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  1. Should have played a lot more games for City than he presently has - experience and the extra Championship quality is only gained through minutes on the pitch.
  2. You've raised a good point, and I'd take it one step further by suggesting the January window should be for loans only. It makes perfect sense, a loan until Summer with a view to buy. By January it is quite clear which players won't feature for their current team and managers know which players they would like to bolster their squads. January should definitely just be for loans.
  3. It's a strange thread, but the simple answer is because LJ was the manager at the time Leeds appointed Bielsa, and despite this bizarre negativity, was and still is, actually doing a very good job as City manager. You don't replace someone actually doing the job they are employed to do to a decent standard.
  4. I don't think he's the answer, but would have backed him to score one of the chances Big Famm missed on Tuesday.
  5. Not a problem, I've got quite long arms
  6. I'm sure you're probably end up going. I'll be there, especially trying to flog 1000 Bring Back Bobby t-shirts. Today will be a good game, as Barnsley will be well up for this one, and as a result, we'll have to raise our game. I don't see City definitely winning, but a 2-2 cracking game could be on the cards.
  7. Right, you and me, outside, now!
  8. Don't worry, I'll have a quiet word with him ...
  9. Yes Antlers, now there's two of us, with a bit of help from Robbored no doubt - let's bloody well do this. I want to use the full power of the Web to make this happen.
  10. This is the internet version of shouting from the roof tops (of Ashton Gate, with an arm around his shoulder), I don't care what it takes but I want Bobby back at City. He could be the catalyst to spark us back into life, and help push us ever closer to the Prem. The outstanding football we played when Bobby excelled 2 years ago was down to his leading the press from the front, and of course his newly-discovered finishing quality. I'm not sure if rules would permit us signing him in January (nor that Fulham or Cardiff would agree) but as long as red blood runs through my veins I will not rest until Bobby Reid has returned. Now, who's bloody with me? How about we whip up 1000 t-shirts to hand out tomorrow? Granted, that part might just be a little bit short-notice. Steve Lansdown, Lee Johnson, Mark Ashton - BRING BACK BOBBY! And no I don't give a flying frigg about the supposed saying of 'Never Go Back' ...
  11. Top 8 team for sure, just lacking a bit of finishing quality, not quite enough goals in the locker for a top 6 team. If only there was a way to bring back Bobby Reid.
  12. Thanks for all responses, some of the contributions on here are truly first class. My God OTIB has a lot of quality - take a bow one and all. There's a lot of topics covered here, that's for sure.
  13. Good luck, I've got the option of buying a ticket for a tenner with the member discount and I've not yet purchased it - still fuming about Tuesday.
  14. LJ has been taking a lot of flak, but I thought that was a very strong City team assembled last night. All the players earn a decent wage and have agreed to play for City, so why could they not fight harder to win? I don't blame Lee for the loss, I feel the players let him down and massively let us down. It is often said on here that this is one of the best squads assembled, so we should expect more from this group of players. It's simply not fair to heap the blame on LJ, I'm fairly confident he would have anticipated so much more, and must be hurt by last night, just like we all are. Lee is a genuine nice guy, so perhaps the players haven't turned it on as much as we would hope, as they don't have to fear any harsh consequences. The feeling might fade, but the City players have sickened me with their lacklustre performances against the Shrews, who had a lot more passion and commitment than us. If possible, I would dock the most culpable players a week's wages.
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