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SuperFly2002

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  1. Hmmmm, its not ruled anything out though has it :laugh:? Thanks for the replies
  2. I guess the reason why, is I'm looking to try and understand our dip in form, and logic steers me towards having 10 or 11 of the first team our injured of a squad of circa 25-30. But hey, what do I know, I'm certainly no medical expert, I was just raising the question??
  3. I get that Dave - its just seems like our physio table seems in use way way way too much at the minute. Lets face it, we will most likely (note I said most likely not have) some of the best facilities in the league for post game recovery (Cryo Chambers etc). Maybe I am being harsh on the current medical team, but for me, there's no smoke without fire, the injury problems seem to have followed the medical team from Arsenal to us. Does that not make the situation even worse then? Just saying...........
  4. For what its worth, I think the club should go back on bended knee and beg him to come back
  5. I dont see it that way, I dont think that we employ top physio's, I get your comment about Buster Footman, but times have changed dramatically since his departure. I think it was a huge mistake letting Steve Allen and his team go. We never had as many issues on his watch, but the issues that we did have, he didnt shy away, he came out with the media team an offered full and honest interviews and updates. I've not seen any evidence of the current medical team sticking the heads above the parapet .........have you?
  6. Bristol City can confirm the arrivals of Andrew Rolls as head of performance (sports science and medicine) and Andrew Proctor as lead physiotherapist. Rolls brings with him a wealth of Premier League experience after almost two decades working in the top flight. Rolls joins the Robins following five years as first team physio at Arsenal Football Club Now, my point is Since we let Steve Allen go in the summer of 2018 (a proven physio with a great relationship with the fan base) is it any coincidence that we now have the biggest injury list in the championship? Shouldn'
  7. Works a treat - thank you so much!!
  8. Does anyone know of an FM Radio App that will allow you to listen to the football (Radio Bristol on match days). I've looked around for a while now and always drawn a blank as every app I've tried says that you can't listen online? It would be great if you could listen to the footy through your phone rather than having to use an FM Radio. Has anyone ever found a solution? Thanks in advance.
  9. Has anyone had their codes yet? I'm a carer and I didnt get an email, but i did have a good look around the web and found where to add my details. I did later see an article saying that carers would automatically get a pass without having to apply, is this the case? Also, my two boys are also Season Card holders but they dont have their own email addresses added to the system (wifes a bit tetchy about giving out their email addresses), will their codes get emailed to me? Sorry if this has already been covered off elsewhere and thanks in advance for any replies.
  10. https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/bristol-rovers-stands-planning-permission-2068979
  11. ABDULKADER AL-QADI FAMILY PROMINENT INDIVIDUALS: Abdulkader Abdullah al-Qadi, Chairman of the Arab Jordan Investment Bank PLC (AJIB), Hani Abdulkader al-Qadi, AJIB CEO and General Manager. MAIN SECTORS: Banking and tourism. WHY THEY MATTER: With its takeover of HSBC’s assets in Jordan, AJIB has become a banking force to be reckoned with. Abdulkader Abdullah al-Qadi started his career in Qatar, where he acted as a financial adviser to senior officials. He then came back to Jordan to establish the Arab Jordan Investment Bank (AJIB) in 1978. AJIB has
  12. 13:29 Bristol Rovers have confirmed they have been taken over by the Jordanian Al-Qadi family. Wael Al-Qadi will become president of the club. The family have taken a 92 per cent shareholding in the League Two club. Former Swansea City chairman Steve Hamer is Rovers' new chairman, with Nick Higgs standing down.
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