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  1. J You're right, Joshua has a much stronger defence, whereas Brezale doesn't seem to have any defence; also, I can't believe how slow he is. I honestly don't know how Breazale is a professional boxer, appearing in world title fights. Apart from his size, he has nothing. He has zero talent, doesn't have the muscle I'd expect from a professional, serious athlete, and couldn't dodge any type of punch. That was easy work for Deontay. Wilder though, is exceptional and as you say, does have incredible power, and also speed. I appreciate the fact he is ripped with muscle, as it shows he trains like a beast and eats 100% correct for the sport. I pray for the day Wilder v Joshua is finally made as a fight. In the meantime, would love to see Dillian have a shot against Deontay.
  2. I think we will sell Brownhill for another whopping fee. I spoke to a City academy coach a few weeks ago and he said there were already 3 Premier League clubs interested in JB. I don't want us to sell him, but if so, we'd already have generated £20million with 2 players. Summer recruitment is going to be very exciting!
  3. I hope that my son will be a gold mine in the future - I just need to decide which sport he will dominate in!
  4. Sign him and then loan him to Bristol Manor Farm - it's about time he sampled life at a higher-standard of Bristol club. Thinking about it, If I was Sir Steve, I would (if permitted within football rules) invest some good money in Bristol Manor Farm. It would be interesting to push them up a few leagues, and then we could have a club on our doorstep that we could loan players to. I imagine that would be very handy for all parties concerned.
  5. Nooo, Joshua has to be the first one to knock him out!
  6. I don't have Sky Sports, so looking for the alternative ways to watch Wilder v Breazale Sunday morning. Will any Bristol venues be open at such an hour to show the fight? .
  7. If you're driving from the South Bristol area to Wimbledon away (July 9th) and have a spare seat / would like some extra petrol money, let me know. I wouldn't mind going and don't want to drive there myself (will definitely get lost). Non smokers only though, as I really can't stand the smell! Cheers.
  8. City v Palace should be a cracking game, well, for a friendly at least.
  9. Welcome to the club, Rob. Here's hoping you're good enough to push for the first team in the not-so-distant future. I feel his comments are interesting (taken from the city site): “I’ll come in at Under-23s level first and maybe go on loan somewhere, get some games at a high level and get more experience from that. “Hopefully if I do well it will lead on to better things here but we will have to wait and see.” It sounds like he has doubts about whether he will play for City, with his 'wait and see' comment. With all the players we send out on loan, we'll soon have the Chelsea of the Championship reputation!
  10. Bloody hell, Louis Britton sounds an incredible young prospect. Will have to try to get a look at some of the city youth games over the summer.
  11. Well I'll be damned, Tristan is on Gogglebox! I had no idea!
  12. Nothing wrong with him listening to his dad and agent, that's fine, but I doubt they'd be telling him he's good enough for the Prem - even Callum would know that's nonsense, unless he's a bona fide, delusional nutter. If it's only a question of money and greed, and a team like Stoke (mentioned above) are offering more than we can match, I accept that CO'D is a bit of a dick, as it would show no ambition to go to Stoke.
  13. Excellent result, and yep, Bristol City marching on through Europe! Strange to think that we beat them 2-0 in 1970 and have now beat them 2-0 today. Who would have thought we would be a bogey team for the Old Lady? Based on this win, Dan, you can spread the word and help build city a big fan base in Italy! Shame we've done our cause no favours by releasing Eros.
  14. I'd still try and commit CO'D to the club with an extra contract, even if it means amending the offered terms. Find out what he wants to stay at the club, as he's nowhere near ready for the Prem - so his only option would still be the Championship. Play him every week and he will have a quality season, I'm sure of it! He would be better served staying here. Unless he has his heart set on a move elsewhere (Leeds for example); I think the club will regret it if we can't get him to stay longer.
  15. Yes you are right, I've just checked on Google and City beat Juventus 2-0 in May 1970. I am quite surprised that the main City site got their info wrong. Surely, if you were going to write an article to say it was the first time City were playing Juventus, you'd check this out in advance! Lazy people!
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