BFTG - Bristol City (A)

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BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by CountryRoyal » 02 Jan 2017 19:46

:shock:

Absolute scenes at the end. Who said we don't do comebacks?!?!

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by notloyalenuffroyal » 02 Jan 2017 19:57

Before today I had never:

1. Hugged a random stranger.
2. Been thrown down the stairs by a bundle of people (well, not since Elm Park)
3. Had to explain to my son that the word that rhymes with Hunt is not to be repeated. :D

Brilliant. Liam Kelly is the new love in my life.

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by RG7Fan » 02 Jan 2017 20:03

notloyalenuffroyal wrote:Before today I had never:

1. Hugged a random stranger.
2. Been thrown down the stairs by a bundle of people (well, not since Elm Park)
3. Had to explain to my son that the word that rhymes with Hunt is not to be repeated. :D

Brilliant. Liam Kelly is the new love in my life.


Great post.

New contract or not, I cant see us hanging on to Kelly for long unfortunately.

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by Winston Smith » 02 Jan 2017 20:04

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by Lower West » 02 Jan 2017 20:08

Should never of had to fight back against a very very poor team. Both goals conceded were self inflicted. Catalogue of soft goals conceded grows larger.

One dimensional attack. Brizzle City are so so lucky to have a talent like Tammy Abraham on loan.

These 3 points go be very important come the end of the season.


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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by Emeraldroyal » 02 Jan 2017 20:16

RG7Fan wrote:
notloyalenuffroyal wrote:Before today I had never:

1. Hugged a random stranger.
2. Been thrown down the stairs by a bundle of people (well, not since Elm Park)
3. Had to explain to my son that the word that rhymes with Hunt is not to be repeated. :D

Brilliant. Liam Kelly is the new love in my life.


Great post.

New contract or not, I cant see us hanging on to Kelly for long unfortunately.


Yeah bound to be a buyout clause in there sadly.
Just needs to keep doing what he's doing and as long as it's for us I'm happy.

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by NewCorkSeth » 02 Jan 2017 20:29

At least the boys in green should get him for life. I hope Jaap puts in a call to his old buddy Roy soon saying he needs to be fast tracked

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by 3points » 02 Jan 2017 20:35

Emeraldroyal wrote:
RG7Fan wrote:
notloyalenuffroyal wrote:Before today I had never:

1. Hugged a random stranger.
2. Been thrown down the stairs by a bundle of people (well, not since Elm Park)
3. Had to explain to my son that the word that rhymes with Hunt is not to be repeated. :D

Brilliant. Liam Kelly is the new love in my life.


Great post.

New contract or not, I cant see us hanging on to Kelly for long unfortunately.


Yeah bound to be a buyout clause in there sadly.
Just needs to keep doing what he's doing and as long as it's for us I'm happy.

he may have learnt some lessons from Tshibola though?

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by The Cap » 02 Jan 2017 20:37

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Great piccie Winston. Johnson's 'boat race' is a bit like, 'I've seen this a thousand times before' :lol:


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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by Hendo » 02 Jan 2017 20:42

I really wish I had gone today. I decided to duck out of this one because of my recent away record (Brentford & Fulham) and the fact that the only seats left (when I decided I wanted to go) where only in the corner and I didn't fancy that view.

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by Ian Royal » 02 Jan 2017 20:43

Wow, that keeper really was shit on positioning and diving low to his right. Realistically should have saved all of those at that level. Kermie's third is a beaut of brains. He's just queuing up to dribble one at the far corner having sussed out the keeper.

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by NewCorkSeth » 02 Jan 2017 20:44

3points wrote:
Emeraldroyal wrote:
RG7Fan wrote:
Great post.

New contract or not, I cant see us hanging on to Kelly for long unfortunately.


Yeah bound to be a buyout clause in there sadly.
Just needs to keep doing what he's doing and as long as it's for us I'm happy.

he may have learnt some lessons from Tshibola though?

I can only think of 3 players who have done well after leaving us in recent(ish) seasons.. the lesson is stay as long as you can.

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by Steve_Upper_West » 02 Jan 2017 21:01

notloyalenuffroyal wrote:Before today I had never:

1. Hugged a random stranger.
2. Been thrown down the stairs by a bundle of people (well, not since Elm Park)
3. Had to explain to my son that the word that rhymes with Hunt is not to be repeated. :D

Brilliant. Liam Kelly is the new love in my life.


I may have been that stranger, fortunately I did not get thrown down any stairs! Great away day, terrific scenes at the end. Kelly changed the game without doubt - Swift did not look fully fit.

Said it before, will say it again how does JVDB get in this side ahead of Evans - the guy is just a liability and was pretty much responsible for not breaking up the attack which led to their penalty...


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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by Nameless » 02 Jan 2017 21:11

NewCorkSeth wrote:
3points wrote:
Emeraldroyal wrote:
Yeah bound to be a buyout clause in there sadly.
Just needs to keep doing what he's doing and as long as it's for us I'm happy.

he may have learnt some lessons from Tshibola though?

I can only think of 3 players who have done well after leaving us in recent(ish) seasons.. the lesson is stay as long as you can.


Sidwell, Hahnemann, Gylfi, Long, Austin

The list of those who failed to flourish is certainly much longer.

Great to see Kelly making his mark. Hope he has better advisors than Tish....

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by AthleticoSpizz » 02 Jan 2017 21:43

Steve_Upper_West wrote:
notloyalenuffroyal wrote:Before today I had never:

1. Hugged a random stranger.
2. Been thrown down the stairs by a bundle of people (well, not since Elm Park)
3. Had to explain to my son that the word that rhymes with Hunt is not to be repeated. :D

Brilliant. Liam Kelly is the new love in my life.


I may have been that stranger, fortunately I did not get thrown down any stairs! Great away day, terrific scenes at the end. Kelly changed the game without doubt - Swift did not look fully fit.

Said it before, will say it again how does JVDB get in this side ahead of Evans - the guy is just a liability and was pretty much responsible for not breaking up the attack which led to their penalty...
stop picking holes

Everybody is responsible for something at some stage.
Jaap will pick a winning side....at the moment, that includes JvdB.

Evidently

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by Royality creeps In » 02 Jan 2017 21:55

Well that was an exciting end to a strange game? We totally dominated an extremely poor Bristol side. Their only decent player was their lanky no.9
Despite dominating we didn't take our chances and due to a defensive/keeper error and a dodgy penalty we find ourselves 2-0 down. I think they were the only chances they had. A total :shock:

The introduction of little Kelly changed the game and once we scored our first you just knew that the comeback was on.
Then thanks to Kermies double the manic celebrations began in the away end.

Ashton Gates revamped ground is nice but Bristol City fans top Fulham and QPR for being totally and utterly terrible.
Not the Bristol City of old.

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by NewCorkSeth » 02 Jan 2017 21:58

Nameless wrote:
NewCorkSeth wrote:
3points wrote:he may have learnt some lessons from Tshibola though?

I can only think of 3 players who have done well after leaving us in recent(ish) seasons.. the lesson is stay as long as you can.


Sidwell, Hahnemann, Gylfi, Long, Austin

The list of those who failed to flourish is certainly much longer.

Great to see Kelly making his mark. Hope he has better advisors than Tish....

I was going for Gylfi, Sidwell and Antonio.
I always felt Long had more promise than he's shown.

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by Jagermesiter1871 » 02 Jan 2017 22:08

What really did Sidwell do after he left?

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by Wizard » 02 Jan 2017 22:09

If any of you caught the 1127 train from Reading to Bristol, I hope you enjoyed a smooth journey.

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Re: BFTG - Bristol City (A)

by AthleticoSpizz » 02 Jan 2017 22:16

Jagermesiter1871 wrote:What really did Sidwell do after he left?
trebled his wages and plays for Brighton

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