Pre Match Bristol City v Leicester

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We really should beat this lot. If we don't, we don't deserve to be in the top two.
 
I’m excited about this and also very nervous.


We really need a win.
And not a nervy 1 goal margin, clinging on at the end for dear life, kind of win either.

A comfortable 2-3 goal margin would be nice and very unLeicester.
 
Britstol City Last 12:

Won 3:
Swansea, Southampton (H).
Middlesbrough (A).

Drew 2:
Watford (H).
Coventry (A).

Lost 7:
Cardiff, QPR, Leeds (H).
Ipswich, WBA, Sheffield Wednesday, Preston (A).
 
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Choudhury Faes Vestergaard Justin
Ndidi Winks Dewsbury-Hall
Fatawu Vardy Mavididi

Subs: Stolarczyk, Doyle, Coady, Praet, Ricardo, Iheanacho, Daka, Albrighton, Akgun
 
Just peeved off with all the negativity, not just from you.
Blown a 14 point lead and we’re due to get a points deduction next season no matter which division we’re in, because we’re ran by a bunch of ****s.

But let’s all be positive so that you’re not peeved.
 
Blown a 14 point lead and we’re due to get a points deduction next season no matter which division we’re in, because we’re ran by a bunch of ****s.

But let’s all be positive so that you’re not peeved.
He did say not just you.

It is ****ing depressing on here sometimes though.

Who can honestly say we will NOT get promoted, who is to say we WON’T get a points deduction?

Who is to say we can’t take a 6-point deduction and still survive next season, Notts Forest and Everton aren’t exactly sunk yet are they?

It’s all about perspective.
 
Blown a 14 point lead and we’re due to get a points deduction next season no matter which division we’re in, because we’re ran by a bunch of ****s.

But let’s all be positive so that you’re not peeved.
Not all fans are that fussed by the behind the scenes stuff though. It’s not that it doesn’t bother them, it’s just that they can’t see how they can do a lot about it and therefore just enjoy it for what it is. There’s nothing wrong with that and it’s not necessarily a case of being over-positive, it’s just watching a football team.

We’ve had a lot of ups and downs over the years, so it’s not like we haven’t experienced shit times before and things have obviously been much worse than they are now. That’s not burying your head in the sand, that’s just a different perspective on how fans see things.
 
Not all fans are that fussed by the behind the scenes stuff though. It’s not that it doesn’t bother them, it’s just that they can’t see how they can do a lot about it and therefore just enjoy it for what it is. There’s nothing wrong with that and it’s not necessarily a case of being over-positive, it’s just watching a football team.

We’ve had a lot of ups and downs over the years, so it’s not like we haven’t experienced shit times before and things have obviously been much worse than they are now. That’s not burying your head in the sand, that’s just a different perspective on how fans see things.
There is also the fact that some people arent happy unless they are moaning. They will always find something to be miserable about regardless of the situation and the current backroom shite just makes it a bit easier for them to be happy.
 
Not all fans are that fussed by the behind the scenes stuff though. It’s not that it doesn’t bother them, it’s just that they can’t see how they can do a lot about it and therefore just enjoy it for what it is. There’s nothing wrong with that and it’s not necessarily a case of being over-positive, it’s just watching a football team.

We’ve had a lot of ups and downs over the years, so it’s not like we haven’t experienced shit times before and things have obviously been much worse than they are now. That’s not burying your head in the sand, that’s just a different perspective on how fans see things.

That's all fair enough.

However, I think taking an interest in our financial woes is probably more important than how we do in any individual match.

It's all about perspective.

I'm far less emotionally involved in games nowadays. I put that down to age and the very point you make - we've seen so many highs and lows that momentary league positions are just meh.

The big picture of how we will be penalised whatever happens over the next few weeks may well be far more significant for the next ten years than how many points we get.
 
Blown a 14 point lead and we’re due to get a points deduction next season no matter which division we’re in, because we’re ran by a bunch of ****s.

But let’s all be positive so that you’re not peeved.
Still second in the league, could be top this afternoon, 5 points clear of third. Might get a points deduction next season but we could still very well get enough points to stay up. These same '****s' that brought us the best decade in the club's entire history may well have us back in the PL within a season.

But let's all be miserable little bitches so that you're not annoyed by anything that doesn't fit your ****ing depressing narrative.
 
However, I think taking an interest in our financial woes is probably more important than how we do in any individual match.
Yeah. That's what football is all about. Tens of thousands of people coming together on a Saturday to worry about club finances. I don't even celebrate goals anymore for fear that our accountant has forgotten to carry the one.
 
Still second in the league, could be top this afternoon, 5 points clear of third. Might get a points deduction next season but we could still very well get enough points to stay up. These same '****s' that brought us the best decade in the club's entire history may well have us back in the PL within a season.

But let's all be miserable little bitches so that you're not annoyed by anything that doesn't fit your ****ing depressing narrative.
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Bristol City have lost their last three league games against Leicester City, failing to score in each match while conceding seven times.


This is the first time Leicester will travel to Bristol City for a league match since January 2013 – the Foxes won 4-0 with Chris Wood netting a hat-trick that day.


Bristol City have only lost one of their last eight league games on Good Friday (W4 D3), losing 2-0 to Stoke in 2021, the first of three consecutive Good Friday games against the Potters between 2021 and 2023.


This is Leicester City’s first league game on Good Friday since 2013, when they lost 1-0 to Millwall. The Foxes haven’t won on Good Friday since 1973, when they beat Crystal Palace.


Leicester have played 45 previous league games on Good Friday and 42 of them have been away from home (93%) – their first was at home in 1896 and then between 1897 and 1973 they played 40 consecutive league games on Good Friday away from home.
 
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