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    Bristol away

    No idea what to predict at the moment. I expect us to be a little more adventurous in our play. Can't see Rooney dropping himself. Brizzle have Covid issues.....

    ..... https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/...cision-4706999

    Before reading that I was going for Bristol 2 (Martin, Paterson) Derby 1 (Lawrence) but now I'll wait and see what effect quarantine has had on their squad.

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    I know it doesnít make a difference, but I was optimistic and predicted wins in those two home games before the break. Didnít Ďworkí...so Iíll be pessimistic. A 3-1 defeat and crucial players to catch Covid.

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    Postponed, or a 3-2 defeat.

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    Sweats pouring off me, Adi's got us scoring twice!
    Don't see it myself but good on you Adi, me I'm going for 2-1 Brizzle!

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    nice little 1-0 win, Martin og.

    every time this season that I was confident in a loss away from home, we have won.........

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    Maybe the "dead" hand of Cocu being lifted from the players will see them be bold adventurous and grab a win. On the other hand if that makes it more likely that Rooney will be appointed manager then perhaps a loss would be fine.

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    Brizzle 2-0 Derby
    Martin to bag at least 1, maybe both

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Parkstone View Post
    nice little 1-0 win, Martin og.

    every time this season that I was confident in a loss away from home, we have won.........
    Just the one, then, Mrs Wembley

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    Quote Originally Posted by swaledale View Post
    Maybe the "dead" hand of Cocu being lifted from the players will see them be bold adventurous and grab a win. On the other hand if that makes it more likely that Rooney will be appointed manager then perhaps a loss would be fine.
    I feel guilty, but that was my thinking too! Hopefully see a win without any crazy ideas of it becoming a permanent appointment.

    PS sorry Mac haha

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    The better we do short term, the more likely to stick with Rooney surely.

    And I suppose we donít really know how good a manager Rooney is now, never mind his progression.

    I also donít see Wassell being touted for the big job anymore. Whatís peopleís thoughts on that?

    Edited. Realised wrong thread but hey ho
    Last edited by Rob_the_Ram; 21-11-2020 at 01:11 PM. Reason: Wrong thread

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