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Post  fitz on 2019-04-27, 7:49 pm

certainly a feisty game - very frustrating not to get the win at the end even though ultimately I don't think it would have made any difference - playoff bound we are

I hope that they catch and charge the away fan that threw that smoke bomb, that sort of behaviour needs to be stamped on

the only funny bit for me was when my youngest son (who doesn't really follow football but came with me) said:

"so...do they play football for a job?"

"yes they do"

"oh" 

bring on the playoffs - just hope we get a win next to go into it with some form - we have won just 1 of our last 5 games and Portsmouth and Charlton have had much better form recently
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Post  fitz on 2019-04-27, 7:51 pm

just noticed how tight it is at the bottom - looks like the final 2 relegation spots could be filled by 5 teams - Wimbledon, Southend, Walsall, Plymouth and Scunthorpe all at risk.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-04-27, 8:18 pm

fitz wrote:certainly a feisty game - very frustrating not to get the win at the end even though ultimately I don't think it would have made any difference - playoff bound we are

I hope that they catch and charge the away fan that threw that smoke bomb, that sort of behaviour needs to be stamped on

the only funny bit for me was when my youngest son (who doesn't really follow football but came with me) said:

"so...do they play football for a job?"

"yes they do"

"oh" 

bring on the playoffs - just hope we get a win next to go into it with some form - we have won just 1 of our last 5 games and Portsmouth and Charlton have had much better form recently
He is in police custody and I understand he was pointed out by Portsmouth fans

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Post  fitz on 2019-04-27, 8:24 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
fitz wrote:certainly a feisty game - very frustrating not to get the win at the end even though ultimately I don't think it would have made any difference - playoff bound we are

I hope that they catch and charge the away fan that threw that smoke bomb, that sort of behaviour needs to be stamped on

the only funny bit for me was when my youngest son (who doesn't really follow football but came with me) said:

"so...do they play football for a job?"

"yes they do"

"oh" 

bring on the playoffs - just hope we get a win next to go into it with some form - we have won just 1 of our last 5 games and Portsmouth and Charlton have had much better form recently
He is in police custody and I understand he was pointed out by Portsmouth fans

good for them.
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Post  Sid MCFC on 2019-04-28, 1:15 am

fitz wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
fitz wrote:certainly a feisty game - very frustrating not to get the win at the end even though ultimately I don't think it would have made any difference - playoff bound we are

I hope that they catch and charge the away fan that threw that smoke bomb, that sort of behaviour needs to be stamped on

the only funny bit for me was when my youngest son (who doesn't really follow football but came with me) said:

"so...do they play football for a job?"

"yes they do"

"oh" 

bring on the playoffs - just hope we get a win next to go into it with some form - we have won just 1 of our last 5 games and Portsmouth and Charlton have had much better form recently
He is in police custody and I understand he was pointed out by Portsmouth fans

good for them.
I’ll second that.  I’d love see those days have gone. Sadly they haven’t.  

There are more than us then those dickheads though.
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Post  barrowmackem on 2019-04-28, 2:00 am

Sounds like performance wise the lads did everything they could to win this game and played well. Very optimistic we can still achieve our goal. KTF

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