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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Looked better last Saturday and obviously three points on Tuesday, still a lot of pessimism about though, the management team will have to do a lot to undo the bad feeling towards them.
    LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    LOL.

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    Indeed, can we play in this comp every week

    Decent win, still looked shaky in defence, a wonderful comedy goal to concede, look out for it on blooper-tapes. Yet we showed our old fluency going forward, and some nice passing moves (which elicited screams of "get it in the mixer" from the neanderthals around me) and looked very threatening with plenty of options in the forward third.

    BTW, finding a lot of inappropriate reactions to scoring a goal against us this season. The Milton Keynes forward who did a pathetically over-the-top celebration at our end was poor (but being an ex-green-slimer he probably doesn't know any better). Today the Monkey-hangers bloke was going seriously mental taunting our fans, must have been brought up in a Borstal or summat.

    I just don't get this TBH, you often get booked, and you just get the crowd really up for it, rather then berating their own side they're screaming support. Really, really stupid. Ho-hum.
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    I'd detail the celebrations against us but I fear that the length of the post would cause the CW server to crash.

    Barnes Out/

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    Code:
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    1. Exeter       2 2 0 0 5 2 6  
    2. Hartlepool   3 1 1 1 4 3 4
    3. Brentford 	2 0 2 0 1 1 2
    4. Oldham       2 0 1 1 1 4 1  
    5. Tranmere     1 0 0 1 1 2 0
    So with two of our teams fighting out, a no doubt, purists delight of a draw, the glorious Grecians hold on to the lead for now.

    In the real table Oldham look the closest to play-off-bothering. BTW SKD, according to British Rail your town doesn't exist


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    Ah, my doctrine has started to work

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    Code:
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    1. Exeter       2 2 0 0 5 2 6  
    2. Hartlepool   3 1 1 1 4 3 4
    3. Brentford     2 0 2 0 1 1 2
    4. Oldham       2 0 1 1 1 4 1  
    5. Tranmere     1 0 0 1 1 2 0
    So with two of our teams fighting out, a no doubt, purists delight of a draw, the glorious Grecians hold on to the lead for now.

    In the real table Oldham look the closest to play-off-bothering. BTW SKD, according to British Rail your town doesn't exist
    the trainline just closed down last weekend for conversion to metrolink(which is a waste of money imo and is going to mean no rail for about 4 year ffs). The only option is a bus from manchester/car
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    Quote Originally Posted by superkingdave View Post
    the trainline just closed down last weekend for conversion to metrolink(which is a waste of money imo and is going to mean no rail for about 4 year ffs). The only option is a bus from manchester/car
    That would it explain it, I guess. Seems too much trouble TBH.

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    Does that make Oldham the biggest club with no rail station?
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    Code:
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    1. Hartlepool   4 2 1 1 5 3 7
    2. Exeter       2 2 0 0 5 2 6
    3. Brentford 	2 0 2 0 1 1 2
    4. Oldham       2 0 1 1 1 4 1  
    5. Tranmere     2 0 0 2 1 3 0
    Ah yeah, good point I may have forgot about this stellar match. Chalky's lot moves to the top of the league. The way City are playing we ain't going to remain near the top anyway

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    We wern't very good to be honest Tranmere at least deserved a point.

    Tranmere played some good football but had nothing up front desperately needed a cutting edge - was really impressed with Ian Goodison a the back never lost a challenge all day.

    Anyway 2 wins in a row & we are only 3 points off ther play offs from looking over our shoulder at relegation scrap shows how tight the division is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalky View Post
    We wern't very good to be honest Tranmere at least deserved a point.

    Tranmere played some good football but had nothing up front desperately needed a cutting edge - was really impressed with Ian Goodison a the back never lost a challenge all day.

    Anyway 2 wins in a row & we are only 3 points off ther play offs from looking over our shoulder at relegation scrap shows how tight the division is.
    Yeah, a few lads who went said we were decent. Goodison is a class act - wasn't himself under Barnes, and it's probably because the two of them don't like each other at all. He's getting on and not as quick as he was - giving him a two year contract was a strange one given that he's 35 - but there are very few better defenders in the division when he has a good day. Shame the rest of the defence isn't up to much, though our new left-back looks good, and Broomes seems to be getting there, though I heard he was pretty slow yesterday.

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    With about ten minutes to go Exeter were trouncing Brentford so grecian's boys go top by my calculations

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    can we play in this comp every week
    Would like to reiterate this, our only three home wins of the season, and the only three times we've scored more then one in any game.

    Would be happy staying up this year and to have a bit of a FA Cup run, or at least not get humiliated in it. Nuneaton may have other ideas though.

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