Sunday, 11 November 2012

Bristol's sporting malaise

Quite an interesting article on this subject: Bristol

Should Charlton win today, they will move ahead of Leeds United and Birmingham City. To get past Bolton they need to win by a two goal margin. Bristol City are in the middle of their worst run since 2005 when they lost ten games in succession.

It's going to be an odd day for Ben Hamer as he was a season ticket holder at Ashton Gate for four to five years and all his family still support them.

The Football League Paper predicts the following line up: Hamer; Seaborne; Morrison; Cort; Solly; Karkar; Jackson; Stephens; Pritchard; Haynes; Hulse. How much confidence one should have in their predictions is open to question as they name Albert Adomah as the Charlton danger man.

Four Four Two said of Adomah at the beginning of the season, 'the £3m-rated winger was playing for Harrow Borough four years ago. An impressive spell at Barnet saw him join City for £150,000 in 2010, where his trickery has made him a favourite. His fine wing play was one of the few highlights last term.'

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