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Football League 2021/22 - 1-3rd January, 2022


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all kick-offs 15.00 (GMT) unless stated

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Saturday 1st January, 2022
Blackpool vs Hull
Sheff Utd vs Middlesbrough, 12.30

Sunday 2nd January, 2022
Birmingham vs QPR, 14.00
Blackburn vs Huddersfield, 14.00
Bristol City vs Millwall, 13.00
West Brom vs Cardiff, 14.00

Monday 3rd January, 2022
Bournemouth vs Peterborough, 19.45
Nottm Forest vs Barnsley
Reading vs Derby
Stoke vs Preston 

 

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Saturday 1st January, 2022
Burton vs Crewe
Charlton vs Wycombe
MK Dons vs Gillingham
Oxford vs Cheltenham
Rotherham vs Bolton
Wigan vs Accrington Stanley

Sunday 2nd January, 2022
Morecambe vs Doncaster
Shrewsbury vs Sheff Weds

Monday 3rd January, 2022
Cambridge vs Portsmouth

 

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Saturday 1st January, 2022
Barrow vs Bradford
Crawley vs Colchester
Forest Green vs Stevenage
Harrogate vs Port Vale
Hartlepool vs Oldham
Leyton Orient vs Bristol Rovers
Scunthorpe vs Carlisle
Sutton vs Exeter
Swindon vs Northampton
Walsall vs Newport

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7 minutes ago, Gunnersauraus said:

Just heard the cheer at ashton gate. Took them about two minutes to get the score through on the sky sports fixture page 

Impressive considering they don't play Millwall until Sunday. 🙂

Also, we're getting dicked against West Brom.

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5 minutes ago, Bluebird Hewitt said:

Impressive considering they don't play Millwall until Sunday. 🙂

Also, we're getting dicked against West Brom.

Lol they are playing QPR. Put it on the wrong page 

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From what Chris Wilder said it spread through the coach after the last game. Paul Heckingbottom made comments in his pre-match presser that teams are pencilling in cancellations weeks in Dvance because of covid. Just another embarrassing circumstance under Rick Parry's underwhelming leadership.

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12 minutes ago, Bluebird Hewitt said:

Well...........this is unexpected. 

We're winning 1-0 at half time.

And we're back to normality. 1-1 after our defence is cut open with ease again, though there was a case for it being offside there.

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No crowd trouble reported between city and millwall. Normally there is. I would just put them in the collesium like in Roman times and let them fight. Put a few tigers in there .

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33 minutes ago, Gunnersauraus said:

No crowd trouble reported between city and millwall. Normally there is. I would just put them in the collesium like in Roman times and let them fight. Put a few tigers in there .

I went to Ashton Gate once, lots of trouble.

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42 minutes ago, Gunnersauraus said:

No crowd trouble reported between city and millwall. Normally there is. I would just put them in the collesium like in Roman times and let them fight. Put a few tigers in there .

Really?

I know Millwall like a bit of trouble, but never heard of anything much between Millwall and Bristol City.

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Just now, Bluebird Hewitt said:

Really?

I know Millwall like a bit of trouble, but never heard of anything much between Millwall and Bristol City.

Well a few years ago the millwall bus got stopped at a bridge swing and the city fans caught the bus on fire to get to them 😂

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Bristol City (1) 3 Chelsea (0) 1

Date:    Saturday, 27th January 1990 at 15:00        
Competition:    F.A. Cup Round 4
Venue:    Ashton Gate
Attendance:    24,535
Referee:    David Phillips (Barnsley)
Bristol City    Ron Sinclair, Andy Llewellyn, John Bailey, Gary Shelton, Glenn Humphries, David Rennie, Mark Gavin, Robert Newman, Robert Taylor, David Smith, Robert Turner
   Scorers    Robert Turner 4, Robert Turner 55, Mark Gavin 89
   Subs Not Used    Millar, Melon
   Manager    Joe Jordan
Chelsea    1 Dave Beasant, 2 Steve Clarke, 3 Tony Dorigo, 4 Graham Roberts, 5 Erland Johnsen, 6 Ken Monkou (14 David Lee 73), 7 Kevin McAllister, 8 John Bumstead, 9 Kerry Dixon, 10 Kevin Wilson, 11 Graeme Le Saux
   Scorer    Wilson 84
   Booked    Monkou
   Sub Not Used    12 Alan Dickens
   Manager    Bobby Campbell
Match Facts    Match 3468      FA Cup match 262   Starting XI    Average age 26.9    Oldest Player 31.1    Youngest Player 21.2

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  • 2 weeks later...

Got to feel for Andy Carroll and Reading.

Scores two absolute stunners against Fulham, both get ruled out.

The 2nd was absolutely ridiculous.

Fulham win 7-0 xD

 

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On 12/01/2022 at 07:44, LFCMike said:

Mad that people are having any sympathy for Carroll here. He's miles offside for both of them. He's not been hard done by.

You always get this with offside goals, i don't get it. Shudda wudda cudda. Get onside next time y'cunt.

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