View Full Version : Bristol City sign Peter Odemwingie from Stoke.

11-03-2016, 03:02 PM
On loan for the remainder of the season.

Good signing for them!

11-03-2016, 03:25 PM
Is he any relation to Odembones Dem Drybones?

11-03-2016, 03:36 PM
That should increase their deficit quite a bit, signed on a wingie and hoping for a prayer !!!

11-03-2016, 04:32 PM
One quality loan signing to match them, a Right back, then we can unleash G Ward. He was good at Hillsbora on the right. Would give us an even better chance of playing this level next season.

11-03-2016, 04:45 PM
who are we retiring this week GWRU? you must have got your eye on someone. do you reckon Beccio will play for us again?

11-03-2016, 05:19 PM
who are we retiring this week GWRU? you must have got your eye on someone. do you reckon Beccio will play for us again?

Becchio retired before he came to us. After tues add Richardson, Kelly & Best to the retirement list with D Collins, Green, Ledesma & Burke. Might have forgot someone. Green R of Ireland, take him now, for rest of the season, wonder why we started winning with Green dropped.

Best there's no fire in him, like he's going through the motions, serious tomorrow I'd have Yates on the bench in place of him. Kelly needs somebody with him to defend.

11-03-2016, 07:42 PM
When Evans signed Becchio he arrived in a wheelchair.
When Redfearn re-signed Becchio he hobbled out of the ambulance on crutches, coughing and wheezing.

I'm sure this site's arch crank and non-watcher of football, Geetarman, has at least one shotgun under his bed and several others dotted about the house. He would be doing all of us a favour if he loaded one up and put Becchio out of his misery.

But does Geetar do favours for people? Does he even know the meaning of the word?

11-03-2016, 09:13 PM
There's a whole family of Odemwhingers playing at Sheffield 6

11-03-2016, 09:31 PM
Let's hope Odem has lost what he once had and has dropped to the level of Agard (2 goals this season and he even has his own inscribed bench that nobody is allowed to sit on).

My main concern is still MK Dons. Fulham score too many goals and have too many expensive 'name' players to make the drop but tbf the Dons are making a good fist of it. We simply must win at their place and 'do them' on goal difference. It'll be tough on them to go straight back down but they'll live with it and learn to love such a poor Division 3. They may even come to call it HOME.