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1 Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Mon Jan 07 2019, 02:48

wanderlust

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Nat Lofthouse
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D3 W2 in their last five league games and having just knocked Premiership side Huddersfield out of the FA Cup, Bristol are playing really well at the moment and have to be hot favourites to compound our misery in a week where two more of Anderson's dodgy dealings and lies have finally surfaced. (Plenty more to follow)

Fans morale is suffering if social media is any indicator, but what effect will that have on the remaining squad? Can't be good but you never know - adversity can sometimes bring out the best in people.

Perhaps if Bristol have an off day and Parky somehow manages to galvanise the dressing room we might get something from the game but TBH I'm fearing the worst. Hopefully not another mauling, but I'm guessing at a loss by 2.

2 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Mon Jan 07 2019, 13:23

Norpig

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Nat Lofthouse
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No need to bother, we won't have a club or a team that is actually called BWFC by then.

3 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Wed Jan 09 2019, 11:41

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Ref Watch: Stephen Martin to officiate Wanderers clash against Bristol City

Stephen Martin will oversee Wanderers Sky Bet Championship away clash against Bristol City on Saturday 12 January at Ashton Gate Stadium.

Entering into his eleventh season as a top flight referee, Martin has officiated 18 games so far this year, in which he has produced 41 yellow cards and two red cards.

When looking towards last season, Martin produced 93 yellow cards in 41 games, branding two red cards in total.

The last time Martin was in charge a Wanderers match was in September 2018, where he oversaw Wanderers 0-0 away draw against Ipswich Town in the Sky Bet Championship.

In that fixture, Martin produced two cautions and a red card in that game, with Trevoh Chalobah and Tayo Edun picking up yellow cards for the Tractor Boys and Marc Wilson dismissed for the Whites on the 34th minute.

Jonathan Merchant and Mark Jones will run the line for the fixture, with Ollie Yates as fourth official.

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4 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Wed Jan 09 2019, 12:40

wanderlust

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Nat Lofthouse
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I love ref watch, but I suspect the team news will outdo it this week.

5 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Fri Jan 11 2019, 11:27

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
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Parky should pick the same team that played the second half against Walsall.

Noone should be on the left, Murphy in midfield and Ameobi in the stands.

6 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Fri Jan 11 2019, 12:18

MartinBWFC

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Frank Worthington
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Parky should pick the same team that played the second half against Walsall.

Noone should be on the left, Murphy in midfield and Ameobi in the stands.

Everybody but Parkinson would agree with that.

7 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Fri Jan 11 2019, 12:20

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Tony Kelly
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Normal service shall be resumed !!!!! Mad

8 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 14:01

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
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9 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 14:07

Natasha Whittam

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Clueless.

10 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 14:17

karlypants

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Radio Nuts is now live via the Portal!

11 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 14:35

MartinBWFC

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Frank Worthington
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Clueless.
And goalless.

12 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 14:50

wanderlust

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Nat Lofthouse
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I'm hoping for a defiance in the face of adversity performance.

13 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 17:07

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Andy Walker
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And we have them again away in the FA Cup... with West Brom and Sheffield United in League play.  How much closer can we get to Ipswich and how far will the pack above us pull away?  Will the players get paid this month?  It's like a soap opera.

14 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 18:46

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Watched it on ifollow……. we look like a league one side at best. There's nowt there...no quality at all.
Sammi is the only player who can actually trap and pass a ball.....otherwise it's all hoof as per normal.
That's the match report.

15 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 18:54

MartinBWFC

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Frank Worthington
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7 points from 17 games tells you all you need to know about a Parkinson set up, home or away it's 1 up top, wingers played on opposite wings, 7 defensive minded players, is it any wonder we struggle to score? today we completed 94 passes, that's just under 1 per minute, Parkinson is a caveman manager, his system is no longer affective, yet sticks to it week on week, was it Einstein that said the meaning of an idiot is someone making the same mistakes over and over yet expecting a different outcome, well that makes Parkinson a complete idiot.

16 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 18:58

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
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How did the midfield set up today? Surely Noone was on the left after his performance last weekend?

17 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 19:03

MartinBWFC

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Frank Worthington
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:How did the midfield set up today? Surely Noone was on the left after his performance last weekend?
I suspect you know the answer to that, but no Noone right wing, Buckley left wing.

18 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 20:01

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Nat Lofthouse
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Parky is lucky the finances and Ken are dominating the headlines, because without them he'd be getting abuse from all angles.

When you finally put in a decent performance after weeks of utter shite you have to try and hold onto that small amount of momentum, not change the fucking team and move the best player from last weekend over to the opposite wing.

I don't really give a shit about the off-field nonsense, I just want the manager to pick the best team to try and win every game. The man is clueless, and while there's absolutely no doubt we are headed back to League 1, Parky had better not still be manager come August.

19 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 20:03

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Andy Walker
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Parky is lucky the finances and Ken are dominating the headlines, because without them he'd be getting abuse from all angles.

When you finally put in a decent performance after weeks of utter shite you have to try and hold onto that small amount of momentum, not change the fucking team and move the best player from last weekend over to the opposite wing.

I don't really give a shit about the off-field nonsense, I just want the manager to pick the best team to try and win every game. The man is clueless, and while there's absolutely no doubt we are headed back to League 1, Parky had better not still be manager come August.
Maybe he's dyslexic?  That or just plain bonkers.  If someone plays well, he moves him to the other side (or benches him)...  sheer bonkers.

20 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 20:14

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Nat Lofthouse
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Report: Bristol City 2-1 Bolton Wanderers

Bolton Wanderers succumbed to a narrow defeat in the West Country following two quick fire strikes from Bristol City substitutes Matty Taylor and Kasey Palmer turned the game on its head after Will Buckley put the visitors in front.

Team News:

Phil Parkinson made two change from the side that beat Walsall in the Emirates FA Cup a week earlier with Sammy Ameobi and Craig Noone returning to the starting line-up at the expense of the injured Yanic Wildschut and Josh Vela, who was named among the substitutes.

First Half

Josh Brownhill had the first effort of note after ten minutes but his powerfully struck free-kick was successfully defended by the Wanderers wall.

The opening stages of the game were very much played in the middle of the park with neither side able to control possession for long spells.

The hosts won another free-kick in a dangerous area, when Luke Murphy brought down Callum O’Dowda thirty yards out. Again, Brownhill took the set piece and again the Wanderers defence held firm.

Andreas Weimann wasn’t too far away with a volley on the turn that went narrowly wide of Ben Alnwick’s left hand side.

The hosts were starting to find their feet and began to probe into the Wanderers box, but everything they threw was sufficiently dealt with by Wanderers.

Alnwick made his first save of the game 20 minutes into the contest when he got his foot onto Famara Diedhiou’s after the forward tricked his way past Pawel Olkowski to get a low shot on target.

A response came almost immediately from Parkinson’s men, when Olkowski got a cross off from the right hand side, but Noone’s header was always going over the bar and never troubled Niki Maenpaa.

Ameobi followed this up moments later when he broke into the Bristol half and charged towards goal, but his low drive lacked the power to trouble Maenpaa.

Fortune was on Wanderers’ side as the crossbar came to the rescue for them when Weimann’s deflected shot looped off Olkowski and on to the woodwork.

Diedhiou should have done better when he shook off the attention of Olkowski as his curling right footed effort was off target.

At the other end, a Noone free kick was met at the far post by the head of Beevers but Maenpaa came off his line to gather the ball comfortably.

Second Half

A bright start to the second half from the hosts saw Diedhiou head Weimann’s cross just wide after Wanderers failed to clear their lines.

At the other end, Lowe’s volley had Maenpaa on his tiptoes to catch the ball after the Wanderers midfielder was first to Beevers’ knockdown.

Diedihou missed a glorious opportunity from five yards to put his side in front after the ball fell into his path after O’Dowda’s header cannoned off the bar.

A timely intervention from the outstretched foot of Olkowski prevented Diedhiou from getting in on goal.

But Wanderers took the lead just before the hour mark through Buckley who guided in Ameobi’s cross after Noone won possession over on the far touch line.

Lloyd Kelly was attempting to let the ball roll out for a goal kick, but Noone slid into rob the ball from the full-back which allowed Ameobi to seize control of the ball and charged towards goal. His whipped, curling effort was then glanced in by Buckley who celebrated in front of the 600 plus travelling Wanderers fans.

The hosts responded by making a triple substitution with Palmer, Taylor and Dasilva repl being made, replacing Weimann, Kelly and Patterson.

And within minutes of the change being made Taylor equalised with a low shot that beat Alnwick at his near post.

The Wanderers keeper was pressed into action, making a diving save to his right to keep out Taylor's powerful effort.

From the resulting corner, the game turned on its head when fellow sub Palmer nodded the ball over the line.

A superb save from Alnwick, diving at full stretch to his left, prevented Palmer’s deflected shot from putting the hosts two goals to the good.

Noone’s left-sided cross found the head of Magennis but the big striker was unable to direct it effort on target.

Despite a late rally from the Wanderers, they were unable to find the equaliser.

Full Time

Bolton Wanderers: Alnwick, Lowe, Beevers, Ameobi, Buckley (Donaldson 77), Noone, Murphy (Vela 85), Olkowski, Magennis, Grounds (Dyer 85), Wheater (C).

Subs Not Used: B. Williams, Taylor, Hobbs, Wilson.

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21 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 20:38

MartinBWFC

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Frank Worthington
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Maybe he's dyslexic?  That or just plain bonkers.  If someone plays well, he moves him to the other side (or benches him)...  sheer bonkers.
Or maybe it's just that he's a fucking awful professional manager, inept, clueless, basically winging it through this season, he's failed at this level on 2 more occasions, he's proved his ineptness by making changes for changes sake in trying to find a winning formula, and when he finally hit on a good system he reverts to type, the mans a failiure on so many levels

22 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 22:30

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Nat Lofthouse
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If we do get relegated than Parky would be a good manager to get promoted again...maybe that’s the plan

23 Re: Bristol City 2-1 BWFC on Sat Jan 12 2019, 23:47

wanderlust

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Parky is lucky the finances and Ken are dominating the headlines, because without them he'd be getting abuse from all angles.

When you finally put in a decent performance after weeks of utter shite you have to try and hold onto that small amount of momentum, not change the fucking team and move the best player from last weekend over to the opposite wing.

I don't really give a shit about the off-field nonsense, I just want the manager to pick the best team to try and win every game. The man is clueless, and while there's absolutely no doubt we are headed back to League 1, Parky had better not still be manager come August.
Whilst Anderson runs the show Parky is likely to be around because with the club's financial position worsening every day Anderson can't afford to replace him unless he puts some of his own money in and that isn't going to happen.

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