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  1. @DownsyBCFC said that 16000 tickets had been sold last night.
  2. Nope. Max O'Leary is a "professional goalkeeper" under EFL regulations and therefore we did not qualify for an emergency loan. Free transfers from players unattached was and remains our only route.
  3. No member of "Bristol City staff" did any such thing.
  4. Gregor MacGregor saying both Max and Antoine start...
  5. Been showing an ad for it on the big screen before games and there were also tickets available on Groupon at reduced rates.
  6. He had an injury, spent some time doing rehab on a PFA programme at St George's Park in February.
  7. Not sure what Keith Dawe has done to upset you.
  8. All started with a throw-in from the magician that is Adam Matthews. What a guy.
  9. Correct. 57 Emergency Goalkeeper Loan 57.1 If all the Professional Goalkeepers at a Club are unavailable as a result of having been: 57.1.1 certified by an independent medical practitioner as being unfit to play; 57.1.2 suspended; or 57.1.3 called up to play for his national association representative matches in accordance with the requirements of FIFA as laid down from time to time, a Club may register (either before or after the deadlines laid down in Regulations 43.2 and 43.3), a further goalkeeper on a short term basis in accordance with the following provisions. 57.2 The Club must supply to The League, (including by facsimile) written evidence to demonstrate the circumstances set out in Regulation 57.1 apply, together with the appropriate form(s) for his registration and The League having confirmed that the circumstances conform to the provisions of this Regulation: 57.2.1 in respect of any fixture played on a weekday when the Office is normally open, at least three hours before the match; or 57.2.2 in respect of any other fixture: a) 12 noon on the day of the match; or b) at least three hours before the match, whichever is the earlier. 57.3 The period of any Emergency Goalkeeper Loan: 57.3.1 shall be for a period of seven days, inclusive of the starting date and finishing date; and 57.3.2 may be renewed for seven days at a time, subject to compliance with Regulation 57.2 in respect of each proposed renewal. 57.4 The provisions of Regulation 54.4.2 shall not apply to an Emergency Goalkeeper Loan. A professional goalkeeper is defined in the regulations as "a goalkeeper who has been named by any Club (or Premier League club) in the starting eleven on five or more occasions in any matches in the relevant league or first team cup competitions (excluding any Goalkeeper registered as a Non-Contract Player)."
  10. The more exclamation marks you use, the more true it must be!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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