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  1. On 22/07/2019 at 22:09, Ska Junkie said:
    Inevitably!
     
    "Good to be playing against Bristol Rovers today, on my way down. Proper club #brfc are, #gasheads are proper top notch folk. As for #BristolCity...their fans are proper sad, strange folks desperate to relegate us a couple of years ago. Ashton Gate smells like poo as well."
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    Read more: http://gasheads.org/thread/8308/bcfc-sellout#ixzz5uRWPJnMX

    Well this Brum fan thought different

     

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  2. 5 minutes ago, Bianconeri said:

    The precedents are that new clubs now tend to start no higher than the equivalent of Western League Premier. Recently, that’s where reformed Aldershot, Hereford and Salisbury restarted (probably a few more but that’ll do for an example). It causes problems with away attendances but usually only for one season, if you are the best funded by miles you tend to get promoted. 

    In one respect I like the way it spreads the money around, every other team in that league gets a bumper home gate. I know in Hereford’s season in the Midland League the attendance for their game at a club was invariably more than the rest of the season’s home gates combined. In other respects it’s daft, clubs with home gates of 100 usually can’t cope with (say) 500 visiting supporters (and since most games are local that can easily happen). Throw in a bit of bad behaviour from the visitors and it’s a bad recipe.

    Should the implosion happen I think relocation to Twerton is very likely, followed by rapid amalgamation of the clubs should the EFL be content for Bath City to take over the sags’s EFL persona.

    Oh no does that mean those pikeys might be coming to Wellington next season? :shutup: :gasmask: @Andy Horsman

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  3. 8 hours ago, roylegalatyeo said:

    Went out last night with daughter and her new boyfriend.Had a meal then discovered he's a gashead!Didn't realise I was sat with a subform of life till I paid the bill.

    Deluded **** praised Rovers new owner and all the cash being spent on UWE..Then this idiot said local derbies in championship next year ffs

    What a moron.

    Didn't the smell give you a clue? 

     

  4. 2 hours ago, Coombsy said:
    What ever Darrell decides, I think he is losing a bit of affection from real gas fans. He has led us to believe he is 100% gas then the first time a club came asking he at this moment anyway is thinking about it even though the club as offered him a new well improved 3 year deal. Remember the club stuck with him when we were relegated otherwise he would be back with Salisbury. 
    He has done a fantastic job since then and I hope he stays but every day that passes without comment I feel he is losing a bit of love with the fans. 
    If he is not 100% with us then maybe it's best he moves on and get someone in who is. He has got by so far with his affinity with the club and supporters and has expected the players to be the same as him which has been great, if he has lost some of this I think it will reflect on his ability to manage . 
    He has also not helped the club by offering contracts to all players, who if we were honest wouldn't get contracts with othe league one clubs, if he decides to jump ship.
    In my opinion to go to Leeds would be crazy even Neil war nock is warning not too. 
    On a bright note if he moves on Iam sure there will be a lot of good applicants, maybe an older, wiser clown like Ian Holloway would be a good move
     


    Maybe it is best for all concerned now that he moves on. We are three days into this saga now and still no comment from dc, his stag doesn't start till monday and unless he is in a cave somewhere he knows exactly what the situation is, more so than even the media reports. Just a pity he offered contracts to many players who clearly aren't good enough for league one thus using up a big chunk of what will now almost certainly be someone else's wage budget. Cheers darrell.

    Fixed that for you.

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