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Bristol City vs Huddersfield

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Won't be 0-0, we always play positively and don't have a great defence. Still yet to have a 0-0 under Wagner, think we've only had a couple of 1-0's out of his 30 games.

Want to finish the season on a high, we could well finish 21st despite never being in any real danger! But at the same time could end the season with a nose bleed up in 14th. Think we'll probably draw again.
 

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zzzzzzzzzzz

0-4. Wells hat-trick.

Edit - this game is sold out now. No idea why.
 
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SOLD OUT again.
As Udders' sent a fair few tickets back, I assume we've sold extra in the Atyeo so it should be a decent atmosphere tomorrow.
I will go for an entertaining 'Desmond', 2-2.
 

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Christ, that team...
 

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Happy to see Williams start. Feel he's been a bit unlucky this season, but he's still relatively young, think he'll make it as a Championship defender in time. Hope he gets a new deal.

And hopefully Dowling gets a chance to come on off the bench
 

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That was a fantastic goal.
 

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Kodjia fantastic, Bobby Reid, Tomlin and Pack fantastic. Battered them with a second-string-side out. Williams looked okay, Ayling's positioning questionable at times.

Nice send-off that, I can't even begin to express how vital it is that we sign Tomlin.
 

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First 20 we were on the beach, Huddersfield decided to join us and we thought, actually we might start playing some football now.

Kodjia at the end was fantastic. The rest of the team were going back down the tunnel and he was still at the South Stand :lol: Going round literally everyone: autographs, selfies, hugs - he was loving it!

And Dowling, can't read too much as it was a procession by the time he came on, but just his touch, his poise.. he looks like he's going to be a player
 

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Hudders looked good for 25 mins and awful for the rest.

For all their fans going large over Wagner, they are top candidates to struggle next year. A blunt style of play, better off taking the Rotherham (or Powell) battling approach.

Dunno how Flint won player of the year in our crap defence. Smith or Kodjia were much better this season.
 

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As my brother in law said on the way home 'typical end of season fare lit up by 4 superb goals'.
Tomlins goal in particular was just pure class.
I was pretty bored after 20 minutes to be honest but their 24 and Nahki Wells looked good.
As for our lot, I reckon little Lee played a few he isn't sure about, Ayling, Williams and Agard had a point to prove and all but Kieran Agard did just that. Unfortunately, KA was poor in my opinion but his presence meant Kodjia had a slightly different role from playing up front on his own and he was very good. Much as KA comes across well and seems a genuinely nice fella and works damn hard, he isn't going to survive at this level.
Lee Tomlin is just superb, a player I would always pay to see. I would love to see him at our place on a permanent deal next season, he just oozes quality!
http://www.skysports.com/watch/vide...onship/10264476/bristol-city-4-0-huddersfield
 

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Hudders looked good for 25 mins and awful for the rest.

For all their fans going large over Wagner, they are top candidates to struggle next year. A blunt style of play, better off taking the Rotherham (or Powell) battling approach.

Dunno how Flint won player of the year in our crap defence. Smith or Kodjia were much better this season.

We've been thoroughly want against Bristol City this season but this is bullshit. Powell would've taken us down. He was starting Ishmael Miller over Wells, I shit you not.
 

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As my brother in law said on the way home 'typical end of season fare lit up by 4 superb goals'.
Tomlins goal in particular was just pure class.
I was pretty bored after 20 minutes to be honest but their 24 and Nahki Wells looked good.
As for our lot, I reckon little Lee played a few he isn't sure about, Ayling, Williams and Agard had a point to prove and all but Kieran Agard did just that. Unfortunately, KA was poor in my opinion but his presence meant Kodjia had a slightly different role from playing up front on his own and he was very good. Much as KA comes across well and seems a genuinely nice fella and works damn hard, he isn't going to survive at this level.
Lee Tomlin is just superb, a player I would always pay to see. I would love to see him at our place on a permanent deal next season, he just oozes quality!
http://www.skysports.com/watch/vide...onship/10264476/bristol-city-4-0-huddersfield
Have to agree on Agard, honest trier but he just can't control a ball. Think L1's his level really, where his pace and workrate is enough to get him by.

Williams I thought looked a bit shaky but reiterate what I said above, hope he gets a new deal. And I did miss Ayling's crazy marauding runs!
 

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Well, well well.

The first 20 mins were boring as, poor stuff from us and they looked very promising on the break. The game needed a goal and Kodija provided it with one, decent finish from inside the box. Then, the game changer really came at HT, Nakhi Wells and Van La Parra coming off really meant they had no threat up top, and with a atrocious defense, we battered them with superb goals from Bryan, Kodija and a superb goal from Tomlin.

All in all a very good performance, Reid along with the three goalscorers all stood out, but MOTM for me goes to Kodija, played his part in defense for part of the first-half before a goal either half to help us seal the game.

Special mention to George Dowling who had a decent debut. Obvs the next Messi
 

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Best player I've seen wear a City shirt? It's heading that way.

A must sign.
 

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Our players went on holiday after 25 minutes, worst performance under Wägner but I'm not arsed as it was a nothing game. Although could of spent my 30 quid better..

Kodja and Tomlin ran the show whilst the only player who gave a shit was Matmour who came on in the second half.

Will be very surprised if Tomlin is at Bristol City next season though, if he slimmed up he'd be a premier league player. Class goal.

The calls for us going to be struggling next season after a meaningless game are laughable though.

Decent weekend in Weston Super Mare though made it all the better!

Ps, stadiums coming on very well - miles different since we came down a couple years back and won 3-0/3-1?
 

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Our players went on holiday after 25 minutes, worst performance under Wägner but I'm not arsed as it was a nothing game. Although could of spent my 30 quid better..

Kodja and Tomlin ran the show whilst the only player who gave a shit was Matmour who came on in the second half.

Will be very surprised if Tomlin is at Bristol City next season though, if he slimmed up he'd be a premier league player. Class goal.

The calls for us going to be struggling next season after a meaningless game are laughable though.

Decent weekend in Weston Super Mare though made it all the better!

Ps, stadiums coming on very well - miles different since we came down a couple years back and won 3-0/3-1?

Decent weekend in WSM? Didn't think that was possible.
 

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Ps, stadiums coming on very well - miles different since we came down a couple years back and won 3-0/3-1?

We were already relegated (I think) and James Vaughan scored a hat trick. Ricky Foster, Lewin Nyatanga, Matthew Bates, Neil Kilkenny, Liam Kelly and Brian Howard just some of the names who played that day. Sends shivers down my spine.
 

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We were already relegated (I think) and James Vaughan scored a hat trick. Ricky Foster, Lewin Nyatanga, Matthew Bates, Neil Kilkenny, Liam Kelly and Brian Howard just some of the names who played that day. Sends shivers down my spine.
Aye you were.

Quite surprised how you ended up when you had Heaton, Adomah and Baldock in the team that year.
 

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Aye you were.

Quite surprised how you ended up when you had Heaton, Adomah and Baldock in the team that year.

Heaton, Adomah and Davies were excellent. The rest of them were and still are a steaming pile of shite.
 

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His all round play wasn't that bad, but his finishing was absolutely woeful.
 

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Nonsense. He missed the odd chance (most of them in one game against MK, when he still got 2) but you don't score 25 goals in a season if you can't finish

I love Kodjia but his finishing isn't particularly good and he's scored 20 in a higher league.

Baldock is shite and his record at Championship level fully reflects that.
 

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