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13 minutes ago, JoeP said:

It's far from all rainbows and sunshine, but blimey it's the most entertaining it's been for a good while...

 

Turn a few of those home games into wins and be stronger in midfield and defence we'd be promotion contenders.

 

16 minutes ago, deyres42 said:

Much rather we be tighter at the back and lose that 1-0.

 

😄 merry Christmas eyrsie never change.

 

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I rarely post a full report but, that game deserves some recognition. Well, that was a tenner well spent. We are such an enigma as a team; can't produce the goods at home, but love playing away. We ar

Perhaps the owner has a few quid?🤷‍♂️   If Corney was still the owner we’d be in admin now. No question.    I do think any owner, not just ours, that keeps any club solvent through all o

Which has raised almost £2,000 for charity and he has not made a penny out of it. 

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One more thing before I log off for the family Zoom quiz

 

What's utterly bizarre about this season is that we seem to be able to do the most difficult thing in football which is to go away from home to the teams at the top of the division and win and win well. Yet the stuff we can't do winning at home against dross, and all the off the pitch shit seems relatively easy in comparison to fix.....

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8 minutes ago, PlayItLivo said:

Fantastic win, and not unexpected. Home form needs addressing in the second half of the season.

 

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If one stat sums us up this season, it's that we're top of the away form table, despite having conceded the joint most goals away from home!

 

Keep up the entertainment lads!

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20 minutes ago, League one forever said:

For years and years you just knew it was game over when we conceded. 
 

Not with this team. We’re always in the game, and it’s so refreshing. 


I don’t even bother now when we go behind in first half. Know we have enough to score 2 or 3 a game quite easy. 

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Great entertainment on here during lockdown. Shambolic in defence, hopeless in midfield and miss-kicks in front of goal. Only 1 team has scored more goals than us and only 5 teams have won more games than us. And somehow during the pandemic and zero attendances, wages and HMRC, seemingly, continue to be paid. 
Covid isolation is effecting our logic. 
 

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5 minutes ago, mikeroyboy said:

Great entertainment on here during lockdown. Shambolic in defence, hopeless in midfield and miss-kicks in front of goal. Only 1 team has scored more goals than us and only 5 teams have won more games than us. And somehow during the pandemic and zero attendances, wages and HMRC, seemingly, continue to be paid. 
Covid isolation is effecting our logic. 
 


Perhaps the owner has a few quid?🤷‍♂️
 

If Corney was still the owner we’d be in admin now. No question. 
 

I do think any owner, not just ours, that keeps any club solvent through all of this deserves huge praise.
 

Sorry if that offends some here.  

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2 minutes ago, kowenicki said:


Perhaps the owner has a few quid?🤷‍♂️
 

If Corney was still the owner we’d be in admin now. No question. 
 

I do think any owner, not just ours, that keeps any club solvent through all of this deserves huge praise.
 

Sorry if that offends some here.  

Why would that offend? 

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This shows we are very capable of doing something this season. 
 

 

Table

  GP Pts Home Away h2h
1 Newport 19 37 23 Jan 2 - 4 compare
2 Forest Green 19 36 8 May 2 Jan compare
3 Carlisle Utd 19 35 1 - 1 27 Feb compare
4 Cheltenham 19 33 2 - 1 26 Jan compare
5 Morecambe 19 31 2 - 3 17 Apr compare
6 Exeter City 18 30 13 Feb 1 - 2 compare
7 Salford City 18 30 30 Jan 2 - 0 compare
8 Walsall 19 30 2 - 3 16 Jan compare
9 Cambridge Utd 18 28 13 Mar 1 - 2 compare
10 Colchester Utd 19 28 10 Apr 3 - 3 compare
11 Crawley Town 19 27 2 - 3 5 Apr compare
12 Leyton Orient 19 27 0 - 1 27 Mar compare
13 Tranmere 18 27 0 - 1 20 Feb compare
14 Oldham 19 26  
15 Bolton 19 25 2 Mar 1 - 2 compare
16 Port Vale 19 24 1 - 2 9 Mar compare
17 Harrogate 19 22 26 Dec 20 Apr compare
18 Scunthorpe 18 20 0 - 2 6 Feb compare
19 Grimsby 18 19 24 Apr 29 Dec compare
20 Mansfield 19 17 13 Jan 1 May compare
21 Bradford 18 17 3 - 1 20 Mar compare
22 Barrow 19 16 23 Feb 3 - 4 compare
23 Stevenage 17 13 2 Apr 3 - 0 compare
24 Southend Utd 18 13 6 Mar 1 - 2 compare

 

 

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12 minutes ago, mikeroyboy said:

Great entertainment on here during lockdown. Shambolic in defence, hopeless in midfield and miss-kicks in front of goal. Only 1 team has scored more goals than us and only 5 teams have won more games than us. And somehow during the pandemic and zero attendances, wages and HMRC, seemingly, continue to be paid. 
Covid isolation is effecting our logic. 
 

 

3 minutes ago, kowenicki said:


Perhaps the owner has a few quid?🤷‍♂️
 

If Corney was still the owner we’d be in admin now. No question. 
 

I do think any owner, not just ours, that keeps any club solvent through all of this deserves huge praise.
 

Sorry if that offends some here.  

Aye. 
 

No bad press. No late wages. (In a time of crisis) Entertaining football. 
 

Looks like we may be slowly slowly turning a corner. 

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1 hour ago, Ritchierich said:

Pathetic that second goal, 3 defenders and none of them could be arsed to stand anywhere near the lone striker, if my pub team let in a goal like that we would be seriously bollocked by our team mates and our keeper

 

How can these clowns be professional footballers? Pidge is enthusiastic but can't organise, Clarke is going to be a good player but needs someone decent alongside him and as for Borthwick-Jackson?! He only seems to be half arsed about everything he does, his only attribute as a defender is that he isn't Tom Hamer 

 

And as for midfield.... Yes, we should get one

 

Such a shame that when we finally have a really decent strike force we've ended up with no defense and a bang average manager

mmm, my half time post now looks a little embarrassing! Had just heard what was happening for Christmas down here so I am pleading not guilty on the grounds of temporary insanity 

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3 minutes ago, League one forever said:

 

Aye. 
 

No bad press. No late wages. (In a time of crisis) Entertaining football. 
 

Looks like we may be slowly slowly turning a corner. 


unless it’s just that HMRC have a back log?

 

joke - I don’t like the leadership but they seem to have done ok thus far this season in terms of minimal shit storms - dog gate aside

 

and we are playing ok - raise a glass to Al and Mo (Barry can still get fucked)

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27 minutes ago, kowenicki said:


Perhaps the owner has a few quid?🤷‍♂️
 

If Corney was still the owner we’d be in admin now. No question. 
 

I do think any owner, not just ours, that keeps any club solvent through all of this deserves huge praise.
 

Sorry if that offends some here.  

FSA still class us as a club in crisis, with other clubs now I hasten to say in a current covid world. 

 

However, they also say that it seems we are paying the bills and wages (touch wood).

 

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1 minute ago, Chaddyexile84 said:


unless it’s just that HMRC have a back log?

 

joke - I don’t like the leadership but they seem to have done ok thus far this season in terms of minimal shit storms - dog gate aside

 

and we are playing ok - raise a glass to Al and Mo (Barry can still get fucked)

😂

 

Yep, that’s where I am. You don’t have to like them to acknowledge some improvements. 

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6 minutes ago, underdog said:

FSA still class us as a club in crisis, with other clubs now I hasten to say in a current covid world. 

 

However, they also say that it seems we are paying the bills and wages (touch wood).

 

So, maybe it is a case of better the devil you know.,,,hmmm


ALL clubs are in crisis.  With respect, what the hell do the FSA know of our owners personal finances? I’d hazard a guess at zero. 
 

 

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1 hour ago, penrhyn said:

where are the negative T@@@s again now.  

 

1 hour ago, steveecky said:

Perhaps the key for us fans is not to be too negative when we are struggling in games and enjoy the good things more. 

 

To answer the first question just read the early posts in this thread.

 

See the second post for a sound suggestion 😀

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48 minutes ago, kowenicki said:


Perhaps the owner has a few quid?🤷‍♂️
 

If Corney was still the owner we’d be in admin now. No question. 
 

I do think any owner, not just ours, that keeps any club solvent through all of this deserves huge praise.
 

Sorry if that offends some here.  

 

42 minutes ago, League one forever said:

 

Aye. 
 

No bad press. No late wages. (In a time of crisis) Entertaining football. 
 

Looks like we may be slowly slowly turning a corner. 

 

33 minutes ago, League one forever said:

😂

 

Yep, that’s where I am. You don’t have to like them to acknowledge some improvements. 

Is it just me but are the signings that are clearly linked to MO, e.g. Bahamboula better this year. 

 

Maybe, just maybe they have figured out where he/they were going wrong. 

 

The team spirit seems good too, I don't think it's as cliquey as it was in recent years, and our many away wins will very likely help. 

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5 minutes ago, rudemedic said:

 

 

Is it just me but are the signings that are clearly linked to MO, e.g. Bahamboula better this year. 

 

Maybe, just maybe they have figured out where he/they were going wrong. 

 

The team spirit seems good too, I don't think it's as cliquey as it was in recent years, and our many away wins will very likely help. 


Something has definitely changed for the better on recruitment. 

 

As for the squad, the cliques that were VERY obvious (perhaps even encouraged) under Shez and Wellens seem to have gone. 

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