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  1. #26
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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    "Oi drove my tractor thru yur haystack last night" is a thinly disguised euphemistic line, full of sexual innuendo.
    As the old joke goes: "What's the difference between a Massey Ferguson tractor and a man who has fathered 30 children?".
    Answer: The tractor has hydraulics, and the father has dry bollox.
    Bah-dum-tish!

    Now for the game... I've gone for a Forest victory.
    3 points against Brizzle, followed by a draw at QPR and then a home win versus Cardiff will be an excellent return.
    We haven't a good record at Ashton Gate.
    But that was then and this is now!!!


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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Sinister View Post
    "Oi drove my tractor thru yur haystack last night" is a thinly disguised euphemistic line, full of sexual innuendo.
    As the old joke goes: "What's the difference between a Massey Ferguson tractor and a man who has fathered 30 children?".
    Answer: The tractor has hydraulics, and the father has dry bollox.
    Bah-dum-tish!

    Now for the game... I've gone for a Forest victory.
    3 points against Brizzle, followed by a draw at QPR and then a home win versus Cardiff will be an excellent return.
    We haven't a good record at Ashton Gate.
    But that was then and this is now!!!
    Thinly disguised?

    It couldn’t have been more blatant if the entire ensemble of The Wurzels had whipped out their todgers on Top of the Pops and shouted „have a go on that, moi lovely!“

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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    I'd take a point there all day long. It's another one for us and takes two from a play off contender.

    Brizzle are a well drilled side these days and pose a threat going forward. Tough game this so any point here is a good one.

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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    A draw would be fantastic, get to Jan relatively unscathed and then BOOOOOM, quality signings.


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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    Need to keep in the top 6 or Sabbers will be under pressure. Tough game, fancy Yates to pop up with the winner

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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    Let's not do a Wigan and see Mir in for Grabban as per the last international break return. Hopefully that lesson has been learnt.

    As well as Figgy and Yates have played in the last few matches, a return of Daws and Sow can only strengthen the defense so fingers crossed they are ready to return.

    I'd also see a point as a good return, but we have beaten better on the road already...................

    Last edited by Trents; 12-11-19 at 12:48.

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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    Quote Originally Posted by Trents View Post
    Let's not do a Wigan and see Mir in for Grabban as per the last international break return. Hopefully that lesson has been learnt.

    As well as Figgy and Yates have played in the last few matches, a return of Daws and Sow can only strenthen the defense so fingers cross they are ready to return.

    I'd also see a point as a good return, but we have beaten better on the road already...................
    One of the reassuring qualities about Sabri is he clearly learns from his mistakes. He's still new to the club, the country and the league so he's bound to drop the odd clanger. It's fantastic that he makes so few but when he does he changes it without hesitation.

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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    On 2nd thoughts, when was the last time we did something good for The Gas? November is a month we do good things for others, so a win here would make many a Bristol Rovers fan happy.


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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    Voted for a win, keeping up with the new Nottingham Forest confidence, the old Forest would be a bolt on loss to Bristol COYR


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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    Just seen that Luton pumped them 3-0 a few matches ago. I suddenly feel a bit more confident now.


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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    I'm hoping to see Dawson back in for Figueiredo and possibly Sow back on the bench for a run-out.

    Forest 3-1


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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    Can't beat a good pair of Bristols. And I don't mean Rovers or City.


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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    Previous seasons we would have capitulated against the brizzle on whatever run we had, we had a team of bottlers for sure, could'nt take any pressure, weak, not up for the fight.

    Different now, we have a team that gives a fuck, and can play. Draw away, that's a good result


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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    Can't wait for this.

    https://www.whoscored.com/Teams/182/...d-Bristol-City

    Afobe out for the season and Hunt/Da Silva are injured or recovering from injury.

    So we can expect a 3-5-2 from them.

    Bentley
    Kalas Williams Baker
    Perreira Bronwnhill Nagy O'Dowda Rowe
    Weimann Watkins

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    DF: Moore
    MF : Palmer & Massengo
    FWD : Rodri, Eliasson, Semenyo (Diedhiou not involved last time)

    Wingers as the forwards through the middle so they will look to run and stretch our defence.

    If we can use our strength of attacking down the sides and get in behind their wing backs I think they struggling.


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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy View Post
    Can't wait for this.

    https://www.whoscored.com/Teams/182/...d-Bristol-City

    Afobe out for the season and Hunt/Da Silva are injured or recovering from injury.

    So we can expect a 3-5-2 from them.

    Bentley
    Kalas Williams Baker
    Perreira Bronwnhill Nagy O'Dowda Rowe
    Weimann Watkins

    Bench
    DF: Moore
    MF : Palmer & Massengo
    FWD : Rodri, Eliasson, Semenyo (Diedhiou not involved last time)

    Wingers as the forwards through the middle so they will look to run and stretch our defence.

    If we can use our strength of attacking down the sides and get in behind their wing backs I think they struggling.
    Not sure about the formation. He prefers to set up based on the opposition, and has played a variety of formations so far this season.

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    Default Re: Matchday 17 Bristol City V Forest

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravi View Post
    Not sure about the formation. He prefers to set up based on the opposition, and has played a variety of formations so far this season.
    When Da Silva got injured they didn't have a left-back so they have been playing a winger in Rowe as a wing-back for the majority of the season.

    At least we aren't dictated to like that anymore. We fairly well covered.


 

 

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