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Nogbad the Bad

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About Nogbad the Bad

  • Birthday 21/05/1958

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    BS3. The deed has been done. Back in my seat for 2018/19
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    Lounging by a roaring fire in traditional Real Ale pubs, Striding coastal paths, Almost falling off ladders, Growing Runner Beans, Hedgerow management, Keeping unruly teenagers in check (even though they're no longer teenagers), Raging against Political Correctness.

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  1. Nogbad the Bad

    The Ok I blinked first Brentford v City matchday thread

    Putting aside that Flint played 8 more games in all comps. than Baker last season ( and scored 8 more goals) Flint was also one of only 2 players imo. who played consistently through the good and bad runs (Reid being the other) both in terms of form and attitude. Baker at his very best may indeed be 'better' than Flint, however we see that all too rarely and he is inconsistent in terms of temperament, form and availability. Flint beats Baker hands down in terms of reliability and determination, both to play - and carry on playing when injured - and to win, so imo. there really is no comparison between the two when it comes to value to the team over the season.
  2. Nogbad the Bad

    The Ok I blinked first Brentford v City matchday thread

    A man molehill in all respects compared to Flint imo.
  3. Nogbad the Bad

    The Ok I blinked first Brentford v City matchday thread

    Taylor goal scrubbed off for offside. Weimann booked for protesting.
  4. Nogbad the Bad

    The Ok I blinked first Brentford v City matchday thread

    Bentley saves from Weimann, set up by Eliasson.
  5. Nogbad the Bad

    The Ok I blinked first Brentford v City matchday thread

    Doesn't sound as though the rest of the team have brought him into the game much.
  6. Nogbad the Bad

    The Ok I blinked first Brentford v City matchday thread

    What exactly was Baker's injury?
  7. Nogbad the Bad

    The Ok I blinked first Brentford v City matchday thread

    Baker off, Da Silva on, Lloyd Kelly to CB.
  8. Nogbad the Bad

    The Ok I blinked first Brentford v City matchday thread

    The Screecher.
  9. Nogbad the Bad

    Owls v Boro

    No, that was a while ago, you moved it on to cover all positions since then. To quote you @post 49, 'I'll ask again how many of LJ's signings - apart from the always injured Gary O'Neil ( who you'd completely forgotten about) have been established Championship players?' We're now up to 7 and counting. Another 5 named by Bob. So that's at least 12. Bit of a nightmare for you really, time to admit how completely misinformed your comment was?
  10. Nogbad the Bad

    Owls v Boro

    You have to include O'Neil even if you'd forgotten LJ signed him. That's 5 and counting.... What about Baker and Wright?
  11. Nogbad the Bad

    Reading away SOLD OUT

    @bearded_red Thanks for the more than generous donations of your spare aubergines to my posts. Maybe save a few for later and actually contribute something positive to the forum by sharing your own thoughts instead?
  12. Nogbad the Bad

    Reading away SOLD OUT

    The reality is there is really is no contest between a concentrated block of 4k away fans and the vocal City fans who will be split up all around AG. Nothing to be ashamed of, that's just the way it is, and it doesn't just apply to Bristol City or AG.
  13. Nogbad the Bad

    Reading away SOLD OUT

    It really isn't a 'disproportionately small allocation' though is it, 2k+ is still alot of away fans and more than enough to enhance the atmosphere without taking over. I don't agree there is zero advantage for anyone - the advantage comes to the majority, the home fans who are there every week, who have told their club that giving far more tickets than they are obliged to to away fans is detrimentally affecting their enjoyment of attending their local ground. Any local football club exists for the local populace first and foremost and their views should be paramount imo.
  14. Nogbad the Bad

    Bailey Wright.

    Come off it, Ayling was great for us and would certainly be in the team now but for BCFC's ridiculous over reaction to that incident at Cheltenham.
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