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  1. Unfortunately that has become the Bristol City blueprint under the Lansdown family.. The board under their stewardship has always been happy with mediocrity - aslong as we are ticking along that is enough. It’s been done to death but I genuinely believe the Rugby club is where Steve’s main priorities are now anyway, the football club is just a sideshow for him.
  2. Yeah they undoubtedly have a list of likely replacements in mind and i have zero confidence in any of them being the right choices.. depressing.
  3. We must keep him IMO. I’ve lost count of the amount of times i have said how much it would cost to replace him - you are talking upwards of £6mill i would imagine to get in somebody with his goal scoring record at this level and i very much doubt we have that sort of money in the current climate.
  4. I don’t know what people expect to be honest - footballers have been disconnected from the real world for decades now.. this pandemic only exasperates that fact. A combination of people in the game having far too much money a complete lack of intelligence and a global platform in which to spout there absolute nonsense is what is wrong in football.
  5. Unless you have spent any significant time in the states or have family there that have experienced it FIRST HAND us Brits really haven’t a clue what it is like as a non-white in America. I wish bigoted ignorant British people would stop commenting from the comfort if their suburban British home on a the subject they clearly do not have a clue about. Its war on the streets in the inner cities over there people - trust me.
  6. Ashley Babbitt was a rioter who broke into a federal building - she was dealt with accordingly. Please don’t try and tell me she wasn’t in the wrong she got shot dead just like any black , white , hispanic or any other race of individual would if they broke into the Capitol as part of a rioting mob.
  7. Agreed. I’ve said it before plenty of times on here but i think people need to realise to actually replace Fam even in a covid effected market wouldn’t be cheap and then there are still no guarantees we would even get an adequate replacement..
  8. Indeed. This is the crucial point i think many are missing or just don’t know about. Being vaccinated still means you can transmit the virus so unless you vaccinate every single person involved on match day backroom staff ,stewards etc etc then Dyche’s argument isn’t going to work.
  9. Big half a season now for Palmer.. if he can’t do it now he never will for us.
  10. Quite possibly what has happened. As you said he has probably settled for a lesser amount than what the remainder of the contract was worth. In what ever case I’m sure Brunt has walked away with a healthy 6 figure sum.
  11. No confirmation yet that i am aware of.. Im still not hopeful Palmer will add anything to us anyway but it’s another body for the management team to choose from I suppose.
  12. I’d be shocked if there was no payout.. call me cynical but there is no chance in hell that a professional player in this day and age just rips a contract up..
  13. Pointless even bringing up Brownhill - the club couldn’t stand in the way of him getting his move to the Premier League. As for Smith as @Nogbad the Bad has already pointed out he couldn’t get in the team for the most part of the last 2 seasons so the time was right to get rid in the summer. You can’t knock Ashton or Holden for it IMO.
  14. Hindsight is a wonderful thing - obviously we would have kept Smith if we knew what we were going to be facing this season with injuries but nobody had a crystal ball. Williams was on paper clearly an upgrade on Smith, I’ve been hugely critical of the board and DH this season but its just plain stupid to have a pop at them over letting Korey Smith go.. he was done at this club and it was time for both parties to move on. Its just been painfully unlucky the injuries we have had as with a fully fit midfield Korey Smith would have been forgotten by now.
  15. Pure stupidity on their parts uploading it to social media ffs what were they thinking..
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