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Post  Safcy on 2020-02-22, 4:46 pm

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Post  Hieronymus on 2020-02-22, 5:01 pm

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First three goals on here
Hah that was hopeful that there would be more than three! Nice chatting today - speak again on Tuesday if anyone is around
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Post  trouble_n_stripes on 2020-02-22, 5:12 pm

Fleetwood becomes a massive game come Tuesday a win is much needed, though a draw will not be a disappointment.....but I'm greedy and would take a win. like

For some unknown reason I had us down as away? Definitely losing it!!
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Post  gil t azell on 2020-02-22, 6:34 pm

trouble_n_stripes wrote:Fleetwood becomes a massive game come Tuesday a win is much needed, though a draw will not be a disappointment.....but I'm greedy and would take a win. like

For some unknown reason I had us down as away? Definitely losing it!!

Would love a win Tuesday to take a bit pressure off next Sunday but would honestly take 2 x draws now.
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Post  Guest on 2020-02-22, 7:36 pm

Just got home from the match - I really was not dressed for the weather and was absolutely freezing

A really good result - I thought Willis, Ozturk, Gooch (though he needs to learn when to button it he was lucky not to get booked) and Wyke were the pick of the team 

refereeing was not good, he really seemed to lose control of the match early on and never got it back
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Post  trouble_n_stripes on 2020-02-22, 8:23 pm

fitz wrote:Just got home from the match - I really was not dressed for the weather and was absolutely freezing

A really good result - I thought Willis, Ozturk, Gooch (though he needs to learn when to button it he was lucky not to get booked) and Wyke were the pick of the team 

refereeing was not good, he really seemed to lose control of the match early on and never got it back
Sounds like you were in your birthday suit?

From the pics I saw the ref looked a right plonker!! When the pen was turned down Gooch is given him a right earful. What is it with refs at the SoL?
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Post  Guest on 2020-02-22, 8:54 pm

trouble_n_stripes wrote:
fitz wrote:Just got home from the match - I really was not dressed for the weather and was absolutely freezing

A really good result - I thought Willis, Ozturk, Gooch (though he needs to learn when to button it he was lucky not to get booked) and Wyke were the pick of the team 

refereeing was not good, he really seemed to lose control of the match early on and never got it back
Sounds like you were in your birthday suit?

you saw me then? not sure what I was thinking Smile
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Post  trouble_n_stripes on 2020-02-22, 9:10 pm

fitz wrote:
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fitz wrote:Just got home from the match - I really was not dressed for the weather and was absolutely freezing

A really good result - I thought Willis, Ozturk, Gooch (though he needs to learn when to button it he was lucky not to get booked) and Wyke were the pick of the team 

refereeing was not good, he really seemed to lose control of the match early on and never got it back
Sounds like you were in your birthday suit?

you saw me then? not sure what I was thinking Smile
Yeah I use Google Earth. Shocked Shocked
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Post  Kipper on 2020-02-23, 12:16 am

Grrrrr. Unexpectedly drove 400 miles today to sort a family crisis that can 't be sorted and missed the match. When I got the result on the radio it was bloody marvellous after a shit day. I said I would be happy if we won all our home games 3-0 and our away games 1-0. Well the lads are keeping me happy just now.
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Post  Guest on 2020-02-23, 5:26 pm

trouble_n_stripes wrote:
fitz wrote:
trouble_n_stripes wrote:
fitz wrote:Just got home from the match - I really was not dressed for the weather and was absolutely freezing

A really good result - I thought Willis, Ozturk, Gooch (though he needs to learn when to button it he was lucky not to get booked) and Wyke were the pick of the team 

refereeing was not good, he really seemed to lose control of the match early on and never got it back
Sounds like you were in your birthday suit?

you saw me then? not sure what I was thinking Smile
Yeah I use Google Earth. Shocked Shocked

can I just say in my defence - it was very very cold out there. very cold
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Post  Hieronymus on 2020-02-24, 11:07 am

Kipper wrote:Grrrrr. Unexpectedly drove 400 miles today to sort a family crisis that can 't be sorted and missed the match. When I got the result on the radio it was bloody marvellous after a shit day. I said I would be happy if we won all our home games 3-0 and our away games 1-0. Well the lads are keeping me happy just now.
Hope your family stuff all gets as sorted as possible Smile

It was a good win in the end but first half was a bit rubbish - not helped by poor refereeing. But after the sending off and the first goal there was only going to be one winner and the lads did us proud. I didn't even have to chew one fingernail!! Very Happy
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