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I feel like I have to keep pointing this out- karanka got us from relegation to 12th in this first half season loaning only ayala. In his first full season he got us into the play off final spending l

Who do you think you are kidding Bristol City, If you think the match is won? We are the boys who will stop your little game. We are the boys who will make you think again. 'Cause who do you t

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What I hate so much about this whole sorry saga, is that just when we have a decent game and you start to think that maybe they're getting their act together...you get a ***-show like this...

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Just now, BillinghamBoro said:

Seriously playing goal music at 3-1 down. Christ alive 

Was thinking the exact same thing 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️

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Just now, DurhamRed said:

Get in Britt scores if actually has chances

Just a shame there's only 5 minutes left and City got 3 already...

Consolation effort...which isn't much consolation...

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Just now, BillinghamBoro said:

Fry is just a poor poor defender. No idea what he brings to the backline. 

Apparently he is a £20+ million pound premier League defender in the making according to the gazette 😁

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