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  1. Tom Morello turning over his guitar to reveal a message for Nigel Farage got the loudest cheer of his whole set
  2. What a performance. They put so much into their shows and it really is an unreal spectacle. Sounded perfect too. Shame they couldn’t have squeezed resistance, feeling good or invincible in but they’ve got so many songs to choose from now. As somebody else said, seeing your favourite band in Ashton Gate made it even more special and a night I’ll never forget.
  3. Thank you. I know the club’s own bars will take card payments. Just wondering if the outside caterers that have been drafted in will have the facilities to do so too
  4. Does anybody know if the food and drink outlets in the stadium take card transactions? It’s probably been mentioned in here somewhere but can’t be arsed to look through 10 pages of it.
  5. The 3 members of Muse are not actually local boys. They formed the band at college in Teignmouth but they come from Cambridge, Stockport and Rotherham. They are by far one of the best live bands you’ll ever see. They put on an unbelievable spectacle. Can’t wait to see them again Wednesday.
  6. The general gist of my post was about how money has changed football so much in recent years. Not only the value of players but also that we now have to spend more money on potential and gambles than we used to spend on so called proven, first team ready players. Obviously nobody can predict the future and of course Engvall or Eisa could have gone on to bang in 30 goals a season for us and we’d be selling them for tens on millions. Football club owners need bottomless pockets these days even with FFP in place.
  7. Fairly sure that was the word on the street at the time. Could have been a load of rubbish but he certainly wasn’t cheap and we lost money on him.
  8. It’s mad how football has changed in such a short amount of time. The turnover of inept players in the last few years is incredible. So many have come and gone in such a short period. Previously managers were judged and ultimately sacked based on the success of their signings. Now we seem to be fine with taking gambles that tally up into the millions. It has coincided with LJ’s appointment but I’m not really sure if it’s down to his relationship with Steve Lansdown that he’s been given this freedom or whether this is the way we are going to go about are business going forward even after Johnson leaves the club. The club certainly never used to make the amount of signings we do now or gambles on young players. Managers certainly couldn’t spend money on players for the future like we do now. It makes you wonder if the money we’d spent on the likes of Engvall, Djuric, O’Neil, Watkins, Adelukan, Hegeler, Moore, Magnússon etc could have gone on 1 or 2 real quality signings, and not on gambles. It’s a shame sky money has ruined football really as prem teams can’t get an average player for £20m these days and there’s been a knock on effect down throughout the leagues. Engvall was our club record signing at the time. If you break your record to sign a striker 10-15 years ago he was being handed the number 9 shirt and was starting every game. Now we are spunking millions on players that aren’t anywhere near first team ready. Crazy
  9. Tickets purchased. Can’t wait. My favourite band at the home of football.
  10. You thought Wes Burns was a footballer
  11. Yeah I don’t doubt that. If no clubs come calling after him then he’ll have to lower his expectations at some point
  12. Dyche could be available in the near future. Not sure he has very fond memories of his time in Bristol though. Carvajal is a shout. Desperate for another job in England. I agree that LJ’s job is pretty safe though and won’t be going anywhere unless we are in the danger zone with 7 games to go. And even when he does go you know it will either be an internal replacement or another uninspiring name like the aforementioned Michael Appleton.
  13. Muse live in the Olympic stadium in Rome on sky arts right now. Sky channel 122
  14. Saw them at the Ricoh a few years back. I remember the night before people were calling talksport saying the Ricoh stadium was on fire but it turned out to be Muse rehearsing and testing all of their stage set up (they had 2 massive bits of kit that flames fired out of) They are soooo good live. Matt Bellamy is unbelievably talented. Yeah a lot of people who loved their earlier stuff don’t really like their more recent albums but they’ve evolved as a group as they’ve aged and I still love their stuff. I’d highly recommend anyone to go if they can get a ticket.
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