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  1. Well, both of them referred to the good doctor with a correct spelling of his surname - yet the football team still begs to differ ... - and rather ironically - I think you meant Henry Morton Stanley - and there’s two other football clubs right there in his name!
  2. I’ve never ‘got’ this playing against the ‘best team’ argument ... it’s been clear and obvious for many a year that the English league, and the divisions therein, is one of the most capable leagues in the world to see a ‘poor’ or ‘bottom’ club triumph against a top, ‘best team’ - I remember ‘bottom of the prem’ Wolves beating ‘top of the prem’ Man Yoo with a Kenny Miller strike - this stuff happens regularly and it is the reason Ladbrokes is rich! It’s also a poor excuse to use to dismiss a dismal away performance ...
  3. Doctor, I presume .... or was it Livingston... ?!
  4. That spell of 8-43 was just mesmerising - Big Bob at his best
  5. Fair shout, but can we claim an ‘agent’ who has never been associated with Bristol City?!
  6. No, no, no - they told us that Wael’s involvement meant they were the 6th richest club in England (source: YouTube), they told us they would be in the premier league within five years (source: YouTube), they told us “as Bristol’s richest club they would take over our club and their youth team would play at Ashton Gate” (source: YouTube), they told the world Matty Taylor would be sold for £10 million (source: Darrell Clarke) - we bought him for £300k and they told whoever was still listening that they were “coming for us” ... yet they are still light years behind, how strange ...
  7. That reads like a very good summation of Andreas Weimann too ...
  8. All fair points Rich - but even with my giant rose-tinted specs on, I really miss the days of real music and the raw atmosphere that surrounded that era
  9. Well, @EmissionImpossibleand @JamesBCFC you reacted to my post above with a ‘confused’ emoji so I thought I’d explore that - you obviously don’t identify with, or understand, my thoughts or musings and that is probably because you belong to the X-Factor, Britains’s Got Talent, Strictly Come Dancing, Reality TV shite generation? I’m sure you will correct me if i’m incorrect ... but my post highlighted a time when kids could seriously identify with the bands who were high profile at the time - and that was because we knew that they were the same age as us and they had grafted so, so hard to
  10. Proper club! Back then a night out in Bristol was raw, special and superb - the kids had a riot and enjoyed every minute - we didn’t wake up every day and think “what can I be offended about today?!” - unlike today’s millennial snowflake darlings, we just got on with it - we went at it hard, on a tide of ska, punk, reggae and mod music - we didn’t care about anything, we just went for it - The Specials, The Beat, Madness, The Selecter, The Sex Pistols, The Clash, Bob Marley, The Jam, The Who and The Kinks provided a spectacular backdrop to our teenage angst - we identified with everything they
  11. Well, at Bristol City, that is a perfect description of his contribution - which of his other seasons make you think ‘most on here’ were wrong?
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