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Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

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9 minutes ago, RedLionLad said:

Would anyone really want to get married here?

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Nope! But it says they also hold parties ... quite apt given their disgusting chant at Matty Taylor ...

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48 minutes ago, RedLionLad said:

Would anyone really want to get married here?

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Unless they've changed the rules recently weddings might only be conducted in venues that were permanent structures with solid roofs that were publicly accessible - which if still true rules out most of the House of Tents.....

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1 hour ago, RedLionLad said:

Would anyone really want to get married here?

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Weddings is a really good idea as they could wheel the temporary stands around onto the pitch as they could double up as marquees especially with those lovely blue and white canvas roofs which look like bunting if you close your eyes.

It would all look lovely in front of that cricket Pavillion.

Its no surprise they're advertising about conferences, is it. They know all about that as they've recently been in one.

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2 hours ago, BS4 on Tour... said:

You think the nationality of their manager is part of the ‘couldn’t get worse’ scenario .... blimey .... we once had a manager who’d played for the Republic of Ireland and we’ve also had one from the North of Ireland, who also represented his country as a player and manager and another who played for Northern Ireland ...

TBF, didn't last long .

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2 hours ago, RedLionLad said:

Would anyone really want to get married here?

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Surely the only people who’d WANT to get married there, wouldn’t be allowed to by law anyway - being of the same parentage and all...

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Good to see Gas Legend...the dopester...Darrell ‘appy dayz’ Clarke, doing so well at Walsall.

Better manager than LJ apparently according to the Blue Few and a couple of belters on here.

All went wrong for him when he accidentally sold Matty Taylor for £9.7 million below his valuation. Easily done I suppose.

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7 hours ago, Peter O Hanraha-hanrahan said:

Good to see Gas Legend...the dopester...Darrell ‘appy dayz’ Clarke, doing so well at Walsall.

Better manager than LJ apparently according to the Blue Few and a couple of belters on here.

All went wrong for him when he accidentally sold Matty Taylor for £9.7 million below his valuation. Easily done I suppose.

Yep could be taking another team out of the football league

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8 hours ago, Peter O Hanraha-hanrahan said:

Good to see Gas Legend...the dopester...Darrell ‘appy dayz’ Clarke, doing so well at Walsall.

Better manager than LJ apparently according to the Blue Few and a couple of belters on here.

All went wrong for him when he accidentally sold Matty Taylor for £9.7 million below his valuation. Easily done I suppose.

I've never said he's better than LJ and certainly didn't want him here but I did think he was a decent manager; maybe Walsall just has a rubbish squad.

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13 hours ago, RedLionLad said:

Would anyone really want to get married here?

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Don’t know about married,who in their right mind would want to play football there.

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23 hours ago, Galway Red said:

Well the post have been sucking up to them again by describing it as 'amazing travelling support' 

The Post are spot on .

What’s amazing is that they’ve got any support at all , home or away.

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37 minutes ago, NOTBLUE said:

Don’t know about married,who in their right mind would want to play football there.

Rovers have never played what I would call 'football' there certainly

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1 hour ago, NOTBLUE said:

Don’t know about married,who in their right mind would want to play football there  go there for any reason.

Edited to ensure accuracy. 

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49 minutes ago, alexukhc said:

Hey you guysssssssss

Hahaha, when scrolling down I seen the initial picture and immediately thought of that! He certainly hit every branch on the way down when he fell out the ugly tree.

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1 hour ago, myol'man said:

A face only a mother could love;

 

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Looks like the love child of Ian Dowie & Peter Beardsley..! 

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The BP are almost as bad as the Fewers with their views on the Sags support, not a week goes by without them saying how great they are :facepalm:

Amazing travelling support

It was hard to know which side were the away team at the Pirelli Stadium as the travelling Gasheads dominated in the stands as their side did on the pitch. 

The blue and white quarter clad visitors may have been outnumbered, although only just with only 2831 in the ground, but they were loud and fully supportive for the full 90 minutes and then some, staying to clap off the Pirates players after the final whistle despite them making the long trip back to Bristol with no points to show for their efforts.

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20 minutes ago, BCFC11 said:

The BP are almost as bad as the Fewers with their views on the Sags support, not a week goes by without them saying how great they are :facepalm:

Amazing travelling support

It was hard to know which side were the away team at the Pirelli Stadium as the travelling Gasheads dominated in the stands as their side did on the pitch. 

The blue and white quarter clad visitors may have been outnumbered, although only just with only 2831 in the ground, but they were loud and fully supportive for the full 90 minutes and then some, staying to clap off the Pirates players after the final whistle despite them making the long trip back to Bristol with no points to show for their efforts.

Did they go via Sunderland, then?

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30 minutes ago, BCFC11 said:

The BP are almost as bad as the Fewers with their views on the Sags support, not a week goes by without them saying how great they are :facepalm:

Amazing travelling support

It was hard to know which side were the away team at the Pirelli Stadium as the travelling Gasheads dominated in the stands as their side did on the pitch. 

The blue and white quarter clad visitors may have been outnumbered, although only just with only 2831 in the ground, but they were loud and fully supportive for the full 90 minutes and then some, staying to clap off the Pirates players after the final whistle despite them making the long trip back to Bristol with no points to show for their efforts.

How can nearly 4 times the amount of home fans, to away fans be only just?

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33 minutes ago, BCFC11 said:

The BP are almost as bad as the Fewers with their views on the Sags support, not a week goes by without them saying how great they are :facepalm:

Amazing travelling support

It was hard to know which side were the away team at the Pirelli Stadium as the travelling Gasheads dominated in the stands as their side did on the pitch. 

The blue and white quarter clad visitors may have been outnumbered, although only just with only 2831 in the ground, but they were loud and fully supportive for the full 90 minutes and then some, staying to clap off the Pirates players after the final whistle despite them making the long trip back to Bristol with no points to show for their efforts.

if the 650 ish dressed as jesters is an accurate number, then they were almost outnumbered 3 1/2 to 1

 

EDIT: I see Ashton Park pipped me to it! 

Edited by cider hoss rules

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1 hour ago, BCFC11 said:

The BP are almost as bad as the Fewers with their views on the Sags support, not a week goes by without them saying how great they are :facepalm:

Amazing travelling support

It was hard to know which side were the away team at the Pirelli Stadium as the travelling Gasheads dominated in the stands as their side did on the pitch. 

The blue and white quarter clad visitors may have been outnumbered, although only just with only 2831 in the ground, but they were loud and fully supportive for the full 90 minutes and then some, staying to clap off the Pirates players after the final whistle despite them making the long trip back to Bristol with no points to show for their efforts.

Everything about this article screams non-league.  Getting all excited about losing in front of less than 3k fans in some backwater.  The gas would be much better off back in the Vanarama where they feel like some sort of big fish.  

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5 hours ago, myol'man said:

A face only a mother could love;

 

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Or a sister.
But, given that he's a Sag, mother and sister are one and the same anyway.

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The transfer window has finally closed for the lower league clubs. Was the Cock allowed to make any signngs? I think that we all know the answer to that although one of the bigger teams in League One, Wycombe Wanderers managed to sign Rolando Aarons.

I guess if you've got it, flaunt it; if you haven't, you're Bristol Rovers.

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1 minute ago, Rudolf Hucker said:

The transfer window has finally closed for the lower league clubs. Was the Cock allowed to make any signngs? I think that we all know the answer to that although one of the bigger teams in League One, Wycombe Wanderers managed to sign Rolando Aarons.

I guess if you've got it, flaunt it; if you haven't, you're Bristol Rovers.

But are going to build a new stadium 🤣🤣

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3 hours ago, BCFC11 said:

The BP are almost as bad as the Fewers with their views on the Sags support, not a week goes by without them saying how great they are :facepalm:

Amazing travelling support

It was hard to know which side were the away team at the Pirelli Stadium as the travelling Gasheads dominated in the stands as their side did on the pitch. 

The blue and white quarter clad visitors may have been outnumbered, although only just with only 2831 in the ground, but they were loud and fully supportive for the full 90 minutes and then some, staying to clap off the Pirates players after the final whistle despite them making the long trip back to Bristol with no points to show for their efforts.

Only just😂. The other week they “outnumbered” Coventry........let’s see how much noise a full house makes at the Mem next home game.

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17 hours ago, Peter O Hanraha-hanrahan said:

Better manager than LJ apparently according to the Blue Few and a couple of belters on here.

Whilst I am an LJ fan , he was given an insane budget compared to DC!

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2 minutes ago, wendyredredrobin said:

How can that be right if they are the 6th richest club in the world?

They were fibbing. 

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1 hour ago, Kodjias Wrist said:

Whilst I am an LJ fan , he was given an insane budget compared to DC!

Every championship manager has an insane budget to any league two boss...

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8 minutes ago, Red Right Hand said:

Did you miss off the bit that said `but their fans are ace, much better than the ones who support da shit`

No, didn't see that bit actually, Was quite surprised to be honest...

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4 minutes ago, Nathandao said:

No, didn't see that bit actually, Was quite surprised to be honest...

I suppose it doesn`t actually need to be written down any more since it`s universally accepted as the truth now...…………………..

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3 hours ago, Numero Uno said:

Only just😂. The other week they “outnumbered” Coventry......

Did The Post really report that?!! I don’t remember that but surely da gas hordes outnumber all home fans - it’s what they do - I remember when they called on the ‘Gas Invasion of Notts County’ - around 900 turned up .... not too shabby, but hardly an ‘invasion’ - I went onto their forum and asked when they were considering an ‘invasion of any of their home games’ - instant ban, no sense of humour that lot! ✌️😎😄🍷

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Wonderful.

The Fewers have found a route out of their financial woes.

According to Gaschat, the adult training kit hoodie retails at sixty quid, and the kids one at fifty.

They'll be flying off the shelves at that gove away price.

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The latest semi-literate gibberish from the scum’s website:

“With most of the Gas up for an attack, when the ball was hit over the top, Edwards alert to chase it down and head towards goal. When he reached Jaakkola, he acted with calmness, placing it between the Fin's legs and crushing Rovers' hopes.”

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6 minutes ago, Bristol Rob said:

Wonderful.

The Fewers have found a route out of their financial woes.

According to Gaschat, the adult training kit hoodie retails at sixty quid, and the kids one at fifty.

They'll be flying off the shelves at that gove away price.

wearing that would be the modern equivalent of forgetting your PE kit at school 30-odd years ago, and having to do it in any rags they had left in the cupboard

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