Can we celebrate now please?
Wembley here we come!
13 May 2008 22:22
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Dear Mr Warnock
Dear Mr Warnock
My first reaction was “take that, you smug pillock!”. Seriously though, congrats to Bristol
13 May 2008, 23:23
I can’t tell you how much it would please me to see Pele Adebola steamroll his way through some Premier League defences. He was never likely to get the chance with us, aside from his goal of the season at Ewood Park.
14 May 2008, 11:45
Between ‘the roller’ Adebola and the WelshRhino it’s like a demolition derby up front!
I would fancy a bit of pace too though… if Owen decides he doesn’t like the taste of sake could he get used to cider?
Having said that we already have enough injury prone strikers for now.
14 May 2008, 11:55
One other comment on last night – great coverage on 5live. Best bit was listening to Leroy Rossenier and commentator commending Howard Webb on getting every decision right whilst in the background Ashton Gate is clearly ringing to the tune of The Referee’s a Wanker.
Also enjoyed the chant – ‘What’s the score Warnock’
14 May 2008, 11:57
I’m a fan of a championship team so this isn’t just an assumption from a premiership fan who knows nothing about bristol city: Dele Adebola is RUBBISH, especially for the man mountain that he is. but well done bristol city, it’s good to see that a team from the south west might be going up!
14 May 2008, 16:26
Adebola played his socks of last night – RUBBISH is a bit harsh. Agree that he may not be Prem material, but then again, we ain’t a Prem side yet!
14 May 2008, 17:35
yeah ok, i happen to think he’s an average championship striker, neither him or trundle are premiership quality despite both looking good last night. if you get into the premiership i wouldn’t bet against you having a completely new front 2 with the those 2 on the bench maybe, if they aren’t sold on.
14 May 2008, 20:49
Adebola’s got no pace, can be lazy and will sometime shank an easy chance out for a throw; but I’ve not seen many players who can hold a ball up like he can. It’s like he roots into the ground and defenders bounce off him like small children.
14 May 2008, 21:48
Kind of reminds me of the classic Simpson’s episode where Portugal play Mexico at the Springfield Stadium. Kent Brockman’s commentary is along the lines of:
Midfielder holds it… holds it… holds it… holds it
15 May 2008, 11:22