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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 annual deed has belatedly been done. Back in my seat for 2019/20.
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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 former teenagers in check. Raging against Political Correctness. Fuming Brexiteer.

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  1. I've been to several FGR v City pre season friendlies before, never dreamt of getting a ticket in advance. Always just turned up and paid at the turnstiles, so hopefully no problem doing the same next week.
  2. 'The SLO should be chosen from among the supporters. The SLO must be present among them.The SLO must know them and be known and accepted by them. Only then can they assess the mood among supporters. Only then can they understand the problems fans may face and their needs and wants.' The new bloke - is he a long term active City supporter?
  3. Can we assume new SLO is a dyed in the wool long standing City fan?
  4. That's probably because the football world roundly loathes Bristol Rovers, so that would include any wealthy billionaires.
  5. Great move by the club, long overdue. 2.3k is still a lot of away fans - easily enough to help create an atmosphere without going overboard so their antics become a distraction. Who goes to a home match wanting to see and hear vast numbers of away fans? Hard to understand imo. The next news I want is the pitch being widened back to it's traditional width.
  6. Baker is irritatingly unreliable in terms of form, fitness and temperament. Nothing to do with playing alongside Flint who was the epitome of consistency in every respect during his time at AG. These undependable and erratic traits have been a feature of Baker's City career both during and after their pairing. There's no reason to think that will change so it's time to move him on if possible imo.
  7. Me too. Did LJ ever say why he felt it advantageous to us to narrow the pitch? As @JonDolman says above you'd think a bigger pitch was more suitable to his style of football. Narrowing the pitch is the sort of anti football move you associate with Tiny Penis, so it would be great to know LJ's reasoning. Interesting observation Phants., very possible imo. Certainly seemed to be more boring home games last season.
  8. There was one the next season with Keith Millen, but that's the last I remember. Talking of the Coppell open day I remember queuing to get a photo with him. When I got to the front I said, 'Welcome to Bristol City Steve, great to have you at Ashton Gate. We've all got great confidence you're going to really take the club forward.' ' I wish I did' he replied.
  9. Looks like it: https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/millwall-win-race-frank-fielding-3026325
  10. Got to agree, there were a lot of occasions I really didn't enjoy attending AG last season, and I was a very late and somewhat reluctant re-newer for this one. I couldn't not do it in the end though! I remember the club used to phone individual STH's if it looked like they weren't re-newing to ask why not, and of course try and persuade them to do so. Do they still do this, or do the numbers of STH's these days mean they are more content to let long time supporters go without a fight? If they did phone you, what reasons did you give, and how did they respond?
  11. Peter Johnson. 1980/83 P.E.Johnson 20/0 0 Peter was Arthur Cox's first signing. Came from Middlesbrough for £60,000 but never made the grade. Loved to attack down the flanks. Joined Doncaster after going on loan to Bristol City.
  12. Twice as many members moved to give a reaction to @AppyDAZE's post have agreed with him compared to those who showed they didn't. You think he's 'sad' but the majority who care enough to give an opinion on what he said think he's right. Not sure who's 'sad' here when someone of a minority opinion gets up on their high horse to attempt to belittle a poster who so many agree with. But from where I'm sat it appears to be you. Oh dear......
  13. Got to be a home match on Boxing Day, absolutely vital for some respite from at least one day of the Christmas rigmarole!
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