether to bring Albert back, no harm would have been done.
  8. I generally stay away from the stadium food. The Chinese chippy up the hill is much better value.
  9. It’s nothing to do with how I feel.
  10. Possibly true. Nobody has mentioned that it is a bit different to sharing a desk in an office. They share changing rooms. Phil Neville can’t visit a women’s team’s changing room, so sensitivities still exist in that way. There could still be sensitivities for players changing with gay men, as there might sharing a changing room with women. I don’t know, but it wouldn’t surprise me.
  11. Bizarre logic. FGR are no more forcing people to eat vegan food than Bristol City are forcing people to eat meat pies, pasties and hot dogs.
  12. Agreed. Whilst the development of Ashton Gate is fantastic, the food offerings largely remain appalling.
  13. Treat yourself? With a beefburger as sold at a football ground? Bloody hell. What’s your usual diet? Gravel?
  14. I suspect most people would happily try vegan food ahead of football stadium burgers. I know I would and I love meat - not so much low quality burgers and frankfurters.
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