MATCHWATCH : Bristol City (h) sponsored by a plea from Terry Cooper

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bristol City (h) sponsored by a plea from Terry Cooper

by Sutekh » 03 Nov 2018 20:39

URZZZZ wrote:Few points from this game

1. Walker does not utilise his height from crosses, so poor today with crosses, good few saves though
2. Midfield still needs improving, they don't offer enough defensively
3. Barrow and Baldock both worked hard today but didn't really offer a lot in an attacking sense, full credit for Barrow for goal three with a clever yet simple pass which created the goal
4. Blackett has some skills on the ball, unfortunately he has no skills at marking his man
5. Meite and Kelly much improved, Bacuna also kept up his good form


Buy a left back and develop Blackett into a left winger.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bristol City (h) sponsored by a plea from Terry Cooper

by glass half full » 03 Nov 2018 21:17

Sutekh wrote:
URZZZZ wrote:Few points from this game

1. Walker does not utilise his height from crosses, so poor today with crosses, good few saves though
2. Midfield still needs improving, they don't offer enough defensively
3. Barrow and Baldock both worked hard today but didn't really offer a lot in an attacking sense, full credit for Barrow for goal three with a clever yet simple pass which created the goal
4. Blackett has some skills on the ball, unfortunately he has no skills at marking his man
5. Meite and Kelly much improved, Bacuna also kept up his good form


Buy a left back and develop Blackett into a left winger.


Sounds good.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bristol City (h) sponsored by a plea from Terry Cooper

by RichTea94 » 03 Nov 2018 21:50

Sutekh wrote:
URZZZZ wrote:Few points from this game

1. Walker does not utilise his height from crosses, so poor today with crosses, good few saves though
2. Midfield still needs improving, they don't offer enough defensively
3. Barrow and Baldock both worked hard today but didn't really offer a lot in an attacking sense, full credit for Barrow for goal three with a clever yet simple pass which created the goal
4. Blackett has some skills on the ball, unfortunately he has no skills at marking his man
5. Meite and Kelly much improved, Bacuna also kept up his good form


Buy a left back and develop Blackett into a left winger.


Blackett on one wing and Meite on the other... would make fullbacks sh*t their pants!

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bristol City (h) sponsored by a plea from Terry Cooper

by maffff » 05 Nov 2018 10:37

Sutekh wrote:
URZZZZ wrote:Few points from this game

1. Walker does not utilise his height from crosses, so poor today with crosses, good few saves though
2. Midfield still needs improving, they don't offer enough defensively
3. Barrow and Baldock both worked hard today but didn't really offer a lot in an attacking sense, full credit for Barrow for goal three with a clever yet simple pass which created the goal
4. Blackett has some skills on the ball, unfortunately he has no skills at marking his man
5. Meite and Kelly much improved, Bacuna also kept up his good form


Buy a left back and develop Blackett into a left winger.


Buy a left back? Obita will be back before January.

Also, Richards could develop further by having a player that does think about the defensive work infront of him - Jobi helped Obita considerably.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bristol City (h) sponsored by a plea from Terry Cooper

by Old Man Andrews » 05 Nov 2018 10:39

maffff wrote:
Sutekh wrote:
URZZZZ wrote:Few points from this game

1. Walker does not utilise his height from crosses, so poor today with crosses, good few saves though
2. Midfield still needs improving, they don't offer enough defensively
3. Barrow and Baldock both worked hard today but didn't really offer a lot in an attacking sense, full credit for Barrow for goal three with a clever yet simple pass which created the goal
4. Blackett has some skills on the ball, unfortunately he has no skills at marking his man
5. Meite and Kelly much improved, Bacuna also kept up his good form


Buy a left back and develop Blackett into a left winger.


Buy a left back? Obita will be back before January.

Also, Richards could develop further by having a player that does think about the defensive work infront of him - Jobi helped Obita considerably.


Thats alright then. Lets just assume he will be instantly fit to play 90 minutes and not breakdown due to the severtity of the original injury.


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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bristol City (h) sponsored by a plea from Terry Cooper

by maffff » 05 Nov 2018 10:42

Old Man Andrews wrote:
maffff wrote:
Sutekh wrote:
Buy a left back and develop Blackett into a left winger.


Buy a left back? Obita will be back before January.

Also, Richards could develop further by having a player that does think about the defensive work infront of him - Jobi helped Obita considerably.


Thats alright then. Lets just assume he will be instantly fit to play 90 minutes and not breakdown due to the severtity of the original injury.


Ah, the good old magic money tree. Given we already have decent options in the squad would you prefer a Joseph Mills or a Jure Travner?

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bristol City (h) sponsored by a plea from Terry Cooper

by Sutekh » 05 Nov 2018 15:25

maffff wrote:
Old Man Andrews wrote:
maffff wrote:
Buy a left back? Obita will be back before January.

Also, Richards could develop further by having a player that does think about the defensive work infront of him - Jobi helped Obita considerably.


Thats alright then. Lets just assume he will be instantly fit to play 90 minutes and not breakdown due to the severtity of the original injury.


Ah, the good old magic money tree. Given we already have decent options in the squad would you prefer a Joseph Mills or a Jure Travner?


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by Snowflake Royal » 05 Nov 2018 18:54

Booty played on the right didn't he? Took over from Hopkins and Bernal.

Swales and Bodin on the left. Yeesh.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bristol City (h) sponsored by a plea from Terry Cooper

by Forbury Lion » 06 Nov 2018 08:54

glass half full wrote:
Sutekh wrote:
URZZZZ wrote:Few points from this game

1. Walker does not utilise his height from crosses, so poor today with crosses, good few saves though
2. Midfield still needs improving, they don't offer enough defensively
3. Barrow and Baldock both worked hard today but didn't really offer a lot in an attacking sense, full credit for Barrow for goal three with a clever yet simple pass which created the goal
4. Blackett has some skills on the ball, unfortunately he has no skills at marking his man
5. Meite and Kelly much improved, Bacuna also kept up his good form


Buy a left back and develop Blackett into a left winger.


Sounds good.
A reverse Murty, who was a right winger before joining us or maybe Obita.


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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bristol City (h) sponsored by a plea from Terry Cooper

by Old Man Andrews » 09 Nov 2018 00:13

Sniviling little shit Lee Johnson is at it again. https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/foo ... ssion=true

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by Hound » 09 Nov 2018 08:17

Old Man Andrews wrote:Sniviling little shit Lee Johnson is at it again. https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/foo ... ssion=true


‘Silenced the home crowd’ :lol:

Tbh it shows how bad they were to make us look average. Everyone else has made us look dogsh1t

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by From Despair To Where? » 09 Nov 2018 08:35

Funny how their fans seem to think they Stammed themselves to defeat. A million passes going nowhere.

Blathering on about expected goals as well really is clutching at staws.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bristol City (h) sponsored by a plea from Terry Cooper

by Snowflake Royal » 09 Nov 2018 08:51

He silenced the away fans for 90% of the match.

I'm always a bit surprised when fans who've made no noise for a good 15 minutes burst into a rendition of this is a library or shall we sing a song for you, especially if the other side has been making more noise and more recently. A bit of self awareness please guys.


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by sandman » 09 Nov 2018 08:56

Not as if Ashton Gate is a cauldron of noise either.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bristol City (h) sponsored by a plea from Terry Cooper

by Old Man Andrews » 09 Nov 2018 10:24

Hound wrote:
Old Man Andrews wrote:Sniviling little shit Lee Johnson is at it again. https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/foo ... ssion=true


‘Silenced the home crowd’ :lol:

Tbh it shows how bad they were to make us look average. Everyone else has made us look dogsh1t


It was arguably the loudest I have heard our fans this season. The bloke is just a little runt who is lucky to work so high up in football.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bristol City (h) sponsored by a plea from Terry Cooper

by Hendo » 09 Nov 2018 11:57

Old Man Andrews wrote:
Hound wrote:
Old Man Andrews wrote:Sniviling little shit Lee Johnson is at it again. https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/foo ... ssion=true


‘Silenced the home crowd’ :lol:

Tbh it shows how bad they were to make us look average. Everyone else has made us look dogsh1t


It was arguably the loudest I have heard our fans this season. The bloke is just a little runt who is lucky to work so high up in football.


Silenced us so much that we scored within 8 minutes...

Couldn't be more :| at this.

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