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Nogbad the Bad

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Nogbad the Bad last won the day on May 27 2017

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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

    Mildly Interesting BCFC Related Predictions For 2018/19 season

    Reminder that this thread is closing for new entries at 1.55 tomorrow, so now or never if you're interested in giving your predictions.
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    How long does LJ have?

    While fellow board members will almost certainly have put their concerns to SL, and a brief 'discussion' was no doubt held, as soon as SL made his own postion clear that he supported LJ that would likely have been the end of it. It obviously wasn't a question of LJ 'just staying on', it couldn't have been more clear from SL's interviews at the time there was no chance whatsoever of LJ being sacked and that he would have remained manager even if we'd gone down.
  3. Nogbad the Bad

    Will Flint celebrate if he scores.

    Quite a few. Do you want a list? I've argued with all of them on here over the years, and there are still some even now determined to never give Flint any credit whatsoever.
  4. Nogbad the Bad

    Will Flint celebrate if he scores.

    Of course, almost goes without saying we'd all take that. No one wants Flint to score or have a stormer against us. The hypothetical 'what if' is a very reasonable subject for discussion though.
  5. Nogbad the Bad

    Will Flint celebrate if he scores.

    As long as Flint didn't rub it in the fans' faces - which he definitely wouldn't - it is only natural to show emotion after scoring. No problem with him celebrating a goal with his team mates and this arms down at the side, looking glum business to 'show respect' is nonsense imo.
  6. Nogbad the Bad

    Will Flint celebrate if he scores.

    True Bob, a bitter and twisted few who publicly wrote him off early and have never been able to admit how wrong they were. Embarrassing.
  7. Nogbad the Bad

    Will Flint celebrate if he scores.

    Exactly, in fact they could be heard hurling abuse at him even as he was being interviewed on the pitch. He'd also had extreme abuse on social media from Swindon fans, even some wishing him dead. No love lost between Flint and Swindon, completely different scenario with City with huge mutual respect between Flint and City fans.
  8. Nogbad the Bad

    Johnson - No new striker incoming (Merged)

    So if you were SL you'd sack LJ today then Monkeh?
  9. Nogbad the Bad

    Mildly Interesting BCFC Related Predictions For 2018/19 season

    Already enough predictions to make it interesting but if anyone else wants to make their predictions the cut off point will be 2pm on Saturday, before the team is announced for the Middlesbro' game, so any late entrants don't have too much of an advantage with things already starting to take shape. So if you were thinking of joining in but haven't yet, don't hang about!
  10. Nogbad the Bad

    Plymouth Attendance

    That seems alot, especially compared with the other home stands.
  11. Nogbad the Bad

    Plymouth Attendance

  12. Nogbad the Bad

    Bolton Wanderers v Bristol City Match Day 2

    I'm not Bailey's biggest fan but I would never doubt his determination and effort.
  13. Nogbad the Bad

    Team v Plymouth

    No idea what the team will be but it's very important LJ treats the game seriously and puts out a team he fully, and genuinely, expects will be good enough to win. Losing at home to a div.3 team is not acceptable or good for the morale of either players or fans. I wouldn't attend an early League Cup game these days after witnessing the home defeat to Oxford a few years ago which seemed to be treated as part of the season's plan. Part of the plan it might have been but a complete waste of my time and money. Bristol City should be aiming to win every single game they compete in.
  14. Nogbad the Bad

    Two matches in and panic aboard

    Paterson and Baker have been very disappointing imo, continuing their lackadaisical form from last season. They should be dependable stalwarts by now, 2 of the regular starters LJ can rely on to build the team around while the new players naturally take time to find their feet and blend in. As they haven't been steady and reliable it's doubtful LJ truly 'trusts' them, and it's quite natural that fans should point out their deficiencies because both are experienced Championship players who should be bringing so much more to the team. Very concerning for manager and fans alike that these 2 have continued last season's substandard displays into the new campaign and seem to lack not only form but fire in their bellies after what should have been a rejuvenating Summer's rest.
  15. Nogbad the Bad

    Match Report: All style and no substance at Bolton

    Hakeeb's injury is a real 'bummer' as they say, but on the other hand we're pretty well covered in that area and it will give other players more opportunities to establish themselves. We can then look upon him as more or less a new signing when he returns, hopefully fully fit and raring to go, in January, which will be a Winter boost. No disguising the fact his injury is a great disappointment though, particularly right at the start of his City career and hopefully all those at the club are working hard to ensure he feels as fully involved and integrated into the squad as possible.