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    Cotterill on Spireites v Bristol City

    "I think we had the better chances in the game and if we were ruthless enough, it could have been five.


    Never changes. Loves his "ifs"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lichaj of the Tiger View Post
    'We'd have won the league if half the squad hadn't contracted Ebola'


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    Quote Originally Posted by DanR View Post
    'We'd have won the league if half the squad hadn't contracted Ebola'
    Would definitely be a genuine excuse if it actually happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanR View Post
    'We'd have won the league if half the squad hadn't contracted Ebola'
    If half the squad contracts ebola, there must be something wrong with the training methods.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lichaj of the Tiger View Post
    "They wake up and their days are groundhog days - day after day."

    Classic Cotterill.

    "I've been blessed with many things in this life: an arm like a damn rocket, a c**k like a burmese python, and the mind of a f**king scientist" - Kenny Powers

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    I can't wait to see this thread if they come here next season and get three points.


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    Three years to the day since the dark period of his Forest tenure began.

    The hapless buffoon. For sure.


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    Quote Originally Posted by winnits View Post
    Three years to the day since the dark period of his Forest tenure began.

    The hapless buffoon. For sure.

    Hapless buffoon!


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    What's the opposite of hapless?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbus View Post
    What's the opposite of hapless?
    Fapmore?


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    Hapfull?


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    Bristol City are seven points clear of third place now. Emotional return to the banks of the River Trent next season for Cotts. Which manager will he get the boot after Bristol City win at the City Ground next season - Freedman, Petrescu or other?


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    Can't wait. The saviour returns. I hope he gets the hero's reception he deserves.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Lichaj of the Tiger View Post
    Can't wait. The saviour returns. I hope he gets the hero's reception he deserves.
    25,000 people shouting "for sure" ?


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    Leeds (a), W 7-3, post-match interview...

    Robin Chipperfield: "And the fans were even singing your name towards the end of the game. That must have been nice to hear."

    Steve Cotterill: "They've been singing my name all season, it's nothing new."

    RC: "To be honest, it's the first time I've really picked up on it."

    SC: "They've been singing my name since I got here. Tonight's just the first time they've sung nice things."

    Even the haterz have to accept that was pretty brilliant.


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    Still an unmitigated cocksocket.


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    Imagine If SP had taken over the club then , it would have been one way hoof , hooof , hooooooof route to league one and Fawaz wouldn't have been our owner now and we would be on the verge of bankruptcy , selling any and every good players we have.


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    Default Re: The Steve Cotterill Appreciation Thread

    We are still hoofing it its just accepted now as it doesnt fit the argument.

    Last edited by Barry; 27-02-15 at 10:21.

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    ...and we'd all be dead.


    Some fans easily forget this. But if Pearce was still in charge we'd all be dead.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Foster View Post
    We are still hoofing it its just accepted now as it doesnt fit the argument.
    I'd say there's a difference between a hopeful hoof and a long ball to a winger that's actually in a good attacking position. We're seeing more of the latter these days


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    Quote Originally Posted by tropix View Post
    I'd say there's a difference between a hopeful hoof and a long ball to a winger that's actually in a good attacking position. We're seeing more of the latter these days



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    Default Re: The Steve Cotterill Appreciation Thread

    'A Diag' - Ben Osborn 25/02/15

    "Outside the family life, there is nothing better than winning the European Cups." Brian Clough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravi View Post
    'A Diag' - Ben Osborn 25/02/15
    He let himself down, there.

    I walk around like everything is fine but deep down, in my shoe, my sock is sliding off.

 

 

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