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Post  bluenosekev on Mon Nov 05, 2012 12:41 am

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Bristol City at home Tuesday night..Hmmm..

£18.00 for a seat in the Tilton.

I can see the crowd being as low as 13,000 for this, WHY ? Rubbish football and a rubbish manager thats Why !

But can we win ?

Chris Burke MUST start - Clark cant keep leaving our best player on the bench, and Lita despite scoring up at Leeds last week is a waste of a shirt so drop him.

By the way I will be there but will be in The George for a change drinking

Thoughts ?

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Post  evergreen blue on Wed Nov 07, 2012 2:11 am


I really do not know what to expect from this one. After Ipswich anything could happen. We could bounce back and give them a drumming, or just as easily go into our shells and roll over.

At the time of typing this, I have no idea of what team the Clark fellow will put out, but I think he should start with Zigic, drop Lita and have Burke on the wing. That is the least of the changes, other than drop Mullins and perhaps bring the new guy Diop on. He's only on loan for a month, or so I believe, and he's been here nearly that time already and hasn't played yet. The mind boggles as to why we had him in that case.

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Post  bluenosekev on Wed Nov 07, 2012 2:32 am

From Bristol's website:

Latest ticket update for City's next match.

City fans will be able to pay on the night at Birmingham City (tonight) (7.45pm).

Derek McInnes' men are looking to end a run of five straight defeats at St Andrew's, their next destination in the npower Championship campaign.

So far 331 tickets have been purchased by away supporters...

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Post  greeniedeb on Wed Nov 07, 2012 3:41 am

Usually look forward to Blues playing but not really in the spirit tonight would rather watch TOWIE well a bit far fetched but sums up how i feel about my team atm but still behind them its clarky boy who i have no faith in Banner

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Post  hootie63 on Wed Nov 07, 2012 4:43 am

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Post  Rob on Wed Nov 07, 2012 5:04 am

I think Lita will be on bench with Ziggy starting.

Zig will head down for Marlon to score the only goal Female

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Post  hootie63 on Wed Nov 07, 2012 6:38 am

Blues starting XI V Bristol City: Butland; Robinson, Caldwell, Davies, Murphy; Burke, Mullins, Morrison, Elliott; Zigic, King.


Subs: Doyle, Hancox, Packwood, Spector, Ambrose, Diop, Lovenkrands.
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Post  bluenoseghag on Wed Nov 07, 2012 10:25 am

2 words, well played, dominated the game fully deserved to win by more than the 2-0 score.

Clark deserves credit, completely reinvigorated the team and well worth the train fare up from uni to watch tonight. Best performance of the season maybe? Not that there's much competition
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Post  hootie63 on Wed Nov 07, 2012 10:42 am

Yes i agree with what Bluenoseghag says though i wasn't their after suffering what i did on Saturday, sounded like a complete turn around from what was witnessed against Ipswich so Yes a big well done to Lee Clark and Co Clapping

We really need to start getting some consistency going and doing the same match after match and start building on performances like tonight and kick on up the league, It seems like the little changes that were made worked well Zigic sounded a handful all game and Morrison seemed to have the freedom in the middle that allowed him to express his talent.

So all in a good night supporter
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Re: Blues v Bristol City - Match Thread -

Post  hootie63 on Wed Nov 07, 2012 12:28 pm

bluenoseghag wrote:2 words, well played, dominated the game fully deserved to win by more than the 2-0 score.

Clark deserves credit, completely reinvigorated the team and well worth the train fare up from uni to watch tonight. Best performance of the season maybe? Not that there's much competition

Glad you watched a good game tonight and your journey wasn't wasted like it could of been if you had come Saturday, you will have to try and make the 15th December v Palace and have a few drinks with a few of us off numerous Forums thumb up
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Post  bluenosebryan on Wed Nov 07, 2012 3:27 pm

Just got back after stopping off at service station and saying ill have a 15 min nap,turned into a 2 hour one haha anyway i think bristol made us look superiour as you had the feeling that everytime bristol tried to break you just knew it would end up to nothing,zigic made the difference tonight winning nearly every header and his flick ons etc just leave him out now clark at your peril
STILL CLARK OUT lol!
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Post  Raters on Wed Nov 07, 2012 7:00 pm

bluenosebryan wrote:Just got back after stopping off at service station and saying ill have a 15 min nap,turned into a 2 hour one haha anyway i think bristol made us look superiour as you had the feeling that everytime bristol tried to break you just knew it would end up to nothing,zigic made the difference tonight winning nearly every header and his flick ons etc just leave him out now clark at your peril
STILL CLARK OUT lol!

Agree mate.

We absolutely dominated from start to finish. But lets not get carried away, Bristol were poor. To be balanced though, it could have been because we were all over them start to finish.


for me, and I never thought I'd ever say this, the big man was man of the match. I'll give some player scores later....
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Re: Blues v Bristol City - Match Thread -

Post  evergreen blue on Wed Nov 07, 2012 8:39 pm


It was one of those games, where the opposition wasn't up to much. Give Blues their due though, they took advantage of it for a change.

My only regret is I didn't take my diary with me to note the first goal after so many shots. On or Off target. The Bristol City goalkeeper definitely kept them alive for a long time. Plus saving the penalty.

Does anyone have the statistics. They would be interesting to see. ie. Shots on or off target.

I dare Clark to change a winning team now.

Man of the match. I didn't hear it announced, but it was a toss up for me between Zigic, Morrison, and Burke.


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Post  hootie63 on Wed Nov 07, 2012 8:58 pm

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Post  lowdham bluenose on Wed Nov 07, 2012 10:11 pm

bluenosebryan wrote:
STILL CLARK OUT lol!

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Re: Blues v Bristol City - Match Thread -

Post  bluenosekev on Wed Nov 07, 2012 10:14 pm

First half was same old shit - two poor sides playing Rubbish football.

After the break we were excellent tho, it was like last season under Chris Hughton with plenty of attacking/entertaining stuff from us.

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Post  lindis on Thu Nov 08, 2012 4:52 am

Certainly LC must start with Burke and Zigic on Saturday.

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