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PhilC

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  1. Honestly @RedM, I urge anyone who like me is fortunate enough to live near by to head down there for an hour... it really did make me realise that after all this, we will be back... and I can't wait for that roar when the first game kicks off.
  2. That's the lot. Thanks @1960maaan
  3. I didn't realise that was one of the benefits (As well as being a contributor to the up keep of the forum of course.) I had better get on it...
  4. Will keep updating as I can until I get to the 23. Think it's done on a time limit as I have just managed to do another 3.
  5. There are more but there's a limit. Could a Mod sort this so I can share the photos as there's no football right now please?
  6. Hi all, After watching The Big Match Revisited on BT Sport earlier, I decided to take a walk down to Ashton Gate for my daily exercise. I think my main highlights are the first 10 photos, which is my usual routine on a match day. From checking I have my season ticket just before I leave, and seeing Ashton Gate throught the gaps in the houses on Raynes Road, to just seeing Turnstile Entrance 26-30 again, really gave me a buzz, even if there wasn't any football to watch. The last one is pretty good too - at this point it's safe to say I wasn't exercising, but stopped for a few minutes to peer through the gap in the gate to reflect. Enjoy!
  7. Sorry it's a bit late, I've been a busy busy since full time... Match report from today which I shared with some friends and thought I would share here: Well the first half got off to a ropey start as I entered the field of play with two 50p pieces and an early subsituation was needed for a £1 coin. I admit it was a bad start and very unsettling. I quickly overcame this bad start and made a strong recovery picking up the Norwegian Salmon-Prawns and Fruitnveg on the left hand side. Towards the end of the first half I had to call my mum to see if it was worth bringing on some extra milk but she said it wasn't worth it and to keep formation, as we had milk on the bench. The second half was a strange one as it felt like there were extra players on the field, paticularly down the and middle and on the right, and it was difficult to find space and create any movement. I gave Flash-Wipes a chance at centre forward today, but I had my doubts when I saw Dettoll-Wipes warming up on the touch line, so I reversed my decision and made a substitution. I picked up a silly yellow when I huffed at one of their coaches, I think, and gave him a dirty look, but I thought he deserved it for leaving his technical area and getting too close to me. There was just no need to get in my face like that but anyway, It was heat of the moment. Unfortunately we lacked some basics today like pasta and tinned tomatoes, but the likes of your toilets rolls, your breads, and your nappies all turned up today. At the end of the day, I think it was a strong performance, even though there are a few negatives. I thought there was a strong finish that showed there's still pace even when its needed late on. We've also got a few freezer players who are going to keep training with the fresh ones, and hopefully they'll be ready to use in a couple of months, which we're really excited about. We go again, and I'm looking forward to picking up 3 more bags of shopping next week.
  8. Rest in peace fellow red. You'll always be City with me
  9. It was obviously because of the amazing bestist in da world supporters. Don't forget refs gets sent there to see how they will cope with their massive home support and intimidating atmosphere.
  10. I certainly think discussions will be taking place as early as next month. I would imagine there could potentially be a reduction in the number of host cities as you say, if that's feasible. I also wonder how long it will take the British Media to say "It could be the first 'home' tournament since '96 because we already have the infrastructure in place, best stadiums, etc etc..."
  11. Sorry wait.... this thread has been slightly side tracked. It still states Bristol Rugby? Sheesh, still hanging on to the fact they stole it then?
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  13. Had a look at the 9am and 9.30 ish trains and neither went via didcot parkway unfortunately. Pretty sure it was the same on the way back too. Wasn't sure if there was a reason for this. Any ideas John?
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