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Bristol City 0 - Sheffield United 0

Ashton Gate

Tuesday 28th October 7:45pm

Attendance: 16777

Bristol City 0 Sheffield United 0

A second goalless draw in a row for Bristol City but this one was far from dull. Chances at either end were thwarted by the magnificence of Paddy Kenny and Adriano Basso respectively. one man attempted to steal the show and that was former Premier League 'referee' Rob Styles. Apalling, and as my 12 year old son pointed out, the loudest the crowd got was when all four sides of the ground joined in with a chorus of 'You don't know what you're doing'. On the positive side was another man of the match winning performance from Gavin Wiliams, Gary Johnson for once switching his son to the right wing. That is four games without conceding a goal for Bristol City.

Star Player

Gavin Williams - ran the centre of midfield particularly in the second half.




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Writer: CiderJar Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 1 2008

Time: 12:45PM

Your Comments

too many draws.......and likely to be another today as well
lincolnblue
I wish that were true, lincolblue, I wish that were true.
CiderJar
wasnt a dull game... good luck.
ArabianKnight
just as you get a good away point you blow the chance of 3 points at home yet again.
bluemooner_mcfc
 

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