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  1. I think telling @Clutton Caveman to “wash bedsheets” is ‘going OTT’ - he or she is just raising concerns, that’s all, I don’t understand the need to overreact at someone having a reasonable opinion ...
  2. You little tinker - the subject title is so enticing yet so incorrect at the same time ... if you’d added ‘ex’ I wouldn’t have bothered to click on this thread to be honest ... I mean LJ promised us we’d be in this competition within five years of him being made head coach, instead we are still losing at home to Neil Warnock, the legendary manager ...
  3. His team has just beaten the league leaders away from home ... our fans would be creaming over our gaffer if he’d done that ... you can’t argue against Warnock’s achievements - no-one can better them - do you want streetwise, gritty and successful or pretty and treading water? In our entire history we’ve only employed one manager who had managed at the top level before he joined us ... just one, and he lasted just a couple of games ... “Jesus” - such a lazy reply which probably reflects the ambitions of a large percentage of our fan base - scared of success, happy to ‘nearly get there’ ... ha
  4. He’s good isn’t he? ... top manager, streetwise, successful, unrivalled track record, most promotions ever ... if only ...
  5. Nah, there’s no way he was more gutted than the fans of Bristol City regarding that incident ... fans who think players care as much as them don’t get it ... that sort of sentiment died in the 1980s ...
  6. Makes a change from you bombarding people with spreadsheets in an attempt to prove some relatively minor points
  7. Yes, but you posted along the lines of “good players run around a lot” - you didn’t say present or past - I merely pointed out that loads of past and present ‘good players’ didn’t, and don’t, necessarily run around a lot and I gave numerous examples ... that’s all
  8. ‘Don’t’ vs ‘Didn’t’ ? Fair enough, you want to dismiss every good player from the recent past who didn’t just “run around a lot” - football did exist before 1992 - just saying ....
  9. Didn’t realise that was the criteria .... and you didn’t make that clear when posing your question - many of the world’s best players over the years didn’t “run around a lot” ...
  10. I love and rate Weimann - but in answer to your question ... Paul Hartley, Matt Le Tissier, Glenn Hoddle, Alan Hudson, Tony Currie, Lee Tomlin, Trevor Brooking, Dariusz Dziekanowski, Ray Wilkins ....
  11. Probably - people like to regularly debate the contributions of certain players - feel free to ignore the threads that displease you ...
  12. Really????!!? Oh dear ....
  13. Yep, spot on about Weimann .... any comment @redordead1 or @SuperRed ??? - the little tinkers who aren’t capable of putting into words why they don’t rate Weimann, they just mess around with the emojis to put down any posts praising him ... Weimann has undoubted premier league pedigree, he has performed admirably at the highest level of English football, we are lucky to have him .... yet some muppets still subscribe to the “he just runs around a lot” nonsense - best footballer at our club ...
  14. Love Bristolians who end a sentence with “mind” ... respect!
  15. You’re onto something here CA - and you’ve subconsciously linked this to another current prominent thread - because Alex Raisbeck played for Partick Thistle before going on to manage Bristol City - and ‘just one more thing’ - he only joined The Jags in the year that Bristol City reached the FA Cup Final for the only time in our history - spooky ... @Thistle58
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