|An archive of match day threads originally posted in the General Discussion forum.
Exactly, he also set Noble up when he headed it wide from about a yard out and also played a clever ball inside for when Sears hit the post. Most of our chances came through a Faubert cross/pass.
Don't disagree in so much. However, an awful lot of fans do know a bit about football, even if they couldn't manage a team. It is a bit of a slap in the face to the majority (there are going to be moaners from both sides of the aisle as you so rightly point out) but it wouldn't go amiss to say things like, "I thought that we played well in places and not so well in places. Fair play to Bristol they came here with a plan and we couldn't find the net. We will obviously be working on a few things to see if we can get that bit of consistency going and find the net when teams come here especially and make it hard for us. It's a long haul and we are going to have nights where we will find it hard to score from umpteen chances, and when we find the net on occasions when we don't create a lot."
Or something like that. A bit positive, but also on point. Look they are professional players and like most of us go home a bit grumpy when we don't (didn't in my case) play well. Whatever the manager says they will in general know if they individually and collectively, played well or didn't. Problem for me as a player would be, whether or not I'm playing well, we still keep chopping and changing a bit too much for my liking (so enforced I agree) but I honestly cannot see what Nolan brings to the team, week in week out, that gets him 100 percent playing time.
I am baffled. It's not as though we don't have the players out there to fill in captaincy wise is it ? What happens when he's hurt for a few weeks ? Do we stop playing until he's fit ? Because it seems to me that he is paid a lot of dosh, was signed to be the team captain (which I was a bit peeved with I admit) and seems like he must play if semi-fit. I had a discussion with Bobby O whereby I compared it to the Upson scenario, not player wise but situation wise. Think we have stuck ourselves in a corner here.
The opposition view: http://www.kumb.com/story.php?id=125790
As for that pair at half time, it's bad enough having the vacuous ***** representing my fine county on the telly without lauding them at my ****ing football ground too.
didnt think id miss Carew but for me Piqiounne is just a poor mans carew, when were smashing the ball 60 yards theres no better player to have there than Big John and piqiounne showed why hes 3rd choice as the big man role,
as for Nolan , he was embarrassing didnt looked bothered at all
Does Sam purposely spit his chewing gum into the other teams technical area while they're not looking. I noticed he did it a couple of times last night.
So you won't be tuning into Channel 5 to watch Amy's documentary called "Amy".
Jeremy," What's it about?"
Dimbo " It's about me...... Amy".
Next home game I'll be watching him. Hope he does this on a regular basis just like a the naughty school kid at the back of the class who through objects at people and looked the other away before he got spotted!
Put your cock away before the pictures taken then!
Not sure which thread to post in so have also posted in strangest thread
Some of you will know that my best mate from school, is Vice President of Bristol City. He was invited to the game last night and was had drinks with Sir Trev after the game. He recounted to Sir Trev, the story about, how as kids I would run with the ball and claim to be Devo, then when scoring a long range effort would switch to Brooking.
So I am sitting at home when get a picture message of my mate with Sir Trev, and a message from Trev's mobile saying he ran more than Devo and I should have been him for the whole game as he was a better player, with a smiley face, then a message saying good luck, Trevor Brooking.
I still can't get my head around the fact that I have the phone number of one of my hero's and he sent me a personal message
Do any of you fellas who went to the game agree with Allardyces comments?
Thought we done alright yesterday apart from the last 1/3. Some people at the game were getting a coronary though. Can't imagine what they'd be like if/when we play truly ****.
Noble MOTM for me. Dictated play. Faubert, Tomkins and Faye were also very good. Nolan another non-performance. Piquonne looked disinterested at times but the level of stick he got at times was a bit strong. Sears was poor.
Was Baldock injured? Thought that substitution lost us the impetus we were building.
What happened at HT? I was in the bar and missed the 'entertainment'.
Was it even worse than Bonnie Tyler?
Remember the saying: The road to hell is paved with celebrity turnouts at half time at The Boleyn. Or something.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest