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Nogbad the Bad

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Nogbad the Bad last won the day on May 9 2019

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About Nogbad the Bad

  • Birthday May 21

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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 a traditional Real Ale pub. Striding coastal paths. Almost falling off ladders. Hedgerow management. Fighting back against Political Correctness. Brexiteer.

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  1. Ah.... the old 'Bristol City Rule O.K.' Used to see it everywhere - particularly on the front of my school books!
  2. If we've sold 12k STH's for next season I doubt there will be a problem fitting in all those who actually want to go. I imagine there are thousands who will feel unsafe and therefore have already decided not to go until things markedly improve; then we have all the cheap Junior tickets which are only used a few times a season anyway. Even if the safety limit is as low as 5-6k that would probably meet demand as things stand imo.
  3. Same 2 reasons for me but other way round - almost entirely LJ and the terrible football, and the other 10% being with everything else that was going on the deadline passed almost unnoticed so the moment I would usually have had a last minute change of heart, and renewed, just never came.
  4. Nogbad the Bad

    1987

    They wanted to emphasise it was a surprising score - surprising Blackpool hadn't scored more, that is!
  5. Pretty sure he doesn't post from the UK, in fact same country as you iirc.
  6. Seems like you've been busy chasing the little rascal for some considerable time... welcome back Aizoon.
  7. I think your emotional reaction to a joke is well over the top. I, and many others by the look of it, thought CR's post funny. But we're all different, clearly.
  8. Maybe it's my rapidly encroaching dotage - I note I am months older than the ancient Chris Hughton - but this apparent obligation to thank someone for a job mediocrely done strikes me as both a bit wet and very PC. I have no personal feelings towards LJ but the dreadful, tedious football he's been responsible for at AG for most of the last 2 seasons has left me bloody miserable football-wise to the extent I fear I was on the verge of losing my lifelong passion for BCFC. That's not a state of affairs I feel moved to want to thank him for, whether that's 'nice' or not.
  9. Very debatable that LJ was 'doing well' at Barnsley - 20 wins in 51 games, including iirc. an abysmal 8 game losing run only a few months before he left when Barnsley fans were calling for his head - seems patchy at best. Surely not the sort of record at a lower level that would have convinced a Championship club he should be their new coach in normal circumstances?
  10. I remember reading that, and quickly making you aware of my incredulity at such a preposterous idea! Incredulity which turned to utter bewilderment when your prediction unfathomably came true!!
  11. Who chose Holden & McAllister though? Was it the club, looking for continuity and installing them as likely successors to LJ, or was it LJ because he liked them? If it was the club then they may feel strongly the present boot room set up should continue, and maybe even appoint Holden. If it was LJ there would be no need to retain his chosen assistants, particularly if the new manager would find it a sticking point.
  12. So you've already said. So I'll just repeat, he may not be perfect with his responses when posters are deliberately winding him up - something I've seen countless times - but Bob is one of the best posters on here and certainly one of the most popular. I hope to see Bob, and the other missing posters, back on OTIB asap.
  13. And yet a top poster and generally very popular as shown by the very high number of 'likes' he's amassed. I'm actually hoping he's serving a ban because Bob not being on here since just before lockdown is a bit concerning otherwise. Similar goes for WhistleHappy and a few others who are conspicuous by their long term absence. Just hope they're all OK.
  14. Very interesting, thanks for posing PF. He seems a likeable and inspirational character - both to players and fans - and comes over very much as a winner. Crucially already proven on his CV, albeit at a lower level, and his determination to achieve success through entertaining football is admirable imo. Perhaps the wrong time for City, but there again if he goes to another Championship club within a year and continues to be successful we may regret being cautious now. It would be a gamble - aren't they all - but an intriguing one, and I don't think attending AG would be bor
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