AFCW v Wycombe

thewwfc

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AFCW have nothing to play for so you should probably field a weakened team - you boys have had a hard season, why not put your feet up? You deserve it. Cheers.
 
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We've been playing a fair number of kids in the last few games. We like Ainsworth so I'm sure it wouldn't be the end of the world if we lost.
 

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We may not be able to put out a full team at this rate, we had 4 players crocked last night - expect to see bandaged walking wounded on crutches.

Hope none of our lot act like t1ts if we win as you can expect a fair few WW in the home end.
 

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We will win rhis. Our home record is awesome currently. Last 10 is about 6 wins 3 draws and one loss. Roughly like that anyhow.
 

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Nope, we are great at home at the moment. Will take a decent effort to beat us. Away we are a pile of poo.
 

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I am simply talking about points return. So great for me. If we played lovely football and looked great but lost would that count?
 

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Nowt to do with the quality of football (it's L2 FFS). If we were great at home, we'd have beaten Northampton and Oxford.

Anyway, I'm nitpicking - I'd be happy with another draw.
 

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Ainsworth has said we've got so many injuries he may have to name himself as a sub at the age of 41. What will the odds be to come on and score the winner i wonder?
 

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It won't happen as i understand another defender should be fit for this. We've only let in 3 in 2 games this season a 3-1 defeat to Burton and a 3-2 defeat to Oxford.
 

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Surprised how poor Wycombe were today. We should have won, had all all of the few chances that were created.

Not the best game, ruined to an extent by a poor ref and some ludicrous playacting from the opposition.
Hardly surprising with so many players missing and 3 others playing in unfamiliar positions what did you expect free flowing football like we see from your side every week? :fl: We're fighting for automatic promotion so every point is vital, it's a lot easier to play pretty football when you have nothing to play for i suppose. :whistle:
 

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We were poor for sure. I think Akinfenwa's reaction to all the delays was the funniest, even going so far as to offer to do Mawson's boots up for him when the latter's footwear mysteriously fell off.
 

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