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  1. bcfcredandwhite

    Trivia - Who am I?

    Petr Czech? (it doesn’t specify on the same side!)
  2. bcfcredandwhite

    Do you also support the ladies City team?

    I wish them all the best and look out for their results. When they were on TV a while back playing against Liverpool I watched it - simply because it was on and there wasn’t a man’s game being shown at that time, but I wouldn’t go out of the way to watch them. Good luck to them.
  3. bcfcredandwhite

    Mo Eisa?

    He needs game time. I agree, league 1 would be better, but Lincoln are top of League 2 and it would be nice for him to experience a promotion. I don’t necessarily think of him as a ‘pointless’ signing. LJ cites Elliasson as an example, but you could also use Reid or Bryan - ok they were not SIGNINGS per se but they both came back from their loan spells with valuable game time and experience which benefited us in the end, both on the pitch and financially when they left.
  4. bcfcredandwhite

    David Wagner

    I was thinking that too! it must be the ultimate humiliation getting beaten by little ole Brizzle City!!!!
  5. bcfcredandwhite

    Martin O'Neill

    ... and the two players, including the captain who got sent off on Saturday will be banned.
  6. bcfcredandwhite

    Tin hat time

    LJ In until........ we lose a few games, then LJ out.
  7. bcfcredandwhite

    Matty Taylor

    Matty Taylor - the Snake. Our very own Solskjaer!!
  8. bcfcredandwhite

    City Players do an Admiral Lord Nelson against Bolton

    It’s a pity he didn’t win the battle of Santa Cruz - the Canary Islands would have now been ours if he had.
  9. bcfcredandwhite

    more (and more) Bolton troubles

    Their real danger-man for LJ to guard against and train our team to contain is - complacency. If we keep that demon under control the 3 points are ours.
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  11. bcfcredandwhite

    Objective view on LJ

    It seems to be someone’s opinion on how LJ is doing. The only interesting bit for me is that it’s someone not connected with the club. I think it’s pretty well known that LJ is held in pretty high regard outside our club. It’s only amongst our own fans that opinions are so divided.
  12. bcfcredandwhite

    Are we now almost as good as the team of 12 months ago

    Much better defensively - particularly Maenpaa. I think SAF once said that a decent keeper is worth 12 points over a season. Attacking not so good (as has been stated here), but the 2 have not cancelled each other out, unlike last season (Sunderland, Leeds and Hull games for example) A snapshot of our current position shows we are currently lower in the table than the same time last season, however we were already starting to slide, so the trend was down, whereas our current trend is up. I think we’ll finish the season higher than last - possibly even nicking a playoff place.
  13. bcfcredandwhite

    Striking Coach

    People may laugh, but Ryan Giggs credited yoga as the reason he was able to continue playing in the top flight for so long. I also used it to come back from a nasty RecFem injury - i no longer do yoga, but it’s the reason I can still play a bit now at 52!!!!!
  14. bcfcredandwhite

    Striking Coach

    I was thinking the same thing myself. Paterson also has a decent long-range ability too.
  15. bcfcredandwhite

    Striking Coach

    One thing that gets my goat is that many professional footballers are STILL only one-footed. Even in the lowly ranks of the Wiltshire league, learning to use my left foot probably doubled my effectiveness. Ok I mainly played midfield but the principle is the same. The other thing I learnt was not to look at the goal - just learn where it is, because it doesn’t move. Basic stuff but effective. I do t know if ‘striker coaches’ would teach this but they should!!!