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Bat Fastard

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Bat Fastard last won the day on March 23 2017

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  1. Very true, and the covid complications make predictions difficult. I think that we are building for a sustainable future and the number of young players coming through shows how well the plan is working. The choice of DH and the experienced coaches, both specialists at developing young players, shows that everything is "as described on the tin"!
  2. Each club is a very different type of project. Lets hope our man keeps doing his well. At least we now know that he can also win football matches.
  3. It is wonderful to hear the sound of sinners repenting! Oh Ye of little faith! Early days but everything looks pretty good so far.
  4. Mike Gibson was only about 5ft 8in - and he was brilliant!
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    Nagy was not having his best game - we all know he was doing better. Noitch was really not up to the expected standard. Still early in the season though.
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    Maybe he was cheesed off that the commentator kept calling him Noitch - and then had the cheek to say it was an obscure Hungarian pronunciation.
  7. Maybe you find it hard to see the difference between lively political disagreement between people on social media and the wholesale verbal assassination of members of the board and employees of our football club. The latter cannot respond, so the attacks are pretty cowardly. I stopped regular posting on the politics forum because it is largely a left wing echo chamber and became pretty boring. You may find, if you choose to look, that I tried to give as good as I got - that being the nature of that particular forum. I guarantee that you will never find any posts from me that are rude or dis
  8. It has drifted a long way from the original point and has become tedious. I will not be "humping my lap top" but will leave this thread to the mob to enjoy.
  9. You are getting a bit confused. To call a rude mob a mob is now an insult to gain recognition of a post. Maybe the rude mob should not be offended when people name them for what they are. Are you trying to be the new Mystic Meg? You have also veered well off subject..... maybe you are the troll?
  10. I hope your mob are socially distanced in accordance with the rules. You are now getting a trifle tedious. Maybe we should get back to Bristol City supporting issues. Or have you forgotten how?
  11. There you go again! I have a problem with other people's opinions! You mean that I do not always agree with other people. Maybe you should rethink that because my beliefs won the general election and the referendum on the EU and seemed to trump your minority mob opinions. You really are in thrall to the mob mentality! I hope that the football at Ashton Gate now comes up to your demanding standards and will allow you to watch again..... at least until the next manager that you and the mob start to pillory.
  12. A mob is a collective of individuals - in this case, people who largely share your view that it is not worth watching Bristol City but OK to criticise them on social media and abuse staff and management. I have no objection if people hold different opinions but find it hard to respect those who are rude and insulting about the decent and talented people who run the football club that many of us still love. Disagreement couched in reasonable, calm and respectful language is the proper way to conduct debate in my humble opinion. It is the unruly element who use the forum for vitriol and hostil
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