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Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread


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4 minutes ago, petehinton said:

I really can see Cotterill as manager there before November 

I can't. I would be amazed if he decided to get involved with that shower of shite..! 

What manager in the entire football league would be tempted to go there...?! 

I expect Bury's manager would tlrather take his chances with a phoenix club, over going there..! 

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1 minute ago, wendyredredrobin said:

Just need a good result against Wednesday on Sunday and City would sit at the top of the Championship, whilst the Gas would be rock bottom of the 3rd division.  What a celebration could be coming on tomorrow.

I wouldn't see it as a celebration. After 3 games..! We aren't Swindon..! 

But makes a funny screenshot..! 

Their period of unparalled success seems to have slowed up a little..! 

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5 minutes ago, wendyredredrobin said:

Just need a good result against Wednesday on Sunday and City would sit at the top of the Championship, whilst the Gas would be rock bottom of the 3rd division.  What a celebration could be coming on tomorrow.

Most certainly not taking anything for granted re Wednesday but a 2 goal win puts us level with Reading at the top. :)

Early days but it would be nice to see.

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5 minutes ago, Bar BS3 said:

I can't. I would be amazed if he decided to get involved with that shower of shite..! 

What manager in the entire football league would be tempted to go there...?! 

I expect Bury's manager would tlrather take his chances with a phoenix club, over going there..! 

Totally agree there BS3. Hell would have to freeze over first.

Cott's gave us one of the best season's we ever had, so there is zero chance he'd ever want to tarnish that feat by going anyway near that cesspit of a club. He's financially secure so doesn't really need to work again, and I'm sure he's turned down many a job since. I think he will get back into a job again, but he has the luxury of being as picky as he wants. Rovers is not on his list, and will never be on his list, believe me.

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40 minutes ago, BRIAN WILSON said:

That result and now their forum is better than spending an intimate 10 minutes with Kylie Minogue (JUST) 😉

I think you should check with @Rudolf Hucker as to which is the best option. 

30 minutes ago, petehinton said:

I really can see Cotterill as manager there before November 

I hope not. Even with their limited resources he would keep them in League 1 

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40 minutes ago, wendyredredrobin said:

Just need a good result against Wednesday on Sunday and City would sit at the top of the Championship, whilst the Gas would be rock bottom of the 3rd division.  What a celebration could be coming on tomorrow.

Charles Dickens - "A tale of two cities" could sum this up.

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair,

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1 hour ago, BRIAN WILSON said:

That result and now their forum is better than spending an intimate 10 minutes with Kylie Minogue (JUST) 😉

 

18 minutes ago, pongo88 said:

I think you should check with @Rudolf Hucker as to which is the best option. 

Personally, I sometimes  read their forum whilst enjoying an intimate 10 minutes with Kylie. 

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14 minutes ago, BetterRedthenBlue said:

Cotts & Clough wouldn't go near the club.

The cowley brothers is a funny one, they hated their old manager for hoofball (which got them to 3rd in the table) and that's the main tactic of the cowley brothers. 

Even funnier they used call Coughlan the PE teacher sarcastically and weren't the Cowleys PE teachers?

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I see they’re suggesting tweeting Wally to let their feelings be known 

Thought it was just us fickle lot who voice our discontent when things aren’t going smoothly

Guess it shows they aren’t so different to every other bunch for fans up and down the country no matter what their over inflated opinions of themselves may be

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Oh dear...’faithful n true’...never slag off their managers “like dey gert shit Ed’s”, always get behind the man in charge, blah, blah, blah
 

https://gaschat.co.uk/thread/16802/garner-interview

https://gaschat.co.uk/thread/16804/time-wael

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1 hour ago, wendyredredrobin said:

And what is Ben Garner's win ratio looking like now? 

Well below 10% I think and one point from 3 games extrapolates to 15 points for the whole season if they carry on like this.

Someone on Radio Bristol said it was approx 9.8% (I can’t remember the exact figure). What was amazing was the caller said there had been a couple of managers with an even worse record. 

1 hour ago, 22A said:

Charles Dickens - "A tale of two cities" could sum this up.

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair,

Dear @22A. I like your post that elevates the forum to a higher level with a quotation from the classics, but I feel that I must point out an error in your summary. There has been no best of times nor season of light with Ben Garner. I’ll give you a quote from Shakespeare:

“The instruments of darkness tell us truths”

In other words, the truth is Ben Garner is a crap manager 


 

 

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