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1 loss in 5 league games. 2 clean sheets in 3 matches. Fortress Ashton Gate.

There's only one outcome here. 3-1 City. Wilbraham double with Flint grabbing a 3rd to round things off nicely.

Matt Smith to request a transfer to Bristol City after the game.

Happy days. COYR.
 

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I actually think we'll do well in this, but I daren't predict a win. We've been doing alright since I've been depressive pre-match.

0-6, Matt Smith to score a hat-trick with his leg that is absolutely bollocked.
 

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Cheeky bleeders. On their forum, they are asking if we have a roof on the away end!!
This is Bristol CITY, not the other shower. :mad:
 

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Who is better, Luke Freeman or Ben Pringle? Discuss.
 

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They are both capable of a sweet left-footed corner.
 

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Who is better, Luke Freeman or Ben Pringle? Discuss.
I'd rather Freeman than Pringle, wasn't that arsed about signing him in the summer because we had Freeman. They're all too similar to accommodate into the same team.
 

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1-1, another solid performance in general where we lack a killing edge.
 

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Score draw for me. I personally think Fulham are a better side than Cardiff and will no doubt be a real test! I'd love a win though, but just can't see it.
 

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I'm gonna put it out there, I genuinely believe we'll win this. 2 or 3-1, in a tight encounter.

If we lose, I'm not predicting a victory ever again for the rest of this season.
 

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RefWatch; Ref for City v Fulham (played each other 53 times, Fulham won 23, City 17 & 13 draws) is Andy Woolmer, 50, a postie from Northampton. Ref since 16, FL ref since 2004. Teeny tiny guy, but looks strong and fit, probably from spending hours in the gym to make up for being a dwarf. So tiny that players have to have their names printed on their shorts when he's reffing - an FA directive from Greg Dyke. Reffed City 6 times (W3, D1, L2), and Fulham twice (W1, D1). Home win % is 33%, quite low (like him). Should be a low card count, both teams have good disciplinary stats this season, with 22 Y & 1R each. In 35 L2 games last season he gave 107 Y & only 1 R - very low (like him).

AnagramWatch, Andy Woolmer = Ram Woodenly. My Renal Wood. Down Me Oraly.
 

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Fascinating stuff
 

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Game is a sellout from both sides. Should be a good encounter, wish I was there. I really think we'll win this. 3-1 City, Kodjia to run the show again.
 

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RefWatch; Ref for City v Fulham (played each other 53 times, Fulham won 23, City 17 & 13 draws) is Andy Woolmer, 50, a postie from Northampton. Ref since 16, FL ref since 2004. Teeny tiny guy, but looks strong and fit, probably from spending hours in the gym to make up for being a dwarf. So tiny that players have to have their names printed on their shorts when he's reffing - an FA directive from Greg Dyke. Reffed City 6 times (W3, D1, L2), and Fulham twice (W1, D1). Home win % is 33%, quite low (like him). Should be a low card count, both teams have good disciplinary stats this season, with 22 Y & 1R each. In 35 L2 games last season he gave 107 Y & only 1 R - very low (like him).

AnagramWatch, Andy Woolmer = Ram Woodenly. My Renal Wood. Down Me Oraly.

Hi Mike Riley
 

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Right, I've decided we are going to beat Fulham. It won't be easy but another home win is more than possible.
After that I've got to fly to bloody Finland (where it's really cold and dark) so I want City to win on Tuesday as well against Wolves. It would be both welcome and it will cheer me up as I hate the cold and find the dark really depressing! :oops:
Sorted. :thumbs:
 

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Have a feeling we may miss Nathan Baker this aft....Joey starting and here's hoping for a little more confidence from the lad!
 

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Hahaha I've left fuck that
 

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Do I have permission to be negative now?
 

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I actually think we'll do well in this, but I daren't predict a win. We've been doing alright since I've been depressive pre-match.

0-6, Matt Smith to score a hat-trick with his leg that is absolutely bollocked.
A 6 goal win isn't a million miles away here :lol:
 

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I want to go and stone Frank Fielding's car
 

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Fulham scored 4 against Reading. That's a positive, right? Right?
 

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How aren't we in the relegation zone? Lol.
 

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Can't be arsed to give the usual match report, as it wouldn't be a bit of a joke seeing as I was only there for 35 minutes.

In summary - the defensive fragilities haven't been sorted. We're a joke at the back, and Frank Fielding is an absolute fucking disgrace. Flint looks shot to bits confidence wise, and Ayling can't be that attacking as centre back, he gets caught out of position when we inevitably lose the ball. Kodjia is ridiculously good.

As for the substitutions, they're a joke. Always has been under Cotterill. I wasn't there - but it took 70 fucking minutes to bring on Cox?! Beyond belief.

They need to take a good look in the mirror and get their shit together, because Fulham really weren't that good. Win Tuesday (which we won't because we always lose to Wolves) or time's up unfortunately Steve.
 

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That was as bad as the Leicester/Wolves games in McInnes tenure. Gutless bastards.
 

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