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    Exeter Winning

    2-0 looks like Neil Pickup will be dreaming of a Trip to man United

    well done Exeter hope they continue it

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    When are the third round games? If it is a good draw hope i'm in exeter to see it!
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    Have you supported city for a long time neil and it's just coincidence that you came to uni here?? If that goal is as good as you say i will look forward to watching it tonight! Didn't manage to make the game, prior arrangements, though i could hear the roars from my house so it sounded postive!


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    I never really followed a side properly (as in going to games, etc, etc) before I started Uni. I went along to a couple of City games in the first few weeks of term last year and for some inexplicable reason I got hooked. I don't know why and I have wondered how much money I've wasted watching 90 minutes of rubbish, but today made everything worthwhile.

    The goal *may* have actually been intended to be a cross, but top corner is top corner and nothing else really matters

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    The trip to Ice Station Zebra is still on then...
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris.hinton
    2-0 looks like Neil Pickup will be dreaming of a Trip to man United

    well done Exeter hope they continue it
    Last time something like this happened, a trip to Liverpool was the result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    I never really followed a side properly (as in going to games, etc, etc) before I started Uni. I went along to a couple of City games in the first few weeks of term last year and for some inexplicable reason I got hooked. I don't know why and I have wondered how much money I've wasted watching 90 minutes of rubbish, but today made everything worthwhile.

    The goal *may* have actually been intended to be a cross, but top corner is top corner and nothing else really matters
    Fair enough. I never really got into ex because in my first year my best mate was a cambridge die hard in the old 3rd div which pretty much made me support them as my second team. And after seeing cambridge beat ex 2-1(me in the away stand - if you can call it a stand) where two ex players were sent off, there was no real affinity. I hated steve flack for a start, though have come to see he is a bit of a legend really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard
    Last time something like this happened, a trip to Liverpool was the result.
    Charlton is not in Liverpool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    The goal *may* have actually been intended to be a cross, but top corner is top corner and nothing else really matters
    It is then when your team mates come to celebrate with you, you say "I was meant to do that all along".
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    Quote Originally Posted by twctopcat
    Fair enough. I never really got into ex because in my first year my best mate was a cambridge die hard in the old 3rd div which pretty much made me support them as my second team. And after seeing cambridge beat ex 2-1(me in the away stand - if you can call it a stand) where two ex players were sent off, there was no real affinity. I hated steve flack for a start, though have come to see he is a bit of a legend really.
    Good man! Stick the the mighty (Ha!) U's*. They need all the support they can get at the moment!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris.hinton
    2-0 looks like Neil Pickup will be dreaming of a Trip to man United

    well done Exeter hope they continue it
    No longer a dream but an incredible reality

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
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