24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

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24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by TonyDomingos » Sun Oct 18, 2015 12:38 am

Let's tell it as it is.

And I couldn't be bothered with a Shakespearean reference. Other than, "Stick it up yer Brum".
Às armas, às armas!
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Às armas, às armas!
Pela Pátria lutar!
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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by LeverEnd » Sun Oct 18, 2015 1:42 am

As well as being 4th they are unbeaten away from home. The only other two unbeaten away teams are Derby and Brighton and we held both nil all and 2 all.
So I'm going for 1 all.
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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by Peter Thompson » Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:33 am

1-3 Birmingham, we'll score 1st then concede 3

We'll either play well in the 1st half or the 2nd but not both, we'll miss a hat load of chances and concede a few soft avoidable goals - everyone including the manager will say we are mentally weak and need a goal scorer - repeat for the next game.....

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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by TonyDomingos » Sun Oct 18, 2015 9:23 am

I'm feeling a bit cheerier this morning. :D I predict a home win - 2-0. Mavies to score both.
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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by CrazyHorse » Sun Oct 18, 2015 10:51 am

This shiteness can't last forever.
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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by Hoboh » Sun Oct 18, 2015 11:25 am

Can the bish explain which Birmingham we will be playing?

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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by thebish » Sun Oct 18, 2015 1:50 pm

Hoboh wrote:Can the bish explain which Birmingham we will be playing?
Winning Birmingham??
Betterthanus Birmingham??
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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by Il Pirate » Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:03 pm

We'll fckin do the pesky bleeders.

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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by Worthy4England » Sun Oct 18, 2015 6:26 pm

I'm sure they owe us one for keeping them up the season before last...

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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by Bruce Rioja » Sun Oct 18, 2015 7:12 pm

This is one of those thank-feck-I-get-to-work-abroad weeks. Clayton Donaldson to fill his ample boots. 0-4 (Donaldson 3, Paul Robinson 1). My seat for the evening? Free to a good home - I can't even give it away.
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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by TonyDomingos » Sun Oct 18, 2015 7:21 pm

Bruce Rioja wrote:This is one of those thank-feck-I-get-to-work-abroad weeks. Clayton Donaldson to fill his ample boots. 0-4 (Donaldson 3, Paul Robinson 1). My seat for the evening? Free to a good home - I can't even give it away.
Nailed on mahoosive home win! Cheers, Bruce. :D
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Pela Pátria lutar!
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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by jaffka » Sun Oct 18, 2015 7:25 pm

Its going to be cold and a miserable night with a shite performance.

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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by Harry Genshaw » Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:08 pm

Bruce Rioja wrote:This is one of those thank-feck-I-get-to-work-abroad weeks. Clayton Donaldson to fill his ample boots. 0-4 (Donaldson 3, Paul Robinson 1). My seat for the evening? Free to a good home - I can't even give it away.
Bijou Bob will be along in a minute offering to take it off your hands if you throw a lift in :wink:

I was going to post what a thoroughly decent chap BP was for getting me a £10 ticket. Now I feel ripped off!!

2-1 win for us. Madine brace
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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by William the White » Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:36 pm

I am now in possession of Bruce's free-to-a-good-home ticket, because the potential recipient is under curfew after early release from a little time serving Her Majesty... Bruce, a man of limited compassion, was prepared to inflict Bolton Wanderers on a human being wishing to embrace the joys of liberty...

A PM to me will obtain a pass to the boiling cauldron of Tuesday night against Birmingham City... for free...

As an added bonus you have me sitting to your right...

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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by Bruce Rioja » Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:43 pm

TonyDomingos wrote:
Bruce Rioja wrote:This is one of those thank-feck-I-get-to-work-abroad weeks. Clayton Donaldson to fill his ample boots. 0-4 (Donaldson 3, Paul Robinson 1). My seat for the evening? Free to a good home - I can't even give it away.
Nailed on mahoosive home win! Cheers, Bruce. :D
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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by Burnden Paddock » Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:55 pm

Harry Genshaw wrote:
Bruce Rioja wrote:This is one of those thank-feck-I-get-to-work-abroad weeks. Clayton Donaldson to fill his ample boots. 0-4 (Donaldson 3, Paul Robinson 1). My seat for the evening? Free to a good home - I can't even give it away.
Bijou Bob will be along in a minute offering to take it off your hands if you throw a lift in :wink:

I was going to post what a thoroughly decent chap BP was for getting me a £10 ticket. Now I feel ripped off!!

2-1 win for us. Madine brace
Feck off!! That free ticket is mine. You owe me £20! Haven't even paid for them yet.

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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by Dave Sutton's barnet » Mon Oct 19, 2015 9:34 am

Lennon presser. From the official Twitter, https://twitter.com/OfficialBWFC/status ... 7833261056 et passim.
I thought we were as good as Burnley, if not better, for large portions of the game.

The difference is they took their chances but we didn't. That is the best we've played away from home so far this season.

We've played pretty well in most of our games this year but just haven't put teams away. We need to convert performances into wins.

Thankfully it's not a fracture regarding Jay. If not fit for Tuesday, hopefully he'll be back for the weekend. He was playing well.

I think Casado was outstanding, both defensively and offensively. He put a number of crosses in and handled George Boyd well.

We've agreed a new deal with Zach Clough. We think he's a good talent and want to protect our asset. He can't wait to be back.

The manager has done a great job at Birmingham, but we're at home. We have belief and it only takes one win to turn things around.

We are wanting to bring another attacker in. It's about availability and affordability but that is something we want to do.

Our home form has been very good since I came in. We've got two home games now and have to make the most of that.

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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by thebish » Mon Oct 19, 2015 10:16 am

good to see him sounding positive - I guess he would have to even if he didn't feel it... BUT - I don't think it just takes one win to turn things round... we had that one win recently against Wolves - nothing was turned around...

it takes a decent run of wins and not getting beaten and clean sheets...

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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by William the White » Mon Oct 19, 2015 10:52 am

thebish wrote:
Hoboh wrote:Can the bish explain which Birmingham we will be playing?
Winning Birmingham??
Betterthanus Birmingham??
As the thread title indicates it's actually the 4th Birmingham. So a total nightmare for the spotted cat.

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Re: 24th v 4th - Birmingham (h) 20/10/15

Post by thebish » Mon Oct 19, 2015 10:59 am

William the White wrote:
thebish wrote:
Hoboh wrote:Can the bish explain which Birmingham we will be playing?
Winning Birmingham??
Betterthanus Birmingham??
As the thread title indicates it's actually the 4th Birmingham. So a total nightmare for the spotted cat.
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